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‘This is a waiting game’
By MICHAEL KITCH
As Congress wrestles to wrap the packages and tie the bows on its infrastructure initiative, cities, towns and counties across New Hampshire have begun to plan and ponder how to spend the $462.3 million in federal assistance distributed by the American Rescue Plan Act,...
NH investors entangled in real estate ‘Ponzi scheme’
By BOB SANDERS
Her investment was made through Edmund & Wheeler, which is based in Franconia, as was one made by Anson Smith, a retiree nearing 80 in the town of Grafton. He lost $150,000 on the same property.
After years of attempts, state gets a new and expanded net metering law
The bill Gov. Chris Sununu signed into law on Aug. 26 is significantly pared down from previous attempts to expand net metering.
“The work we are doing is to create opportunities to bring together artists, art and business leaders and help them to have a dialogue and develop more of a common language,” said Tricia Soule, executive director of the NHBCA.

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