New Hampshire Business Review December 5 2008

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PSNH: Crews on the job for 16 hours a day

PSNH: Crews on the job for 16 hours a day

N.H. car loan delinquency rate among lowest

Dollar's slump erases months of solid gains

N.H. Audubon loses its president

Cop killer gets 1st N.H. death sentence in 49 years

HHS mistakenly leaks Medicare recipients' private information

For PSNH, cost is $10m and counting

For PSNH, cost is $10m and counting

Dover waterfront project deadline extended again

Delay OK'd on plan for 'work force housing'

‘Safari fee’ eyed by lawmaker

Sununu gets post on bailout panel

Regulators adopt new credit card rules

On Thursday night, conditions perfect for power disaster

On Thursday night, conditions perfect for power disaster

Across city, pockets struggle on through sixth dark day

Across city, pockets struggle on through sixth dark day

Family dog dies, no one  else hurt in house fire

Family dog dies, no one else hurt in house fire

Low rates lure refinancers, not buyers

High school band hits note for Santa Fund

High school band hits note for Santa Fund

Crews restoring power find a second home at Hampshire Hills

Crews restoring power find a second home at Hampshire Hills

Delay OKd on plan for Nashua workforce housing

For PSNH, cost is $10m and counting

Schools go easy on students in dark

School year might be defined in hours, not days

Govs hear outage woes; Lynch 'impatient'

Despite storm, Meals on Wheels keeps focus on those in need

Despite storm, Meals on Wheels keeps focus on those in need

PSNH: Crews on the job for 16 hours a day

New poll shows 63% are already hurt by downturn

Trial begins on brother-in-laws' driveway fight that ended with shooting

Trial begins on brother-in-laws' driveway fight that ended with shooting

N.H. joins final test of greenhouse gas cap-trade system

Baldacci repeats pledge: No new taxes

Estimated date for power restoration

The Telegraph Santa Fund, Kathryn,

The Telegraph Santa Fund, Kathryn,

Most N.H. banks opt for FDIC program

Light at the end

Light at the end

Boston broadcasters scale back as advertising fades

At the Laundromat, locals do a different kind of cleanup

At the Laundromat, locals do a different kind of cleanup

Wait until tomorrow (or longer)

Sorry, kids: Most area schools have reopened

Sorry, kids: Most area schools have reopened

As if ice storm wasn't enough, snow on the way

As if ice storm wasn't enough, snow on the way

GT Solar suits become class action

N.H. Medicare recipients' privacy violated

Gas, heating oil prices continue to fall

Shaw's sells winning lottery ticket for Tri-State Paycheck

Thieves target generators, condo

Lynch critical of utilities’ communications

Portsmouth auto dealer's lighting dispute hearing delayed

State's first commercial biodiesel plant opening near Nashua Millyard

On Web, gratitude, frustration spill out

Motor vehicle accident in Nashua

Motor vehicle accident in Nashua

State officials weigh two-state, $2m bridges study

Hudson opens landfill to aid residents in cleanup

Hudson opens landfill to aid residents in cleanup

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