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Sam Asano's Let's Invent: Make flight data recorders ejectable

Ask the Expert: Choosing the right business partner for your startup


Entrepreneurs can be reluctant to allow others into the inner circle of their businesses, and with good reason. Bringing on board the right business partner can be a make-or-break proposition for a...


Poll: More than 25% haven't heard of Northern Pass; mixed attitudes for others


After three years of posturing by opponents and supporters of the Northern Pass, the most recent poll on the topic shows the state is still evenly divided. “Attitudes remain mixed,” according to the most recent Granite State Poll, commissioned by WMUR and conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.

The Burgess BioPower plant in Berlin is gradually coming up to operating at 100 percent of capacity, a spokesman said.

Berlin BioPower plant coming up to speed


A $275 million facility designed to generate power from biomass wood chips is now producing electricity and is being gradually brought up to capacity.

3 Alexandria support for wind farm not strong, officials say

8 Third wind farm company withdraws leases for Newfound-area project

23 NH officials again request options for Northern Pass path


Getting the new Common Core State Standards into our classrooms is an important step we must take for our children.
No major changes are planned at two popular restaurants on Hanover Street in Manchester that are now under new management.
Former Union Leader reporter and editor John Toole is returning to the newspaper as its managing editor.
As a lifelong resident of this state, I was really disappointed to see representatives in our House push for a bill to raise the minimum wage.
Lucky Lou rolls the dice again.
Our economic climate for manufacturing and other American businesses is not good.

Members of the Associated Grocers of New England Board of Directors gathered Monday to break ground on a 105,000-square-foot expansion to its 380,000-square-foot Pembroke facility.

Associated Grocers’s Pembroke plant expands


In the eight years since relocating operations to Pembroke, Associated Grocers of New England has added 50 jobs.

0 New Hampshire Business Newsreel

0 MobileWalla: Egg-citing apps for Easter fun

1 New program seeks to ease Seacoast traffic jams

Social media strategist Peg Fitzpatrick of Keene goofs off at Twitter headquarters in San Francisco.

0 Facebook leads to career in social media


0 Business newsmakers

0 Mike Cote's Business Editor's Notebook: Shopping for a colonoscopy

Daniel Trigg, Stuart Cozzens, and Jeff Cozzens enjoy some of the beers on tap at the Schilling Beer Co. in Littleton.

0 Love of beer, outdoors led to brewery in Littleton

Real Estate Corner: It’s time to increase the transparency for property owners


For most, the purchase of property will be the biggest investment they ever make. Not only can a home’s equity fund education or couple’s retirement, but an investment property could be...

Real Estate Corner: What you need to know about financing before you buy a home


There are a few things you should know with regard to financing, before you buy a home.

The New Hampshire Jewish Federation building on Beech Street in Manchester.

Jewish Federation looking to sell Manchester headquarters


Leaders of the Jewish Federation of New Hamsphire are taking steps to sell its headquarters building in the North End of Manchester, a building that the Federation President said is under-used and...

Realtors group promotes Perry


Jessica Perry has been promoted to association executive by the Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of Realtors.

Carlos Jijon, right, and his wife Cinthya pose for a photo with their three children: Emmanuel, 15 months, Natalie, 14, and Danica, 5. The couple recently bought this home in Buena Park, Calif.

10 tips for first-time homebuyers


Statistics show that number of first-time buyers is falling. A California Association of Realtors survey showed, for example, that about half as many first-timers bought houses in 2013 as in 2009.

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

0 Compensation for top execs at 6 public companies: $74m

0 Dyn finds that charging for a formerly free service is no way to get online fans

0 Video: NH gunsmith gives American twist to Russian-made AK-47s

0 Supreme Court rules against Alstead woman trying to stay at mobile home park; case argued by non-lawyer daughter

0 IRS files $2.49 million in liens against Cate Street companies for not paying corporate income taxes

0 N.H. housing survey reveals generational mismatches

0 Matt Perrault exits ESPN New Hampshire

0 New owners for Waukewan Golf Club

0 McCain joins Ayotte fight to save A-10 even if that means F-35 suffers

0 N.H. House panel tackles Senateís credit check bill

0 Spirited future for Flag Hill distillery

0 John E. Sununu: Mortgage industry overhaul could kill scariness for good

0 Natural gas pipeline firm begins pitching plan to towns; Hollis later this month

0 Downtown Keene merchants skeptical of proposed parking rate hikes

0 Inventor of the Segway takes on water crisis in 'Slingshot' documentary

0 Steve Leone named editor of the Concord Monitor

0 Ruger issuing safety recall of select SR-556VT rifles

0 New Hampshire PUC publishes proposed RPS amendments

0 New Castle homeowners lose bid to block beach access

0 Widow of Allenstown tree cutter sues employer, state and PSNH

0 SIG Sauer sues ATF for calling its 'muzzle brake' a gun silencer

0 NH officer's smartphone app to be used for Boston Marathon

0 Judge won't dismiss lead paint lawsuit against Laconia brought by parents

0 Insider trading scheme ends in jail for two men, NH man awaits sentencing

0 Video: Riding the one-wheeled motorcycle from the future

In the eight years since relocating operations to Pembroke, Associated Grocers of New England has added 50 jobs. Read More

Three weeks. That was the timetable Rustic Crust President and CEO Brad Sterl set to resume production after assessing the seemingly insurmountable damage left in the wake of a four-alarm March 6 fire that destroyed his 18-year-old Pittsfield business. Read More

When Jeremy Hiltz started his excavation business in 1996, he had a familiar name in the construction industry, some good work references, and a pickup truck. Read More

It’s been 50 years since a young physician from Scotland helped found Derry Medical Center with three of his colleagues from Britain. Read More

Poll: More than 25% haven't heard of Northern Pass; mixed attitudes for others


After three years of posturing by opponents and supporters of the Northern Pass, the most recent poll on the topic shows the state is still evenly divided. “Attitudes remain mixed,”...

John Zahr gives a tour of the Dyn headquarters to students from Parkside Middle School in Manchester at the STEAM Ahead NH (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) Academy event on Monday. The academy begins in the fall at Manchester West.

At presentation at Manchester firm Dyn, middle schoolers learn STEAM Ahead could lead to cool career


STEAM Ahead NH, a pilot program beginning next fall that could earn students a year of college at no expense, was outlined for Parkside Middle School eighth Monday at a presentation inside Dyn, an...

Contract administrator Conrad Skov, Congresswoman Annie Kuster, DOT Commissioner Chris Clement and project manager Peter Stamnas tour the new southbound stretch of Interstate 93 near Exit 3 in Windham on Monday afternoon.

0 I-93 expansion moves forward in Windham as funding concerns are rising

17 Berlin BioPower plant coming up to speed

1 Market Basket family battles over Londonderry road

3 Hospital tax ruled invalid a second time

1 Dyn to host eighth-graders from Manchester, Hooksett

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