New Hampshire Business Review May 9 2008

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Feedback varies for Henniker power plant plan

Legislature OKs bill to block unemployment tax rise

Backer withdraws Conway methadone clinic proposal

$200 million revenue gap forecast

UNH study: N.H. mental health system broken

StockerYale cuts short stockholder meeting

Concord workforce housing plan faces new challenge

Skyrocketing oil prices stump experts

Condos at historic Mont Vernon Inn get green light

Hospital shopping: Now patients can compare ratings online to see which is best

Summer visitor rush gets off to a slow start

Woman: Buggy Verizon ad offends

RGGI, workforce housing bills make their way to governor’s desk

Eaton says another Senate run possible

Judge asks lawyer to justify road suits

Survey finds jobs key to Coos County's future

AirTran begins Vermont service

Bill aids municipal workers on salaries

Souhegan hydro dams face uncertain future

State poised to approve bonds for LRGH project

Franklin business owners gather to air beefs

Fire chief sees Motorcycle Week being especially busy due to timing

LRGH, Anthem agreement in the works?

New 'pledge' would cap state spending

Keene company recalls baby blankets

Sports complex proposal advances in Belmont

Pennichuck to issue 16.5 cent dividend

Labsphere to open China plant

Hair stylists trained to spot signs of abuse

Sen. Kennedy, N.H. go way back

Gregg pushes for worker visa extension

Officials: N.H. not having 911 woes like Maine

Liberty Lane IPO expected this week`

Green light for regional recycling center

Entergy nuclear spinoff plan meets resistance in New York

Henniker to air plans for wood-burning site

Ezenia posts loss in first quarter

Littleton group gets block grant for co-op project

TD Banknorth: Hannaford breach affected accounts

Dems reject creating income tax commission

Jury awards prison guards nearly $2m

PSNH dodges hydroelectricity contract

FairPoint admits 911 errors in Maine

Belmont selectmen envy Exit 20's growth

Summit to promote women’s leadership

Nashua firm loses appeal in Oracle IP suit

Pension reform cost debated

Lynch swears in new DOT commissioner

Troubled StockerYale seeks to buy Canadian firm

Governor signs small-business health insurance law

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