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CONCORD, NH – Here are some valuable stories from the New Hampshire Patch Network to discuss this afternoon and evening.

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New Concord Middle School Design ‘Community Q&A’ Meetings Booked: Residents are invited to Mill Brook Tuesday evening and CHS on June 18 to view schedules; the final “cost” of the project hovers around $200 million plus.

Hundreds of nonprofits are seeking donations as part of NH Gives: Now in its ninth year, the New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits initiative is NH’s largest online fundraising event for nonprofits.

Windham Man wins Honda CR-V as part of FEEDNH fundraiser: David Appleby was the lucky winner of Honda CR-V or a $25,000 cash prize. He was one of 10 finalists as part of the annual event.

Exeter Police Investigating Interstate Car Thefts: Chief Poulin: A white 2024 Dodge Durango SRT 392 and a gray 2021 Dodge Durango SRT were stolen from Foss Motors; License plates also stolen.

Family Promise hosts second annual summer jazz concert: All proceeds from the event will go directly to Family Promise of Greater Concord, helping families and children experiencing homelessness.

Nashua woman charged with DWI after multiple Merrimack crashes: America Alcaraz, 22, is charged with DWI, conduct after an accident and other charges. Police say her BAC was more than twice the legal limit.

Portsmouth City Council Adopts FY 25 Budget: The FY 25 operating budget, representing 82% of the total budget, is $118,554,293, an increase of $5,988,681 or 5.32% over FY 24 .

NH, Maine Students Receive Credit Union Foundation Grants: Students from Amherst, Exeter, Hampton, Penacook and Portsmouth received Northeast Credit Union Foundation Program grants in June.

Manchester Police Program Connects At-Risk Youth with Former Inmates: The Manchester Police Athletic League’s Choices Program is an after-school organization that “connects officers and kids.”

Child falls from 3rd floor; Homeless Camp Machete Attack: PM Patch NH: Charges; New Hampshire’s Changing Union Politics; found teenage girls are safe; PFAS updates; smart and cool students; fun things to do.

Here are some other posts that readers may have missed:

State Representative Merrimack Rung receives the Lovett Award

NH teacher secretly took student for abortion, investigation shows

Merrimack High School Top 10: Charvi Chandrasekaran, No. 2

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New SUV donated to New Hampshire High School to help students stay up to date on the latest automotive technology

Podcast: Wentworth By The Sea celebrates 150 legendary years

Warmington accuses Craig of hiding from NH voters as the Democratic primary heats up

Chamber Collaborative: Community input sought for the future of 126 Lang Road

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Noveltsky: What Trump’s judgment actually means

🌱 Join the Manchester Pride Parade and Festival on June 15.

Celtics fan hailed as “guy with green hair” feels positive ahead of Celtics-Mavericks Game 3

Active with the activists: 5 peace activists charged in Dover after sit-in in the Gaza war

Notable deaths in New Hampshire: Several people who served in the hospitality industry have died this week

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