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This summer, Eversource will strengthen a transmission line that runs from Franklin to Sunapee in order to guard against power outages due to storms. Find out what the project entails here.
Whether its Zika, Ebola or Swine Flu, find out how NH's hospitals train for the next outbreak here.
The fiscal damage of workplace discrimination is $64 billion annually according to one report. But that number could be considerably higher—into the trillions of dollars. Read more here.
Every Monday, BNH brings you who's doing what in NH. Find out what the buzz is all about in this week's The Buzz Online.
Think the North Country is just a winter destination? Think again. ATVs are revving the North Country economy and leading a regional trend to take tourism beyond winter. Read more.
People in the woods have long worn orange to signal they are not a target for hunters. Now hunters are using orange to signify when their firearm chambers are empty. Learn more here.
|Prefab Gets New Respect|
|by RACHEL COLLINS|
Since 2010, the prefab materials industry has had a seismic image shift.More>>
|Cannon Mountain Expected to Cut Energy Consumption 30%|
Project includes new transformers and power lines.More>>
|Eversource Upgrading Electric System from Franklin to Sunapee|
Company expects to invest $600,000.More>>
|Employees' Financial Stress Hurting Employers|
Six out of 10 employees losing sleep over financial problems.More>>
|Leadership NH Announces New Trustees|
New trustees span state and industries.More>>
|Prepping for Epidemics|
|by MELANIE PLENDA|
Hospitals in NH are always in training for the next outbreak.More>>
|Workplace Discrimination: $64 Billion in Lost Revenue|
|by BILL PROUDMAN|
Or is it more like $2 trillion?More>>