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If good things always come in threes, then Concord’s beer-brewing scene is officially good.Three breweries inside city limits will be part of the...

America’s scallop fishing industry will continue to decline in catch into next year due to a decrease in the availability of the oft-pricy...

When you run one of the region’s most unusual restaurants, with an Asian-Jewish-Hungarian fusion menu, you’re ready to serve everything from...

Local developer Stephen Duprey now owns both former Lincoln Financial buildings and 181 acres in the middle of Concord, with plans to house the...

If you’re a lawyer or accountant, a client may request you to deposit in your bank account a check from a customer of your client from which the...

Navigating the post-COVID workplace


Spring is finally here, and summer is just around the corner. Could our long COVID winter also finally be over too? The signs suggest that may be...

Tourism is booming in New Hampshire. In fall 2021, the state broke records with 4.3 million visitors spending nearly $2 billion. Not only is this...

A bill signed by Gov. Chris Sununu lowers the age limit for students to bus tables where alcohol is served from 15 to 14 years old. It also...

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News From NH Business Review

Teeing up paid family leave
“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
“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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