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Apparel Impact recycling millions of tons of textiles, one bin at a time

It did. Apparel Impact, based in Bedford, has 22 bins in Manchester, and more than 900 in five states, as well as warehouses in Hooksett and Albany, N.Y., and 22 employees. In 2022, the company’s efforts redirected 9 million pounds of textiles from landfills.

Michael Turilli

Mike Turilli named Chief Financial Officer for SolutionHealth

SolutionHealth announces Michael Turilli as its Chief Financial Officer for the healthcare system. His focus is to help SolutionHealth entities, including founding members Elliot Health System and Southern New Hampshire Health, meet varying community healthcare needs and deliver on other strategic priorities by overseeing financial operations and organizational performance.

Matt Cookson

Greater Manchester Chamber appoints Cookson as Board Chair,  announces new Board members

Matt Cookson of Cookson Communications will serve a two-year term as  GMC Board of Directors Chair. MANCHESTER, NH – The Greater Manchester Chamber has announced the appointment of Matt Cookson as board chair and the election of new members to the GMC Board of  Directors (BOD). Matt Cookson is President & CEO of Cookson Communications …

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An Innovation Ecosystem Thrives at UNH

Universities can be hubs for innovative thought, products and even spin-out businesses. The University of New Hampshire is no exception, and has actually created an ecosystem to accelerate future high-tech leaders, companies and socially responsible nonprofits. 

Scam Q&A: NH consumers should be aware of red flags

New Hampshire consumers should beware of online shopping scams, especially ones using Facebook or Facebook Marketplace or email as the origin point. Pet scams, employment scams, phishing and more, target Granite State residents, both young and old, the New Hampshire Better Business Bureau says.

MHT Director: Granite Staters need to support their airport

if New Hampshire residents don’t use Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (better known by its ICAO Code, MHT) for five out of ten of their departing flights instead of other alternatives like Logan International Airport in Boston, airline executives may no longer consider New Hampshire as a viable market on its own for air travel.