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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...


Wind farm opposition does not deter Executive Council OK of Berlin project


Despite opposition, the Executive Council voted 4-1 to approve $4 million in financing for a five-turbine wind farm in Berlin.

'Green drivers' can now plug in, charge up in Nashua


A new, public charging station for electric vehicles is now available at the Elm Street Parking garage in downtown Nashua.

1 Funding for Berlin wind farm up for council hearing Wednesday

0 Hollis officials seek to protect conservation lands from pipeline project

5 City landfill could host state’s largest solar farm


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.

FairPoint customer concerned about blocked emails

A Manchester man active in veterans issues said FairPoint recently blocked his efforts to send out email blasts about veteran issues from his myfairpoint email account.

The reverse-angle parking in downtown Bristol has downtown businesses complaining.

New parking system troubles businesses in downtown Bristol

A year after the downtown transportation enhancement project was completed, businesses on the downtown square say their income is down because of the new pedestrian-friendly, reverse-angle parking,...

Bob Chapman, who is finalizing the acquisition of the entire 107-acre parcel in Groveton Village that until 2008 had been home to two paper-making mills, shows off the expansive property and talks about its potential on Wednesday.

Milan man has plan for former Groveton mills

With little fanfare, Bob Chapman is finalizing the acquisition of the entire 107-acre parcel in Groveton Village that was formerly home to two paper mills and which he now hopes to convert into an...

GT Advanced, Apple try to keep lid on COO's comments

Attorneys for Apple Inc. and GT Advanced Technologies worked feverishly Thursday to keep sealed the written comments from a top GT Advanced executive that discussed what led to a fractured business...

Flatley Challenge seeks early-stage companies

Early-stage companies looking for office space and the chance to network with other entrepreneurs still have time to apply for the third annual Flatley Challenge.

Business Newsreel: Kimberly-Clark faces lawsuit over Ebola protection gear

A Southern California-based law firm has sued Kimberly-Clark Corp. for more than $500 million, alleging that the Kleenex tissue maker committed fraud by marketing and selling some of its surgical...

Stocks up on GDP, earnings

Stocks rose on Thursday, boosted by a strong reading on quarterly economic growth and by another round of upbeat earnings reports including Visa, which accounted for nearly 140 points in the Dow...

An unmanned Antares rocket is seen exploding seconds after lift off from a commercial launch pad in this still image from video shot by Matthew Travis of Zero-G News from the press area at Wallops Island, Va. on Tuesday. The 14-story rocket, built and launched by Orbital Sciences Corp., bolted off its seaside launch pad at the Wallops Flight Facility. It burst into flames moments later, then plunged to the ground in a huge ball of fire and smoke, but authorities said no one was hurt. The cause of the accident was not immediately known.

Rocket blast damps Orbital as commercial space rush lures rivals

As Orbital Sciences halts rocket launches for potentially a year or more while it investigates a catastrophic explosion seconds after liftoff, rivals are poised to jockey for a new slate of private...

Judge plans to release GT Advanced Technologies documents critical of Apple

A bankruptcy judge Thursday wasn’t moved by concerns that releasing written comments from a top executive of GT Advanced Technologies regarding its fractured business relationship deal with...


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


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


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.

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.

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

0 Merrimack neighbor has no problem with in-home businesses, but draws line at gunsmith

0 Humane Society won't appeal revocation of gambling license

0 N.H. passenger rail authority launches taxpayer-funded website

3 Scott Brown beats Jeanne Shaheen by six points in Matchbook Poll

0 Haunted Overload named ‘scariest’ attraction in U.S.

0 As GTAT stumbles, Nashau's ARC launches massive new sapphire furnaces

0 24 Hours of LeMons New England: The winners!

0 Fight with bicyclists in Amesbury lands Derry driver in road rage program

0 Sturm, Ruger Q3 earnings badly miss the mark

0 Novo hiring 90 workers for its new plant in New Hampshire

0 NHPUC approves 9% rate hike for Concord Steam Corp. customers

0 NHPUC approves 15% rate cut for Keene customers

0 Obama administration rules target for-profit colleges

0 Peterborough: Select board signs 20-year solar lease

0 Guardian Angel Credit Union proposes merger

0 Police: DOT driver involved in tractor crash on I-89 had suspended license

0 NH man pleads guilty in Logan Airport cab scheme

0 N.H. woman pleads guilty to stealing nearly $742,000 from Maine employer

0 AG monitors Sprague's suit against Fred Fuller Oil

0 NH firm's 'AirGuard' is designed to catch tobacco, pot smokers in the act, rats culprit over WiFi

0 Erica Blizzard fights to retain marina property to revert to city at expiration of lease

0 Walmart gaffe labels plus size costumes as 'Fat Girl Costumes'

0 NH man's Ducati Monster makeover is a fright night delight

0 Law Warehouses files new suit against state Liquor Commission and Exel Inc.

0 Exeter native wins Halloween TV competition, collects $50,000 prize

Come this winter, Ocean State Job Lot is expected to be open for business in the large retail space once occupied by the Stop and Shop grocery chain. Read More

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

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