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Select Board solidifies Town Meeting warrant

December 1, 2022
The Select Board held a short hearing this week covering three articles. One article seeks to “confirm the authorization to apply for participation” in the state’s Fossil Fuel-Free Demonstration Project. Concord is

Preliminary Assessments 2023

November 24, 2022
Fiscal Year 2023 Preliminary assessments of Concord residential and commercial properties. The tax rate will be finalized after the Select Board classification hearing on November 23, 2022. The meeting is scheduled to

Unfinished Gerow Park opening on hold

November 15, 2022
In the summer of 2017 Carlene Hempel was in Maine on vacation when she speed-dialed Steve Irza. “I had just found out that the Gerow property on the shore on Warner’s Pond

Young inventor starts business full of leaves

November 15, 2022
While in the midst of burning a beautiful weekend clearing his yard of leaves last year, Alex Marciente, Jr., had an epiphany. Well, not an epiphany, so much as a realization that

Middle School Building Committee

November 9, 2022
Middle School Building Committee plans forums, coffee hours  There will be a Special Town Meeting January 19, 2023 at 7 p.m. for Concord residents to decide whether to approve increased funding for
Jennifer Schünemann of Discover Concord was named the Chamber of Commerce’s 2022 Business Person of the Year.

Schünemann is chamber’s business person of the year

November 9, 2022
The Concord Chamber of Commerce held their annual dinner in October, featuring something that’s been missing the past couple years due to Covid: dinner, with people! Congratulations to Jennifer Schünemann, from Discover
The West Village Tavern is scheduled to open this month.

West Village Tavern Mixes Local and Metro

November 9, 2022
Two local men have partnered with the Wellesley Restaurant Group to open the West Village Tavern at 13 Commercial Street, the former site of the regional chain 99 Restaurant and Pub. “It’s

Affordable housing team to regroup

October 27, 2022
Disappointed by the termination of the Christopher Heights at Junction Village affordable housing project, housing advocates in Concord are turning their focus to the future of the 12.5-acre parcel owned by the
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