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Other lessons from the fair — managing conflict

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I love the Deerfield Fair! Funnel cakes, lobster rolls and bacon on a stick! What's not to love! Plus I found a great metaphor to illustrate some of the ways in which people respond to change in last...

Energy

Maryann Harper and Elisa Benincaso of Rindge wave to motorists during a protest against the proposed pipeline through the region on the Fitzwilliam town common Saturday.

Pipeline protest in Fitzwilliam

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More than 50 people lined the Fitzwilliam town common Saturday morning to oppose a proposed natural gas pipeline through the region.

Poll shows Groton voters oppose new wind plants

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A Master Plan poll of town residents by the planning board counted publicly by the planning board Wednesday night shows most people in town are against adding more wind-energy plants.

1 Opposition lines up against new Alexandria wind plant proposal

6 PSNH's rate request puts it lower than competitors, a reversal from last year

0 Pipeline meeting in Mason draws big crowd

Opinion

DAVE SOLOMON
The notion that public opposition is stalling much-needed energy projects in New England has gotten a lot of attention lately.
EDITORIAL
Manchester aldermen need to rethink the city's taxi regulations.
EDITORIAL
What if Manchester's new Walmart does create a traffic nightmare?
MARK CONNOLLY
Commuter rail would be great for NH business.
MARK HAYWARD
Some of the signs around Manchester just don't make much sense.
JOSEPH W. MCQUAID NEW HAMPSHIRE UNION LEADER PUBLISHER
New Hampshire was once the envy of the region and the nation. From the 1970s to the 1990s, New Hampshire's rapid job growth, which was aided by low taxes and reasonable business costs, attracted...
NOAH SMITH
Don't buy the Internet myth about labor and productivity.

Tugboats, a salt pile and scrap metal shape the working waterfront in Portsmouth - for now.

Port of New Hampshire's future uncertain as industry, scenery clash

While tugboats provide a postcard backdrop for tourists, a working waterfront where heavy industry prevails despite the gentrification that surrounds it.

Sony just a beginning? Cyber security a fear in NH too

We check with staff at NH Dept. of IT to see how well state systems are protected against hackers, and try to reach security experts to address retail and banking security issues, if any, in N.H.

Atrium Medical Corporation's new headquarters in Merrimack is more than 200,000 square feet, and will accommodate up to 700 employees.

Moving into the light

A medical manufacturing company is in the process of moving its headquarters from Hudson into a newly renovated building on Continental Boulevard. "We are very excited about the new space," said...

Pizza Bella owner Deedee Zgonis stands beneath a new ceiling decorated with pizza pans.

Bedford pizza restaurant gets surprise makeover from Eastern Bank

The owner of a local pizza restaurant recently got the surprise – or, rather, three surprises – of a lifetime, thanks to her business' bank.

Single Digits continues rapid growth with acquisition of Spectra Access

BEDFORD — A year after winning the New Hampshire High Tech Council's Product of the Year Award, Bedford-based Single Digits is growing and expanding at a rapid pace, while staying true to its...

Real Estate Corner: Getting ready for the closing

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You are about to complete the purchase of your home. Completion happens at an event called a closing and is conducted by a settlement agent.

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

0 13 patients of NH PainCare clinics sue, say they got sick after injections

0 PSNH tells Farmington 104-year town holiday tradition must end

0 N.H. wood harvesting industry impact: $51 a ton

0 Market Basket film, funded by fans, will retell the saga

0 Paintball park planned for tract at the Weirs

0 FairPoint union bargainer says they’ll negotiate

0 Gilford selectmen spike tipping fee for trash haulers 50%

0 Preferred MBTA site identified in Plaistow

0 Supplement manufacturing giant Pharmavite acquires Derry-based FoodState

0 Portsmouth says Uber must abide same nanny regs as taxi drivers

0 Ex-UBS $104m whistleblower living in NH can't move to Europe

0 Adam Sandler: After Sony leak, is ‘Happy Gilmore’ net worth suffering?

0 Study calls for $500M for NH airport improvements

0 NH hockey team moving to Maine could be worth at least $1 million in economic activity say city officials

0 State official teach businesses how to benefit from titanic federal spending

0 NH boasts nation's third best drivers

0 Interested parties await state's next move towards opening dispensaries

0 Ariz. plant's future unknown as court OKs Apple, GT settlement

0 Keene official critical of PSNH trimming to protect lines claiming some of town's finest trees

0 Portsmouth seniors complain about city parking crackdown

0 Bottomline Technologies Inc. (EPAY) hits new 52-week low

0 Gorham Paper and Tissue removes fires CEO

0 WSJ: New Hampshire businessman files to set up rare new bank

0 Unity board pursues suit against architect

0 Nashua’s Law Warehouse, Liquor Commission and Exel back in court as case presses on

Ameriflight LLC said Friday that is has finalized and closed the acquisition of Wiggins Airways Inc., the Manchester-based regional carrier of overnight air cargo. Read More

Wal-Mart has started tearing down the Associated Grocers warehouse site in south Manchester, and the company plans to have its long-delayed Supercenter open on the site in early 2016, the retail giant said Wednesday. Read More


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