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Q&A with League of NH Craftsmen Executive Director Miriam Carter

‘Craftspeople run small businesses in every corner of the state,’ says Miriam Carter, a working artist and executive director of the League of NH Craftsmen.
January 19, 2018

The risk of member deadlock

There are three main ways two-member LLCs can prevent one
January 19, 2018

Paul O’Leary’s legacy

The distinguished former head of the State Police was a ‘trooper’s trooper’
January 19, 2018

Reclaiming civility in the workplace

Let’s not just hope for a better and more civil 2018 but actively work toward making it happen
January 19, 2018

A message to the recovery community

January 19, 2018

Time to revisit natural gas pipeline plans

Another severely cold winter shows the region’s need for more reliable supply
January 19, 2018

Signs of relief for mental health workforce

State is taking meaningful steps to resolve shortcomings
January 19, 2018

Cartoon for the Week of January 19, 2018

January 19, 2018

The state of post-secondary education in the U.S.

Set of disturbing trends put colleges in a difficult financial position
January 19, 2018

Online ‘influencer’ rules

FTC is reining in failure to provide disclaimers for endorsements
January 19, 2018

Top labor law violations: Are you in compliance?

New year brings new opportunity to revisit pay, recordkeeping practices
January 19, 2018

In NH, food insecurity persists

‘The economic recovery has not reached everyone equally’
January 18, 2018

NH commission to weigh turnpike privatization bid

Consortium submits offer to operate system, add commercial rest stops
January 18, 2018

NH Senate approves lead remediation bill

Governor says he’ll sign ‘bipartisan, commonsense compromise’
January 18, 2018

iCAD lays off 21 employees

Nashua-based firm makes move after ending cancer treatment subscription service
January 18, 2018
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