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


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...


Plans for Manchester solar array project move forward


An aldermen's committee has given the green light to a company that wants to build a sprawling solar panel array at the city landfill that could become the largest such project in the state.

Utilities offer tips to help fight high winter energy costs


“Button Up NH Home Weatherization Workshops” will be sponsored by PSNH, Liberty Utilities, N.H. Electric Co-op and Unitil.

A stack of firewood, which will be driven by demand in the coming winter months.

2 Firewood scarcity driven by demand throughout NH

1 Bracing for the heating season throughout New Hampshire

0 Hopkinton wood program is neighbor to neighbor


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

Mike Cote's Business Notebook: Finalists for Product of the Year offer solutions for real-world problems

Keep it simple. Protect your data. Promote early detection. Where there's smoke, there's fire (but not always). Watch your head.

Christopher Thompson's Closing the Deal: Five ways to be a better boss

THE TOPIC of bosses is always fun to discuss. It's fun because everyone can relate to it, and everyone has a story to tell. It's usually a discussion that causes emotions to flare, as people recall...

10/23/14--Co-founders Tim Thyne, left, and Cory von Wallenstein talk abou their app, Adored, at Cafe la Reine in Manchester on Thursday.

This app shows you are Adored

Photography student Brandon Wiseman hates paper loyalty cards to earn perks at area businesses and rarely redeems them.

Manchester zoning may be slowing housing market

Many communities need to reassess “fairly hostile” zoning policies and adapt to changing demographics, allowing such things as carving out a separate apartment within a single-family home...

Goffstown indoor golf simulator receives OK to serve alcoholic beverages

Golf Fix Studio, an indoor golf simulation facility located in the Shaw’s Plaza 553 Mast Road, which opened in August, won approval from the Planning Board to open a bar serving alcoholic...

New home sales at 6-year high; but recovery still fragile

Sales of new single-family homes rose to a six-year high in September, but a sharp downward revision to August's sales pace indicated the housing recovery remains tentative.

A Manchester officer working a paid detail directs a SUV out of the Fairpoint parking lot past striking workers at the company's facility on William Loeb Drive in Manchester on Thursday.

FairPoint paying thousands a day for police details at Manchester sites alone

FairPoint is spending thousands a day for local police officers to oversee striking workers in northern New England locations, the New Hampshire Union Leader has determined.

Real Estate Corner: Low down payment financing options are available


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


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

Lakes Region association members recognized for community project


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


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

Price dropped on downtown site of former Nashua courthouse


A potential buyer has backed out of purchasing the old courthouse on Walnut Street, so the building — located in the heart of Nashua's downtown — is back on the market with a lower price.

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

0 Battle continues over illegal island home

0 Dairy tale: 42 stops, 4 cones a day on New Hampshire Ice-Cream trail

0 Supreme court says trust's suit against Pelham can go ahead

0 Peterborough sued over meddling in how farms make money

0 Portsmouth residents sound off over chopper noise

0 The Atlantic: The case for more trailer parks

0 How much bigger is Amazonís cloud vs. Microsoft and Google?

0 PC connection sees record sales, profit on bump from education

0 Riverside Speedway in Groveton on auction block Nov. 1

0 New loyalty app gets its debut in Manchester

0 Rochester pet-owner wants to bring indoor dog park to New Hampshire

0 Portsmouth keeps up fight over propane trains

0 New Hampshire worst state in the nation for young adults in 2014

0 Londonderry inventor a finalist for breakthrough smoke detector

0 Ayotte fights federal rules that threaten NH RV users

0 Kelly Ayotte thwarting effort to retire old Air Force jet

0 Washington Times: Parking-meter beaters on trial in New Hampshire

0 Wolfeboro receives $7.5 million settlement check, $1.15M to go to legal expenses.

0 Mesa glass making plant announces layoffs

0 North Country nonprofit explores modular homes as affordable alternative for poor

0 Road salt hurting wildlife in streams along I-93 widening

0 Lads of 'Top Gear America' race the Appalachian Trail in 24 hours

0 Part of Rockingham Park could be sold

1 Jeanne Shaheen lied about her nuclear energy record

0 Insurance companies trying hard not to cover lawsuit against Humane Society

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

Smokers see little NH tax money helping them to quit


This year, New Hampshire took in about $262 million in tobacco taxes and funds from a 1998 settlement with tobacco makers that were intended to provide states with money to fund tobacco prevention...

Brown, Ayotte make trip to ever-popular BrewFest


Republican U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown stirred up conversations as he and U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, surrounded by media and campaign staff, slowly cut a path through a boisterous crowd Saturday...

0 Shaheen, Warren at UNH, slam Brown

0 Agency missteps leave motorists in dark on air-bag defects

9 Hassan, Havenstein spar over education

5 Gov. Hassan, Havenstein spar over higher education during Manchester Chamber debate

4 Committee rejects call for additional money to help charter schools

0 North Country luncheon celebrates nonprofit's success

0 3 NH firms say they are owed $400,000 by GT Advanced

0 Part of Rockingham Park may be sold

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