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Five N.H. firms win job training grants March 20 2015

Five N.H. firms win job training grants

Total of $27,514 in grants will help train 132 workers

White Mountains quarterly, annual net income fall March 20 2015

White Mountains quarterly, annual net income fall

But book value per share rises for year

Primary Bank clears key state regulatory hurdle March 6 2015

Primary Bank clears key state regulatory hurdle

New Bedford-based bank targets spring opening

N.H. manufacturers look at the future, and want a skilled workforce March 6 2015

N.H. manufacturers look at the future, and want a skilled workforce

In new survey, companies say shortage of qualified employees is their biggest concern

N.H. minimum wage hike proposals echo national debate March 6 2015

N.H. minimum wage hike proposals echo national debate

Some Granite State businesses already seek to provide a ‘livable wage’

A sure sign of spring: Home Depot seeks hundreds of N.H. workers March 6 2015

A sure sign of spring: Home Depot seeks hundreds of N.H. workers

The building supply chain is looking for some 40 more employees for each of the chain’s 20 Granite State stores

N.H. Innovation Research Center seeks grant applications March 6 2015

N.H. Innovation Research Center seeks grant applications

Project proposals sought from Granite State tech firms

N.H. Senate gets ready to vote on tweaked business tax cuts March 6 2015

N.H. Senate gets ready to vote on tweaked business tax cuts

But despite passage, four tax credit bills are in limbo pending budget talks

McLane attorney named N.H. Electric Co-op’s new CEO March 6 2015

McLane attorney named N.H. Electric Co-op’s new CEO

Steven Camerino to succeed Fred Anderson

First Colebrook to rename itself Granite Bank March 6 2015

First Colebrook to rename itself Granite Bank

North Country-based bank plans switch in March

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