New Hampshire Business Review January 18 2008

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Dodds campaign worker testifies

Chicago Title raises ante vs. Steuks

Shoreland regulation changes outlined in Plymouth

Ex-Libertarian leader moves to ax planning board in Grafton

N.H. lawmakers aim to push back health subsidy deadline

N.H. jobs creation slows

Vt. neighbors unite to get high-speed Internet

Litigation won’t prevent publication of Nashua author’s book

Wal-Mart Supercenter to open in Woodsville

Former PUC director dies

New border restrictions worry businesses on the line

Study sees dearth of women in upper management

Steam plant owners talk to Concord residents

Technical change for N.H. campuses

Gas prices to spike again, analysts say

Lynch says boat speeds not the worst problem on the lakes

Tax credit backed for some home purchases

Small Business Day at State House nears

Another toll-relief Merrimack proposal fails

Selling the nonski slopes

Hospital eyes branch site in Gilford

Bill aims to stop practice that left injured officer without a job

Nashua company buys ex-Corning property for $8.3m

N.H. bills boost worker housing

Lancaster hospital to stop delivering babies

Sausage vendor still selling on town land

Vt. businesses predict health-care collapse

O’Naturals in deal with Hannaford chain

Roundabout may solve Peterborough shopping center issue

428-unit complex proposed in Hooksett

Senate to address retirement system reform

Foreign workers may boost N.H. economy

Board questions FairPoint's financial soundness

Administrative Services chief to retire

Administrative Services chief to retire

Tuesday's opening arguments: Conniving candidate or accident survivor?

Officials mull NRC Vt. Yankee review

Public, private combo outlined for Gould Hill orchard

Lynch scuttles new gambling efforts in state

Claremont mayor won't fight for job

Lawsuits vs. Portsmouth hotel plan cut down to two

Memorial Bridge closure spans several months

Bill would target N.H. crypts

Nashua ambulance firm pays nearly $1m for overbilling

Adequate education to cost N.H. nearly $900m

N.H. businesses team up for nonprofit fund-raisers

Vote set for small claims court changes

Primary's boost to economy meteoric

Ellacoya sold to Mass. company

Goulder, co-founder of Sanders, dies at 87

Businesses step in to fill void left by closure of Manchester market

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