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

Rochester Museum of Fine Arts commissioned a local artist for a public art project in the city's historic district. Learn more about the project and the artist here

The U.S. Small Business Administration approved more than 68,000 loans in FY17, providing more than $30 billion to small businesses. Find out how much NH lending increased here.

"Sorry I'm late...my dog ate my car keys," and other outrageous excuses CEO's have heard from employees running late to work. Read them here.

The Nashua Soup Kitchen & Shelter is set to become the first solar-powered nonprofit organization in Nashua. Learn more here.

Is Your Company a Business of the Year? It just might be. Apply today to be considered for this prestigious award. Click here to learn more.

Hodgson to Step Down as Dover Chamber President

Katie MacKinnon to Succeed Hodgson.

NH Communities Fall Short on LGBTQ Equality

Several NH cities and towns fall below national average of Human Rights Campaign's 2017 Municipal Equality Index 

River Valley Community College Launches New Early Childhood Education Certificate Program

New program designed to meet workforce needs.

#12 Best Company to Work For in NH


Manchester’s Mayor Presents Solar Plan

Mayor Ted Gatsas aims to save $3.3 million.

The Buzz Online
In the spotlight:Tito’s Handmade Vodka recently donated $20,000 to the Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire (ARLNH) as part of NH Liquor More>>
Survey Finds Elderly Frequent Targets of Financial Fraud

Email may be the place they start.

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