New Hampshire Business Review May 8 2009

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Kmart sues over alleged Hooksett flooding

Texting drivers may soon face new penalties

Lawmakers aim for marriage compromise

Mass. unemployment rate rises to 8%

Economist expects more job loss in N.H.

New filings fall, but long-term job claims rise

Town Council proposal would phase out support for MYA

Town Council proposal would phase out support for MYA

N.H. utilities at different stages regarding ‘smart grid’

Weather, not economy will decide summer tourism success

Talking trash after the holidays

Teen charged with assaulting child

Lower gasoline prices likely to bring more travelers to the region

Economic recovery in Vt. likely in 2011-12, report says

Examiner hears trooper claim Gorsuch at wheel

Keene envisioned as vibrant arts center

Delays threaten Maine in energy race

Concord museum finds home in Manchester Millyard

Market taking Realtors on rough ride

Groundswell of support: Public signing petition on behalf of Poulin Auto

Bill cuts jail time for misdemeanors

Executive Council hikes I-95 toll

A foreign buyer could put Saturn's image into orbit

'Lovely letters' save Colebrook bakery

Shaheen, small-business group tour Nashua company

4 state GM dealers say they'll close

Belknap County gives energy-saving measures cold shoulder

N.H. House to consider utility tree-trimming bill

Winchester Industrial park proposal mulled

Momentum grows for executive pay rules

Menu labeling bill introduced by U.S. lawmakers

Nashua child among 2 people diagnosed with H1N1

Holiday events include parade

Portsmouth physician fears health care reform will cave in to industry

Burlington Airport sees fewer passengers in April

Vt. claims role in fuel standards

Boston TV stations share the air in bid to weather economy

I-93 noise, project irritate Windham residents

Votes may come today on altered gay marriage bill

Mass. Senate approves sales tax hike

U.S. may add new financial watchdog

TD Bank may buy bank chain in Florida

U.S. housing starts drop on apartments, condominiums

High 'summer melt' rate adds to UNH budget concerns

GM dealers ‘hush-hush’ on closing notices

Laser system maker plans to double size of plant

Thirty years coming, new Hudson library has busy opening day

Thirty years coming, new Hudson library has busy opening day

N.H. school districts to feds: Pay up

State unemployment rate remains steady

2nd Women’s Leadership Summit planned at SNHU

Copyright office bogged down by new system

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