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Featuring NH's top family-owned businesses, fairs in NH, a special report on higher education and more. Purchase your copy or subscribe to BNH today.

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NH has a long history of coming up with solutions to fund Medicaid. Is the most recent plant clever, or crooked? Find out here.

It's fair season in NH. Find out how the Granite State's fairs are staying relevant and appealing to a younger audience here.

Millennials have become the largest segment of the workforce. Find out their thoughts on stereotypes, politics, the workplace and NH’s challenges here.

Check out who and what is in the spotlight in New Hampshire in this week's
The Buzz Online.

Looking for a place to relocate your business? These locations are hot, hot, hot. Read more.

A NH company is facing $160,000 in restitution and penalties after failing to adequately pay employees. Read more here

Will Stewart Named Head of Stay Work Play NH

Former president of Greater Derry Londonderry Chamber set to lead nonprofit.

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How to Enhance the Eclipse Experience

Find the best place in your neighborhood quickly.

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The Buzz Online

See who and what is in the spotlight.

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NH's Top Family-Owned Businesses: The Granite Group
by MATTHEW J. MOWRY

This is the first in a five-part series on NH's top family-owned businesses.

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How Rural NH Competes for Young Talent
by SCOTT MURPHY

The number of young people in NH is projected to dwindle in the coming years.

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Assessing the Affordable Care Act in NH
by ANNE SAUNDERS

In NH, 53,024 people signed up for plans under the ACA’s individual marketplace for 2017.

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YP Networks: Key Pieces in Millennial Puzzle
by RACHEL COLLINS

NH's 12 YP networks are working to attract and retain young professionals in NH.

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