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A new art gallery and event space on North State Street will open near downtown Concord on Saturday featuring nature-themed displays from artists...

Michele Perkins, who led New England College as president for 14 years before assuming the role of chancellor in 2022, is suing the school alleging...

The Mayhew Community in Bristol announces that following a career of more than thirty years serving the boys, participants, and families of Mayhew ...

Stepping into Sarah Guinther’s home feels like being wrapped in a warm, fragrant embrace, where the daily symphony of cinnamon, vanilla, and sugar...

As New Hampshire business owners will know, in 2021, Congress enacted a new statute, called the Corporate Transparency Act (the “CTA”) that...

Batulo Mahamed and Patty Sabol, two African refugees that immigrated to Concord in recent years, are dedicated to bringing the flavors of their...

Sometimes, when your business is booming and the public loves you, changes must still be made.That’s the scenario downtown, as Sunday’s ice cream...

As I wrote in my previous column in this newspaper, under the Corporate Transparency Act (the “CTA”), New Hampshire companies formed on or after...

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News From NH Business Review

Mental health screenings remain flawed
Process adds complexity to already overrun hospitals
Most of $35m for Ragged Mountain expansion came from Chinese, Russian investors
Sixty-six of the 71 foreigners who lined themselves up for a U.S. green card by investing in the Ragged Mountain ski area come from China or Russia, according to court documents.
Mall to be replaced with retail and 625 housing units
The plan calls for five residential buildings to be built throughout the property, each four or five stories tall, with a total of 625 units.
Jim Nute to step down from the Mayhew program
Executive director to leave at the end of 2023

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