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Ask the Expert: If you want to create real impact, start an online business

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The connectivity of the Internet and the tools technology has created means that every online business has the opportunity to grow exponentially. You can enjoy all the benefits of living in New...

Energy

Wind farm opposition does not deter Executive Council OK of Berlin project

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Despite opposition, the Executive Council voted 4-1 to approve $4 million in financing for a five-turbine wind farm in Berlin.

'Green drivers' can now plug in, charge up in Nashua

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A new, public charging station for electric vehicles is now available at the Elm Street Parking garage in downtown Nashua.

1 Funding for Berlin wind farm up for council hearing Wednesday

0 Hollis officials seek to protect conservation lands from pipeline project

5 City landfill could host state’s largest solar farm

Opinion

THOMAS SOWELL
The New York Times is again on the warpath against what it calls "predatory lending."
CHARLES ARLINGHAUS
NH shouldn't make the business-recruiting mistake other states make.
KELLEY TAMBOURIS
Manchester parents need to know the challenges facing teachers.
EDITORIAL
Rethinking city teacher compensation.
EDITORIAL
Newsflash: NH Democrat backed by Koch brothers group!
EDITORIAL
Let us hear no more about underpaid Manchester teachers laboring without a contract.
DREW CLINE
Living free and peacefully in New Hampshire is great, if you like that sort of thing.

New owners Bob and Rebecca Greenwood, left, and old owners Dan Boivert and Jim Batchelder, right, raise their glasses at the Wild Rover in Manchester on Tuesday. Ownership of the Irish bar changed this week.

Manchester restaurants regenerate

The Wild Rover this week welcomed back two former owners who plan to offer more live music and a late-night menu to entice people. On the other edge of downtown, near the Verizon Wireless Arena,...

Marissa Gallien sells handcrafted goods from across the country in the one room of her Ramble & Scout “pop-up shop” in downtown Portsmouth.

Portsmouth retailer sells goods from across U.S. in a small 'pop-up shop'

Marissa Gallien has packed nation-size travels into the one room of her “pop-up shop” in downtown Portsmouth, using an adventurous form of retail to breathe life into an otherwise unused...

Dow Jones asks court to deny GT Advanced, Apple's motion

Dow Jones & Co. Inc., publisher of the Wall Street Journal, has asked a court to deny a request by Apple Inc. and GT Advanced Technology Inc. to keep under seal some documents relating to GT...

Stocks down a little after Fed move

Stocks closed with slight losses on Wednesday, finishing off their lows of the session, after the Federal Reserve ended its stimulative monthly bond-buying program and expressed confidence in U.S.

Comcast settles lawsuit over overcharging cable TV subscribers

Comcast Corp. has reached a $50 million settlement in a decade-old lawsuit accusing it of overcharging cable television subscribers, 1-1/2 years after the U.S. Supreme Court threw out a larger...

Judge agrees to delay hearing related to Fuller Oil suit

A judge agreed to delay a hearing sought by Sprague Enegry Corp. to seize trucks and other inventory belonging to Fred Fuller Oil & Propane Company as a way to resolve their $4.7 million debt for...

GT Advanced had warned Apple about impending cash crunch

GT Advanced Technologies, which banked on supplying material to go into Apple's iPhone6, warned Apple Inc. a few weeks before the Merrimack company's bankuptcy filing that it risked running out of...

NH ranks high in business climate but low for business profits tax rate

Lowering the state's business profits tax rate has to be a priority for the 2015 Legislature, said representatives from two fiscally conservative organizations Tuesday.

Construction for the new climate-controlled self storage facility owned by Mast Road Self Storage LLC, located at 102 Mast Road, Goffstown, is in progress.

Climate-controlled self storage is coming to Goffstown

Bedford-based NAI Norwood Group has announced the sale of approximately 4.6 acres of land, located at 102 Mast Road in Goffstown, which will soon be the home of a climate-controlled self-storage...

Judge orders mediation in Trinity guardrail litigation

A federal judge on Tuesday ordered mediation in a lawsuit over a suspected design flaw in highway guardrails made by Trinity Industries Inc, which resulted last week in a $175 million jury verdict...

Real Estate Corner: Low down payment financing options are available

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Prospective homebuyers recently asked, “Is it true that I need a 20 percent down payment to purchase a home?”

Lakes Region Parade of Homes this weekend

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The Lakes Region Parade of Homes showcases the latest in home design.

Lakes Region association members recognized for community project

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Last year, The Lakes Region Builders and Remodelers Association embarked on a community service project that entailed designing, constructing, landscaping and decorating a house at minimal to no...

Lakes Region Parade of Homes features 9 signature properties

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Your local Parade of Homes showcases the latest in home design.

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

0 AG monitors Sprague's suit against Fred Fuller Oil

0 NH firm's 'AirGuard' is designed to catch tobacco, pot smokers in the act, rats culprit over WiFi

0 Erica Blizzard fights to retain marina property to revert to city at expiration of lease

0 Walmart gaffe labels plus size costumes as 'Fat Girl Costumes'

0 NH man's Ducati Monster makeover is a fright night delight

0 Law Warehouses files new suit against state Liquor Commission and Exel Inc.

0 Exeter native wins Halloween TV competition, collects $50,000 prize

0 The fate of iPhone's sapphire screen looks dubious, per DisplayMate report

0 In new affidavit, GTAT says it was tempted by a bad Apple deal

0 Three NH friends open a food market in Watertown

0 Novo Nordisk now hiring for new manufacturing facility in New Hampshire

0 iPad Air 2 glass cover has 2.5% screen reflectance vs. 8% reflectance for sapphire

0 Salem rejects guardrail along Canobie Lake

0 Report: 71% of NH job growth since 2000 has gone to immigrants over Americans

0 FinnaRage wants you to rage at its parties. So what if it ends up a riot?

0 'Wicked Tuna' TV stars save sinking boat near Gloucester

0 Conway Village commissioners seek AG investigation into FairPoint

0 'Robin Hood' parking meter watchers have saved drivers from $80,000 in tickets

0 Documents imply GTAT sapphire was destined for iPhone 6

0 Rye man to head iconic Vt. brand Bag Balm

0 Supreme court reversal puts Pelham fire station site in flux

0 GT bankruptcy leads to lay off of 105 employees at Colorado diamond wire saw firm

0 N.H. Motor Speedway to become home of North East Motor Sports Museum

0 Brown Company House chosen by Preservation Alliance for repairs

0 GT Advanced shareholders see value in stock despite bankruptcy

Come this winter, Ocean State Job Lot is expected to be open for business in the large retail space once occupied by the Stop and Shop grocery chain. Read More

Apple supplier GT Advanced Technologies said its settlement agreement with Apple Inc. will save the company millions and paves the way to publicly detail by Friday what led to its surprise bankruptcy filing, a company attorney said Tuesday. Read More

Stocks jump 1 percent

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Stocks rose more than 1 percent on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 ending above its 50-day moving average for the first time in almost a month as strong earnings eased concerns about the outlook for...

Companies prepare for worst as U.S. consumers see boon

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A slowdown in global growth, resulting in plunging commodity prices, is prompting U.S. companies to say the glass is half empty. American consumers see it as half full.


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