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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

Settlement reached between Groton Wind and state AG's office

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The Spanish company that built the 24-turbine Groton Wind facility has reached a settlement agreement with the Attorney General's office that resolves the plant's issues with the Attorney General, and required the plant owners to pay $150,000 to the ongoing Livermore Falls protection and enhancement project in area towns.

Peterborough makes plans for state's largest solar array

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At a Special Town Meeting Tuesday, voters will be asked to authorize the Select Board to negotiate the conditions and terms for a 20 year lease for the construction and operation of a solar array.

Opponents of new wind-power projects in Alexandria line walkways of Town Hall Tuesday night.

0 Alexandria won't approve permit for wind-power developer

0 Windham officials to discuss development

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

Opinion

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...
EDITORIAL
Guess the American public is not too concerned about gas guzzlers killing the planet.
BETSY MCCAUGHEY
Democratic politicians are lying about the Hobby Lobby's ruling, scaremongering and trying to whip up a war over reproductive rights before the fall election.
JOHN STOSSEL
Must government build our infrastructure?
EDITORIAL
Here come the Medicaid tax hikes.
EDITORIAL
Sorry, Derry is not Space Town USA.

From left, Sarah Cadorette of Tilton, April Gauthier of Northfield, and 2-year-old Brayden Chase of Tilton protest Market Basket management outside the Tilton store Wednesday morning. DAN SEUFERT PHOTO

Large protest at Tilton Market Basket; Delivery truck left unloaded

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Mike LeClair is known for speaking his mind to his employees, and he did so Tuesday night in a Facebook post, as he invited his Market Basket employees to a large protest outside Store 59 on Route 3.

UPDATED: House Speaker joins petition drive backing Market Basket workers

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House Speaker Terie Norelli has joined more than 55 legislators in signing a petition urging people to boycott Market Basket and stating the company’s board and officers are “motivated by...

Market Basket Dairy Supervisor Jack Demoulas (in jacket and tie) heads back to his car after clashing with protesters outside the company's distribution center in Tewksbury, Mass., Tuesday.

Tempers flare as Market Basket protests continue

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Market Basket Dairy Supervisor Jack Demoulas confronted a small crowd of protesters at the supermarket chain's distribution center in Tewksbury, Mass., Tuesday morning, but was quickly shouted down...

Salem travel help company acquires Colo. firm

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On Call International, which provides a customized corporate travel assistance programs, announced Tuesday it had acquired Rescue Nurse International.

Stocks gain on earnings

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Stocks rose on Tuesday as some positive earnings and economic data pointed to a market that still had room to rise despite the S&P 500 hitting an intraday record.

Tom Mitchell of Ledge Top Farm in Lyndeborough weighs cucumbers from his garden for customers. He expects farmer's markets he sells at to be busier with the produce shortage at the local Market Basket in Milford.

Some shoppers turn to farmstands

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With shelves at local Market Baskets empty of fruits and vegetables and other products, many are turning to farm stands for fresh vegetables.

Kim Brown of Bedford picks up corn on the cob at Harvest Market in Bedford on Tuesday. Area grocery stores report brisk business in the wake of Market Basket's internal strife.

Market Basket dispute resonates outside stores

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Market Basket's high-profile dispute between its workers and the company's board risks causing serious financial harm to the supermarket chain, according to a University of New Hampshire professor.

The parking lot of the Market Basket store at 539 Donald St. in Bedford was practically empty on Monday afternoon, as shelves were quickly emptying inside the store and many employees of the supermarket chain go

Competitors, customers feel the impact of dispute in Bedford

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For the Jenkins Road Hannaford location, Market Basket's loss has been a windfall.

Market Basket workers urged to 'shut it down'; deposed CEO urges fired workers be given jobs back

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Thousands of Market Basket employees rallied on Monday and were urged to do what they could to shutter all the chain's supermarkets until deposed CEO Arthur T. Demoulas returns. Meanwhile, Demoulas...

NH businesses benefit from statewide tax-credit program

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The redevelopment of the River District and downtown Littleton got a big boost recently thanks to the Community Development Finance Authority Tax Credit Program.

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.

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...

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

Market Basket customer Doug Lyon of Milford said he's disappointed to see the shelves empty and hopes they can resolve it soon as he shopped on Monday afternoon.

0 The mystery of Market Basket's missing website and the lone NH shopper who filled the void

0 Though Mass. town feels burned, neighbors call NH fireworks company and its owner 'kind and generous'

0 Portsmouth mayor tired of waiting for a response from Hassan regarding Sea-3 propane project

0 Separate civil case against Rymes Propane & Oil moves forward in state court for selling fuel too cheap

0 Feds estimate median income for a family of four in NH tops $97.5K

0 Bill Nemitz: Market Basket revolt a sign of fed-up times

0 Claremont investigates how tax eviction of property owner was mishandled

0 BAE contract part of $496M effort to better protect troops from threats

0 3.9% raise for Dover teachers will be $1.1M bill for taxpayers

0 Roofer gets three to six years for stealing from customers

0 Vaping takes off as smoking's latest alternative

0 HUD settles case alleging housing discrimination against domestic violence victim in Berlin

0 New Jersey State Police to buy 2,800 new Sig Sauer pistols

0 Belmont firm awarded $6.7M contract for portable universal battery systems for the M119A3 Howitzer

0 Portsmouth to require rogue cabbies to 'explain themselves'

0 As Bitcoin thrives, Monadnock Region businesses approach with caution

0 iCAD buys two Calif. firms in $12.6m deal, could mean 40% increase in N.H. company’s revenue

0 FairPoint unions say initial vote count shows overwhelming support for strike authorization

0 Scott Brown Tweets Pic Posing with DeLorean, Spells DeLorean Wrong

0 Fired Lebanon food co-op workers: 'We were told to keep quiet about pay'

0 Woman sues St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua over mother's death

0 Risks and rewards of illegal parking lots at Hampton Beach

0 GE Capital provides Brookstone with $115M in working capital

0 Judge tosses out lawsuit against Rymes Proprane for selling fuel too cheap

0 Merrimack motorists celebrate end of Exit 12 toll collection

Business economists say sales, hiring and pay are up

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More companies reported increased sales in the second quarter of the year, fueling a jump in hiring and pay raises, according to a survey of business economists released Monday.

Bike racks donated in effort to foster Derry economic development

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Several local businesses recently donated three removable bike racks in an effort to help revitalize the downtown area.

Seacoast parents enlisted the help of their children in supporting ousted Market Basket CEO Arthur T. Demoulas outside the chain's Portsmouth store on Route 1 Monday.

Market Basket customers gather in Portsmouth to support workers

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About 10 people held signs and collected petition signatures Monday outside the Market Basket on Route 1, creating a micro-version of the enormous rally held simultaneously at the supermarket chain's...

Stocks finish the day slightly lower

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Stocks slipped on Monday as investors remained cautious about instability in Ukraine and Gaza, though the three major indexes ended well off their lows, a sign that some appetite for riskier assets...

New college are graduates hit by slow wage growth

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New college graduates have seen their wages rise more slowly than the rest of the U.S. workforce since the Great Recession, new research from the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank shows, a trend...

Sam Asano's Let's Invent: Beware of naysayers

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I wrote last week that inventors need intuition: Its number one function is to support an inventor's ego-wearing battle against the world full of naysayers.

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