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Q&A with local food impresario Keith Sarasin

‘Part of the paramount experience of a farmers dinner is getting to meet your farmer,’ says Keith Sarasin, whose The Farmers dinner has community dinners using all locally sourced products.

Q&A with Office of Energy and Planning Director Myles Matteson

Governor Sununu picked Myles Matteson to head the state Office of Energy and Planning, with the goal of restructuring it as the Office of Strategic Initiative, a kind of government think tank.


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Top Stories

Tax cuts, energy policy changes at stake in NH budget votes

Senate, House to weigh in on budget compromise, accompanying policy changes

New Hampshire home sales fall in May as prices rise

Inventory continues to drop, but new listings show some life

New study puts arts’ economic impact at $120 million in four NH communities

Cultural organizations generate 3,851 full-time jobs in Rochester, Portsmouth, Concord and Monadnock regions

Planet Fitness targets 'dad bods'

Hampton-based franchise passes 10 million-member mark in first quarter

Summer camps serve as economic engines for NH communities

160 licensed camps generate $113 million in direct economic impact says American Camp Association


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Business Advice

The high cost of no feedback

Businesses need to understand how expensive it is to ship mistakes to customers

Top 10 social media issues for businesses

How to avoid a social media meltdown

Inspiring financial prudence

Building a client recognition program that focuses on successful behaviors


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In support of legal services

Fund-raising campaign deserves help to meet a staggering need

NH’s long-term care system is in crisis

Children in need caught in a perfect storm


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NH Business Review Poll

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