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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (July 17, 2009)

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$22m awarded to six housing projects. 399
2010 races starting to take shape. Cook, Brad 750
A good first step: federal energy legislation has strengths, but can be made better. Curran, Jerry 470
A real gamble. Brief article 225
A secure, renewable grid: it's not just a fanciful dream, and it's inherently less vulnerable to sabotage. Morrison, Roy 584
A victory for homeowners. Sargeant, Paul Letter to the editor 272
Airport area development set to take off. Scanlon, Dan 908
Bridging the capital gap. Gurau, Michael Column 667
CASA of N.H. finally gets a permanent home: building donation gives organization 'a new beginning'. Yang, Jennifer T. 1067
Citizens offers student loan options. Brief article 172
Cutting-edge ruling. 125
Direct capital launches print finance division. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 151
Estate planning: a vital dialogue. Sommese, Donald E. 744
Ethics: whose responsibility? Cooke, Peter R. Column 795
Excellence in Media & Marketing: B. Allan Sprague: Bedford Granite Group Advertising, Bedford. 273
F & J tote board. Brief article 216
Fellow 'explorer'. 121
Filing line: bankruptcies remain on record pace. Sanders, Bob Public notice 499
Firm buys Litchfield condo complex. Brief article 121
Fund financing: loan fund wins $2m federal stimulus grant. Brief article 129
H.J. Nassar Motor Co., a Lawrence, Mass., auto dealership, is being taken to federal court by a group of businesses and towns paying for the cleanup of the Beede Oil Superfund site. Brief article 98
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. Brief article 81
Help is on the way: UNH internship program a win-win for students, businesses. Kibbe, Cindy 447
Job Hunt: it's still not clear how many stimulus jobs have been created in N.H. Sanders, Bob 2052
Job watch: N.H. employers step up hiring in June. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 197
John Martin, vice president and business banking development officer at Laconia Savings Bank and Dick Holden, vice president and business development officer at Laconia Savings, were recently honored as the U.S. Small Business Administration's Financial Services Champions of the Year in New Hampshire. 80
Keene sues over supermarket plan. Brief article 130
Kevin Guay has sued city and state officials for $55 million in damages after they tore up his property while searching for pollution that he says was never found. Brief article 96
Lending an ear: small businesses flock to lending expo to find financing. Smith, Ashley 784
Livestock production and antibiotics. Crawford, Stephen 522
Mark your calendar. Calendar 1133
Milk man: AG Secretary promises help to dairy farms. Brief article 308
Mt. Sunapee expansion eyed again. Brief article 119
N.H. exports show signs of recovery in April: 2.5 percent comes on heels of an 0.2 percent hike in March. Simos, Evangelos Otto Statistical table 789
Nashua 'lifestyle center' may be scrapped. 324
Nashua downtown district a step closer. Brief article 141
Nashua, Manchester see fewer foreclosures. Brief article 210
National Grid is asking the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission to reconsider its recent rate ruling, saying that it will hurt the company's ability to attract capital to invest in its New Hampshire natural gas distribution system. Brief article 86
New Hampshire Bar Association. Brief article 104
NHBR about town. 541
Patent or trade secret? In protecting technology, one size does not fit all. Remus, Paul C. Column 876
Picking up the job-training pace: machine operators program fills the bill for workers, employers. Cyr, Shawn 710
Picking up the pieces: N.H. firm aids in purchase of one of Madoff's companies. Plenda, Melanie 811
Public Service of New Hampshire has reported to legislators that work on the disputed scrubber project at its coal-burning power plant in Bow is ahead of schedule. Brief article 85
Q & A: Developer Steve Duprey. Sanders, Bob Interview 622
Quick work: N.H. gets $26m in stimulus funds for energy plan. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 275
Ruling limits class actions in data breaches: Hannaford decision could hamper consumers seeking damages. O'Connell, Scott 745
Ski jump: N.H. mountains received boost with snowy winter. Brief article 176
Small-business health plan is unveiled: businesses could save thousands of dollars. 483
Stock check: representing a basket of stacks from N.H.-based companies or those doing a significant amount of business in the state. Statistical table 629
STORK Organic, Baby Boutique. Interview 386
Sullivan Construction Inc. Brief article 123
The 'college doctor' is in: Londonderry firm helps families plan, pay for higher education. Yang, Jennifer T. 666
The New Hampshire Department of Labor and the New Hampshire Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health have announced that non-English-speaking workers can get information on workers' compensation in 10 languages from the department's Web site. Brief article 84
The priority is prevention. Dalton, Edward 480
The Tamworth Dental Center. Brief article 111
The U.S. Supreme Court won't stop the state of New Hampshire from making doctors' prescription-writing habits confidential over the objection of companies that analyze and sell that information. Brief article 80
The University System of New Hampshire board. Brief article 122
Time for some competition? Brief article 172
Trust but verify. Cioletti, Steven Column 569
USA Springs creditors launch financing probe: creditors want to know the terms of the mortgage. Sanders, Bob 660
Weighty/matter: obesity study ranks N.H. 39th. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 307
When you're in a fix. Morin, Mike 521

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