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Chicken wings are becoming a rare (and costly) delicacy


It’s not quite true to say that chicken wings have become as rare as hen’s teeth, but pandemic-fueled changes in habits have turned this fun...

New jobless claims in New Hampshire remain relatively steady and ongoing unemployment claims continue to go down in spite of the rise in COVID-19...

Families nationwide began receiving child tax credit payments from the federal government last week, but some worry the poorest Americans may never...

What will you teach your kids about money?


Hey, internet: Remember millennials? Many of us have graduated from our lattes and brunches to become parents with jobs, car loans and perhaps a...

Alina Clark is about as tired of her pandemic wardrobe as her comfort clothes are stretched and torn.“I have four sets of jeans, seven shirts and...

This exquisite custom-built home in Bow is perched high on a hill and surrounded by pristine landscaping and sweeping views. An ideal Bow location,...

In 1990, a national organization known as the Uniform Laws Commission published a new uniform statute entitled the “Uniform Electronic Transactions...

New Sunset Realty buys 44 Chenell Drive


Colliers, a commercial real estate services, facilitated the sale of 44 Chenell Drive in Concord, to New Sunset Realty, a local N.H. investor.Bob...

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News From NH Business Review

“This was a great year for the state’s smallest businesses,” said David Juvet, senior vice president of public policy for the Business & Industry Association of New Hampshire.
NH’s supply chain challenges
For 25 years, Seabrookbased manufacturer AeroDynamics used a specific type of cotton swab for masking metal finishes on aerospace and defense products.
41% of NH restaurants received federal Covid aid
New Hampshire’s average award is about $20,000 lower than the national average. New Hampshire restaurants received the lowest average amount in New England,...
D-H to keep remote work for as many as 2,000 employees
D-H Vice President Brenda Blair told the Valley News that the Lebanon-based organization has found that allowing remote work “is increasing our ability to recruit and retain our staff,” including employing workers outside of New Hampshire and Vermont.

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