New Hampshire Business Review June 22 2007

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Big Hanover house taken to court

Weather's effects on tourism are mixed

Tall ships to arrive in Portsmouth on Friday

Three Maine plants to be sold to investment firm

PSNH's residential customers will see their bills go up slightly

PSNH's residential customers will see their bills go up slightly

Judge says Maine-N.H. car registration case can go forward against Kittery lawyer

Tepid year for pool installation

Brady Sullivan makes room for dormitories

Portsmouth chamber welcomes new chairman of the board

At IBM, a smarter way to outsource

Study: Broadband growth rate is slowing

NHTI plans health education center

Officials work to reopen Vt. paper mill

State Department orders young diplomats to serve at N.H., La. passport centers

Tyco splits into three companies

Power company to pay state $1.2 million settlement

Waterfront development process continues in Dover

Contest between Vermont and N.H. declared a draw

Drinking lobby opposes checkpoints

N.H. ends fiscal '07 with extra $85m

Lynch signs R&D credit bill

Housing grant to aid Manchester project

Keene State expands its reach

Lynch vetoes bill altering damages in civil lawsuits

‘Sicko’ to begin showing in N.H. Friday

Lynch signs R&D credit bill

Housing grant to aid Manchester project

Fireworks sales booming, as well as illegal use

Deal has O'Naturals on a roll

Mortgage meltdown prompts call for more enforcement in N.H.

Chittenden Bank changes to be minimal

Home Depot reopens at new Portsmouth site

The racino solution

Race fans hit the road

Smuttynose-related ordinance revisited in Portsmouth

Manchester civic leader Ron Pappas dies

Three office projects planned at Tradeport

Tourism: They will come - but may do less

Portsmouth faces another suit over HarborCorp project

Nashua chamber looks to reconnect with city

FairPoint vows 250 N.H. jobs

Lempster wind farm gets state approval

Capital Center picks new director

N.H. receives GraniteCare waiver

Barber, Boey sentenced in Enterasys fraud

$1.5M theft plot against Keene firm alleged

Granite Meadows approved in Raymond

Tweeters gets 2 Chapter 11 bids

Enterasys judge puts shareholder loss at $97m

N.H. receives GraniteCare waiver

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