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The “vast majority” of staff from the Laconia and Franklin hospitals will be staying on after Concord Hospital takes over.Concord Hospital said...

Chuckster’s Family Fun Park, which opens Saturday, will be cooler this year, once its newest addition is in place.Owner Mark Blasko had been...

Steve DeStefano has been a realtor in Concord since 1985, but he’s rarely experienced a real estate market like this one, for both buyers and...

Hotel group sues insurers

4/6/21

A group of 23 hotels – including four in New Hampshire – is suing their insurance companies, claiming that they were refused coverage for their...

The American Rescue Plan didn’t come soon enough for some 88 New Hampshire individuals and four businesses that sought bankruptcy in March, the...

As Sarah Thayer began to consider opening up an ice cream shop with her partner Cole Glaude, she asked him to create a business plan and do one...

As the pandemic shut down the world around her, Ashli Smith, an Atlanta resident and mom to a newborn, says she set up autopay for her recurring...

The week before the state shutdown last March, 192 patients visited Sport & Spine Physical Therapy, Inc., to be treated by Dr. Chris Campbell...

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News From NH Business Review



Entrepreneur’s next step: pot testing
By MICHAEL McCORD
Testing laboratories are a critical component in the supply chain from producer to consumer, and Guy Sylvester — founder of Absolute Resource Associates,...
Food truck operators find an opening in the pandemic
By Rob Burbank
Faced with a pandemic-related layoff from her restaurant management position, Patti Alden and her husband, Bryant, executive chef at a popular valley restaurant,...
Budget writers seek to slow pace of USNH-CCSNH merger
Legislative budget writers have taken steps to temper Gov. Chris Sununu’s proposal to merge the University System of New Hampshire and the Community College System of New Hampshire by proposing...
NH hires director for new outdoor recreation office
The Department of Business and Economic Affairs announced on April 1 that it hired Scott Crowder to run the state’s new Office of Outdoor Recreation Development,...

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