June-9 2017

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Q&A with local food impresario Keith Sarasin

Q&A with local food impresario Keith Sarasin

‘Part of the paramount experience of a farmers dinner is getting to meet your farmer,’ says Keith Sarasin, whose The Farmers dinner has community dinners using all locally sourced products.
A billion-dollar business?

A billion-dollar business?

Liquor Commission’s ‘ambitious’ growth plans
Employers urged to tap older workforce for needs

Employers urged to tap older workforce for needs

Summit points to a ‘lost opportunity’ to fill jobs
Lancaster’s Polish princess

Lancaster’s Polish princess

Downtown bakery is a dream come true

Mr. Quinlan: tear down this wall

Revenue reform is the answer

How will tourists get to New Hampshire?

Making maple syrup and saving the world

A pathway to teaching in the North Country

WMCC-PSU program allows future teachers to learn, live and work in the region
Coos planners have questions for Cog hotel

Coos planners have questions for Cog hotel

The high cost of no feedback

The high cost of no feedback

Businesses need to understand how expensive it is to ship mistakes to customers
In support of legal services

In support of legal services

Fund-raising campaign deserves help to meet a staggering need
Report: 22,000 New Hampshire homes at risk of storm surge

Report: 22,000 New Hampshire homes at risk of storm surge

CoreLogic analysis puts total reconstruction value at $5.5 billion
Ground broken on state’s largest solar array

Ground broken on state’s largest solar array

Two-megawatt NH Electric Cooperative project expected to be online at end of 2017
Mass. developer wants condos at Hampton Beach hotel site

Mass. developer wants condos at Hampton Beach hotel site

Pending OK, 18 upscale units planned for Brownie’s property

House easily passes biomass industry-backed energy bill

Measure goes to Senate as BIA urges governor to veto it

The good jobs imperative

For New Hampshire’s economy to grow, we need to build on our strengths and invest in our people

New Hampshire business bankruptcies drop in May

But individual filings rise slightly
Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Around New Hampshire

SymQuest Group donates $11,000 in grants to nonprofits in the Upper Valley, U.S. Cellular to hold free seminar on mobile security ... and more
NH High Tech Council to honor Entrepreneur of the Year on June 13

NH High Tech Council to honor Entrepreneur of the Year on June 13

Finalists include executives at RAPID Manufacturing, Siege Technologies and Avitide Inc.
Kuster introduces Workforce Development Act to promote job training

Kuster introduces Workforce Development Act to promote job training

Bill would award $5,000 employer tax credits per partnership or trained employee
Rainforest Alliance increases operational efficiency with Scribe Software

Rainforest Alliance increases operational efficiency with Scribe Software

Scribe Online provides greater data accessibility for sustainable practices certification program
ProPhotonix supplies robotic guidance application

ProPhotonix supplies robotic guidance application

Salem-based manufacturer has delivered more than 100,000 custom laser diode modules
New co-CEO takes helm at former Performance Sports Group

New co-CEO takes helm at former Performance Sports Group

‘Absolutely we are not moving’ from New Hampshire, he says
Top 10 social media issues for businesses

Top 10 social media issues for businesses

How to avoid a social media meltdown
UNH researchers say rising sea levels threaten Seacoast roads

UNH researchers say rising sea levels threaten Seacoast roads

Faster deterioration, rising maintenance costs seen
Concord’s Crisis Center picked for ‘extreme makeover’

Concord’s Crisis Center picked for ‘extreme makeover’

Building on Hope chooses facility for its next community-supported renovation project
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rudown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rudown

Rochester forum looks at housing and jobs … and more
Senate budget shoots for more business tax cuts, higher Section 179 deduction cap

Senate budget shoots for more business tax cuts, higher Section 179 deduction cap

This week’s vote also would increase infrastructure, school spending and shuffle state agencies
SHOP health insurance marketplace on the chopping block

SHOP health insurance marketplace on the chopping block

ACA insurance portal for small business has failed to gain traction in New Hampshire
Library services corporations push back on federal budget cuts

Library services corporations push back on federal budget cuts

80 companies unite to prevent elimination of Institute for Museum and Library Services
New Hampshire remains "strong player" in Clean Tech Index

New Hampshire remains "strong player" in Clean Tech Index

But state continues to drop in overall ranking
Cloud services bound to boost AI processing power

Cloud services bound to boost AI processing power

Greater cognitive intelligence will improve work efficiency says IBM's general manager of cloud services
Unlocking the secrets to ransomware attacks

Unlocking the secrets to ransomware attacks

A layered approach to security is the best defense
Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

HappsNow strikes deal with Brockton Rox, UNH schedules Marine Innovation Day ... and more
Nashua-based laser micro manufacturer opens Lightspeed lab in San Diego

Nashua-based laser micro manufacturer opens Lightspeed lab in San Diego

Resonetics expands processing capabilities for medical clients
New Trump budget proposal spells out business assistance cuts

New Trump budget proposal spells out business assistance cuts

At least a dozen programs benefiting NH companies face elimination, with reductions for even more
People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

People and Property: NH Real Estate and Construction News Rundown

Hampstead event center sold for $2.4 million … and more
NH single-family inventory falls in April as prices rise

NH single-family inventory falls in April as prices rise

Total sales drop over 12 percent from a year ago

Former Belmont manufacturing facility sold for $1.25 million

Company plans to move from Alton, offer professional office space, storage units
Understanding certificates of insurance

Understanding certificates of insurance

How to examine a COI and mitigate the risks
Senate measure would tie municipal hands on Airbnb rules

Senate measure would tie municipal hands on Airbnb rules

Inspections would be made more difficult under last-minute amendment

Statewide expansion of Coos tax break goes to governor’s desk

Measure offers property tax exemption for new commercial/industrial construction
Demystifying the BYOD world

Demystifying the BYOD world

How to address the host of data security challenges presented by employees using their own devices for work
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