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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…

Regional firms net VC

Venture capitalists invested $916.6 million into New England firms in the second quarter — the most since late 2001 — according to a new study. New England venture investing increased for the third consecutive quarter, as investors placed big bets…

The invisible candidate

Perhaps it’s in the interests of budget-cutting that various news outlets have apparently been reducing their political coverage by dispensing with the primaries. A case in point - THE case in point, in fact - is the apparent decision to…

Choicelinx teams with Maryland firm

Amisys Synertech Inc., a Rockville, Md.-based provider of advanced software products and claims processing services for health-care payers, and Manchester-based Choicelinx Corp., a provider of Web-based solutions and consumer-directed technology products for the health insurance industry, have signed a definitive…

124-unit project seen for Concord

The Concord Planning Board has postponed a decision on a proposed 124-townhouse development on Bog Road. Developer Reggie Moreau of R.J. Moreau Communities in Bedford filed his application for the Vineyards townhouses last fall, and then went through a series…

Bookworm

While on the stump, John Lynch, the Democratic gubernatorial hopeful, has taken to telling voters an anecdote from four years ago. When he was being interviewed for a spot on the University System of New Hampshire board of trustees, he…

Radiation unit opens in Exeter

Exeter Hospital has opened its $6 million radiation therapy center, becoming the region’s only accredited comprehensive community hospital cancer program. In 2003, Exeter Hospital was granted a certificate of need from the state to add radiation therapy to its cancer…