New Hampshire Business Review February 1 2008

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House puts onus on DES in wetlands permit process

Inquiry set on health-care billing

Home builders halt campaign funds after setback

Google 'Street View' reaches southern N.H.

Estate accepts financial review

Presstek charges patent infringement

Ex-Powerhouse gym owner in court on fraud charges

PSNH, agency face major difference

Hearing tonight on elderly care facility zoning proposal in Portsmouth

Hearing tonight on elderly care facility zoning proposal in Portsmouth

Laid-off mill workers, Lynch to meet Monday

Justice Dept. approves Clear Channel buyout

C&J breaks from Trailways

Economy now top issue for many in the Granite State

Lawmakers spike bottle bill — again

Dodds: Lies told in court

Payday lenders want to alter bill

Former shipyard commander says base safe until 2010-11

New England cities grapple with foreclosures' fallout

Keene expo center still on track

N.H. zoning policies decried

Newmarket development rejected

Nashua housing geared toward lower-income buyers

House panel votes to ban texting while driving

Manchester Citizen of the Year: Five decades of dedication celebrated

Dodds’ wife says other woman prompted campaign move

Retail sales post surprising rebound

Gas, diesel prices drop

Officials say Portland's airport grows at region's fastest clip

Lawyer, GOP activist Christo dies

Officials: 'Let's not panic' over Cascade mill layoffs

Buckey quits Democratic Senate primary race

Penacook tannery likely to be demolished

Fraser Papers laying off 167 at Gorham mill

Mortgage crisis spreads past subprime loans

Merrimack board to take up outlet mall plan

Chittenden closes out with income dip

New ownership ready to shape up troubled Hudson gym

Travelers to Europe may face fingerprinting

Dodds recalled as pale and weak

Ski resorts cope with limits on seasonal workers

Pease aiport plans $5 million terminal expansion

N.H. seizes trust over alleged loss of $15m

Businesses urge action on education funding constitutional amendment

Lynch plans freeze on hiring, equipment buys

Vt. granite industry feels pinch

Portsmouth porn shop crackdown targets viewing booths

Foss auditors blamed in latest complaint

Health record privacy rules may get tighter

Lawsuit filed in Vt. hospital death

Groveton energy park plans are a no go, for now

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