Our Top 20 most clickable stories of the week from Manchester Ink Link

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MANCHESTER, NH — Some interesting stories came through our news desk this week, the top story being about a NH drug counselor who was arrested in Mass. for alleged possession of heroin with intent to sell, and two men who let road rage get the better of their judgement, after they decided to pull off the highway and attack one another with blunt objects.

Other stories that compelled you to click this week: A fire that left three Manchester firefighters injured, a burglar who fell asleep on the job and awoke to the barrel of the homeowner’s gun, the untimely passing of a NH radio personality, and some job openings at City Hall.

And of course, there are also those stories that keep on rising to the top because they are just that clickable and, unfortunately, relevant, like a phone scam story, originally  posted in Dec. 2014.

You can click though and catch up on any stories you missed, or feel free to go through our archives, anytime, with the convenient category tabs in the menu bar above.

NH drug counselor faces heroin trafficking charge in Mass.
Jobs: City of Manchester is hiring
Road Rage comes to blows on Rte. 101 as man with flashlight fights man with angle grinder
Couple finds stranger sleeping in spare bedroom, husband holds him at gunpoint until police arrive
3 firefighters injured in Walnut Street fire, woman badly burned
Supermarket merger: Hannaford and Stop & Shop parent companies announce deal
‘My money is gone; I have no friends. Good bye!’ and other soggy, sordid tales from the Canal Zone
Second inmate ‘walks away’ from state prison half-way house
Some St. Mary’s Bank customers notified of debit card security breach
Building on Hope: Briggs Community Center ready for extreme makeover
Dude, that’s not your car: Police say pair of prowlers may be responsible for multiple car break-ins
Weekly Manchester Police arrest log June 5-12
Summer in the city: The cure for ‘There’s nothing to do’ syndrome
Woman with gunshot wound shows up at 7-Eleven to report shooting, SWAT team comes up empty
Death in the iHeartMedia Family: Remembering Andy Blacksmith
New Hampton sobriety checkpoint results in 9 arrests, 1 summons for open container
Phone scam: ‘You have been chosen to receive a $9,000 government grant…’
4 Manchester hunters among Moose Lottery winners
Podcast: Brett Sellingham, from house barber to gentleman’s spa owner

Latest Manchester Police arrest logs and ‘wanted’ list Sept. 26-Oct. 3


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Longtime NH journalist and publisher of ManchesterInkLink.com. Loves R&B, German beer, and the Queen City!