New Hampshire Business Review July 17 2009

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Vehicle break-ins cause for concern

Barker speaks against bear pits

'Cash for Clunkers' a federal headache for local dealers

Living in the spiritual world

Howard gets ghoulish

Portsmouth visit: Sailing group pulls plug on 'Tall Ships' references

Portsmouth crowd divided on health care

House budget chair denies pulling for legislator’s lease

Hearing delayed on St. Stan's plans

Hearing delayed on St. Stan's plans

Offices closing early over funeral

Lucrative fees may deter efforts to alter loans

L.A. looks into Jackson memorial

Wilson to start own label

Lozeau wants to take $3.3m from reserve for shortfall

Lozeau wants to take $3.3m from reserve for shortfall

Windham planners void business park approval

School district to leave 53 jobs unfilled

Bank of America  to close Hudson  branch on Friday

Bank of America to close Hudson branch on Friday

Bank of America to close two N.H. branches

Brookstone reports hefty losses in Q2

Maine home sales increase while prices decrease

Court ruling leaves state with $110m budget hole

Gas price decline slows

Timberland reports second-quarter loss

Cruise ships pump millions into Portland economy, report says

Diplomat gets one year in visa bribery

Warnings don't sway tanning enthusiasts

Increasing postal deficits intensify talks on solution

Condo project scaled back at Rye restaurant site

Study: N.H. the healthiest state for kids

Lawmakers want Vt. Yankee power deal soon

BOE meeting to address budgets

How firms wooed a U.S. agency with billions to invest

Signs point up for Mass. economy

AG pick pledges neutrality

1 hospitalized, 3 sought after shooting

1 hospitalized, 3 sought after shooting

Ford Taurus enthusiasts gather for national convention

Ford Taurus enthusiasts gather for national convention

FairPoint executives grilled at hearing

Jackson's Propofol abuse causes some pain for clinics

Possible charges in rollover accident

Casella amends its annual report

Three advocates will push for energy bill

Survey: N.H. small businesses want health reform

Fraser seeks to reassure its customers

Many find higher meals tax unappetizing

Portsmouth yacht club proposal docked for a while

'Clunkers' program accelerating car-buying demand

Council OKs work paid for by stimulus

Concerns aired on Dover zoning change proposals

Maine regulators order FairPoint to pay $400,000 in penalties

State furlough deal not applicable to all workers

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