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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (April 13, 2007)

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$4.6m offered for Dover's waterfront. Brief article 89
'Cistern: An Uncommon Ritual,' an original work by Dartmouth Dance Ensemble choreographer Ford Evans and videographer Michael Sacca, will be performed at 8 p.m., April 13 & 14 at the Moore Theater at Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth College, Hanover, using ancient water vessels as crucibles of life. 81
A Weare man will serve prison time for selling fake computer parts at a Bow business in 2002. Brief article 85
Abe McWilliams of Durham has been selected as the winner of the fifth annual Youth Concerto Competition sponsored by the New Hampshire Philharmonic Orchestra. Brief article 84
BAE offers engineering internships, fellowship. 480
Big drop seen in Feb. construction deals. Stone, Tracie Brief article 252
Bills would boost renewable energy power plants. Dornin, Chris 1041
Bodi nominated to Liquor Commission. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 166
Business tax collections add to state surplus. Brief article 163
Calendar. Calendar 947
Chamber offers online reservations. Brief article 83
Checking in: Senate backs union card vote. Brief article 156
Claremont homebuilder cuts back. Brief article 131
Colebrook regroups after another listless winter. Sanders, Bob 645
Common Man Spa adds physical therapy. Brief article 123
Condo tower planned near Manchester ballpark. Brief article 96
Contractors continue employee health coverage. Stone, Tracie Brief article 170
Credit squeeze: counseling service feels foreclosure spike. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 288
Critics say N.H. should regulate home inspectors. Brief article 139
Darn varmints. Brief article 235
Debit card fees pit merchants vs. consumers. Stone, Tracie 933
Developer starts again in Hudson. Brief article 185
EMS to open new store in Portsmouth. Brief article 108
Entitlement program. Brief article 220
EPA audit faults DES loan fund. Kibbe, Cindy 935
F&J tote board. Brief article 203
Familial 'good deeds' come with legal pitfalls. Connor, Doreen F. 796
Fill your plate, fill their bellies. Kibbe, Cindy 246
Firm's hallmark is dedication to customers, employees: Energy Resource Group builds business on confidence, trust. Stone, Tracie 815
Friday night lights. Stone, Tracie Brief article 274
Giles installed as ACHE chair. Brief article 84
Hit the tobacco road. Brief article 174
Home Builders and Remodelers Association. Brief article 86
House backs minimum-wage hike. Brief article 140
iCAD defends technology after questions arise; a recent article cast doubts on computer-aided detection screenings for cancer. Kibbe, Cindy 296
Ingrid Lemaire, vice president of research and government relations at Granite State Management & Resources, one of the NHHEAF Network Organizations, has received the New Hampshire Women in Higher Education Leadership Award in recognition of her distinguished career at the organizations and for the importance of her work in providing access to higher education for New Hampshire students. Brief article 131
Jobs to Mexico: Norton Pike closes doors in Littleton. McGrath, Art Brief article 282
Keywords are the core of search marketing. O'Neil, Susan 751
King Pine, Purity receive awards. Brief article 165
Let's reinstate the R&D tax credit. Roche, Jim Column 645
Lynch's amendment is a monumental mistake. Johnson, Scott F. 715
Lynch's amendment proposal stirs plenty of discussion. Cook, Brad 891
Making the rounds ... 118
Military couple sues over foreclosure threat. Sanders, Bob Brief article 188
Millard Group of Peterborough. Brief article 92
More on tap: Redhook to increase Portsmouth production. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 134
N.H. colleges avoid student loan kickback scandal: ties to NHHEAF keep most lenders out of the picture. Sanders, Bob 562
N.H. seniors spared from Humana billing snafu. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 268
N.H.'s high-tech economy is charging back. Cook, Jim; Benson, Matt 955
N.H.'s largest auto dealers. Company rankings 1830
New Hampshire LifeSmarts. Brief article 84
New-home sales plummet in Northeast. Brief article 190
NH opinions: economics and education. Editorial 377
Ohio Wesleyan president sole finalist in UNH president search. Brief article 198
Over $143,000 in economic development grants administered through the New Hampshire Division of Economic Development has been awarded to seven organizations. Brief article 175
Pre-existing health insurance rider OKd. Sanders, Bob Brief article 165
Q & A with ... Anheuser-Busch brewmaster Greg Suellentrop. Kibbe, Cindy Interview 1115
Ragged Mountain auction postponed again. Brief article 163
Reality bites. Brief article 115
Reconnecting with the land at Keene's Stonewall Farm. Stone, Tracie 858
Region has sharpest rise in income disparity. 358
Report: N.H. 'good' at preventing cervical cancer. Kibbe, Cindy 502
Senate expands dependent health insurance coverage. Sanders, Bob 831
Sheehan, Phinney, Bass + Green. Brief article 94
Shoe-stopper. Stone, Tracie 327
SilverTech. Brief article 81
Small firms targeted by N.H. OSHA effort. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 161
Snow job. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 246
Some inconvenient truths about ed funding. Mosca, Ed Column 654
Start strategizing now on New England's future. Norton, William 697
State recruiters target insurance companies. Feingold, Jeff Brief article 156
Stock check. Statistical table 1382
Store cuts: Circuit City lays off 11 in N.H. Kibbe, Cindy 260
Study calculates pandemic's effect on N.H. economy. Kibbe, Cindy 731
The fine art of crafting severance agreements. Pearson, Michael T. 761
The tipping point? State's transportation system is at a critical crossroads. Abbott, Gary A. 1275
Too much 'payday' coverage. Peterman, Eric A. Letter to the editor 206
Travel industry lures career-switchers; NHTI program offers certificate, degree in travel and hotel management. Bushee, Andrea 840
U.S. chamber head to speak in N.H. Brief article 226
U.S. Labor Dept. sues Hudson companies over wages. Halliday, Ryan J. 645
UK firm selects Newmarket system. Brief article 176
UNH study finds 10% growth in angel market. 671
USDA. Brief article 134
We all have a role in solving climate change. Burack, Thomas S. 578
Web site challenges state real estate licensing law. Kenny, Jack 1253

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