New Hampshire Business Review January 30 2009

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City family isn't alone in teaching kids at home

Bode Miller may retire before Olympics

House speaker takes questions live on Internet site

Dover economic development director finally hired

FairPoint issues finally ease up

Senators work to shave off $16 million

Seniors seek tax credits to offset pay for services

Neither N.H., Maine puts fix for bridges on stimulus list

Home-school parents, kids protest bills

Home-school parents, kids protest bills

Benefit at mall for fire victims

Calif. contractor chosen for Berlin prison

Nashua housing proposal rejected

Maine regulators OK Sunday racino gambling

FairPoint issues finally ease up

Deal to buy homes is ruled binding

Deal to buy homes is ruled binding

One private liquor store thrives as state ponders more

Mayor says Manchester layoffs are possible

Keep your heart in check

State budget plan to confront hard choices

GT Solar answers shareholder lawsuits

Deal to buy Nashua homes is ruled binding

Extra heating help for N.H. doesn't make stimulus bill

N.H. settles pollution case with wood-burner

Sandwich group hears how to pave the way for affordable housing

Board hopeful may be charged for gun sale ad

Retail sales rebound, jobless claims fall in latest reports

New acquisition company envisioned to buy Maine newspapers

City investigators seeking cause of 5-alarm fire

City investigators seeking cause of 5-alarm fire

‘Rockefeller’ rejects plea deal

Tremblay is Manchester chamber's citizen of the year

Group wants special district for downtown

Group wants special district for downtown

'Blessing' turns into 'curse' for Laconia's Mr. Fireplace, customers

Bailout plan: $2.5 trillion and a strong U.S. hand

Former Supreme Court justice considers U.S. Senate race

Liquor official pushes 1-drink-per-hour law

School spending plan ready for next step

Dog tracks fight bill that would ban racing

Violence is found to affect NH people more

On paper, town plan up 18%, rate off 1%

Lawmakers start to get traction on medicinal marijuana

Lawmakers start to get traction on medicinal marijuana

Slots slip, chips are down, and casino workers suffer

Payday lender quitting N.H.; 50 to lose their jobs

Violence is found to affect N.H. people more

Gregg's non-votes get reaction back home

A brief history lesson on Pot and the War on Drugs

A brief history lesson on Pot and the War on Drugs

Former EqualLogic executive can seek damages

Nashua group wants special district for downtown

High-tech entrepreneur fined for car crash at historic Portsmouth home

Snowmobile fees to go up

Dam will lower level of Merrimack River

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