Handicapping Concord City Council candidates

On November 6, Concord voters will decide two spots open on the City Council. With less than a month until the general election, voter pamphlets, ubiquitous street signs, and direct mail seem to be the main source of information in casting local ballots. With two seats up for grabs in the Concord City Council Race, […]

Concord worker furlough days raises city budget concerns

The victims of the City of Concord’s austerity program have been City workers. They have taken reductions in pay, pension fund contributions, and now 13 furlough days. It is no wonder that Union Teamsters Local 856, which represents many City of Concord employees, held a protest rally Friday morning at the Corporation Yard in Concord […]