New Hampshire Business Review April 24 2009

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FairPoint says its rough start wasn't that bad

Vt. law getting attention as possible solution for troubled newspapers

N.H. unveils meetings planning Web sites

Panel backs bill to create alert for missing

Panel backs bill to create alert for missing

Ayotte: Craigslist needs to clean up

N.H. car dealer protections become law

Saunders restaurant site plan opposed in Rye

Exeter theater meets goal

UNH business school will likely be built close to downtown

Demolition begins on building destroyed by fire

Demolition begins on building destroyed by fire

Primary care doctors a tough find in area

Granite Staters polled are pessimistic about economy

State working to help its unemployed Lynch extends jobless benefits

Condition of 3rd teen upgraded

Family says teen left a legacy of happiness

Family says teen left a legacy of happiness

Brookstone claims department stores stole fork idea

UNH panel: Merge with Franklin Pierce Law

Same-sex marriage passed to governor

House OKs insurance company campaign contributions

Nonprofits to talk ethics in Portsmouth

Aldermanic committee gives budget OK as it is

Bohenko 'cautiously optimistic' about Portsmouth's future

EPA wants details on coal plants

Cell phones top land lines for first time

CPEX reports exec compensation

Brookstone claims department stores stole fork idea

Swine flu suspected in Derry

Swine flu suspected in Derry

Board member term still vacant

Catholic Charities sees more need for help, drop in giving

N.H. confirms its 2nd case of H1N1 flu

Lakes Region college sees prison closing as 'an opportunity'

At forum, case made for better care for veterans

At forum, case made for better care for veterans

2 N.H. senators frown on new tax

Bank of America needs $33.9 billion cushion, U.S. says

White Mountains sees $30m 1Q gain

FairPoint's problems prove costly

Globe, guild reach deal

Radio contract dispute giving N.H. Sox fans static

City has 2nd probable case of swine flu

WERZ eliminates local morning DJs

Same-sex marriage opponents turn up heat on Gov. Lynch

Tentative deal in Presstek class action

Bright spot in downturn: new hiring is robust

Teen charged with burglary and arson at several homes

Timberland reports earnings, revenue decline

Panel pushes compromise on car legislation

It's in the bag: Consumers switch to reusable grocery sacks

Helping teens find employment

2 renowned jazz musicians to visit school

NPR sports show host likes the give and take

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