New Hampshire Business Review December 19 2008

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ID theft case investigated

Ready for the plunge

Ready for the plunge

Portsmouth planners taking up shopping center redevelopment today

N.H. firm fined for violating Mass. law

Juror in Brooks' case speaks out

FairPoint disputes Web story

People still gambling, but many seem to spend less

Group is starting a military mail call

Gregg says stimulus could mean jobs for N.H.

Officials: Utility damage may cost $50 million

New Year's Eve bonfire benefit set

Playhouse to return for another encore

Maine retail jobs likely to take big hit

Store owner praises quick report of fire

Chamber resounds with kind words for invaluable '16th alderman'

Chamber resounds with kind words for invaluable '16th alderman'

Payday lender hopes to dodge rate cap

Tougher N.H. shoplifting laws sought

Convicted drug dealer charged over driving

What's open and closed on New Years Day

FairPoint disputes Web story

Bill seeks to disinter workers’ comp ruling

Lottery sales slip in state

Lottery sales slip in state

Executives: Globe, Sox not for us

People still gambling, but many seem to spend less

People still gambling, but many seem to spend less

Highway, rail projects on stimulus wish list

Economy: Hope amid the blues

Revenue for mall stores scattered

Recession hits refugees hard

Snowmobile club receives award

Economy gives gov reason to skip balls

NASHUA Walls, duct work in place at center

Residents prefer gambling over higher taxes

Nashua Bank gives to soup kitchen

Holiday sales go well in Claremont

Teacher back pay dispute gaining

I-93 widening continues near Exit 3

Building fire closes Brookline business

Building fire closes Brookline business

Agencies honor top workers at ceremony

Veterans of ’90s bailout hope for profit in new one

Chamber seeks award nominations

Nashua PAL doles out gifts at holiday party

Nonprofits wary of a lopsided supply, demand

No increase yet in claims for welfare

Residents feel the pinch as unemployment rises

Residents feel the pinch as unemployment rises

City seeks to expand after-school help

Health costs on table at talk

Unfinished 3-lot subdivision causes heartache for homeowners

Unfinished 3-lot subdivision causes heartache for homeowners

Filling slots

Lonely board

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