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Good morning, neighbors! It’s me again, Tony Schinella, your host of the Concord Daily.


First, today’s weather:

Rain and drizzle in the p.m.. High: 58 Low: 41.

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Here are the top stories in Concord today:

  1. New Hampshire has argued for years about ‘spring forward fall back’ (Valley News)
  2. Concord Man Arrested On DUI, Urination Charges: Police Log (Patch)
  3. NH Law Enforcement Increases Enforcement For St. Patrick’s Day (Jeffrey Hastings)
  4. March 16 NH DHHS COVID-19 update: 136 positive results with 5 in Manchester; 4 deaths reported (Manchester Ink Link)
  5. Concord Man Arrested On DUI, Urination Charges: Police Log (Concord Patch)
  6. NH House tables LGBTQ bills that critics called discriminatory (WCAX)
  7. Rider Killed In Goffstown Motorcycle Accident On Elm Street (Jeffrey Hastings)
  8. Settlement Fund for Youth Center Victims Advances to Senate (U.S. News & World Report)
  9. State Police To Add 2 Dozen Extra Troopers on Patrol for St. Patrick’s Day (InDepthNH.org)
  10. New Hampshire shuts down state-run COVID-19 testing sites (WMUR Manchester)
  11. A Lot Of Unknowns With New Concord Middle School Project (Concord Patch)
  12. Concord’s Middle School Could Be Sold After New Facility Built (Concord Patch)
  13. Concord School District To Buy Land For New Middle School (Concord Patch)
  14. State v. Marsha Goulet | News Releases (NH Department of Justice)
  15. NH to Close State-Managed COVID-19 Vaccination Sites (U.S. News & World Report)
  16. Standoff Leads To Charges; Indictments; And More: PM Patch NH (Concord Patch)
  17. Executive Councilors Draw Their Own Map In Re-Districting Debate (Patch)
  18. Cline: Remote Work Makes Commuter Rail In NH Even Less Viable (Patch)
  19. New NH Job Numbers Reminder Why Sununu’s Tough To Beat (Patch)
  20. Michael Deschene Obituary (2022) – Concord, NH – Concord Monitor (Legacy.com)

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Today in Concord:

  • Gentle Chair Yoga- Thursday (11:00 AM)
  • Stretch & Strengthen (1:30 PM)
  • STEAM Team (3:30 PM)
  • Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (5:00 PM)
  • MS/HS Band Concert – Merrimack Valley High School (6:30 PM)

From my notebook:

  • Cathy Tobyne, Neighbor: “Does anyone know where exactly on Clinton Street is the new middle school being built ?” (Patch)
  • James Constantin, Neighbor: “How much money does the school district think we have !!! A new school!!!!! They will tax most of us out of Concord. This had to be stopped. Enough. Please. We don’t have the money.” (Patch)
  • Daniel Amaral, Neighbor: “Every time I went out to eat to find a nice restaurant I had some bad luck to find it closed at that hour or during a pause..It was so annoying. That’s why I want to recommend to you https://opening-hours.restaurant/. Like the name says,…” (Patch)
  • Tony Schinella, Patch Staff: “Concord fire and rescue teams, as well as the police, are at the Friendly Kitchen for a report of a woman in her 20s, who is 5 months pregnant and is suffering from hemorrhaging after a drug overdose.” (Patch)

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Tony Schinella

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