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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

Zip Codes associated with concord, new hampshire:
Towns/Cities near concord, new hampshire : Penacock Contoocook Loudon Suncook

Concord News
Fraud-free elections, free speech, key to democracy

In this Nov. 19, 2016 file photo, then-President-elect Donald Trump walks then-Labor Secretary-designate Andrew Puzder from Trump National Golf Club Bedminster clubhouse in Bedminster, N.J. Every recent president has had a doomed Cabinet nomination or two, and Trump is no exception. On Feb. 15, Trump's choice for labor secretary, Puzder, withdrew his name after Republicans expressed concern over his failure to pay taxes promptly on a former housekeeper who wasn't authorized to work in the U.S. CONCORD, N.H. - A survey of U.S. political science faculty a month into Donald Trump's presidency shows that fraud-free elections tops a list of 19 principles most essential to democracy, as do free speech and a free press.

Concord crier for Feb. 26

Today is your last chance to see Ray of Light by G. Matthew Gaskell at the Hatbox Theatre at the Steeplegate Mall. The performance is at 2 p.m. For more information or tickets, visit

Municipalities close some roads to heavier traffic NEW

Henniker Road Agent Tom Weston said certain roads usually get closed to heavier traffic during the spring thaw, when the frost that has permeated the gravel underneath the roads during the winter begins to melt. That can cause the underlying structure to shift and become damaged, especially when heavier vehicles pass through.

Hassan, Shaheen take questions on court nominee, Trump

Dwight Haynes asks a question during a public town hall meeting with Democrat U.S. Sens. Maggie Hassan and Jeanne Shaheen, Friday, Feb. 24, 2017, in Concord, N.H. Haynes, of Concord, asked how ordinary citizens could help the senators "do what's right."

Clinton office hostage taker pleads guilty to bank robbery

No one was hurt. Eisenberg was released on probation in 2009, but served prison time again for probation violations before he was paroled in June.

Duckler: Carney returns to the scene of the crime, and no one seems to mind NEW

Attorney J.W. Carney testifies during the last day of an evidentiary hearing on whether his former client, Owen Labrie will be granted a retrial at Merrimack County Superior Court in Concord, N.H., on Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017. Labrie, a prep school graduate convicted of using a computer to lure an underage girl for sex returned to court this week for a hearing on whether his lawyers damaged his case.

Bow considering later start times for older students NEW

Thomas Albushies, a Concord pediatrician, wants parents and school officials to start thinking about later start times at Bow High School. Albushies, a Bow resident who was involved in bringing all-day kindergarten to town, said he brought the idea to the Bow school board earlier this month after speaking to "hundreds of parents" about the subject through his profession and has heard favorable responses.

PHOTOS: Concord restaurants back in business NEW

Eleyna Vos, 3, takes a big bite out of her burger at Arnie's Place on Thursday. The local establishment opened for the season, and with temps in the 60s and the sun shining, customers took advantage of the outdoor picnic tables.

Letter: Anti-Trump bullies

On Monday, Presidents Day, here in Concord at the State House, I, a 70-plus-year-old woman, took my daily walk, which happened to go past about three-dozen anti-Trump protesters carrying signs and chanting their dislike for President Trump and our country in general. Going on by, I quietly said that "we need to support our new president."

Lawyer says she failed prep school grad at sex assault trial

Owen Labrie, 21, is seen during an evidentiary hearing on whether he will be granted a retrial at Merrimack County Superior Court in Concord, N.H., Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017. Labrie, a prep school graduate convicted of using a computer to lure an underage girl for sex returned to court Tuesday for a hearing on whether his lawyers damaged his case.

N.H. Fugitive of Week is sex offender

A registered sex offender who is wanted on a parole violation is this week's New Hampshire Fugitive of the Week, according to a press release from the U.S. Marshals in Concord. Jerry S. Roberts, Jr., 33, is wanted on a parole violation on the original charge of aggravated felonious sexual assault.

What is braising? We'll give you some recipes to try it.

This Oct. 6, 2014 photo shows red wine braised slow cooker short ribs in Concord, N.H. There is not a way to brown meat or vegetables within the moist confines of a slow cooker, which means that those ingredients will require some time in the skillet beforehand. Praise the braise, the method of cooking meat in a wet environment .

Bill adds gender identity to anti-discrimination protections

Chloe LaCasse, right, listens during a public hearing on a bill that would bar discrimination based on gender identity, Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, in Concord, N.H. Morris, a stay-at-home father, came out as transgender four years ago. LaCasse, 45, came out as a transgender woman last summer.

County to buy land in Concord for new superior court parking NEW

Merrimack County plans to add parking near the superior court in Concord by purchasing two plots of land on Pitman Street and Chapel Street. The move would help the county provide enough parking for the aging superior court while its $15.7 million replacement is built on land that currently makes up the majority of the court's parking.

Owen Labrie attorney recounts defense team tactics as - terrifying' NEW

Concord, New Hampshire-February 21, 2017-Owen Labrie's attorney Robin Malone shows attorney Jaye Rancourt an email duringthe first day of the Evidentiary Hearing for the State of New Hampshire v. Owen Labrie at the Merrimack County Courthouse Wednesday morning.

Timber! Rollins Park pine trees to be removed this week NEW

Aerial photo shows location of red pine grove in Rollins Park in Concord that is infected with red pine scale and will be cut down. The white pine grove is not infected, but it could be jeopardized by the red pines' removal and its more valuable timber will be harvested to offset the cost of the operation.

Mark Hayward's City Matters: Road patch conflict continues

Thanks to the success of some local hockey teams - the River Drivers and the Mountaineers - the City That Trees Built is increasingly becoming better known under its alternative moniker:... Memo to job-seekers: You've probably got more of a chance walking dogs for a living than teaching kids in the coming decade's labor market.

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