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CREAM to open new store in Concord

CREAM to open new store in Concord

Confirming its latest expansion plan, fast-growing ice cream sandwich maker CREAM has announced that it will open a new location in Concord as soon as next week.

The upcoming store will be located at 2070 Salvio Street in downtown Concord. It is coming from franchisee Mark Stites, who opened Walnut Creek’s CREAM with a partner in the year of 2013. Stites said he was excited to bring CREAM to Concord residents.

‘Edward Bulkeley House’ offers perfect example of pre-1775 American architecture

‘Edward Bulkeley House’ offers perfect example of pre-1775 American architecture

The “Edward Bulkeley House” was constructed around 1660 and it is still in existence, but not at its original site. Realtor Chris Ridick says that the centuries-old house was moved to its current location in the early 19th century.

Edward Bulkeley was the son of the Rev. Peter Bulkeley, who founded the city of Concord. He got the house built at Main Street, which is now the site of Concord Academy.

Concord police seek self-identified doctor present at Jan. crash

Concord police seek self-identified doctor present at Jan. crash

The Concord Police Department has sought the public’s assistance in identifying more witnesses who might have witnessed the vehicle that hit and killed a homeless handicapped man in January this year.

On 28th of January, Concord Police and Fire and Rescue teams responded to a serious crash on Interstate 393 (I-393) between North Main and Commercial streets in the city. The serious crash left a man in a wheelchair seriously injured.

Proposed plan for Concord Hills Regional Park includes wildflower fields, trails & wetlands

Proposed plan for Concord Hills Regional Park includes wildflower fields, trails

The proposed plan for Concord Hills Regional Park includes a visitor center and roughly two dozen miles of trails, among other things.

According to the proposed plan, the regional park on the former site of Concord Naval Weapons Station would span as many as 2,500 acres east of Mt. Diablo Creek and south of Willow Pass Road. The park would encompass rolling hills, grasslands, wildflower fields, oaks and wetlands.

Concord scores 85-75 victory over the Falcons

Concord scores 85-75 victory over the Falcons

Concord on Saturday pulled away from Notre Dame as it scored 85-75 victory over the Falcons, thanks to the team’s strong second half defense.

Senior forward Jametrius Wade and Reed finished in double figures, at 10 points and 19 points, respectively. Aaron Miller completed with a team-high score of 25 points on 8-for-14 shooting and went 5-for-9 from three-point range.

Concord head coach Kent McBride said, “It’s not something we typically do, that’s not our identity. But you’ve got to be adaptable in games, and our guys did a really good job of being active in the zone.”

Harper Lee’s novel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ makes her name immortal

Harper Lee’s novel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ makes her name immortal

Harper Lee, American novelist best known for her debut novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” died recently at the age of 89. Her death was unexpected as she passed away in her sleep early morning last Friday.

Born on April 28, 1926, Lee made her name immortal with her very first novel that is a storey of justice and race. The story’s images got seared into its readers. Many schools have added the novel to the syllabus of course on Ethics in Literature. Those who do not read the novel in middle school; they read it in high school. It has thus firmly got installed in the popular culture.

About 45 moose cows and calves to be collared for New Hampshire study

About 45 moose cows and calves to be collared for New Hampshire study

During the third year of a six-year moose mortality and productivity study in northern New Hampshire, roughly 45 moose cows and calves are going to be collared in the approaching weeks.

For collaring the moose, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department and the University of New Hampshire have come in collaboration with Native Range of Elko, Nev.

New Hampshire and Maine biologists started working together, two years back, to better understand the reason behind decline in moose populations. Even this month also, dozens of moose have been collared in Maine.

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