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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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Concord News
The Karner blue isn't the only butterfly that thinks Concord Airport is a great place to hang out

Heather Siart, a seasonal biologist for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, holds a frosted elfin she just caught in the pine barrens next to the runway at Concord Municipal Airport on Monday, May 21, 2018. This female is laying a green egg, which is just barely visible on the edge of her body closest to the camera.

Survey: Young people face - aloneness,' lack of cultural opportunities in N.H.

One-fifth of young people in New Hampshire say they don't have a friend who lives close by and 1 in 4 have no family members that are easily accessible, according to the results of a survey conducted by the nonprofit organization Stay, Work, Play. Some of the top challenges for attracting young people to live in the Granite State is a sense of aloneness, unfriendly public policy on issues important to young professionals and a perceived lack of opportunity - both professional and cultural - said Executive Director Will Stewart.

Head of prep school rocked by sex abuse cases leaving early

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Carman expected this afternoon in Concord courtroom

In a rare reversal of a local school board's decision, the State Board of Education has ruled that a high school sophomore who moved to Litchfield last fall after her father died can continue to... The Southern New Hampshire University baseball team is one win away from its first NCAA Division II World Series appearance since 2012.

Letter: Unfair mall coverage

I was inspired by Kevin Barrett's well-written letter on May 16 to also respond to Ray Duckler's negatively written article about the Steeplegate Mall . What was his goal with this article? It does not appear that it was to help the many independent, small-business owners trying to earn a living, keep local people employed, support the community and provide great service and products to those who still frequent the mall.

Repeat offenders, county attorneys' stance complicate N.H. bail reform bill NEW

A Concord woman was arrested on drug-related charges on three occasions in one month and each time released on personal recognizance, even after failing to appear in court. Shannon Utter, 39, was seen falling out of her car and screaming outside the Boys & Girls Club in Concord on the afternoon of March 5. That same day, police received a call that the same woman was jumping around a gas station crying.

International military company to be based in New Hampshire Source: AP

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Letter: Constituents looking for school spending relief

I represent the people of Hillsborough District 5, comprising New Boston and Mont Vernon. New Boston in particular is experiencing a vicious form of rural gentrification driven entirely by education taxes.

Concord's new charter school moving - " slowly - " toward opening day NEW

"The start to now has been an uphill battle," said Stephanie Alicea, the Boscawen woman hoping to bring a service-learning based charter school to Concord in the fall. "It's a ginormous waiting game."

Teenage sexual assault survivor demands right to be heard

In the spring of 2014, Alex Prout was working as an investment manager in Hong Kong. The previous year, the American father of three girls had moved to the Asian city with his wife, Susan, and their youngest daughter, Christianna, who was seven.

Will the China shock killing recycling make us rethink all the crap we throw out?

Science Cafe New Hampshire just celebrated its seventh anniversary - seven! holy cow - with its regular monthly conversations in Nashua and Concord. In Concord, where I moderate, the topic was "reinventing recycling" and the conversation was just terrific, ranging from the mundane to very high-level debate .

NHTI graduates 583 students into all walks of life

Adam Mullen, 23, of Litchfield strode confidently up the podium to receive his NHTI diploma while wearing his signature dark sunglasses. The moment capped an impressive accomplishment for Mullen.

Fallen N.H. law enforcement officers honored at Concord ceremony

Police officers from around the state, politicians and members of the public honored New Hampshire's 49 fallen police officers at a ceremony Friday on the grounds of the Legislative Office Building, behind the State House.

PHOTOS: Thousands take part in 2018 Rock 'N Race in downtown Concord

Thousands of runners and walkers took part in the annual Rock 'N Race 5K in downtown Concord on Thursday, May 17, 2018. Participants cross the finish line of the annual Rock 'N Race 5K in downtown Concord on Thursday, May 17, 2018.

Concord SPCA's new - catio' gives cats barn cats room to roam indoors and out

A cat perches atop the entrance to the "catio" at the Pope Memorial SPCA in Concord. The indoor-outdoor space, built for the SPCA's barn cat program, allows cats to get open-air while remaining safely enclosed.

Man accused of running over wife at gas station on trial in Concord

Jason Alleyne of Concord listens with his lawyer at Merrimack County Superior Court on Thursday, May 17, 2018, at the beginning of his trial.

Marshals: Fugitive is armed, dangerous and impersonates police, military

A man considered to be armed and dangerous who is known to impersonate law enforcement and military personnel is this week's New Hampshire Fugitive of the Week, according to the U.S. Marshals Service in Concord. Julion Adamski Parker, 26, is wanted on an outstanding federal arrest warrant dated April 19 for being a felon in possession of a firearm and making false statements during the acquisition of a firearm, the Marshals said.

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