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Three ways we respond to change

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As an executive managing a high-growth company, I think often about the way change can be incredibly damaging if not managed effectively, and the herding demonstration brought that truth to mind.

Energy

Peterborough receives EPA ‘green power’ award

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The town has received a 2014 Green Power Leadership Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, town officials announced this week.

Work on largest solar project in state begins in Peterborough

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Site work for what will be the largest solar array in the state has begun.

0 24-mile transmission line project could begin in late 2016

0 Conflict rises over Millsfield agreement with wind farm

53 New Hampshire's energy future in 'crisis'

Opinion

GEORGE WILL
Obama's legal overreach in Wisconsin.
PAT BUCHANAN
We have every reason to increase our supply of oil.
DAVID HARSANYI
But there are two problems with treating a new China-United States climate deal as big news. 1) We're not really doing anything we weren't going to do anyway. 2) Neither is China.
EDITORIAL
Voting against energy, what a surprise.
EDITORIAL
Tobacco wars flare up in Massachusetts, of all places.
EDITORIAL
A Bedford sign ordinance review at last.
EDITORIAL
Can we see Gov. Hassan's "innovation" now?

Hundreds of striking FairPoint workers rally in downtown Manchester on Friday.

FairPoint strikers rally; determined to remain strong

MANCHESTER — An international union president at a noon-time rally Friday told 300-plus striking FairPoint Communications workers that they were on the “front line” of suffering...

John Rymes of Rymes Propane & Oil  talks to reporters at the Fred Fuller Oil & Propane headquarters Thursday in Hudson.

Rymes works to finalize Fuller sale

Company officials gathered outside the Fred Fuller Oil & Propane headquarters Thursday afternoon with an update on the tentative bankruptcy sale of the struggling fuel company.

Melissa Levesque, staff member at Granite State Indoor Range and Gun Shop in Hudson, engaged in some target practice Thursday morning. The new facility, located at 2 Hampshire Drive, opened in late October.

Shooting range aims to hit mark in southern NH

Located in a former manufacturing facility at 2 Hampshire Drive in the Sagamore Industrial Park, the privately owned shooting range is open to the general public and welcomes both newcomers and...

Unlicensed employees cost Concord financial firm $100,000

Lincoln Financial Securities Corp. of Concord has agreed to pay the state $100,000 to settle allegations that for four years 22 of its employees traded securities when they were not licensed to do so.

Canadians snap up U.S. commercial real estate at a record pace

Canadian pension funds and developers have been raising their investment in foreign real estate this year, primarily in the United States, as they seek alternatives to a consolidated domestic market.

Succulents grow in a planter where crews have removed green leafy foliage at the Intercontinental Hotel in Los Angeles to save water on on November 10, 2014.

Hotels go green, and not just to save water or money

More hotels are going green, and not just to save water or money

Boston Scientific to pay $18.5 million in mesh case

A jury in West Virginia federal court found the Massachusetts company liable to four women following a 10-day trial, according to their lawyer, Doug Monsour.

Home ownership is not for everyone

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The Mortgage Professor: Homeownership is not for everyone

A rendering of the RiverWalk at Loon Mountain, a 170-unit, fractional ownership luxury resort being built on the banks of the East Branch of the Pemigewasset River in downtown Lincoln.

Ground broken on new Lincoln resort

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Hearkening back to the days of “grand hotels,” InnSeason Resorts has broken ground on the RiverWalk at Loon Mountain, its third luxury resort in town, and according to its principals,...

Kelly Wieser hugs her father, Tom Mullen, on Wednesday afternoon, several hours after the Owl's Nest Resort and Golf Course, which Mullen and his business partner opened in 1997, was sold for $2 million in a foreclosure auction. Mullen maintains that the foreclosure was the direct result of the announcement that the Northern Pass electrical transmission project would come through an existing right-of-way on the resort which Mullen said caused property sales to collapse.

Called a 'casualty' of Northern Pass, Campton's Owl's Nest Resort sold for $2 million in foreclosure

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On Wednesday, the Owl's Next Resort and Golf Course got a new owner through a foreclosure sale while the Northern Pass, said State Sen. Jeanie Forrester, claimed another “casualty” in the...

The Howard's Restaurant property in downtown Colebrook may be getting a new owner.

Sale of Howard's Restaurant in Colebrook moves forward

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Although delayed, the sale of the Howard's Restaurant property is moving forward, said the attorney who represents the estate of the late Crystal K. Ball.

Grants target lower-cost housing in Conway, Hanover

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Public housing projects in Conway and Hanover top the list to benefit from the latest round of New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority block grant funding totaling $1.9 million.

DICK BENSON

Real Estate Corner: Essential fall maintenance checklist helps cut energy cost

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With fall quickly upon us, now is the time to focus on a few simple home maintenance projects to prepare for the changing weather ahead.

Homeownership rate falls to the lowest since early 1995

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The homeownership rate fell to the lowest in more than 19 years as the market shifted toward renting and tight credit blocked some potential buyers.

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

In this 2012 photo, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen presents a resolution honoring firefighters who helped douse the USS Miami after it was intentionally set on fire by a shipyard painter so he could go home early.  The Navy recently concluded that the Maine shipyard was ill prepared to deal with what started as a minor fire contributing to the destruction of the $900M nuclear attack submarine.

0 Firefighters union president rejects Navy conclusion lax practices at shipyard doomed $900M submarine

0 Updated flying car to be tested at Pease

0 Arson amid divorce proceedings costs couple, judge says insurer doesn't have to pay

0 Bloomberg: Concord's ghost mall: You can roll a quarter across and not hit a soul

0 NH among Bitcoin firms struggling in industry under siege by feds

0 Medical marijuana dispensary proposed for Epping

0 Gatehouse uses cash infusion to double down on business model that led to bankruptcy

0 Neighbors protest Lebanon Airport logging plan

0 N.H.-developed app targets health cost transparency

0 Verizon Wireless works with NH maker of personal presence robot

1 FairPoint warns of mobile picketing as union brings protest to customer doorsteps

0 Portsmouth also concerned about third-party driving service Uber

0 Student athlete from NH stuck on bus in NY storm for 30 hours

0 Portsmouth shuttle service costing city $5 per rider

0 GTAT sapphire production attempt was a fiasco, employees paid to sweep floors, others stayed home

0 Vermont Yankee announces layoff of 165 workers

0 UNH research: Part-time jobs put millions in poverty or close to it

0 NH pharma exec. excited $3.3B sale of Cystic Fibrosis drug a windfall for research

0 Dartmouth: Image-recognition software greatly improves web searches

0 Photos: Defects why Apple Inc. unable to release iPhone 6 with sapphire display

0 Exeter ZBA nixes homeless center proposal as unfit for residential neighborhood

0 Ex-fire chief critical of Navy report blaming destruction of $900M submarine on lax practices at shipyard

0 Apple sticking by Arizona plant after deal destroys NH sapphire supplier

0 N.H. home sales, median price rise in October

0 In wake of 10% property tax hike, Concord Monitor says bright days ahead for Penacook

Located in a former manufacturing facility at 2 Hampshire Drive in the Sagamore Industrial Park, the privately owned shooting range is open to the general public and welcomes both newcomers and experienced hobbyists. Read More

Company officials gathered outside the Fred Fuller Oil & Propane headquarters Thursday afternoon with an update on the tentative bankruptcy sale of the struggling fuel company. Read More

A local therapy clinic for dogs and horses is moving from its Nashua location to a former dairy farm in Hollis. Read More

A large, indoor sports complex has opened its doors in the Gate City, hoping to become a popular attraction for athletes and area sports teams. Read More


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