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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
Tom Rush comes home NEW

Rush, 76, was born in Portsmouth and grew up in Concord before heading off to Boston and helping spur the folk-rock revival of the 1960s. He's recorded dozens of songs since then, which he plans to share at the new Tupelo Music Hall, which recently expanded to a larger location in Derry.

Concord native appears in Broadway's - Come from Away' NEW

Geno Carr found his way to Broadway through his role of Oz in the La Jolla Playhouse's musical "Come From Away" in 2015. The cast of "Come From Away" includes Concord native Geno Carr as Oz, a police officer in Gander, Newfoundland.

Thanks for a fun - Mickey Luau'

The New England College Event Management Class would like to thank the contributors who helped make our event, "Mickey's Birthday Luau at the Y," a success. This event was held for foster and adoptive children of the Division of Children, Youth and Families and refugee children from the Ascentria Care Alliance.

Tips for getting the most flavor a " and juice a " out of lemons

This March 2, 2016 photo shows lemon raspberry pound cake muffins in Concord, N.H. This dish is from a recipe by Sara Moulton. Fresh lemon - including the juice and the peel - is one of my all-time favorite ingredients, in part because it's just so versatile.

AG pick MacDonald pledges full focus on opioid crisis

Manchester attorney Gordon MacDonald speaks during a public hearing in the executive council chambers Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at the New Hampshire Statehouse in Concord, N.H. MacDonald is Republican Gov. Chris Sununu's nominee to be the state's next attorney general.

Advocating for the health of everybody

New Futures, a state-wide health policy and advocacy organization based in Concord, will expand its advocacy focus from substance use disorder issues to general health and early childhood policy by partnering with other organizations. New Futures will partner with Civix Strategy Group to bring forward targeted campaigns around specific issue areas.

Petition would seek reduced sentence for Pamela Smart

In a Monday, March 18, 1991 file photo, Pamela Smart answers questions from the defense in her murder conspiracy trial in Rockingham County Superior Court in Exeter, N.H. Advocates for Pamela Smart, who's serving a life sentence for plotting with her teenage lover to kill her husband, say they are planning to file a petition seeking a reduced sentence.

Letter: Invest in Concord kids

This comes as the city of Concord is exploring ways to promote our community as a great place to live and do business - and a lack of full-day kindergarten does not help to attract new employers or people to Concord. This shortsighted decision also comes as increasing scientific evidence continues to show that early childhood education is crucial to brain development.

Science on a Sphere gets new home at Buttonwood Park Zoo

A few kids walking through the Wildlife Education Center peeked through the narrow window on the door, catching a glimpse of the illuminated Science on a Sphere in the dark classroom. Unfortunately, they have to wait to see it up close until the public unveiling and open house on April 13 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.  Thanks to a permanent loan from UMass Dartmouth and fundraising efforts, the Science on a Sphere which used to be at the Ocean Explorium downtown has been installed at the Buttonwood Park Zoo.

Presidential Oaks celebrates St. Patrick's Day with music

Local musicians Liz and Dan Faiella of Concord returned to Presidential Oaks Retirement Living in Concord for the second year to perform a host of Irish jigs, reels and traditional Celtic hymns as guests dined.

A super SouperFest

A huge thank you to the caring, compassionate, generous and fun-loving community of Concord! Over 800 people turned out for SouperFest the night of March 18, plus over 170 volunteers, supporting the work of the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness. The $45,000 raised, through donations at the door and significant sponsorships by many area businesses and faith communities, go towards keeping the doors of our Homeless Resource Center open and continuing our work toward housing for all.

Appalachian Trail lodge manager from Concord allegedly lied about robbery to cover thefts

Gabrielle M. Andrews, 30, of Concord, N.H., was arrested Friday and charged with theft, according to a criminal complaint filed at state Superior Court in Belvide Andrews was the Mohican center's manager but is no longer employed there, according to the Appalachian Mountain Club, which operates the center.

UNH Scientists Launch Project to Assess Invasive Plants

Researchers at the University of New Hampshire are launching a project to evaluate the threat of invasive plant species to the state's forests. Non-native species like burning bush, glossy buckthorn, and multiflora rose account for about a third of all plants in the state.

Last day of classes in Concord is June 16, totaling 174 instruction days in school year NEW

With six snow days, and five delayed openings in Concord this school year, parents may have thought classes would go into late June. It turns out, the last day of school in Concord will be June 16, two days later than scheduled.

New Hampshire leads effort to view overdoses as crime scenes

In this March 4, 2016, file photo, New Hampshire Attorney General Joe Foster speaks as the House Veterans' Affairs Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations holds a hearing Friday in Concord, N.H. Foster, whose term will end March 31, 2017, launched a training program to teach police officers and prosecutors how to handle drug overdoses that is becoming a model for other states grappling with the opioid crisis.

City councilors divided over Concord condo disclosure NEW

There's wide disagreement among Concord's city councilors about whether and how Deputy City Manager Brian LeBrun's plans to buy one of the condos at Sacred Heart Church should have been made public. Some said in hindsight it should have been disclosed alongside the note that he left the meeting before a committee he's on discussed and recommended a tax break for the property.

Meet one of the originators of New Hampshire Maple Weekend NEW

Samples of maple syrup sit along the windowsill in Barbara and Don Lassonde's Warner sugar house. The couple started making maple syrup in 1972 in Concord.

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