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Eckersley family releases statement about their daughter and grandson
12-30-2022 2:23 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

Days after the daughter of former Boston Red Sox pitcher Dennis Eckersley gave birth to a baby boy in the woods of Manchester on one of the coldest nights of the year, the family announced their plans to file for guardianship of the child.On Christmas...


Year in Review: Area business comings and goings in 2022
12-29-2022 3:48 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

Although the business world continues to be in turmoil, with the pandemic scrambling labor supply, customer demand and struggling supply chains, and America’s rising interest rates squeezing investment, the Concord area saw a good chunk of commercial...


A sadly familiar story in latest mountain hiker death, right down to the trail they took
12-28-2022 4:56 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

The news out of Franconia Notch this weekend was sadly familiar: A hiker set off in the morning, eagerly climbing the Old Bridle Path up Mt. Lafayette to experience one of the world’s greatest day hikes, but never returned.This time it was Guopeng...


New Americans and refugees call for outreach and partnership from Concord city councilors
12-28-2022 4:54 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

As Concord officials considered proposed housing developments and highway expansions that could affect downtown Concord, and a new library branch in Penacook, new American Fisto Ndayishimiye has taken to the microphone at public meetings to ask...


55 years after adoption, Concord mom and daughter have finally found each other
12-26-2022 4:39 PM

By RAY DUCKLER

She marked the day each year by baking a cake and softly humming “Happy birthday” to herself, so her sons never heard.Meanwhile, the cake had frosting on it but nothing else. No swirls or stripes or flowers or candles, and certainly nothing about a...


Opinion: The amazing heroism of Leon Lewis
12-26-2022 6:00 AM

By JONATHAN P. BAIRD

Jonathan P. Baird lives in Wilmot. While the great battle against fascism in World War II was fought in Europe, there was also a fight against fascism inside the United States in the 1930s-1940s. There is little recollection now that there was a...


Fort Eddy Shopping Center in Concord sold for $30 million
12-21-2022 12:55 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

Torrington Properties has acquired the Fort Eddy Shopping Center in Concord that holds a Shaw's supermarket, Staples and Eastern Mountain Sports for $30 million.The 175,000-square-foot shopping center is fully leased and is the current home of...


Granite Geek: Electric school buses are coming (finally) so there are a few questions to answer
12-20-2022 6:48 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

A few New Hampshire school districts are getting ready to enter the electric transportation era, which means they have to figure out a pretty basic question: How to get the electricity.Once that’s solved, they will get to ponder a more interesting...


Opinion: The historical precedent of January 6
12-19-2022 6:00 AM

By JONATHAN P. BAIRD

Jonathan P. Baird lives in Wilmot. The sedition convictions of Oath Keepers’ leaders, Elmer Stewart Rhodes and Kelly Meggs, returned focus to the events of January 6. While the January 6 Committee has done an excellent job ferreting out facts, there...


Concord Police identify pedestrian struck and killed by driver
12-16-2022 12:39 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

Police identified Ewa Martel, 75, as the Concord woman who was struck and killed by a motor vehicle on Friday, Dec. 2 near the Hood Plant on North State Street. Police and fire were called to the area of 340 N. State St. at 10:49 a.m. after Martel was...


Historic building downtown will be replaced by new five-story building
12-05-2022 9:54 AM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

An 1854 Victorian home on Main Street is expected to be torn down in the next several months to make room for a new five-story eatery and entertainment venue spearheaded by Concord developer Stephen Duprey.Despite Duprey’s efforts to relocate or...


Former DOJ offices to be demolished after relocation to former Lincoln Financial property
12-03-2022 5:19 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

The State of New Hampshire has a $70 million agreement to rent office space at the former Lincoln Financial property in Concord from developer Stephen Duprey for 20 years. The property will act as the new home of the Department of Justice, the...


Emily Sotelo's family urges donations to rescue teams that found her body
12-03-2022 1:34 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

The family of the Massachusetts woman who succumbed to winter weather while trying to hike the Franconia Ridge last month is asking people to donate to the volunteer organizations and rescuers who searched for her.“In lieu of flowers, please send...


Well-known town official kills domestic partner, then himself at home in New London
11-30-2022 5:45 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

A 78-year-old man shot and killed his domestic partner inside their New London home and then killed himself, state officials announced Wednesday.Douglas Lyon called police to the Shaker Street home at 1:38 p.m. Tuesday. When officers arrived they...


Construction underway at Penacook affordable housing site
11-27-2022 10:12 AM

By MICHAELA TOWFIGHI

Construction is underway on Concord’s latest affordable housing development, the second phase of Penacook Landing. The site will feature a 20,000-square-foot apartment building that will house 20 units. Those 20 will include 18 units designated as...


Missing hiker found dead in Franconia Notch State Park
11-23-2022 4:25 PM

By DAVID BROOKS

The fate of a Massachusetts woman who died alone in the White Mountains while trying to accomplish a hiking goal is a sad reminder of one of the biggest dangers in the backcountry, sometimes called “summit fever.”The term describes how the goal to...


Bow proposes committee to address concerns after residents upset over beaver dam removal
11-11-2022 7:02 PM

By SRUTHI GOPALAKRISHNAN

Town officials in Bow accepted responsibility and apologized Wednesday night to neighbors for failing to communicate better before a beaver pond on public land was drained by members of a local snowmobile club.“I apologize that we didn’t have some...


Couple from Idaho set down roots in Concord and open downtown shop
11-08-2022 6:18 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

Six months after falling in love with the city of Concord, a young couple who grew up in Idaho are opening a high-end, premium market featuring handmade goods next week on South Main Street.In the former location of Simply Birkenstock, Makers on Main...


Developers of Rail Yard complex in Concord contend with old buried industrial waste
11-06-2022 8:20 PM

By JAMIE L. COSTA

The construction of an affordable residential housing development on top of a former railroad yard in Concord’s South End has been applauded for helping to ease the city’s housing crunch.“Without repurposing industrial sites like these, they become an...


When Granite State College merges into UNH, much will stay the same
10-31-2022 9:50 AM

By DAVID BROOKS

For the fourth time in its 50-year history, Concord’s piece of New Hampshire’s state university system is about to get a new name, part of a big change that should raise the profile of this often-overlooked institution but not alter its underlying...

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