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Local chambers of commerce are urging patrons to respect the wishes of local businesses that are continuing with mask mandates even after the state...

With movie theaters closed across the country, Bob Scharmette and his family want people to know the Milford Drive-In is open for business with...

Shopping small makes a big impact


I get it. It’s easy to shop on Amazon. Running low on toilet paper? Need lightbulbs? Want a bath caddy on a whim? With two clicks and even less...

For the past year, businesses and organizations in the state have been required to follow a series of regulations aimed at slowing the spread of...

It’s not clear if it’s a hoax or a scam or just a weird prank, but one thing is clear: Intown Concord wishes it would stop.“It’s so bizarre. We’ve...

Those to-die-for pastries and tarts at Bread and Chocolate, unavailable the past six weeks due to a medical emergency, are back.So is everything...

State puts out guidance to lift rules on businesses


Beginning May 7, the state will lift all restrictions on businesses and organizations aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19, and will instead...

Your doctor needs to know certain numbers to judge your physical health, such as your weight, your blood pressure and your cholesterol levels...

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News From NH Business Review

NH’s PPP taxation predicament
New Hampshire businesses could save a total of over $90 million in business profits tax payments — more than twice the amount that would be saved under a proposed BPT rate cut — if the state foregoes taxing forgiven Paycheck Protection Program loans,...
Anxiety, depression peak as drinking spikes in NH
“They asked me to drink, and I didn’t think much of it. But it triggered a demon inside me. It was a whirlwind from there,” said Harriman, now 34 and a recovery support coach at the Lakes Region Mental Health Center.
Manchester is first, Concord is second on list of nation’s hottest housing markets
Each month the website compiles its list, and New Hampshire has found its way onto it, but with the two cities occupying the two top spots on a list of 20,...
The initial stay-at-home order issued by Gov. Chris Sununu in March 2020 required The Music Hall in Portsmouth to shutter completely. The 142-year-old theatre in downtown Portsmouth hosts concerts and performances, literary events and other entertainment.

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