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Shortage of help and price increases in supplies have closed WOW Fried Chicken on Pleasant Street, frustrating fans of an all-American meal with...

Workforce losing older employees

7/9/22

As the pandemic drags on, older workers are joining the great resignation by taking early retirement or starting encore careers and companies.In...

A client of mine is currently engaged in a major bank loan transaction. I’m helping my client with the transaction. One of my main tasks is to...

They’re still in sync, 18 years after they shared the first dance as Prom King and Queen at Bishop Brady High School.These days, James and Sarah...

Most individuals who start new businesses in New Hampshire are fairly young when they do so — roughly in their late 20s to early 40s. And they...

A tour of high-end box car homes

7/3/22

Playing with trains is a near-universal pleasure, but few of us have taken it as far as Chi Hofe.Behind the barn alongside his Contoocook home sit...

Sal Prizio came to Concord just as winter was settling in. It’s a time generally reserved for annual holiday shows and big public gatherings...

Randy Guay  has announced his retirement from Merrimack County Savings Bank, effective July 29. Guay served as Vice President, Commercial Loan...

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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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