New Hampshire Business Review February 13 2009

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Instructor out at SNHU after scandal reveals some sordid moments in his past

Ruger reports ’08 sales increase, earnings dip

DHMC to defer raises until June

Company fined for dumping boulders

Pelham may consider two-state school plan

Lawmakers make last-minute appeal to save Dover passport center

Lakes Region home resales, prices drop

Shaheen recommends two for U.S. marshal

Mascoma starts cellulosic ethanol demonstration plant

Nashua political donations to be posted on Web

Layoffs and cutbacks affect environmental organizations

Comments sought on effect of export controls on sales

Burger King site eyed for yacht club

Keene men convicted in hats in court case

Keene men convicted in hats in court case

Unitil gas rates to dip 17%

Unitil gas rates to dip 17%

White Mts. gets ‘excellent’ rating

City eyes Spartans' building

City eyes Spartans' building

Pease officials: Tradeport doing well in tough times

Political donations to be posted on Web

Prices fall, but U.S. home sales hit 12-year low

Some 108 Hollis trees are marked for removal after ice storm

Some 108 Hollis trees are marked for removal after ice storm

Hodes demands company return government money

School buses exempted in House seat-belt bill

School buses exempted in House seat-belt bill

Instructor out at SNHU after scandal reveals some sordid moments in his past

Fed Chairman says recession will extend through the year

Fed Chairman says recession will extend through the year

New office building proposed for Pease

FairPoint sorry for service during switch-over

Ethan Allen layoffs concern northern N.H.

Tour town's 'Model Forest'

Freudenberg-NOK to close Franklin plant

County joins Rx program

Aykroyd on wine, NH, 'Ghostbusters'

CPEX readies new Nasulin trial

Bill allowing dog racing to continue could be revived

Library upgrade bidding due soon

N.H. chief justice looks to save cash

N.H. weatherization program sees big funding increase

Q&A session on addition

Vote sidetracks special ed aid plan

First up? N.H.'s jobless workers

Homeowners told: It could be worse

Wine sales up at retail locations

Steeplegate Mall owner stops short of bankruptcy

Blog-to-be on FairPoint FAST TV service hits some dead air

Grafton County treasurer shows up, makes amends

Drinking our blues away? Liquor official says no

Want to see sharp, dependable post-analog TV shows at home? Me, too

Scout wants to build orienteering course at Merrimack preserve

Scout wants to build orienteering course at Merrimack preserve

Pitching new wine, Aykroyd draws crowd at Nashua store

Pitching new wine, Aykroyd draws crowd at Nashua store

Justices hear cases on paying for Superfund cleanups

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