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Concord has been home to Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tad Mosel (All the Way Home), folk and blues singer Tom Rush, and the fourteenth President Franklin Pierce. Concord was also once home to Christa McAuliffe, the teacher who died in the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster in 1986. The Christa McAuliffe Planetarium was named for her and is located in Concord. The city also has the oldest golf course in New Hampshire, the Beaver Meadow Golf Course.

Population: 40687
Local Newspapers: Concord Monitor Manchester Daily Express
Local Sports Teams: Nashua Pride (ALPBC)
Local Colleges: Franklin Pierce Law Center Hesser College

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Towns/Cities near concord, new hampshire : Penacock Contoocook Loudon Suncook

Concord News
Bill Gardner, left, and Colin Van Ostern

Former executive councilor and 2016 Democratic nominee for governor Colin Van Ostern of Concord will challenge Secretary of State Bill Gardner to become the state's top election official after the 2018 elections.

The Latest: Power outages mount across the Northeast

A resident cleans the snow off a vehicle as another winter storm continues to dump more snow throughout the area in Hazleton, Pa., Tuesday, March 13, 2018 The third major nor'easter in two weeks is starting to slam the storm-battered Northeast with more snow and high winds expected in some areas. BOSTON - The Latest on a third nor'easter in two weeks to pound the storm-weary Northeast : Power outage totals from a Northeastern storm have climbed to more than 250,000 just in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

The Latest: Travelers hard to find at Boston's Logan Airport

Much of the Northeast is bracing for blizzard conditions, a foot or more of snow and high winds as the third ... . A vehicle drives through snow on Bent Mountain Road near Snake Drive in Copper Hill, Floyd County, Va., Monday, March 12, 2018.

Letter: Keep Concord classes small

I am writing as a parent of children who attend Concord public schools to advocate that the school board not increase teacher/student ratios. Class size is one of the small number of variables in public education that is thought to influence student learning.

Erickson, McNaught are wed

Kelsey Erickson and Sean McNaught were married March 17, 2017, at the New Hampshire State House Library. Christian William officiated the double-ring ceremony.

The Latest: Commission respects ruling on lottery winner ID

In this Feb. 13, 2018, file photo, Judge Charles Temple listens to attorney Steven M. Gordon, who represents lottery winner "Jane Doe", during a hearing in the Jane Doe v. NH Lottery Commission case at Hillsborough Superior Court in Nashua, N.H. Temple ruled Monday, March 12, 2018, that the woman who won a Powerball jackpot worth nearly $560 million can keep her identity private, but not her hometown.

NH Energy Week to tout cleaner solutions

It is beyond frustrating. After years of dealing with a deadly opioid crisis, thousands of lives lost, and billions spent nationwide, people continue to inject themselves with poison.

Sunshine Week: Town and city managers make top pay NEW

In the city of Concord, with a population of about 43,000, five city employees made more than $140,000 in 2017, according to public documents. The highest-paid employee by far is City Manager Tom Aspell, who made $192,026 in 2017, making him one of the best-compensated public employees in the state.

PHOTOS: Concord winter spirit team takes home Division I crown

The Concord High School winter spirit team claimed the Division I championship on Sunday for the first time since 1996. Competing at Pinkerton Academy, the Tide finished with 104.4 points to win the title.

Sunshine Week: Concord City Salary Search 2017 NEW

Of the nearly 500 full time employees in city of Concord, 50 of them made more than $100,000 in 2017. Two thirds of the top 50 employees work for either the fire or police departments, with 19 police officers and 13 firefighters.

Downtown: Manchester group aims to fill Hope for N.H.'s Concord gap NEW

When Hope for New Hampshire Recovery announced the closure of four of its facilities, including the location on South State Street in Concord, there was still a chance that state funding could bolster the struggling organization. Earlier this week, the Executive Council voted to do just that by approving a $600,000 state contract with NH Recovery - but that infusion of cash will go to only Manchester, Berlin and Franklin locations.

PHOTOS: 4th annual New Hampshire Second Amendment Rally NEW

Advocates gathered at the State House on Saturday for the 4th annual New Hampshire Second Amendment Rally hosted by the Women's Defense League of N.H. to hear speakers concerned about gun rights here in the state and around the country. The rally came four days after the N.H. House of Representatives voted down gun control legislation brought up by Democratic leader Steve Shurtleff of Concord that would have banned most people under 21 from buying any type of firearm and banned bump stocks.

Last Week's Rare Bird Alert

Local students are advocating for a greener future by attempting to eliminate the school district's use of plastic-foam lunch trays.

Breaking down the Concord School District's $81.8M budget proposal NEW

Other than full-day kindergarten, what's in the Concord school district's proposed $81.8 million operating budget for next year? The district will cut teachers in certain grades and add some in others. With a Rundlett renovation in the not-so-distant future, it will tuck some money away.

Groups clash over NH hydropower project as Maine competitor waits in the wings

In this Aug. 15, 2015 file photograph, Bill Quinlan, President of Eversource Operations in New Hampshire, presents revised plans for the proposed Northern Pass hydroelectric project at Globe Manufacturing in Pittsfield, N.H. Massachusetts officials are demanding to know whether a hydro project that was rejected by New Hampshire regulators is still a viable option to delivering clean energy to the state by 2020. The $1.6 billion Northern Pass project was set to bring hydropower from Canada by creating a transmission line through New Hampshire for customers in southern New England.

Appeal considered in Nashua spending cap lawsuit

After squandering a 9-0 lead to start its Division I semifinal, Pinkerton made sure a 12-0 spurt out of halftime stuck on the way to downing Manchester Memorial 56-38 in a Division... CONCORD - A Manchester-based organization is making plans to resume recovery programs in the Concord space vacated last month by New Hampshire Hope for Recovery.

Editorial: Steeplegate as a space for makers NEW

We think about the Steeplegate Mall a lot, specifically about how much it has changed in the nearly three decades since it opened. It's still a nice building that should be the centerpiece of a thriving part of the city, but the empty parking lot tells a different story.

New Hampshire Senate passes Medicaid expansion bill

A pair of snowmen in Concord, New Hampshire, lobby the state Senate to pass a bill on Thursday, March 8, 2018, to reauthorize the state's expanded Medicaid program. The current program has put about 50,000 low-income residents on private insurance plans, but it will expire if lawmakers don't reauthorize it.

Letter: Don't count on the government

"This senseless violence will end when we love our children more than we love our guns." We've heard this a lot lately, from "politicians" and "talking heads" in the media.

Chessy Prout pens memoir about surviving sexual assault

'People will tear you apart': 19-year-old who was sexually assaulted at her New Hampshire prep school when she was just 15 pens a memoir to show what it's REALLY like to live as a survivor Chessy Prout was sexually assaulted at the upscale, $58,000-a-year, 162-year-old St Paul's boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire She was 15 and in her freshman year of high school when she accepted an invitation from an 18-year-old senior, Owen Labrie, in 2014 He took her to a remote room on campus and sexually assaulted her; he was convicted of misdemeanor sexual assault and child endangerment The student was also convicted using a computer to lure the girl for sex, a felony requiring him to register as a sex offender for life, and acquitted of rape At the time of the trial, Chessy testified anonymously; she later spoke out publicly and launched a campaign for sexual assault awareness Now, Chessy ... (more)

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