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Friday night frights

October 29, 2018 9:34am | Danielle Simpson

A flash mob dance crew took to Main Street Friday, Oct. 26, during Concord’s annual Halloween Howl downtown. Dressed up in costumes, dancers performed a creepy Halloween number just as the sun was setting. Watching, with parents, were kids holding bags soon to be filled […]

Fall foliage returns to Merrimack Valley

October 23, 2018 12:44pm | Noah Wilder

Trees in the Merrimack Valley area will experience  peak conditions for fall foliage from Oct. 18-23 and possibly later into the month as autumn unfolds in New Hampshire. Observations taken from www.visitnh.gov’s Foliage Tracker on Oct. 18 projected peaks in fall foliage are on their […]

Winners announced

October 16, 2018 4:26pm | Journalism class

Rayya Burns, Lydia Phelps, Ranila Thapa and Kaitlyn Watt won top honors in October for the Fall 2018 Journalism class photography contest. All students in the class were required to submit pictures of interest to today’s Concord High School community. Images could feature CHS or […]

Art programs begin

September 27, 2018 10:04am | Ranila Thapa and Niamiah Perry

Two student programs offered by the New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester begin next week. Students are invited to register. Scholarships are available to cover participation costs. ARTLAB Afterschool starts Tuesday, Oct. 2 and Oct. 4. Every session goes on for six weeks, from […]

Gear for sale

September 25, 2018 12:05pm | Bella Bourgery

Families can purchase Concord High School apparel online 24 hours a day. The store can be found by going to chs.sau8.org, clicking on Student Life and choosing “CHS Spirit/Apparel Store.” A wide variety of items are offiered, including shirts, sweatshirts, hats, shorts, accessories and more […]

What’s for lunch?

September 20, 2018 4:39pm | Crimson Review staff

Students and staff interviewed earlier this week had different opinions about what to eat when lunch time rolls around. They also had many different lunches. As some students gobbled up the dish of the day — on Tuesday, it was General Gau’s chicken and rice, […]

Young at heart, slightly older in other places

September 20, 2018 12:20pm | Crystal Garcia, Abigail Leclair and Emma Nakuci

On Saturday, September 8, from 12:30 to about 2:30 p.m., Concord High School’s Class of 1948 held its 70th class reunion at Heritage Heights. Some 40 people, 22 alumni and friends combined, came together in the Great Hall to celebrate and catch up with people not […]

Vacations can bring adventures

June 8, 2018 2:17pm | Michaela Hayes

While many Concord High School students will be working or babysitting all summer, some may have a chance to travel across the country or even outside the United States, as older members of Girl Scout Troop 20507 did in April when they headed south for a […]

Summer plans beckon

May 31, 2018 10:30am | Lilly Egounis-Musumeci, Grace Leonard

As summer gets closer, people start to get more excited about the end of the school year and plans for vacation, regardless of whether those plans include travel. A few students, like freshman Cooper Leppard, do plan to leave town. “I’m going on a cruise […]

Who’s a celebrity? And why?

May 24, 2018 6:14pm | Allison Silverstein, Corban Thibodeau, Jacob Wescott

There are a number of ways to measure the popularity of celebrities. These can range from how talented they are for their age, how often they are mentioned, the number of followers they have on social media, the amount of advertisements they participate in, or […]