Remembering Barbara “Barb” Winstanley

Barbara “Barb” Bradle Winstanley, of Concord, died peacefully on October 20, 2022 surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Chicago, Illinois on January 19, 1942 to her late parents, Robert…

Green Thumbs keep West Concord in bloom

How many times have you driven through West Concord in the summer months and noticed women and men working in the five beautiful roadside gardens and wondered who they were? We are…

Visitors Center rededicated after 20 years

Twenty years ago, tourists and residents strolling in the Milldam couldn’t find a restroom. There weren’t any. But through the work of dedicated business owners and town government officials, the Concord Visitors…

New Concord firefighters

New Concord firefighters Ben Lewis, Jamie Henderson and Paul Armann threw on their flippers to complete the water rescue aspects of their orientation recently. They also went to JP Carroll to learn…

Committee campaigns for a more inclusive Concord

The Town of Concord has created a new committee designed to combat racism and promote inclusivity called the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Commision. The commission began operating in the Spring of…

Tourists return as pandemic eases

Visitors are flocking to Concord in record numbers, according to Beth Williams, tourism and economic vitality director for the town. “Our numbers are beating all prior years,” said Williams, adding that 10,000…

Your Election Guide – 2022

This week and in the two weeks before the Nov. 8 election, the Concord Bridge will be providing voter guides and helpful short interviews with the state representative candidates in the 13th…

Junction Village project terminated

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…

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