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July 29. 2014 1:17PM

Upper Valley manufacturer Hypertherm is hiring, and training, many

Hypertherm, in Hanover, makes high-tech machines that use laser and water to cut metal.



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Fosters.com unveils new look, new content

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Service Credit Union to open branch at Guard base on Pease

PORTSMOUTH — The commander of the New Hampshire Air National Guard spoke at the Service Credit Union's annual meeting Thursday night, lauding the state's largest credit union for its commitment to helping military personnel.

HarborCorp begins planning board process

PORTSMOUTH — Planning Board members heard a great deal of support for the proposed HarborCorp downtown mixed-use development Thursday night.

Crews haul away snow before busy Hampton beach weekend

HAMPTON BEACH, N.H. (AP) — Kids won't need to bring their snow shovels for this weekend's Easter egg hunt on Hampton Beach after state and local crews hauled off most of the remaining snow.

New deputy chief sought for Portsmouth police department

PORTSMOUTH — Police officers interested in being the next deputy police chief have until April 6 to submit resumes for the post that was recently vacated by the resignation of Corey MacDonald.

New survey: What employees really think about going back to school

To help employers better understand key factors that influence employees when considering a college education, College for America at Southern New Hampshire University commissioned a research firm to survey 400 working adults and find out what they have to say about reentering the world of school.

Mass Design expands with US PCB maker Electropac as its new division

NASHUA, N.H., March 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Electropac Co. has become a new division of Mass Design, Inc. with the recent purchase of this printed circuit board manufacturer founded in 1976 in Manchester, New Hampshire.

New Hampshire sets the pace for personal income growth

New Hampshire led the New England region with the biggest growth in personal income over 2014. That’s according to revised estimates from the Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis, released yesterday.

Durham sounds off over UNH stadium volume

DURHAM — A University of New Hampshire official was met with concerns from residents and Planning Board members Wednesday night after presenting plans for the $25 million upgrade to Cowell Stadium.

Former Gov. Merrill steps down from Rudman Center board

A second member of the Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership & Public Policy’s Board of Advisors has resigned.

Chefs cooking up a food revolution in Portsmouth

If Portland, Maine, was the new Boston when it came to New England’s next burgeoning gastro scene, then Portsmouth is the next Portland, a small city hungering to enhance its renaissance through top-tier, farm-to-table dishes such as cornmeal crusted skate wing tacos served recently.

New Hampshire man to plead guilty in Dubuque book vendor scheme

A New Hampshire man will plead guilty next week in federal court for his involvement in a book vendor scheme with a former bookstore director at Clarke University in Dubuque.

1 hurt when Downeaster hits vehicle in Old Orchard Beach

OLD ORCHARD BEACH, Maine (AP) — Authorities say one person was injured when an Amtrak Downeaster train struck a passenger vehicle in Old Orchard Beach.

Portsmouth works to clear snow piles from boat launch

City Department of Public Works crews began working Wednesday to try to bust through the piles and clear space for people to park and launch their boats, according to Deputy City Manager David Allen.

Monadnock school district reaches settlement with former employees

SWANZEY CENTER — The Monadnock Regional School Board has reached a settlement agreement with two guidance counselors whom district officials laid off last year.

Chesterfield man's standoff case moves forward

A Chesterfield man who spent nearly 19 hours in a standoff with police suffers from a mental health disorder, officials said in court Wednesday.

Shaheen and Ayotte to IRS: Provide paper tax forms to public

A decrease in the number of available paper tax forms has caught the attention of the state’s congressional delegation.

Nashua woman accused of assaulting male, sending him to hospital

NASHUA – A 22-year-old Nashua woman arrested Tuesday night and charged with multiple domestic violence-related offenses was held on cash or surety bail following her arraignment Wednesday morning in Nashua district court.

Greater Nashua groups receive grant to study, maybe ease 'traffic stress'

NASHUA – A collection of agencies in Greater Nashua, including the city itself, received funding this week to work on an infrastructure study over the next year to provide for better access to physical activities for people in the region.

Rollinsford home search results in six arrests

ROLLINSFORD — A search of a home on Portland Avenue in Rollinsford on Tuesday resulted in the arrest of six people on a variety of charges, including drug possession, theft and receiving stolen property.


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