New Hampshire Business Review March 13 2009

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NH's food pantries feeling the squeeze

100 FairPoint customers put out by DSL outages

PDA says it can't take over Hampton Beach development

Why aren't the homeless center and welfare offices busier?

GDP revised down for 4th quarter

Belknap County economic group notes strains, but casts hopeful eye on future

Teachers nix raises to help lessen cuts

N.H. Senate backs 36% interest cap

Geithner calls for major overhaul of financial rules

Rochester plans to use federal stimulus funds to rehab

Who's minding the fleet? Unused DOT car points to lax management of state vehicles

City ceremony marks Greek independence

City ceremony marks Greek independence

FairPoint goes public with plan for service

State Climate Action Plan unveiled

PSU president says impact of economic downturn limited

For Nashua man, day has a dual meaning

For Nashua man, day has a dual meaning

Issues raised at Ayotte's hearing

Calif. revives case tied to 'Rockefeller'

Judge: N.H. courts in trouble

House votes to repeal capital punishment

Delaware North ends Balsams partnership

Amusement company cited by OSHA for safety violations

Local leaders blast Maine DOT over Portsmouth-Kittery bridges

Work-force housing decision upheld

House OKs medicinal marijuana

Kacavas may be next U.S. attorney

Portsmouth Islington Street corridor project 'a mile of opportunity'

Regulators eye $7.2m Vt. Blue Cross retirement payment

City plans curbside pickup of soft yard waste

Workforce housing decision upheld

N.H. Public TV lays off 5 employees

N.H.'s food pantries feeling the squeeze

Toll relief bill falls flat

Toll relief bill falls flat

Portsmouth Naval Shipyard to hire 'hundreds'

The plan for a new-look Islington Street

Southern New Hampshire University to close Laconia center

Idling limits for trucks fail in House

Vt. IHOP taps into the 'real stuff'

Rail firm guilty of not reporting toxic spill

Windham spec house sold at auction

Not all debt relief created equal

City eyeing $5.9m in housing funds

City eyeing $5.9m in housing funds

Hudson board relents on kindergarten

Hudson board relents on kindergarten

Hanover may acquire water works

Board OKs fire contract

Board OKs fire contract

DES hopes to stretch sewer aid

Survivor brunch to air

Tips for credit card debt

Swanzey Market Basket could open in 2010

Real estate listings on rise in Boston; some feel a thaw

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