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Business Notes: May 21, 2018


Sunday, May 20, 2018

Top Concord-area businesses who have won Cappies awards will be listed in Tuesday’s Concord Insider

The Better Business Bureau of New Hampshire has extended its application deadline for the 2018 BBB Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics to Wednesday. For-profit organizations of all sizes that are headquartered, operate and provide goods or services in New Hampshire are encouraged to apply.    To learn more and apply visit bbb.org/concord, email info@bbbnh.org or call 224-1991.

Topstone Barber Co. of New London was voted best barber in the state by readers of New Hampshire Magazine.

NobleSpirit of Pittsfield was recognized by eBay as a top seller and was invited to participate in the 13th annual United States of eBay Seller Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C. 

McLane Middleton, Professional Association was recognized with five firm rankings and 19 distinct individual attorney rankings in the Chambers USA: A Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers.

Meetinghouse Commons, a 17-unit, 55-and-older independent living community was sold by the Taylor Community to Church Street Commons. The sale was brokered by Colliers International.

Northway Bank recently donated $5,000 to NeighborWorks Southern New Hampshire, renewing the Bank’s support of homeownership and financial literacy education and counseling services offered by HOMEteam in New Hampshire.

Granite United Way recognized the following people, businesses and groups with awards at its annual celebration in April. Give Award to the Rowley Agency; Advocate Award to Johane Telgener, Concord Hospital Center for Health Promotion; Volunteer Award to Lincoln Financial Group; Employee Campaign Coordinator Award to Northeast Delta Dental campaign committee; Granite Awards to Bank of New Hampshire, Eversource Energy, Lincoln Financial Group, Merrimack County Savings Bank/MillRiver Wealth Management/N.H. Mutual Bancorp and the New Hampshire State Employees’ Charitable Campaign.