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Tent warfare

It’s not a good idea to bite a hand that feeds you, but sometimes an unintended rap on the knuckles can have the same effect. Bob Bevill of Merrimack, the long-shot challenger to incumbent Jeb Bradley in the Republican 1st…

UNH study links productivity, air

Final results aren’t expected until November, but preliminary research conducted at the University of New Hampshire shows a link between poor air quality and declining worker productivity. Economists at the Whittemore School of Business have been surveying 500 workers once…

Brothers can you spare a quote?

Not only is Richard Brothers running against N.H. Sen. Carl Johnson for the GOP nomination in District 2, he’s apparently working just as hard against at least two other Republicans at the same time. Brothers, an adviser on health care…

Music to your ears

Like the Van Morrison song, sounds as sweet as Tupelo honey will rise starting on Sept. 11 from a new music venue in Londonderry. At the site of the former Muse in Londonderry, the Tupelo Music Hall live music venue…

Coldwell Banker buys Preferred Properties

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage of Waltham, Mass. — the largest residential real estate brokerage company in New England — has bought Preferred Properties Inc. of Moultonboro. The purchase price was not disclosed. In 2003, Preferred Properties’ 31 residential real estate…

Truth or dare

Apparently those doomsayers who have predicted that the state faces a more than $300 million budget gap in the next biennium are way off the mark. Just ask Governor Benson, who has assured his citizenry that the budget gap will…