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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

A swimming area at Livermore Falls is depicted above.

Livermore 'friends' pleased with potential settlement from Groton Wind project

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A new, safe walking bridge next to the historic Pumpkinseed Bridge over the Pemigewassett River at Livermore Falls is being envisioned by members of a local committee studying ways to improve and enhance the falls for safe public use.

Groton Wind sound tests pass muster for committee

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The amount of sound emitted by the Groton Wind facility in town and in surrounding towns is within the state's guidelines for such projects, according to a contractor that just conducted tests for the owners of Groton Wind.

2 Developer says proposed LNG plant in Groveton 'on hold'

0 Lundberg survey says gas prices fall as refinery output rises

0 Peterborough OKs state's largest solar array project

Opinion

EDITORIAL
If a manager "criticizes" an employee in private, does that count as "abusive" behavior?
KARLYN BORYSENKO
Workplace bullying is a serious issue in state government, and Gov. Hassan should have signed the bill to address it.
EDITORIAL
Where are all the gun manufacturers going?
DAVID HARSANYI
Taking a hard look at teacher pay.
EDITORIAL
A union protests data, which is perfect.
EDITORIAL
Market Basket's amazing protest.
JONAH GOLDBERG
Liz Warren and the left's hypocrisy on big business.
JOHN DUMAIS
The public needs to know fact from fiction when thinking about genetically modified foods.
STEPHEN L. CARTER
I’m not going to use this column to add to the flood of arguments about whether Hobby Lobby was rightly or wrongly decided. What interests me is why exactly fund-raisers believe that including...

Market Basket orders employees to return to work

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Market Basket's co-CEOs said workers can return "without fear of penalty" and the company also will begin advertising to hire new workers, according to a statement released Wednesday.

Whole Foods plans to open Bedford store next year

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Whole Foods Market plans to open a 40,000-square-foot store in Bedford by the end of 2015, the natural foods retailer said Wednesday.

JeanMarie Sallah and her son Brandon Sallah outside Greg's Place Restaurant in Manchester.

Greg's Place closing, Terrasini Grille opening

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Greg's Place across from Verizon Wireless Arena will be closing after 30 years of serving up its two-eggs, any-style breakfast special. But another branch of the family tree plans to open a new...

Passengers get picked up by their driver Dan Burgess in Chicago in this undated photo. Burgess, 46, is a rideshare driver with Uber, Lyft and Sidecar.

Interested in using your car for ride-share business? Check your insurance

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Drivers and passengers who participate in fee-based ride share programs may find they don't have proper insurance coverage should they get in a collision or are hurt, the New Hampshire Department of...

Sturm Ruger shares suffer steepest dip in 5 months as gun sales wane

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Sturm, Ruger & Co. shares fell the most in five months after reporting a drop in second-quarter earnings, missing analysts' estimates as demand for guns wane.

Fed is in no rush to raise rates; S&P, Nasdaq end higher

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The S&P 500 and Nasdaq ended higher on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve gave a rosier assessment of the U.S. economy while reaffirming that it is in no hurry to raise interest rates.

Fred Greene, of Manchester, continues to shop at the Elm Street Market Basket but has to get some essentials at Hannafords.

Market Basket community waits and watches

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Workers at Market Basket stores around New Hampshire are remaining hopeful as they wait for word from the company's board of directors on Arthur T. Demoulas' offer to buy out rival family members who...

Waste Management to sell Hampton-based Wheelabrator

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Waste Management Inc., North America's largest trash hauler, agreed to sell its Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. unit, based in Hampton, N.H., for $1.94 billion to reduce its exposure to electricity...

Derry drive-through coffee shop gets green light to open

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Planning Board members recently approved the site plan for an Aroma Joe's coffee shop, giving the green light to the drive-through business.

Stocks end down; Twitter rallies after-hours

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Stocks fell on Tuesday, dropping in a broad selloff as a weak outlook from courier company UPS weighed on sentiment and pressured transportation stocks.

Real Estate Corner: A step-by- step guide to home buying

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Deciding to purchase a new home can be an exciting, yet overwhelming decision.

About 150 acres planned for development in Merrimack

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The John J. Flatley Co. is hoping to build a large housing and retail facility in Merrimack, similar to Tara Heights in Nashua.

NANCY PHILBRICK

Real Estate Corner: Power of attorney won't protect a deal if the seller dies before closing

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The seller of the home that we are purchasing is critically ill. His son has power of attorney, but there is no trust in place. What happens if the seller passes before we close escrow on our...

Built in 1774, the former home of Josiah Bartlett was placed on the market last weekend.

Josiah Bartlett homestead goes on the market

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The 1700s homestead once owned by Declaration of Independence signer Josiah Bartlett, is available for sale for the first time.

The 39-acre Hett Farm property in Portsmouth will be auctioned at 6 p.m. July 30. The next open house at the farm, which includes horse barns, riding areas and a home that dates to 1810, is from 4 to 6 p.m. July 23.

17th-century Hett Farm to be auctioned in Portsmouth

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The first of two open houses at a 39-acre historic farm in Portsmouth drew more than 20 interested people Tuesday, an auctioneer on the site said, ahead of the farm's auction July 30.

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.

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

0 Dean Kamen says public not FDA to blame for slow pace of medical device innovation

0 Convict given $104M by feds for ratting on Swiss bank found guilty of DWI

0 Equinox shut down at Canobie Lake Park for 'foreseeable future'

0 NH among 10 states that won't cut Hollywood a break on its taxes

0 NH fireworks provider won't charge Conn. town claiming show was a dud

0 Amtrak's Downeaster wraps up difficult month to end fiscal year with more ridership, revenue

0 Shaheen goes to bat for cheap sugar

0 N.H. Whole Foods property sold for $27M

0 NH nonresidential building suffers a blow in June

0 June N.H. home sales surpass 2005 record

0 Chowder Pot’s entertainment halted by bloody baseball rivalry and liquor liability

0 New weekly farmers market in Hinsdale

0 NHTI cuts 14 positions to close $3 million shortfall

0 Upper Valley manufacturer Hypertherm is hiring, and training, many

0 Police want to wait and see on Hampton Beach noise law

1 Dover patient shocked by $3,766 Wentworth-Douglass charged insurer for tube of cold sore cream

0 Man, 20, pulled from Water Country wave pool in critical condition

0 Hannaford cashes in on Market Basket’s family turmoil, sends workers to NH

0 Market Basket violated some workers’ rights, lawsuit says

0 How one woman set off the latest chapter in the Market Basket tale

0 Boston Globe: Who lives on those islands in Lake Winnipesaukee?

0 Rye woman turns own experience into an online guide for families planning for death

0 NH Liquor Commission touts record sales of booze

0 N.H. composters say new food waste rule change could stir growth in business

0 Judd Gregg: We need Ex-Im in real world

U.S. loosens rules for Lockheed F-35

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U.S. authorities have loosened some flight restrictions on Lockheed Martin Corp's F-35 fighter jets, allowing pilots to fly faster and take tighter curves, as military officials investigate a massive...

Market Basket shopper Lillian Meunier picks up some vegetables at the New Horizons Food Pantry Tuesday afternoon in Manchester.

Food chain roles change in light of Market Basket saga

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In a sign of how food travels, Market Basket in recent days began donating meat and produce to the New Hampshire Food Bank to distribute to other food pantries rather than see the food spoil.

Market Basket's board considering multiple suitors

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Market Basket's board of directors is considering more offers to sell a controlling stake in the supermarket chain than just the one submitted by ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas, a board spokesperson...

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