New Hampshire Business Review July 20 2007

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‘Smuttynose' ordinance proposal to be revamped in Portsmouth

Crotched Mt. sues fired worker

Group embarks on global-warming awareness march in N.H.

GT Solar wins $171m order in China

Enterasys prosecutors question questionnaire

Enterasys prosecutors question questionnaire

Auburn mulls traffic effect of dome plan

GT Solar wins $171m order in China

Hooksett offers to rehire one fired worker

Enrollment period begins for expanded health coverage

N.H. group buys Sheraton Nashua

NRC gives tentative OK to Vt. Yankee

More money needed to fix N.H. highways, lawmakers told

The rains come in and the phones go out

Derry children's museum could get second life

Study hints power rates to stay high

Dirigo Paper ordered out of Vermont facility

Lynch pledges Franklin cleanup support

CB Richard Ellis has strong 2Q

Vermont's Unicel employees await news about their jobs

Foss creditors clear key legal hurdle

New primary system proposed in U.S. Senate

Vermont AG to review Verizon-Unicel deal

Foss creditors clear key legal hurdle

$1.3 million missing from Crotched Mountain Foundation

State office of Alzheimer's Association reopens

Home crisis on the horizon?

N.H. receives $150k EPA brownfields grant

Manager: Dover council will honor deal with museum

New slot machines boost Maine businesses

House committee to look at boat speed limits

Air travel delays: bad, getting worse

State Street project hits snag in Portsmouth

Simon sees income fall

Plug pulled on Meredith signs

E-ZPass violator list gets shorter, but state is still going after 3,700

Verizon rate-hike deal is rejected by Maine PUC

Verizon Wireless to buy Unicel parent

Md. officials oppose new legal policy at Comcast

Ex-Enterasys controller responds to SEC charges

Ex-Enterasys controller responds to SEC charges

Music Hall's desire for traffic-free Chestnut St. gets test run

Hooksett 4 set off new fireworks

Verizon Wireless to buy Unicel parent

Report analyzes mental health care needs in rural N.H.

Two train their sights on Fish and Game job

Many say minimum wage hike won’t have much of an effect in N H.

Merrimack council takes toll protest a step further

Larger retail space eyed for Raymond land

Report analyzes mental health care needs in rural N.H.

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