New Hampshire Business Review October 24 2008

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Wal-Mart the exception as sales fall for retailers

Historic holds for N.H. Dems

Younger voters heed the call

Younger voters heed the call

Rochester officials worrying about how to go about implementing new tax cap

Nashua Democrat Kelley in District 26 among reps re-elected

New England fuel dealers seeking help from federal government

Manufacturing layoffs continue in N.H.

Belonga jury fails to reach verdict

Belonga jury fails to reach verdict

Nashua girl charged with home burglary

Casino backers: Mainers have lost their chance

Brooks jury hears two passionate pleas

Concord board OKs variance for CVS proposal

Stone Church's new owner wants to lease club

Fire chief says barn fire caused by soaked rags

Area incumbents do well

Area incumbents do well

Gregg says he'll seek re-election

Derry merchants bemoan lack of on-street parking

FairPoint stands by Johnson as chairman, CEO

Deliberation begins in case of Nashua toddler's death

Candidate easy recognize with tel-tale wheels

Longtime ad exec Al Sprague dies

Roberge re-elected by District 9

Roberge re-elected by District 9

Shea-Porter, Hodes ride the tide

Democrats likely to retain control of state Senate

Lonza completes site for bioreactor work

Economy top issue for many at polls

Bragdon wins another term

Bragdon wins another term

TV stations bemoan end of campaign ads

Carson goes against grain, wins one for Republicans

Carson goes against grain, wins one for Republicans

Gilmour claims   victory

Gilmour claims victory

Somers to replace Dufort at NHLRA

FCC OKs airwaves to deliver broadband

Two on council re-elected

Two on council re-elected

Studies: Health centers face financial jeopardy

Economy's downdraft Is blowing through commercial real estate

On 2nd try, Shaheen becomes state’s first female senator

Royal Bank CEO backs U.S. holdings

Tweeter closing doors

Officials concerned about Brooks' behavior in prison

Maine casino foes lead as count goes on

Nashua woman votes despite being in labor

Nashua woman votes despite being in labor

Landslide victory delivers a third term to Lynch

Following N.H.’s political money

Lasky keeps   Dems in seat

Lasky keeps Dems in seat

Surprises in a closer look at credit-default swaps

$150m in N.H. bonds sell in 4 hours

Teachers in Nashua elect to do workshops

Business learning online, on your time

Officials predict record turnout at polls

NASHUA Harbor Homes needs volunteers for dinner

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