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NH tourism official predict 17 million visitors will flock to the Granite State this summer, spending $2.25 billion along the way. Read more.
The RiverWoods Group announced it will open RiverWoods Durham, the first RiverWoods community outside of Exeter, in late 2019 or early 2020. Find out more here.
Downs Rachlin Martin, a law firm with five offices in Lebanon and Vermont, is launching a new patent competition for startups and early stage companies. Learn more here.
Temperatures are rising, which means summer wardrobes are coming out. Is what you are planning to wear appropriate for the office in the warmer months? Find out here.
Check out who and what is in the spotlight in New Hampshire in this week's The Buzz Online.
Dr. Joanne Conroy has been appointed CEO of Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Learn more about Conroy here.
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