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Berlin prison project gets the green light

What’s being described as the second-largest construction project in New Hampshire history has gotten the green light from the federal government. U.S. Senator Judd Gregg’s announced on Jan. 30 that a $154.5 million federal prison will be constructed in Berlin…

Keene builder revives dormant family ski area

It’s not often a businessman has the chance to rehabilitate a favorite childhood hangout, but for Fred Baybutt of Keene that’s precisely what he’s doing with Granite Gorge. Baybutt, one of the members of the Baybutt Construction family, bought the…

The Web: an international development tool

It sounds like a 1960s post-college scenario: Go to an exotic place, live on the cheap, do good. And it sounds like a 1990s post-college scenario: Use the Web in interesting ways, create a company, look for funding. Combine them,…

The Web: an international development tool

It sounds like a 1960s post-college scenario: Go to an exotic place, live on the cheap, do good. And it sounds like a 1990s post-college scenario: Use the Web in interesting ways, create a company, look for funding. Combine them,…

Trial lawyers rally against slew of bills

George Herbert Walker Bush made a political convert out of Manchester lawyer Kevin Dugan, but probably not the kind the former president would have hoped for. “I was a registered Republican,” Dugan recalled, when he watched Bush debate challenger Bill…

Got patents?

Marking patented products with their corresponding patent numbers is an important part of any patent strategy, particularly if the patent owner wishes to maximize the damages awarded for infringement of the patent. Of course, an accused infringer also may take…

One-on-one with Bruce Boudreau

As a kid growing up in Toronto, Bruce Boudreau knew he wanted to be a hockey player, but could he have known the odyssey that lay ahead? He set a junior hockey single-season record of 165 points -- a mark…