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Flexible codes sought for older buildings

More flexible building codes are needed to make the renovation of old buildings profitable, according to Chris Williams, vice president for economic development and government relations with the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce. In Manchester, he said, “for a lot…

Who, what, when, where, why

Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Paul McEachern was standing outside the Chateau restaurant in Manchester, greeting arrivals to the AFL-CIO Labor Day breakfast, when he offered the following observation about the state of the press in New Hampshire: “We really don’t have…

A year to remember

The 2005 edition of the Living Legacy calendar will be a celebration of New Hampshire’s diverse and historically significant cultural and performing arts centers. The calendar, published by Citizens Bank New Hampshire and the state Department of Cultural Resources, will…

What do consultants do for the money?

Should the state pay high-priced consultants to design the state’s Medicaid plan and write federal waivers that could help implement it? That’s the question raised by Cindy Mann, consultant for the New Hampshire Endowment for Health, one of the chief…

Lonza plans third Pease building

Lonza Biologics Inc. has announced plans to nearly double its operations at Pease International Tradeport. The firm wants to spend another $200 million to develop a third facility. Lonza’s director of engineering, John Machulski, has asked the Pease Development Authority…

It's been making the rounds

The Concord Monitor sure talks tough on its editorial pages - taking strong pro-income tax and anti-war stances. But apparently the paper gets cold feet when it comes to endorsing candidates, opting for Jeanne Shaheen over Mark Fernald in the…

Making history

The Inn at Spruce Wood, a senior living community offering in Durham, is planning to bring Seacoast history to life with a series of presentations by noted authors. The series, “Seacoast History Comes Alive,” is designed to give audiences a…

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Financial Services Charter Trust Company has announced the promotion of Christine L. Donovan to senior vice president of operations. Donovan, who has been with the company since 1997, previously served as vice president of operations. Joseph Pace has joined the…