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Why is yet another grocery store coming to Concord?
03-20-2021 1:02 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

When news came that a grocery store was finally going to be built in Penacook after a decade of discussion, some people celebrated. But others were puzzled.“Does Concord want to have the highest per capita grocery store concentration in New England?”...


Don Chase is the moderator behind the mouse
03-19-2021 5:58 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

The Suncook Valley has no choice. The people there must play by Don Chase’s rules.Those are his chat rooms on Facebook, focusing on Suncook and the rest of the towns in that area. You’re invited to discuss all things Valley, but keep it nice, keep it...


Firm that owns Pleasant View nursing and retirement homes makes huge restructuring; status of Concord sites unclear
03-05-2021 5:16 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

The huge, struggling company that owns Pleasant View and Pleasant View Retirement homes in Concord is preparing to sell control of 51 of its facilities around the country, including three in New Hampshire.Concord’s Pleasant View nursing home and...


Competition conquers: After 100 years, Camp Spaulding in Concord closes doors and is up for sale
01-31-2021 2:47 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

The irony is painful: On the year that it would have celebrated its 100th anniversary, Camp Spaulding is shut for good and up for sale.The financial strain of running the 57-acre summer camp at the intersection of Bog and River roads in Concord as a...


The tattoo on her arm said it all: Grace Orzechowski was a fighter
01-17-2021 5:24 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

She called herself a “fighter,” tattooing the scripted word, in black ink, onto her inner forearm while fighting for her life.Her family used the verb “pivot” again and again to describe her adaptability, explaining that Grace Orzechowski absorbed the...


Letter: Corrections officers are first responders, too
01-09-2021 12:03 AM

Correctional officers are sworn law enforcement personnel. These men and women are eligible for the same retirement police and firefighters are entitled to. They receive emergency first responder training and must maintain that certification in order...


Carmelite nuns will decide what happens to their monastery in Concord after it closes
11-28-2020 7:55 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

The future of the Carmelite Monastery on Pleasant Street will be decided by the five nuns who live there, now that the Vatican has decided that the facility should close.“The sisters will eventually decide on what to do with the property. There are...


Concord police identify victims in Route 106 fatal crash
10-02-2020 5:29 PM

By ALYSSA DANDREA

Police have identified a Hudson man who died Tuesday in a single-car crash on Route 106 in Concord.Nicholas Coolen, 27, was killed when he was ejected from a 2001 black Chevrolet Corvette traveling south from Loudon to the Capital City, Concord Deputy...


Concord committee balks at decision over backyard chicken ordinance
09-02-2020 5:30 PM

By ALYSSA DANDREA

Ten-year-old Francesca Brown will have to wait a few more weeks to learn whether a city committee will support her calls to amend Concord’s backyard chicken ordinance, thereby getting her one step closer to realizing her dream of raising a flock.It...


Popular sub shop will submerge from sight, but not due to Covid-19
08-31-2020 4:07 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

After his final shift as the owner of the Yellow Submarine on Saturday night, when his tiny business closed for good, Concord lost a stalwart businessman and his signature sandwich.David Luoma is retiring after 27 years working in the same spot, near...


Canadian firm buys Rymes Propane and Oil for $159 million
08-26-2020 10:41 AM

By DAVID BROOKS

Rymes Propane and Oil, founded a half-century ago and long based in Concord, is being bought by a Canada energy firm for $159 million.The purchase by Superior Plus needs regulatory approval and is scheduled to wind up Sept. 30., Superior Plus is based...


Drive-through in Capital Shopping Center parking lot is closer to reality
08-16-2020 4:02 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

A drive-thru Starbucks is closer to appearing in the parking lot of the Capital Shopping Center, part of a proposed development that acts as a sort of stand-in for the denser, taller development that the city would like to see there.Concord has...


Marine Patrol identifies 27-year-old drowning victim from May incident
08-11-2020 4:09 PM

CanterburyMay drowningvictim identifiedAuthorities identified Tuesday the 27-year-old man who drowned in the Merrimack River off Pebble Beach more than two months ago.New Hampshire Marine Patrol said Albert Ntangri, a Manchester resident, was one of...


Along Loudon Road, Harbor Freight Tools will open as Jos. A. Banks shuts
08-05-2020 7:22 AM

By DAVID BROOKS

Harbor Freight Tools will soon move into a former Toys R Us building near Steeplegate Mall this month, part of a company expansion that is taking advantage of do-it-yourself and home-improvement work during the pandemic.The announcement comes even as...


After fatalities, new signs along the Merrimack River caution swimmers
08-01-2020 11:20 PM

By ALYSSA DANDREA

The dirt road leading to the Merrimack River cuts through a spacious field before narrowing along the tree line. The drive appears easy at first, but the wide road quickly shrinks to the width of a walking path with tree branches and shrubbery on...


City salaries: City manager becomes first employee to top $200k
07-18-2020 4:18 PM

By LEAH WILLINGHAMand ALYSSA DANDREA

Concord City Manager Tom Aspell’s pay increased steadily over the years to the point where he was the first city employee to make more than $200,000 in a single year.In 2019, Aspell made $200,828 in total compensation, which is more than...


Superior Court judge McNamara to retire after 11 years in Merrimack County
06-29-2020 5:33 PM

By ALYSSA DANDREA

Richard McNamara was a newly minted graduate of Boston College Law School in 1975 when he was recruited by now-retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter to work at the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office.Souter, then New Hampshire’s deputy...


Parents and child care providers confront coronavirus difficulties
06-24-2020 5:54 PM

By ANN GEHAN

Having a newborn baby is difficult enough, but Hillary d’Entremont never anticipated the challenges of raising an infant during a pandemic.D’Entremont, who gave birth in January, had planned for her daughter to join her son at day care once she was 3...


Concord armed robbery suspect tied to similar crimes in Salem
02-25-2020 5:13 PM

By ALYSSA DANDREA

Authorities say a former Bow resident accused of robbing a Concord convenience store at gunpoint on Dec. 1 went on to rob a candy store and then a gas station, both in Salem, within a matter of days.Matthew Roz, 41, whose address is listed in court...


Charges consolidated against Concord shooting defendant
02-24-2020 11:51 AM

By ALYSSA DANDREA

Jurors chosen to hear the evidence in an attempted murder case against a Concord man will also learn that he sought from jail to persuade two key witnesses to falsely identify the shooter so he would be acquitted.Attorneys on both sides recently...

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