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With the deluge of regulations, staffing challenges and policy changes that have faced small businesses over the past year, many companies have...

During a typical February vacation week, Cowabunga’s, an indoor place space in Manchester, would have up to 150 kids bouncing, sliding and running...

When asked about how the pandemic has impacted her business, Julie Cutting, owner and executive chef of Cure Restaurant in Portsmouth, struggled to...

In a year when most people are trying to keep their contact with others to a minimum, Shandi Elliott, owner of Sweet Beginnings Daycare in Wilmot...

During a warm day on the seacoast, amid the tub boats and ships cruising along the Piscataqua River in Portsmouth Harbor, you might also spot the...

Pre-pandemic, Christy Whipple, head of school at Newport Montessori School in Newport, shook hands with each student as they strolled through the...

In the early days after opening Burnt Timber Brewing & Tavern in Wolfeboro in 2017, Eddie Michno was a one-man show. He did all the food prep...

Aimee Terravechia, owner and creative director at Catchpenny in Alton, had been in business less than a year when the pandemic hit. She had opened...

In the middle of an interview, Shira Nafshi, owner of The Trainer’s Loft in Tilton, excuses herself to greet a customer.“I’m going to give you some...

When most people think about medicine, they’re focused on science, rather than art. But Amanda Whitworth, the current artist laureate for the state...

At the beginning of the year, Jack Schrupp was finally ready to launch his sports supplement business. He’d been perfecting his recipe since he was...

Prior to the pandemic, William Ögmundson had spent two decades supporting himself as a classically-trained solo pianist. He had performed...

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