To connect all Concord residents with news that is important to them. This mission is rooted in our belief that good local journalism has the power to make community life richer and more fulfilling, and all of society stronger.
Jennifer Lord Paluzzi
Jennifer received her degree in journalism from the Boston University College of Communication. After having a fairly typical career as a reporter and editor at community newspapers in Massachusetts, she jumped from her first layoff into digital media. As the founding editor of Central Mass News, she turned a small website covering the town of Grafton into a company with about a dozen hyperlocal websites. After the company was shut down by a buyer, she joined the Lowell Sun as a digital editor, later merging its weekly newspapers into a single regional, The Nashoba Valley Voice. While at The Sun, she also spent two years as a journalism adjunct professor at Emmanuel College. After her third media layoff, she founded Grafton Common, which she ran for three years before joining The Concord Bridge.
Anne has spent her journalism career covering local news in Massachusetts, at the Lowell Sun, Fitchburg Sentinel and Nashoba Valley Voice newspapers. While there she won three New England Newspaper Awards: First place in history reporting, first place as part of a team in government reporting and third place in religious issues. She received the annual Production Creativity Award for Excellence from Fitchburg Access Television for a documentary series. She is a graduate of the University of Hartford and holds a master’s degree from the University of Southern California.
Betsy is a Concord resident and received both her bachelor and masters degrees from Boston University. She has spent a large part of her career covering Concord, serving as an editor for the Concord Journal and Littleton Independent before joining Concord Patch and Concord Contact. She has freelanced for the Boston Globe.
Celeste Katz Marston
Celeste has covered local, state, and national news as a staff reporter for outlets including The Providence Journal, The New York Daily News and Newsweek. She is a host on non-profit WBAI FM radio, a U.S. correspondent for Australian Broadcasting Corporation radio, and a contributor to Nieman Reports, a journal of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard. Celeste has freelanced for The Boston Globe, NBC News, Hearst Magazines and more. She is a Concord resident and a graduate of Brown University.
Jessalyn spent much of her childhood in Concord and is a graduate of McHenry Country College and Benedictine University. She previously worked as graphic designer at the Maremgo-Union Times, designing newspapers as well as print and digital advertising campaigns.