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August 9 2013

Four N.H. companies awarded job training grants in July

The grants will help train 47 workers in new skills

N.H. Humanities Council fears proposed deep federal cuts August 9 2013

N.H. Humanities Council fears proposed deep federal cuts

Just under 50 percent of the New Hampshire Humanities Council’s roughly $1 million budget comes from the National Endowment for the Humanities

For first half of 2013, future construction down 30 percent from last year August 9 2013

For first half of 2013, future construction down 30 percent from last year

But June totals outpaced the same month last year by nearly 40 percent

Centrix earnings fall, but other numbers climb August 9 2013

Centrix earnings fall, but other numbers climb

Assets climbed to $895 million, up 12 percent

Natural gas again pumps up Unitil earnings July 26 2013

Natural gas again pumps up Unitil earnings

Thanks to the cold winter, the company is more profitable so far this year, with earnings up 24%

St. Mary's Bank customers warned of security breach July 26 2013

St. Mary's Bank customers warned of security breach

The credit union began mailing letters on July 12 to warn of the problem

$55m sought from angel investors to revive USA Springs water plant July 26 2013

$55m sought from angel investors to revive USA Springs water plant

Firm submits request to state to renew water withdrawal permit

July 12 2013

Maine firm’s Portland-Montreal passenger rail plan includes Berlin

The intention is to connect the new rail service with Amtrak’s Downeaster

New Hampshire trucker, law firms file national truck stop suit July 26 2013

New Hampshire trucker, law firms file national truck stop suit

The suit against the Pilot Flying J chain was filed shortly before the quick settlement of a similar case

Velcro Industries opens Boston office; N.H. operations unaffected July 26 2013

Velcro Industries opens Boston office; N.H. operations unaffected

While the Boston office will handle the marketing, finance, HR and other functions, the bulk of its North American presence, will remain in Manchester