New Hampshire Business Review April 11 2008

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State concerned about Salem drinking water supply

House rejects participation in federal data program

Pease business owner predicts computing revolution, 5,000-plus employees

Employees' say may be cut in half on retirement board

Brooks's lawyer faces removal

Southwest is eyeing Logan

Vermont House approves bill to require more decommissioning money from Vermont Yankee owner

Brookstone sales can't fend off loss

Unitil 1Q earnings jump

Maine says workers will be needed

N.H. housing imbalance called bad for economy

Lyons to help McCain instead of challenging Lynch

Nonresidential construction contracts rise in March

Officials clash on Skyhaven's potential fiscal impact

Private firms could provide kindergarten

State closes Nashua nursing program

Housing plan for seniors moves forward in Pembroke

Hannaford spends millions on upgrades

'Whistleblower' status denied to ex-port workers

‘Evergreen' clause passes House hurdle

Lenders' aid for borrowers is seen lacking

Puzzle, precaution over plastic

Officials' tempers flare over Vermont Yankee bill

Snowe's bill bars genetic discrimination

Liberty Mutual to buy Safeco for $6.2 billion

International Salt contract extended at state pier

Government seeks to buy student loans

Senator betting on new gaming tax

Unions seek court help over retirement

Bank of America profit off 77%

Louisiana spring break trip to delay Dodds' bail hearing

Las Vegas lawyer targeted in Brooks case

Unions file lawsuit against state retirement system

Bank tries alternative to payday loans

Boat speed limit debated again

BAE cuts 57 jobs, consolidates print shop facilites

Fidelity transfers work to Albuquerque, says no layoffs

Dirigo taxes upset Maine business community`

Key Vt. House panel approves groundwater bill

Dover Planning Board revisits proposed 62-unit development plan tonight

Gas reaches $3.50, with little hope for relief

Blue Seal acquires Mass. competitor

Business owners urge health-care coverage plan

Embattled Judge Coffey stepping down

With prices inching higher, many are driving less and griping more

Retail sales slow to a crawl

Local hospitals adopt electronic medical records across practices

Hart's Turkey Farm to open Manchester eatery

Paper mill contract has union approval

Salem Planning Board set to discuss plans for Lowe's

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