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Ask the Expert: Entrepreneurship in New Hampshire is alive and well — and moving fast

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Across New Hampshire, thriving innovation-based businesses are growing fast, creating new technologies and hiring people into well-paying jobs. Most would agree, however, that the state needs more...

Energy

Windham officials to discuss development

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During a joint meeting of Windham’s planning board and economic development committee Wednesday night, town officials said some of the goals set during the 2005 master plan haven’t been met. Many agreed that municipal water might be necessary to bring more businesses to town and in turn, take some of the tax burden off property owners.

AMC asking N.E. governors to stop Northern Pass lines

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An official with the Appalachian Mountain Club has sent letters to New England governors in advance of a conference being held in New Hampshire next week, asking them to oppose the proposed Northern Pass electric transmission line project.

1 Alternative routes being laid out for gas pipeline expansion

13 NH gas pipeline expansion pushed

7 PSNH discount carries a cost: Loyal customers pay more, those who switch offered lower rate

Opinion

KEVIN SMITH
How NH communities can improve the state's economic climate.
RAMESH PONNURU
Liberals should spend less time lauding the dissents in last week's Hobby Lobby decision by the U.S. Supreme Court and more time reading them.
KATHY SULLIVAN
As the region's governors meet in our beautiful mountains, hopefully they will pay attention to the host of this year's conference, Gov. Maggie Hassan, who has been outspoken in her insistence that...
KEVIN BAINE
Women's right to contraception remains perfectly intact.
JOHN STOSSEL
Capitalism is great because it lets entrepreneurs raise money so they can scale up and get their products and services to more people.
EDITORIAL
We wonder whether Gov. Maggie Hassan, who went all-in for her casino gambling plan last spring and lost, wants an upcoming Massachusetts referendum to pass or fail.
CHARLES ARLINGHAUS
PLEASE FORGIVE ME for returning once again — on the heels of last week’s column — to the subject of jobs in the Granite State, but the issue of jobs is more important...
KATIE MCQUAID
You know those nightmares where you re-live a horrible high school moment? I think one of my mine is about to come true.

Paul O'Connor from Kingston looks over the Ignite menu with Kristi Scarpone during the weekly Friday Night closing of Hanover Street, on Friday in Manchester.

Manchester's Hanover St. block party kicks off block party season

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After getting washed out on opening night, downtown restaurant and business owners were optimistic the weather would cooperate in the second week of the city's Hanover Street block party season.

Mall at Rockingham Park gets a more 'classy look'

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A major renovation of the 1.025-million square foot mall got underway in May, the first big update to the mall's look since it opened in 1991.

Paul Kelly, co-founder of Kelsen Brewing Co., stirs up some Paradigm Brown Ale on Thursday at the business at 1 Madden Road in Derry.

Derry brewers take home gold, bronze

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One of the newest craft breweries in the Granite State, Kelsen Brewing Co., captured two medals in the recent 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship.

Stocks end lower on Portugal bank woes

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Stocks dropped on Thursday as concerns about the financial health of Portugal’s top listed bank gave investors a reason to cash in recent gains.

Real Estate Corner: Act to protect homeownership, American dream

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As our nation continues to recover from the housing market crisis, Congress is considering proposals to reform the housing finance system, which is the backbone of the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage.

Real Estate Corner: Refinance to avoid balloon payment

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Due to an illness, I had to work out a loan modification with my mortgage lender several years ago. The modification significantly lowered the payments, but it requires that we pay off the remainder...

This four-chimney brick cape was built in Lyndeborough  in 1784 by the town's first physician, Dr. Benjamin Jones.

Historic Lyndeborough home restored, expanded

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Built not long after the Revolutionary War ended, a 230-year-old four-chimney brick cape will gain new life after a neighborhood effort to save it.

BARBARA CUNNINGHAM

Real Estate Corner: Money in motion

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Since the mortgage meltdown back in 2008, regulations designed to rein-in the mortgage industry have been implemented, and some that are tried and true, such as the verification of all funds being...

DICK BENSON

Real Estate Corner -- Remodeling savvy: Innovations in paint

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Significant innovations in paint during the past 20 years have led to fascinating interior and exterior applications.

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

0 Hanover food co-op members seek meeting in wake of firing of union organizers

0 Guns.com: Sig's jaw-dropping New Hampshire factory (VIDEO)

0 Harpoon Brewery to become employee-owned

0 DOE surveying Concord roadways along Northern Pass route

0 Charlestown loses appeal to have TransCanada property removed from current use

0 As NH initiative begins, Census Bureau finds only 1 in 4 such grads work in STEM occupations

0 Lawmakers urge Amtrak Downeaster improvements

0 N.H.-based ElectroCraft buys Indiana manufacturer

0 Seacoast chambers cancel annual Business Expo for lack of venue

0 Wilton: Lack of communication in restoration of historic traffic signal

0 State sells Windham golf course site for $3.06M

0 Gorham paper mill operating day-to-day for lack of orders

0 Ex-minor leaguers sue MLB over low salaries

0 $14M to beaten Giants fan returns security focus

0 Federal funding for culvert replacement denied, Hassan appeals to Obama

0 Owner of Burgess BioPower plant sues over $140k wire transfer

0 Pennichuck Corp. seeks to issue $54.5 million worth of bonds

0 NH Dyn shows how Internet providers get around war zones

0 The Currency: As paper industry folds across U.S., N.H. mill thrives

0 PSNH president eyes energy crunch

0 Nashua's Napa East abruptly closes; future uncertain

0 ‘An error in judgment’ says police chief, Claremont officials return items taken from seized home

0 Hanover food co-op petitioners fight to reinstate fired union organizers

0 DARPA tasks Lockheed to fast-track $200M stealth missiles

0 Conway sign ordinance has businesses employing gaudy alternatives

Windham officials to discuss development

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During a joint meeting of Windham’s planning board and economic development committee Wednesday night, town officials said some of the goals set during the 2005 master plan haven’t been...

AMC asking N.E. governors to stop Northern Pass lines

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An official with the Appalachian Mountain Club has sent letters to New England governors in advance of a conference being held in New Hampshire next week, asking them to oppose the proposed Northern...

Hobby Lobby on South Willow Street in Manchester.

45 Seeking to upend Hobby Lobby court ruling, federal legislation crafted

1 Mount Washington College to close 2 campuses

0 Hudson bridge project on hold for at least another year

1 Ayotte calls again for FCC reform

0 FairPoint union members to meet and talk strike

0 NH Business Newsreel: Unitil board member tapped for U.S. post

0 Stocks up after Fed minutes on 'easy money' exit

0 Bob & Sons Automotive has been a West Side fixture for 50 years

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