New Hampshire Business Review November 24 2006

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UNH-Odiorne project nixed

Slight worker comp rate cut readied for ’07

New Dem majority takes over

Semprini drops out of state GOP post

Manchester may market 30 acres near Wellington Hill

Landmark blacksmith shop burns to ground

UNH, faculty union fail to reach labor agreement

N.H.'s not alone with rising gas prices

Schumer: Dems working to preserve dairy support

Study says dropout rate raises health costs

Outcry continues against 'view tax' in New Hampshire

Christmas Tree Shops hits snag in Portsmouth

Portsmouth HDC chairman resigns after 20 years

New Rochester Pizza Hut gets environmental clearance

North Country plans: Bring the ATV and RV

N.H. panned on tobacco prevention

Lawmakers elect state employee treasurer

Group says no income tax is part of N.H. way of life

Slight worker comp rate cut readied for ’07

Merrimack board postpones action on plan for over-55 housing, ball fields

Bow horse village may get tentative OK

Kittery cab owner says he is only providing needed service in Portsmouth

Where is the economy headed?

Enterasys trial enters final stage

Subprime loans going from boon to housing bane

Nightclub evicted from Manchester location

Lakeside leasing review sought

Appeal denied in Nashua Corp. case

Group launches effort to dump 'the Pledge'

Holiday shoppers waiting for big sales

Plan for giant mall plan nearly in town’s hands

New Hampshire ranked third for health

Enterasys trial enters final stage

Pease Development Authority buys land near runway

Study sees N.H. livable wage at $10-$20 an hour

Collins grills agencies on foreign labor

New Hampshire ranked third for health

Timberland launches N.Y. urban Web site

Public adds to vision of Dover waterfront project

UNH faculty contract talks now headed to fact-finder

Limits eyed for chains in Portsmouth historic area

N.H. home heating aid is on its way

Business owners concerned over Portsmouth building height proposal

KANA brings customer support back to U.S.

UNH may use renewable energy source to power campus

Wall Street Journal to change look

KANA brings customer support back to U.S.

Belknap County council: Home violence is bad for business

Enterasys prosecution rests; defense likely won't call witnesses

Taxes, fees fall short of mark

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