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HEALTHSOUTH REHABILITATION HOSPITAL of Concord received top recognition from Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation for the second consecutive year. The hospital ranked in the top 10 percent of qualifying rehabilitation hospitals for 2013, 2012, 2008 and 2006.

BANK OF NEW HAMPSHIRE gave $50,000 to the New Hampshire Historical Society’s “Connections Through Time” capital campaign. The society is in the midst of a $9.2 million campaign to provide expanded public access to its collections and programs while simultaneously strengthening annual finances.

M c GOWAN FINE ART of Concord was selected as a winner in New Hampshire Business Review’s 2014 BOB Awards, which honor the best of business in New Hampshire in more than 90 categories. McGowan was honored in the category of Art Gallery for Corporate Art.

FBI CONTRACTING of Concord was honored with the Shining Star Award by its metal roofing supplier, Kassel & Irons, for its performance in 2013. This award is giving to only a few roofing contractors across North America who exemplify superior customer service and quality resulting in high volume sales.

THE GREATER CONCORD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE welcomed the following new members: AFLAC-RENEE MARTIN, Concord; clEAN THE CLUTTER CLEAR THE MIND, Concord; THE MELLEN CO., Concord; MERIDIAN CONSTRUCTION CORP., Gilford; NEW HAMPSHIRE GOLF ASSOCIATION, Concord; and 21ST CENTURY LEADERSHIP, Concord.

THE CITY OF CONCORD WATER TREATMENT and LACONIA WATER WORKS were awarded a Water Fluoridation Quality Award from the U.S. CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION. Fluoridation is the adjustment of the level of fluoride in drinking water to an amount effective for preventing tooth decay.

CROSSROADS CHIROPRACTIC LAKESIDE of Meredith moved to a custom-made building at 3 Annalee Place, just across from their original home at Olde Province Common.

THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE SCHOOL OF LAW in Concord has developed an online program in International Criminal Law and Justice to address human trafficking, drug trafficking and intellectual property theft. The program is designed for both lawyers and nonlawyers. To learn more, call 513-5144 or visit law.unh.edu/iclj.

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