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Vermin Supreme Sues City of Concord over Free Speech Denial

2020 is a long way off, but longtime presidential contender Vermin Supreme isn’t resting easy. His attorneys filed a civil suit against the City of Concord, NH and some of its bureaucrats on Friday in the federal district court over Concord’s denial … Continue reading

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Concord Gets its Day in Northern Pass Court on Thursday

A panel of Concord officials will testify as a group on Thursday at the state Site Evaluation Committee’s hearings on the Northern Pass Transmission Project. Members of the panel have pre-filed testimony and will be cross-examined by the committee, other intervening parties … Continue reading

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Concord Could Lose $1.3 Million On Former DES Building Sale

CONCORD, NH — At October’s Concord City Council meeting, the mayor and councilors will consider a proposal to sell the former Department of Employment Security building on South Main Street to a Massachusetts developer for what appears to be a … Continue reading

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State police respond to incident at NHTI

State police are investigating an incident that took place in a parking lot at NHTI early Thursday afternoon.“There was an incident that happened around 12:30. The New Hampshire state police responded.  *| More… | Concor Monitor

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Concord Firm Gets $500,000.00 Grant To Grow “Wood Products”

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The U.S. Department of Commerce says it is giving a Concord, New Hampshire, firm more than $500,000 to try to build the economy of the northern forest region of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and New York … Continue reading

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Incumbents Line Up To Run Again In Concord

CONCORD, NH — Filings for Concord’s municipal races began on Sept. 8, 2017, and run through next Monday and, if the current crop of candidates is any indication, it is going to be another sleepy election in the city in November. At the … Continue reading

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Rally Against Hate, Vigil, Planned at Statehouse

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A “Granite State Against Hate Rally and Vigil” in response to the violent demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, is scheduled at New Hampshire‘s Statehouse. The rally, followed by a candlelight vigil, is scheduled for 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. … Continue reading

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