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Concord Crime and Tragedy

It was another busy week at Concord NH Patch.

Crime, last week's business tournament post, the I-89 two-car accident, an overview of the upcoming Obama vs. Romney presidential race, and the tragic events in Greenland were just some of the more popular stories and posts that engaged readers during the last week here at Concord NH Patch. 

I just want to let readers know that there has been a portal page created for all , in case you missed any of the stories and for future updates.

Tops this week

Here are the top stories and posts from April 7 to April 13, sans polls:

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Other stuff

Here are some of the other posts and stories you may have missed this week:

Festival of Literacy Saturday; Judy Collins on Sunday

Where's the Fire?

LIVE BLOG: Joe Biden in Exeter

Concord Chefs Cook to Fight Childhood Hunger

Former Gov. Benson Endorses Smith

ARRESTS: Andover Woman Allegedly Issues Bad Checks for Rent

Claims by Wife Who Requested Amber Alert Being Eyed

Lamontagne, Smith Meet-and-Greet

Second Lawsuit Filed in Rand Case

Recent House Sales in Concord

Senate Tables Right-to-Work Bill

Roemer to Hold Twitter Town Hall

Heard Called 'Heart' of Concord

Teacher Business Grant Applications Now Being Accepted

E-ZPass Transponders Drop in Price

State to Shut Off Some Street Lights

UPDATE: Jail Uprising Resolved

Text Messages Get Franklin Man in Hot Water

New Marilynne Robinson Book a Popular Title in Concord

I-89 Reopens After Accident

Concord Co-op Healthy Living Fair Set for May 12

Concord to Consider Redistricting Lawsuit

Retired Concord Firefighter Honored

Voter ID Bill Plows Ahead in NH

Nobis Named SBA Small Business Person of the Year

Honoring Community Partners

Go Local: Concord is One of New England's Best Cities

Clerk That Was Robbed Files Lawsuit Against State

Mayor, Others Honored in May

Bishop Libasci's Easter Message

IMAGE GALLERY: Easter Egg Hunt

Deering Man Allegedly Assaults Woman

Penacook Community Center Staffers, Families Head to D.C. for Easter

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