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Articles from New Hampshire Business Review (May 6, 2011)

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'goodgood manchester' community platform connects the Queen City: Manchester website is for, by and about the city's social scene. Callahan, Kathleen 1817
'Green' firms in Granite State get help. Brooks, David 580
A little labor history. Cook, Brad 799
A trademarked approach to business banking. 414
Antrim wind farm still up in air. Brief article 147
Baker Hill Golf Club's Mark Ashton and Jim Jankowski. Kibbe, Cindy Interview 626
Belly dance. Brief article 162
Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene. Brief article 103
Crystal Lake Preservation Association & City of Manchester. Awards list 191
Delay granted in Balsams sale. Kibbe, Cindy Brief article 254
Detailed schedule of events. Calendar 936
Economic development: a wise investment: proposed cuts in state agencies are self-defeating. Osgood, Deborah; Hood, James 543
F&J tote board. 160
Finalists for the First Annual Mayor's Small Business Awards announced. 1154
Gas bubble: N.H. gas price $1 per gallon higher than year ago. Brief article 127
Gold mettle. Brief article 216
Granite Healthcare Network. Brief article 107
Granite United Way. Brief article 134
Harry Lee, Ju Hyeon Kim, Matt Schlanger and So Hyeon Lee. Brief article 107
Hook, line and drinker: Redhook paring down beer branding. 346
Hospital turning tons of food into compost: commercial composting of food waste must follow stringent rules. Brooks, David 752
In-home care for your aging parent: is it time? Gerstenberger, Roy 764
Inspiring women in business event readied for May 19. 241
It's all downtown: groups unite to promote downtown Dover. 339
Letter from the mayor. Gatsas, Ted 259
Looking at work experience gaps on your resume. Ryan, Bill Column 662
Manchester welcomes you to celebrate its 1st annual Small Business Week. 496
Mark your calendar. Calendar 966
Medicaid cuts take a scalpel to hospitals' bottom line: hospitals large and small are fighting for survival against an onslaught of budget cuts and shrinking reimbursements. Sanders, Bob 1216
Middle men: Nashua startup tapped for fiber-optic network. Brooks, David 369
Million dollar deals. Statistical table 581
More than just numbers: ramifications of proposed community health center cuts are far-reaching. George, Edward G. 538
N.H. bankruptcy filings fall in April. Sanders, Bob 230
N.H. safest state in nation for workers. Kibbe, Cindy 566
N.H., New England hospitals form purchasers group. Kibbe, Cindy 352
Name that agency. 114
New app tells texters U R Bzzy. Callahan, Kathleen Brief article 266
New Biomass NH. Brief article 103
NHBR about town. 576
Nonprofits: an industry vital to state's success. Jackson, Mary Ellen 699
Nuclear reaction: Seabrook relicensing request brings up old and new issues. Sanders, Bob 2312
On the up and up: economy may be on the upswing. 419
Payouts: N.H. execs of public companies aren't hurting. Smith, Ashley Brief article 281
Peak Organic brews up solid business: local, organic ingredients set the brewery apart from others in a crowded market. Callahan, Kathleen 788
Pulling the plug: 16% in N.H. use wireless phones exclusively. Callahan, Kathleen Brief article 300
Resource fair guide. Website list 280
Retraction. Brief article 146
ReVision opens Exeter location. Brief article 316
Spring brings steady but slow growth. Norton, William 711
State budget's unhealthy effects. Hoy, Judith 591
Sugar River Bank. Brief article 114
Tax breaks OKd for Nashua renovations. Brief article 246
The Elliot at River's Edge in Manchester officially opened on April 14. 124
The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts has announced the seven recipients of the 2011 Governors Arts Awards, honoring the work of those who, by creating and supporting art, make a positive impact on the quality of life in New Hampshire. Awards list 122
The positive approach to changing work styles. Boynton, Paul S. Interview 708
The top 5 criteria for small-business backup systems. Wheeler, Brian 633
Unitil will start the first of four annual rate increases beginning May 1, with the average customer paying $1.66 more per month, the company announced. Brief article 102
What the world can learn from Bretton Woods: the recent Institute for New Economic Thinking conference at Mt. Washington underscored the need to regain our social and political will. Sedoric, Tom 890
When children should talk to parents about money. Sommese, Donald E. 370
Which retirement plan is right for your business? Cohen, Dan 665
Wilbur tapped for state bank post. Brief article 156

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