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KENT Nutrition Group in Bow, has achieved reaching 10 years without a workplace accident that led to an injury. To honor this milestone, the...

Steve Becker has recently been hired by Northeast Credit Union as the Vice President of Financial Planning and Analysis. He will be overseeing the...

Kim Lesnewski has been promoted to mortgage loan originator at Meredith Village Savings Bank in Laconia. She will help customers with applying for...

In 2001, when Phil Ferneau and his partners were launching a venture capital firm focused on NH startups, they met with several academics at...

The Meredith Village Savings Bank Fund at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation has donated $121,000 in grant funds to 30 local nonprofits. This...

Amid New Hampshire’s growing affordable housing crisis, there has been one longstanding effort to address the problem: the New Hampshire Community...

Hampton, N.H.-based gym franchisor and operator Planet Fitness Inc. said Tuesday it will acquire Sunshine Fitness, an operator of more than 100...

To individuals who have ownership interests in pass-through businesses (whom I’ll refer to here as “qualified taxpayers”), Internal Revenue Code...

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By MICHAEL KITCH
Nowhere have so-called “liberty” Republicans gained a tighter grip on power than in Belknap County,...
Covid pivot: a new printer
By PAUL BRIAND
They were teammates on the University of New Hampshire volleyball team; now they’re teammates on a business venture they’re...
Pandemic aid urged for affordable housing development
“A $100 million investment in the Affordable Housing Fund will help spur housing development, create more homes affordable to NH’s...
About 49,800 workers in New Hampshire — including 22,100 manufacturing workers — are employed by the 520 global companies operating plants, offices and other facilities in the state.

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