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Mall future uncertain

November 20, 2017 2:08pm | Josh Shaw

Research suggests that plenty of Concord area residents will be hitting the stores this holiday season, perhaps beginning with Intown Concord-sponsored Plaid Friday on Nov. 24 and Shop Small Saturday the very next day. The city’s annual Midnight Merriment event will take place Dec. 1 […]

Ruffin wins Poetry Out Loud

December 19, 2016 12:50pm | Crimson Review staff

Junior Laila Ruffin won Concord High’s school-wide Poetry Out Loud competition Monday, Dec. 19, with her recitation of  “The Song of the Feet” by Nikki Giovanni. Runner-up was freshman Casey Ingraham (shown below), who recited “Cartoon Physics, Part 1” by Nick Flynn. Ten students in […]

Seniors in the lead

November 17, 2016 3:35pm | Cathy Kilday

Senior David Tumaini (center) makes sure he puts his flattened cardboard in the correct receptacle Thursday, Nov. 17, in part to help the Class of 2017 win the EnviroCorps recycling competition running all week long in celebration of America Recycles Day on Tuesday. The class that recycles the […]

Birthday bash

April 15, 2016 6:50pm | Crimson Review staff

The entire Concord High School community gathered in the gymnasium during pd. 4 April 15 to celebrate Principal Gene Connolly’s 60th birthday. The CHS Marching Band provided some music; faculty musicians also performed with Angel Douglas providing vocals. Attendees watched a slide show featuring photographs of Connolly […]

PapaRATzi

April 8, 2016 4:31pm | Jared Grondin, Jack Annon, Anna Makris

Rats are back in Concord High School this spring as they are every year in Lise Bofinger’s Animal Behavior class in E427. Students who have  no experience training rats learn their specific behaviors in order to get rats to meet some intended objective by the end of the year. […]

Politics in our midst

March 30, 2016 6:00pm | Lindsay Irwin

From extreme left-wing candidates to farthest right, all presidential hopefuls have found it necessary to pass through the Granite State on their way to the White House. The New Hampshire Primary remains influential for the rest of the country, so it’s not a mystery why candidates spend […]

Cracking down

January 29, 2016 2:42pm | Patrick Poulin

School administration is cracking down on school security since a Jan. 10 trashcan fire lit in the 300 wing east building boys’ bathroom. Passes are now being required to travel to any part of the building. “We will most likely only keep up this procedure until midterms […]

ROPE celebrates 40 years

January 10, 2016 2:16pm | Frank Harrison

Students in Concord High’s Reaching Our Potential in Education (ROPE) class completed their final exam weekend trip Sunday, Jan. 10, making themselves the 40th anniversary crew of a program begun in 1976. Exactly 12 students and four adults camped out Friday and Saturday nights, a feat […]

Change for change

December 10, 2015 1:08pm | Crimson Review Staff

Organizers of Concord High’s annual canned food drive were surprised Thursday by a sophomore student who generously donated all the change she’d been collecting in a jar on her bureau. The $43 donation helped CHS bring its gift to the Capital Region Food Program to the equivalent […]

CHS Live goes live

October 19, 2015 11:56am | Nick Skafidas

The crew of CHS Live at Concord High School gets ready for their daily live to broadcast morning announcements October 1, 2015. Daily announcements air Tuesday through Friday and are produced by Concord TV in association with principal Gene Connolly. The show begins with the director and […]