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2019 BOB Awards

The BOBs are your chance to tell us, other readers and the rest of the state which companies in New Hampshire have the best products and services for businesses.

Vote now through January 18.

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Top Stories

November stats show slowing New Hampshire real estate market

Sales fall as prices, interest rates rise

Cambridge Trust parent to buy Optima Bank

10-year-old Seacoast-based bank to be acquired for $67 million

Survey: NH, Mass. employers confident about business prospects for 2019

But BANKW report sees continued concerns over hiring qualified talent

20-megawatt municipal solar project planned in Milford

Granite Apollo proposes project on town-owned land

State apprenticeship program adds construction and infrastructure, hospitality sectors

Grant-funded effort will now serve five key sectors of New Hampshire economy

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NH Business Review Poll

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NEWS browser SIGNUP

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Business Advice

Why create a new disaster by reacting to this one?

Lessons from the Columbia Gas explosions

The remarkable ascent of NH

How we grew to become the ‘Best State for Opportunity’

Coaching sales all-stars

How to help salespeople achieve new levels of success

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Opinion

Yes, gun violence is in doctors’ ‘lane’

The NRA is wrong to dismiss physicians’ concerns over the effects of firearms

NH’s energy future is not a partisan issue

We must continue making progress to transform our needs, regardless of the party in power

Science-based PFAS regulations are required

The process of setting acceptable standards should not be driven by emotion

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People

Q&A with NH Legal Assistance attorney Elliot Berry

‘I don’t think anything is more fundamental than housing,’ says Elliot Berry, a longtime NH Legal Assistance attorney and director of its Housing Justice Project.

Q&A with Attorney Phil Taub

‘This is the busiest M&As have been in the last 39 years,’ says Nixon Peabody attorney Phil Taub, who heads the firm’s Private Equity and Family Office practice group.

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