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Raising Questions About Education Funding

Date: June 13th, 2017

By Greg Bird and Steve Norton The NH economy is in great shape. Businesses are adding workers at a pace not seen since 2000, rivaling Massachusetts for the fastest growing private sector within New E...

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Eagle Tribune: Low unemployment rate means N.H. businesses may be unable to find employees

Date: April 20th, 2017

WINDHAM — New Hampshire's low unemployment rate may actually be a negative in coming years, as officials say state has a problem attracting employees. Approximately 140 attendees at the Gre...

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NH Brings Home Transportation Report Card

Date: April 13th, 2017

  The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) recently released its latest series of state infrastructure report cards. The organization and its local chapters grade states on a span of publi...

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Conway Daily Sun: Economist to Speak at Eggs and Issues

Date: February 3rd, 2017

CONWAY — Economist Greg Bird will be the guest speaker at the Mount Washington Valley Economic Council's Eggs and Issues Business Leaders' Breakfast on Thursday. Tuesday, he told the Su...

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Union Leader: Party on before the Granite State grinds to a halt

Date: January 22nd, 2017

ECONOMISTS SAY that the numbers are looking pretty good for New Hampshire this year, but the long-range forecast is rather cloudy. So party like it's 1999, as one number cruncher says, but the mor...

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