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Driven in large part by the pandemic, NH’s residential real estate market has been red hot, but it won’t last forever, says Matt Neuman, owner and...

The Portsmouth Brewery, NH’s first licensed craft brewery, is raising a pint to its 30th anniversary. The brewpub created the foundation for an...

Paycheck protection program ends


The Paycheck Protection Program, which began with such a bang at the beginning of the pandemic, ended with quiet whimper on June 1, when the Small...

After a year of unprecedented turmoil, caused not just by the pandemic but also the region’s biggest health-care consolidation in decades, finances...

US jobless claims drop to 385,000


WASHINGTON — The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell last week for a fifth straight week to a new pandemic low, the latest...

Technical challenges hit many of those trying to attend virtual job fairs in their search for work over the past week.Attending a virtual job fair...

Franklin Savings Bank recently recognized 12 employees for achieving service milestones at its employee recognition night. Collectively, these...

2020 was a boon for a lot of dogs and their owners alike. Finding day care or dog walkers was no longer a priority, and animal adoption flourished...

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News From NH Business Review

Meredith enviro engineer aims at metals in baby food
Before a Congressional oversight committee issued its report in February warning of “dangerous levels” of heavy metals in commercial baby food products, Keith Forrester of Meredith,...
Developing NH’s future workforce
So Franklin High School, together with Lakes Region Community College and NH Forward — a new industry-educational nonprofit — is taking a different approach to building a career pipeline: a manufacturing apprenticeship program based on the model used in Germany.
In survey, Granite Staters pessimism emerges about long-term economic outlook
As with UNH’s other surveys about masks and vaccinations, results differed sharply by party, including the state of personal finances. When asked if they were better off financially than a year ago,...
Former USA Springs site sold by town
Rotondo spent millions of dollars securing a permit to withdraw 300,000 gallons of groundwater a day with the intention of bottling it and selling it overseas.

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