Concord, New Hampshire 

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linving in New england - 10/24/2009
NO, NE is weird, in general.. They have 2 friends and die.. I lived in R.I. and I called it the home of the odd lots...NE needs to be in its own entity, way up there by Greenland, all my themselves....They have no street signs so you know where you are,a nd no stop signs...There is NO other area in the US as strange, as NE.. Better be catholic, and play bingo, if you want to have any friends...

Big on "higher education", but at a loss for any "common sense" in N.E...If you want a blend of common sense, and higher education, go to the midwest...cheap cost of living there, also, and people talk to you, Read More

location - 1/30/2008
Concord is a smaller new England town that has easy access to a wealth of natural resources. The fall is amazing and there certainly is plenty of winter to Read More

location - 1/30/2008
Concord is a smaller new England town that has easy access to a wealth of natural resources. The fall is amazing and there certainly is plenty of winter to Read More

Family town - 5/6/2007
Concord is a great town to raise a family. Housing prices are more realistice and Read More

Are the people friendly here? - 12/17/2006
I lived in New England for 20 years, moving there from Washington DC. Since then, I've lived in TX and CA. In general, in MA and CT, I found the people pretty closed off as compared to the southern/western states. What about New Hampshire? Are the people a bit warmer and friendlier there? We're thinking about moving there, and it's my one concern.

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Great town for families - 9/29/2006
Concord is a quaint little New England town. It's not perfect, but that's one of its endearing qualities. It is not overpopulated by yuppies or old money. Rather, it is a nice mix of white-collar and blue-collar. There are some great neighborhoods in which to live. Housing is fairly affordable. And there is lots to do in Concord and in surrouding towns for young families. Singles, however, will probably not enjoy it here. On the bright side, though, Boston is only an hour or so away (depends greatly on traffic), Portsmouth is also about an hour, and Manchester is about 20 minutes South. Outdoorsy people will also enjoy the close access to the White Read More

schools,community - 10/25/2005
Concord is a wonderful place to live and raise a family the schools are top notch and the neighborhoods and sense of community is very strong here. There are many public parks and pools as well as an abundance of sports through the community rec. center. people take pride in their homes and most are very nicely landscaped. Crime is virtually nonexistent. And there are all the amenities of a big city with the home town Read More


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