The latest release of 2020 census data showed no surprises for New Hampshire: Slow growth within fringe commuting distance of Boston and the Seacoast, not much growth elsewhere, shrinkage up North and along the non-Dartmouth parts of the Connecticut River Valley.

But I did find a couple surprises: A narrow swath of Concord is one of the most ethnically diverse bits of very white New Hampshire (story here) and a baffling data point about one fast-growing town that, so far at least, nobody can explain (story here).

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