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WINDHAM — During a tour of the Interstate 93 expansion project surrounding Exit 3 on Monday afternoon, state transportation officials shared highlights of construction progress in the state's southern tier.
Last month, I held a roundtable in Berlin to hear from North Country veterans about some of the issues that most concern them. As a member of the U.S.
NASHUA –The founder of a Nashua wireless network has news that may surprise people: He doesn’t save any money by employing a worker overseas.
BERLIN – The state needs to promote manufacturing as a career to high school students if the region and country want to regain manufacturing jobs that moved offshore participants in a roundtable discussion told U.S. Congresswoman Annie Kuster Friday.
Businesses in the Monadnock Region know what they need to grow: More training in high-demand fields, better infrastructure to help convince employees to relocate here and ways to reduce the debt burdening recent graduates.
SALEM — When Mary Johanna Brown started her own company two decades ago, she wanted advice from experienced entrepreneurs.
“They ended up being all men,” she said.
That’s because there weren’t many women who owned or operated companies in New Hampshire 22 years ago when she founded Brown & Company Design in Portsmouth.
U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster will host her second Career and Opportunities Fair, featuring employers from the financial, medical, manufacturing and hospitality industries, among others.
The fair will be from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday at the Holiday Inn, 172 N. Main St., Concord.
Homes in Atkinson that have contaminated water in their wells now can connect to a municipal water system.
Forty-four homes that had been struggling with the contamination now have access to a safe drinking water supply.
New Hampshire has a strong tradition of civic engagement, but communities and individuals are competing on an uneven playing field against entrenched, well-funded special interests.