Concord Cops now patrol in a Tesla

To help the town carry out its ambitious climate goals, the Police Department just took delivery of a 2022 Series Y Tesla that is used for patrols. Police Chief Joe O’Connor is…

Issue 3 is in your mailbox

You may have noticed that this is the third week that The Concord Bridge has arrived in your mailbox. We, in turn, are noticing something a little different in our inboxes —…

Danger kitty, do not pat

Betsey Wood was surprised to find a bobcat when she looked out the window recently, calmly enjoying a bit of sunshine in her backyard. “Apparently they are rarely seen,” she wrote in…

David Mather and Felicia Bellows enjoy a picnic on the lawn at the Concord Free Library Saturday, accompanied by their dogs, Bosco and Louis. – Photo by Jennifer Lord Paluzzi…

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Affordable housing team to regroup

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…