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Letter to the Editor: Concord City Officials Need To Do Better Right Now

An urgent message to the city of Concord. During these unprecedented times the Coronavirus has taken so much from all of us. We’ve been economically gutted. Small business owners are devastated and since the overwhelming number of Concordians are employed by small businesses, the employees have been devastated as well. This doesn’t even consider the...

China, Concord Sentinel

Letter to the Editor: China’s Responsibility

Whether China unknowingly or knowingly unleashed a virus upon the world that has crippled world economies and curtailed personal freedoms, I suspect the prior, but that’s an article for another time.  The reality is that either through a direct and violent attack on the world and complete ineptitude of the communist government of China, they...

CATCH Neighborhood Housing

CATCH Neighborhood Housing Announces 30th Anniversary Gala in Concord NH

Release from: CATCH Neighborhood Housing in Concord, NH Contact: Erin Schaick Phone: 603.715.8330 Email: On Friday, March 13, CATCH Neighborhood Housing will be celebrating its 30th anniversary at its inaugural Masquerade Gala at the Grappone Conference Center. The theme of the night will be “unmasking” the myths and misconceptions around affordable housing and all...

Concord Coalition to End homelessness

Press release: Round-it-Up Program From Concord Coalition To End Homelessness

Press release: Round-it-Up Program  Immediate: Information contact: Greg Lessard C: 603 856 5730, Co-op Program Turns Pennies into $31,000 for Nonprofits  CONCORD – The Concord nonprofit community is ecstatic about the new “Round-It-Up at the Register” program launched by the Concord Food Co-op in April 2019.    From April through year’s end, $31,495.00 has been given...

Recipes For Repair Book

Get Healthy this New Year with this 60-Day Challenge from Recipes For Repair

Recipes for Repair, a book written by local NH residents, Laura Piazza and Gail Piazza, provides some wonderful tips and recipes for those with food sensitivities and chronic inflammation issues. With 312 pages and more than 180 recipes, Recipes for Repair makes for a great addition to any kitchen. And now, Recipes for Repair is...