New Hampshire Business Review July 3 2009

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FairPoint appoints high-level transition chief

30 jobs open in Ohio, 60 close in Milford

Panel gives OK to Coos County wind power

Fed sees heightened joblessness drawing out recovery

Volunteers tackle repairs at Monadnock State Park

Volunteers tackle repairs at Monadnock State Park

Council kills support for apartments

LRGH airs financing for major projects

Benson's continues comeback

MS Mt. Washington to get $1 million makeover

$220 stolen from nonprofit ministry

FairPoint 'time running out'?

AG to probe state contract with legislator's firm

New jobless claims are lowest since January

Trail days play important role

Trail days play important role

Pool to close for lifeguard's memorial service

Pool to close for lifeguard's memorial service

Patrick wants more charter schools

Nashua Corp., shareholders settle class action suit

Annual blood drive tops goal with 700 pints

Annual blood drive tops goal with 700 pints

Key part of state budget to face legal test

Ex-Alvirne coach has hearing delayed

Contractor on UNH pipeline claims it was not paid $218g

CBS pulls plug on legendary WBCN

Bottomline turns 20; adds health care customers

Good deals out there but fewer people can get new car loans

Proposed museum site for sale

Couple finding it difficult to get new business going

Couple finding it difficult to get new business going

Union hopeful for deal

New business laws take effect

Entergy pushes for spin-off by end of '09

House health plan outlines higher taxes on rich

Aldermen OK $12m in bonds for work

Vermont gets tough on FairPoint problems

Couple finding it difficult to get new business going

Wet weather bogs down local farmers' harvest

Law is knockout blow to knock-off vendors

Nominees sought for NHBR awards

Mass. budget plan slices health coverage for 30,000

Wolfe's Neck losing its famed beef herd

Data breach finally made known in N.H.

Aldermen OK panel for tax district

N.H. jobless rate rises: Highest since 1993

Despite economic pinch, people still want their boats and RVs

PSNH says sorry, but sticks to plan

District's energy savings add up to award

District's energy savings add up to award

Maine universities win big grant for 'green' research

Plant's revival boosts town's spirits

Mass. firm fined for dumping haz waste at Rochester landfill

Task force has tips to keep younger workers in state

Enterasys fraud cases may be thrown out

Atkinson Country Club opens par 3 course

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