New Hampshire Business Review August 17 2007

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Lynch vows to fight gas tax

Injured worker finds his status denies him workers’ comp coverage

KDPaine gets special exception for Berlin school conversion

Rules, infrastructure needs pose big hurdle to North Country power projects

Wanted: Young minds

Nashua aldermen quesiton parkway price tag

Audit discovers missing DMV records

WEEI will expand north to air on 11 radio stations

Number of N.H.’s uninsured hits 130,000

Future construction contracts up in July

Jones named N.H. SBA chief

Court puts judge on leave pending investigation

Timberland names two top execs

Number of N.H.’s uninsured hits 130,000

Rules, infrastructure needs pose big hurdle to North Country power projects

Audit: Some DES permits expedited

Newick's to open in Concord

Future construction contracts up in July

Jones named N.H. SBA chief

Jones named N.H. SBA chief

Wyoming jumps in; N.H. keeps its cool

Web menu includes N.H. produce, meat

‘Corrupt corporate culture’ blamed at Enterasys sentencing

‘Corrupt corporate culture’ blamed at Enterasys sentencing

6 of 7 Manchester cabs fail safety inspections

10-year highway plan cuts are challenged in Laconia

Record number of tourists expected over Labor Day

Merger will enrich CBT execs

Win a chance to implode some history

Calls grow for foreigners to have a say on U.S. market rules

Maine home sales, prices up in July

Merger will enrich CBT execs

191 schools in N.H. fail to meet AYP

Derry shop claims ownership of 'steak bomb' sandwich

Effort seeks to cut Maine's excise tax

FairPoint director Bonnie Newman says she's impressed with the company

Mortgage review sessions get borrowers to Manchester City Hall

Support mounting for Vermont dairy price proposal

Housing plan gets an airing in Keene

Passenger numbers at Manchester-Boston airport on the rise

Port director calls allegations 'irresponsible,''horrific'

New batch of Enterasys sentences readied

Cedar Point takes second spot on Inc. 500

Gunfire at union leader’s home called 'retaliation'

Keeping an eye on the bars

Wal-Mart mulls new store types as British rival comes to town

Candia land sale back on track

Newick’s site may soon change hands in Merrimack

Electricians, plumbers will need work permits in Hopkinton

In Washington, aid to homeowners debated

Cedar Point takes second spot on Inc. 500

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