New Hampshire Business Review April 10 2009

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Town issues post-prom party alert

U.S. jobless claims rise more than expected

N.H. sees huge bump in weatherization grants

Berlin monument work is moving to Littleton

House gives developers an extension on permitting

Story citing Nashua salaries included a technical snafu

New possible owner for Rochester's Highfield Commons wants to create apartments first

Thrice-deported man nabbed again

Exeter plans train depot expansion

Spartans OK deal to sell building

Spartans OK deal to sell building

Pike delays laying off toll-takers

WBC readies Spring Marketplace

Waste management conference to examine policies, programs

State offers windmill, solar panel incentive

Commemorating victims of the Holocaust

Commemorating victims of the Holocaust

Green tax credit a windfall for paper industry

Vt. Senate holds nose, OKs new taxes

Despite economy, local marina says boats will be prevalent on area lakes

N.H. Charitable Foundation president to retire

Oil prices resist the world’s recession trend

Spartans OK deal to sell building

New Filene’s Basement owner seen as rebuilding chain

Shore owners say N.H. law is all wet

Grease is the word - and fuel - at Chunky's

Grease is the word - and fuel - at Chunky's

City gets $1.3m in stimulus money for transit system

City gets $1.3m in stimulus money for transit system

More being foreclosed into homelessness

U.S. attorney responds to ex-Enterasys exec’s conflict charge

Outlet developer  closes on land

Outlet developer closes on land

Outlet developer closes on land

WBC readies Spring Marketplace

Lakes Region water, sewer projects to split $2.8m in stimulus funds

Superintendent finalists to be named

Improvements set for water system

Boston Globe weighs on Times

Portsmouth's water treatment plant, State Street improvements win stimulus funding

Portsmouth's water treatment plant, State Street improvements win stimulus funding

Same-sex marriage in Maine: Poll finds even split

Luxury boatyards see tide going out

MBTA to lay off 75 to trim deficit

In times of low revenue, beer is flat

In times of low revenue, beer is flat

Nashua gets $1.3m in stimulus money for transit system

Scamman farm, Stratham strike deal to conserve land

FairPoint: Device containing employee info missing

Tougher sex offender law gets AG's backing

Day care's license rescinded

Comcast, network in dispute over finances

Study: 63 dam sites in N.H. might be fitted to produce 25 megawatts of power

Freddie Mac executive found dead

Waste management conference to examine policies, programs

Pennsylvania officials: Expanded gambling has helped us

Aldermanic panel pores over revenue projections

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