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The state of the Queen City: a Manchester roundtable

Democratic Legislature can find some common ground in governor’s budget, but only some

Points of contention include business taxes, family and medical leave plan

NH House labor panel green-lights family and medical leave bill

Measure heads to House floor next week
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More >> Technology & Manufacturing

Engineering a career

More women are entering, and thriving in, a field that was once far less welcoming

Tech Tidbits From Across New Hampshire

RedBlack seeks wealth managers to participate in financial technology survey ... and more
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More >> Energy and Environment

New Hampshire residential energy savings programs recognized

National review praises two NHSaves programs

Rising seas eating away at New Hampshire coastal home values

Report finds increased flooding has led to $15.2 million in lost property value since 2005
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More >> Government

What you didn’t hear in Sununu’s budget address

Some significant budget items not mentioned in the governor’s budget speech

Is ‘year of family leave’ dawning in NH?

Initiatives gain momentum as measures move forward
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More >> Health & Education

Carnegie Classification UNH ranks among prestigious research universities

Only two other public universities in New England share top tier

UNH research: Homelessness increases faster in least affordable rental markets

Study finds that 32% of income is tipping point for accelerated homelessness
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More >> Real Estate & Construction

First phase of Market and Main project set to open in Bedford

Construction industry, unions duel over state prevailing wage bill

NH Senate measure targets all state public works projects
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More >> Banking and Finance

Ex-NH Senate staffer named new NH Bankers Association president

Kristy Merrill cited for ‘in-depth knowledge’ of legislative process

House panel weighs changing New Hampshire’s foreclosure process

Bill would require court involvement ‘to level the playing field’ for homeowners
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More >> Law

NH’s top court takes a stand on wrongful demotion

Breastfeeding case poses a new question to the Legislature

Lawmakers may get to decide former DHHS employee’s case before a jury does
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More >> Greater Giving

Adding meaning and purpose in retirement

Giving and volunteering help people stay happy and healthy in retirement
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More >> Nonprofits

Larry Gammon announces plans to step down at Easterseals

Longtime president and CEO to step down after 47 years with organization

Girls At Work hires new executive director

Elizabeth Dever takes helm of girls-empowerment organization

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More >> Retail & Tourism

Brookstone bankruptcy plan goes to court on Wednesday

Unsecured creditors in line to get some 20% of what they’re owned

Faro readies move of Tuscan Market to downtown Portsmouth

Market Square coffee shop acquired for $4.25 million

As homelessness grows, merchants bear the brunt

Queen City storeowners ask for solutions to a bigger problem
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