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LACONIA — At the height of the pandemic, refunded vacations, stimulus checks and the yearning for safe activities outside drove boat sales to a...

Michael Cerbone recently joined North Branch Construction as a project manager with over 20 years of experience in commercial construction. Cerbone...

Laconia Lodge of Elks 876 made a generous $6,000 donation to Harbor Care to assist with critical dental care for vulnerable veterans living in...

It’s probably safe to guess that of New Hampshire’s 75,000 or so single-member and multi- member LLCs, only a small fraction have any written...

The cost of gas, food and most other goods and services jumped in May, pushing inflation to a four-decade high and offering Americans no respite...

LEBANON — After sitting unoccupied for more than two years after an explosion damaged the building, the former Element Hotel on Route 120 will soon...

It was a pretty easy operating season for Pats Peak Ski Area this past winter, according to the general manager – except for the weather, getting...

The pandemic bounce that New Hampshire ski areas saw in 2020-21 didn’t hold over this past winter, when erratic weather combined with staffing...

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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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