New Hampshire Business Review July 3 2008

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N.H. Food Bank: 'This is the lowest we've seen'

Henniker zoning board hears power plant request

Newmarket panel may up density in the mill district

Nashua chamber makes downtown wireless official

'Unresponsive' Dodds taken to hospital

Federal funds target Berlin fire hazards

LRGHealthcare and Anthem reach pact

Maine water sale foes plan ordinance campaign

Economic conditions force a drop in lobster prices, sellers say

Legal threats delay Concord workforce housing decision

StockerYale replies to Virtek

Eastern League All-Star Game is a real hit

CVS eyes three new stores in Salem

Bethlehem landfill meeting draws impassioned opponents

Portwalk: About 75% parking cut

Merrimack group opposed to developing Horseshoe Pond will not appeal

Vt. warns out-of-state wood may have beetle infestation

BAE's missile defense goes commercial

Proposed 210-unit complex intended for UNH students

Merrimack firm lands $18m in venture financing

Dover has big ideas for train station

Businessman buys site of proposed topless club in Windham

Vt. governor supports repeat of tax-free weekend

N.H. office buildings near top in energy efficiency

Wal-Mart plans inch forward in Hinsdale

Union evergreen bill signed by Lynch

Governor hears truckers' frustrations

Supreme Court decision could allow buy-back of Portsmouth hospital

Concerns remain over Berlin biomass plant

Dartmouth proposes $52m arts center

Lynch clears way for Clegg's surgery bill

Fed chief bleak on economic outlook

Residents perturbed by powerline proposal

StockerYale rebuffed again in takeover try

Weekly 'Argus' ending publication

N.H. unemployment unchanged in June

Seeing bad loans, investors flee from bank shares

Student debt in N.H. 2nd in nation

Slumping Mass. housing market could get worse before it gets better

Merrimack mall plan review set to continue

Economic forum targets potential of Concord-to-Boston line

Manchester ballpark bill is shared affair

Laconia’s profit from Bike Week put at $25,000

Red River doesn't get property tax grant

Linking education and business

London company acquires Manchester firm

Business leaders speculate about fate of Merrimack plant

Berlin credit union sues over fake bank CD

Downeaster has big uptick in riders

Natural gas rates expected to climb in Maine

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