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Junction Village project terminated

October 20, 2022
Concord selectmen denied a fervent request that the board send a letter to the state showing its support for the Christopher Heights at Junction Village affordable housing development at its meeting this

New director explores Concord Museum

October 20, 2022
Lisa Krassner walks wide-eyed around the Concord Museum these days.The new director has been on the job for a few short weeks, and has new reasons to be excited by the newly

Trolley Revolutionizes Tourism

October 20, 2022
Concord’s newest tourist attraction, the trolley, is faring well in its pilot year. Erin Stevens, Concord’s Public Information and Communications Manager, and Beth Williams, Concord’s Economic Vitality and Tourism Manager, see the

Stevens takes job as transportation manager

October 20, 2022
Erin Stevens, the town’s communications manager, has moved to a newly created office in the Planning and Land Management Department as Transportation Manager. “I have been working for Concord for the past

Middle School building faces cost increases

October 20, 2022
In order for voters to weigh in on additional funds for the proposed new middle school, the Select Board opened a warrant for a Special Town Meeting scheduled for Jan. 19, 2023,

Police chief to retire

October 20, 2022
Acknowledging that he’s had “a blessed career,” Concord police Chief Joe O’Connor is retiring from the department on Dec. 22. “You just know when it’s time to move on,” he said recently.

Dancers celebrate Wampanoag culture

October 13, 2022
The Concord Museum celebrated Indigenous Peoples’ Day with a special family program featuring the Wampanoag Nation Singers and Dancers.  Hailing from the communities of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe on Cape Cod and