New Hampshire Business Review September 11 2009

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U.S. home sales falter after 4-month gain

Hudson OKs opening old Benson's site

Jobless pain due to peak in new year without relief in Maine

Asphalt plant plan drawing heat in Weare

Suffolk Construction buys William A. Berry & Son in bid to be a national player

Colby-Sawyer, Franklin Pierce hit by swine flu

Unitil sets quarterly dividend

Man who disputed Portsmouth District Court's fine policy given community service instead

McIntosh College closes in Dover

N.H. rode public transit in record numbers in '08

N.H. to use 'gang plowing' on I-93

Dartmouth-Hitchcock eyes new facility in Nashua

Unitil sets quarterly dividend

Shaheen pushing health-care change

NRC chief warns of loss of public confidence in nuclear plants

Drug clinic operator mum on Laconia plans

Leeches multiply; so do potential fixes

Governor makes plans to lay off as many as 750

Bank of America, J.P. Morgan Chase to further limit overdraft fees

Exec Council to consider $1.7m in no-bid contracts

State slips to third nationally in local property tax rank

Science test again trips up N.H. students

Vt. administration seeks 200 to 300 job cuts

Shaheen backs higher milk supports

Franchisees say Dunkin's brewing trouble

UNH wins sustainability leadership award

UNH wins sustainability leadership award

Union members don't find easy answer in vote

Green technology touted during open house tour

Council to consider $1.7m in no-bid contracts

Dartmouth president inaugurated

FairPoint warned over low stock price

In Mass., fewer lose their homes in August

SEA to state workers: Say no to contract

For small businesses, individuals health-care dollars don't buy as much medical care

Tibbetts named Community Banker of Year

Stimulus-created jobs reach 700 in N.H.

State's first flu outbreaks 'mild'

Credit transfers, cost giving edge to community colleges

DRED employee accused of theft

Tyco slashes local workforce

Study: Maine foreclosures, new home loans up

Tibbetts named Community Banker of Year

WGBH bids for broader presence in public radio

Lakes Region tourism group unveils its new home

Firms back change in executive pay practices

Way cleared for more Weirs condos

Homebuyers feeling first-time stimulus

Stimulus-created jobs reach 700 in N.H.

Over-55 housing park's future remains in doubt in N. Hampton

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