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When Miriam Kovacs saw a one-star review for her Franklin restaurant the Broken Spoon from a user calling themselves Rudolf Hess, a leading member...

A Utah-based resort company that owns several ski areas has made a bid to buy Jay Peak Resort, the Vermont ski resort that was rocked by a massive...

Deal reached on sports betting in Mass.

8/1/22

BOSTON — Massachusetts lawmakers reached a deal early Monday on a bill that would legalize betting on professional and collegiate sports, joining...

The NH Swim School’s longtime nomadic existence should end in October.So says founder and backbone Karen Jenovese, a local woman who’s determined...

A Bedford environmental consultancy firm has been selected to complete an offshore wind assessment for the state. Normandeau Associates Inc. was...

There are two key estate planning documents, both of which are called powers of attorney, that can be of potentially great importance not only to...

As restaurants face soaring food prices and a tight labor market, one state program intended to help continues to see a sluggish take-up. Of the $3...

JetBlue agrees to buy Spirit for $3.8B

7/28/22

JetBlue Airways has agreed to buy Spirit Airlines for $3.8 billion and create the nation’s fifth-largest airline if the deal can win approval from...

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News From NH Business Review



Teeing up paid family leave
By BOB SANDERS
“NH PFML provides employers and employees with peace of mind and strengthens a business’s bottom line,” says the brochure.
Pending Exeter Hospital deal part of a long trend
By MICHAEL McCORD
“We will be able to broaden our mission,” said Kevin Callahan, the president and CEO of Exeter Health, about the many advantages of the merger.
Cheshire EMS startup receives support from federal funds
With the goal of improving patient care and public safety among other projects, the funds will support the creation of a Cheshire EMS training program that will offer at least 60 hours of training.
Some 2,262 people filed continuing claims on the week ending July 23, according to preliminary figures.

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