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Advocates pressing for state action on homelessness

January 11, 2021 2:34pm | Sarah West

Community activists protested the evictions of a homeless encampment outside of the Hillsborough County courthouse in Manchester late in 2020. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Granite Staters and Americans across the country have lost their jobs and been forced out of houses and apartments. The homeless […]

Fundraising deadline nears

December 14, 2020 4:05pm | Alexandria Grappone, Tucker McPartlin

While 2020 has been a year like no other, things stay the same, including the giving spirit of the Concord High School community, now raising money for the Capital Region Food Program. “Don’t think that small contributions don’t matter. Every dollar adds up,” said senior […]

Photo contest winners announced

December 2, 2020 1:58pm | Crimson Review staff

The Journalism Club chose six award winners in its recent fall photo contest. Actually senior Iris Hall won twice: once for a picture submitted in the Family & Friends category, and again for a magazine-worthy Food image. Freshmen Chey Burke, Jackson Kalil and Bella Lesmerises […]

Windmill Thanksgiving tradition continues

November 30, 2020 9:01am | Andrew Pollack

For thirty years the owners of the Windmill Restaurant have been giving out free Thanksgiving meals to those in need. In past years, those who needed a meal would come inside the Loudon Road restaurant to eat, laugh and enjoy, but this year was different. […]

Running to improve New Hampshire

October 29, 2020 2:39pm | Fiona Elliott

As the New Hampshire gubernatorial election grows near, citizens are voting absentee and getting ready to vote in person to cast their ballots on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Dan Feltes won the Democratic seat for candidacy over Andru Volinksy, and as a senator in District 15, […]

Around and about

October 21, 2020 3:39pm | Fiona Elliott, Tucker McPartlin, Andrew Pollack

While the focus may be on the upcoming national election Nov. 3, local races have a big impact too. People are sporting political signs in their yards as a way to show support for candidates they like. The results of school board elections have the […]

Andrew’s adventures: London

April 7, 2020 9:44am | Andrew Pollack

During February break, I visited London, which with a population of about 9 million is the most populous city in Europe. London is also one of the most diverse cities in the world, being home to people of almost every culture. The city has an […]

Photo contest winners announced

March 31, 2020 12:44pm | Crimson Review staff

Freshmen happened to sweep all five categories in the Journalism Club’s first annual photo contest this month. All judging was done “blind,” meaning no names were attached to images during the selection process. The club received 125  images from a total of 29 people: 27 […]

Mr. CHS competition cancelled

March 12, 2020 3:51pm | Dionna Joyner, Ava McNamara

The junior class was going to hold its annual Mr. CHS talent show Friday, March 13, from 6-8 p.m. in the Concord High School auditorium, but the event has been cancelled. There is no word yet on whether the competition (and other school events cancelled […]

Sign up for ROPE

January 14, 2020 8:13am | Gaven Brown

Students looking to sign up for an elective that leads beyond the regular classroom should consider Concord High’s outdoor adventure class, ROPE, which has been mixing up the daily routine for 45 years.  ROPE, which stands for Reaching Our Potential in Education, represents an intriguing […]