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NHTI’s new president to begin in February

11/21/22

Concord’s community college has selected a new president — a career educator with an extensive background working in community colleges – who will...

Two building projects visioned for Fisherville Road stand to bring up to 150 multifamily units and more than 100 townhomes to Penacook.Both...

Amazon Air has begun daily cargo service at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, a high-profile addition to the airport’s increasingly important...

A quarter-century after lead in gasoline was banned for cars, unleaded fuel is finally becoming available for small airplanes, although it will be...

All business owners who read this column should consider, if they haven’t done so already, two major federal tax issues:■ How to maximize the...

The Peterborough Planning Board approved a revised application from Walden Eco Village for a proposed subdivision, but hard feelings still remain...

William Harrington and Krystal Laundry are already looking forward to their new living arrangements, even though it will be roughly a year before...

If you are a New Hampshire LLC member or manager or if you plan to form a New Hampshire LLC, you and your business advisers need to have a solid...

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News From NH Business Review



Take me to the river
By MICHAEL KITCH
As the NH Department of Transportation puts the finishing touches to its plans to widen and improve Interstate 93 through Concord — a nagging bottleneck,...
Company’s microchip tester named Product of the Year
By PAUL BRIAND
Microchips — the processing brains in everything from smartphones and laptops to cars and fighter jets — are getting smaller and more powerful.
Real estate market shows more signs of strain as homeowner equity gains
According to ATTOM, a curator of real estate data nationwide, in the third quarter 55.1 percent of homeowners in the Granite State were considered “equity-rich,”...
Aid applications being accepted for pandemic-hit restaurants
Under the program, run by the NH Department of Business and Economic Affairs, eligible New Hampshire restaurants can be reimbursed for eligible equipment,...

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