New Hampshire Business Review June 19 2009

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N.H. bankruptcy filings remain on record pace

LRGH seeks refinancing to advance project

Sununu won't seek Senate seat in 2010

Official: State union contracts will be tough

News on state revenues isn't good, but it's not all that bad

Goal: Affordable housing in area

N.H. gas prices drop for first time since April

Some worry a new 9 percent tax on camping will keep people away

Lynch vetoes marital masters bill

Job losses rise in June as unemployment reaches 9.5%

Dartmouth welcomes new president

Maine racino prospers but doubt remains over harness racing

Group working to keep seafood local meets

What's open on July 3

What's open on July 3

Fairpoint's new boss admits company's woes

Madoff victim trying to move on

Hold the phone if FairPoint files for bankruptcy

Businesses hold out hope for good weather

Bank is sole bidder in Spartans auction

Bank is sole bidder in Spartans auction

Belmont Lodge operators say they'll take legislative route to overturn tax

Founder of Charlestown firm dies in glider crash

N.H. takes, spends stimulus

N.H. firm aids sale of part of Madoff’s company

$11.5b state budget given OK by Lynch

2 big winners come to fore, feel like $1m

N.H. campers are not a happy group

Sex offender held on alleged violation

No new contract for SEA

JUA case raises concerns over new budget deal

Vt. hires bankruptcy firm for FairPoint case

Guinta, Garrity faulted in bar incident

New laws affecting business start today

N.H. gets $26m in stimulus funds for energy plan

Dems confirm they asked state to probe ex-rep

Dog racing may be gone forever

Hannaford issues beef recall

Small business, banks look for a match at lending expo

Small business, banks look for a match at lending expo

Two Maine pharmacy schools win bid to open this fall

Judge freezes medical malpractice fund

Convicted ex-lawmaker in jail again

College moves in: Great Bay centralizes at Pease

Sunapee seeks OK to expand skiing

State layoffs loom as negotiations continue

Developer seeks $55m after pollution probe

Portsmouth bar fined $8k in plea deal

U.S. home price declines moderating, index says

National Grid challenges PUC rate ruling

Portland Jetport seeks out new Seacoast, York County customers

Gregg discusses health care, economy at Thermo Fisher Scientific tour

Prescription privacy law appeal stymied

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