With tag: new_hampshire
Mortgage crisis expands to prime borrowers in N.H.
New Hampshire housing advocates say they've noticed a troubling trend, the
mortgage crisis is spreading to prime borrowers.
Most of the
foreclosures in New
from subprime mortgages made to borrowers who don't qualify for traditional
loans, usually because of bad credit or low income.
Can N.H. tourism bounce back after Old Man's tumble?
Nearly five years
after the Old Man of the Mountain's demise, it's tough to get a clear picture
of how the collapse has affected tourism in New Hampshire or to predict the
success of a planned memorial for the site.
NH again named "Most Livable State"
For the fifth year
in a row, a national ranking lists New Hampshire as the "Most Livable State'' in the country.
N.H. public access law entering the electronic age
efforts have failed, New Hampshire lawmakers appear ready to update the state's
Right-to-Know law to cover electronic record keeping and communication,
Feds cite hassles if ID law not followed
officials are pushing states to adopt stricter driver's license standards to
end a standoff that could disrupt domestic air travel.
N.H. regulators approve Verizon-FairPoint deal
New Hampshire regulators have approved the sale of Verizon's landline phone and
Internet service in northern New
England to North
Carolina-based FairPoint Communications. The regulators say they believe
FairPoint has shown that the proposed deal is for the public good.