New Hampshire Business Review October 10 2008

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Job losses accelerate, signaling deeper distress

PDA work session looks to strengthen vision, priorities

Bay State foreclosure figures on rise again

Coal tar removal to begin in Gilford

Firemen picket at City Hall

Beyer taking his bow at Meredith Village Savings

Brooks: An iPod for every prisoner

Heating oil, diesel prices continue to decline

Ex-auto dealer charged with theft in court

Lynch backs GOP Senate candidate

Mortgage firm sues seven ex-N.H. employees

N.H. man accused of bilking investors through Pa. business

First to see girl saw dire situation

First to see girl saw dire situation

Brookstone loses $10.4m in quarter

3 vie for open Senate seat for Nashua wards, Hollis, Brookline, Mason

3 vie for open Senate seat for Nashua wards, Hollis, Brookline, Mason

DOT shuts off high-mast lights near Portsmouth Traffic Circle

Small schools may get more aid

OPEC ponders choices as oil prices plummet

Speeding charge puts man in more trouble

House leader,  'maverick' face off in Senate race

House leader, 'maverick' face off in Senate race

GOP challenger would push bills for more offshore drilling

GOP challenger would push bills for more offshore drilling

Study finds shortage of livable-wage jobs

Judge won’t remove Kozlowski asset freeze

Trash from an office could bite its patients

Defense says mom didn't kill girl

Defense says mom didn't kill girl

600 apply for 80 jobs at N.H. store

Stonyfield seeks meeting on scrubber plans

Could Bretton Woods again host the world?

Jobless trends trouble Maine state labor chief

Brooks, the businessman they knew

Bradley says things have gone downhill

Bradley says things have gone downhill

Manchester bus riders may be left out in the cold

City clerk put on unpaid leave in Manchester

Vt. set to broaden LIHEAP eligibility

McCain predicts NH victory

McCain predicts NH victory

Dem rep hears from workers dissatisfied with conditions

Dem rep hears from workers dissatisfied with conditions

Firefighters deal vetoed by Lozeau

Vt. jobless rate highest in 15 years

New Englanders plan to spend 6.7% less, survey says

Trash from an office could bite its patients

Trash from an office could bite its patients

Legal troubles still hanging over Nashua developer

Dodds expected to plea, avoid jail

Bailouts spur calls to end tax dodges

Gas prices sliding in Granite State

Recycling better than reported

U.S. is said to be urging new mergers in banking

Sick child gets wish with moose hunt

Sick child gets wish with moose hunt

Economic stimulus gains traction

Some Pennichuck shareholders push sale idea; officials warm

Study: N.H. health centers face problems

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