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Government, Opinion, Business
Jim Crosby, owner of Crosby's Market, went before the Board of Selectmen Monday to express his reservations concerning the proposed Water Bottles Ban that will be voted on at Town Meeting.
Company is combining headquarters and technology lab at Normandy's 300 Baker Ave. complex in Concord.
Business, Readers' Choice
The fitness studio at 50 Beharrell St., in West Concord was the top pick in this week's Best of Patch Readers' Choice poll.
Robert J. Halpin, of Concord, is one of four finalists.
Voters named Main Streets Market as their favorite.
Owner/therapist Susan Feist returns to Concord.
The Rhode Island company is set to purchase the local restaurant chain.
A Rhode Island company has reportedly emerged as the buyer.
Find out the lowest price in town.
Scott Robb is one of two people names business development executives.
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