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NCR ransomware attack is ‘crippling’ for some NH restaurants

Restaurants in New Hampshire, and across the country, have not been able to process loyalty products, gift cards or, in some cases, online orders, for more than a week because of a ransomware attack on NCR/Aloha, a point-of-sale provider.ghqa

As the sap stops running, the Maple Syrup Inquiry gets underway

Maple producers from New Hampshire and across the Northeast are still removing their taps and wiping the sap from their hands from the 2023 season, but the U.S. Department of Agriculture hopes they will take the time to answer the annual industry survey.

New Hampshire gets $7.6 million for clean water upgrades

New Hampshire will get nearly $7.6 million to upgrade essential wastewater and stormwater systems, part of $57.2 million in New England allocations the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Friday.

Expansion of NH rural development program proposed in U.S. Senate

A bill that will strengthen a commission that supports job creation, community development and child and health care in the most economically vulnerable parts of northern New England and New York has been introduced in the U.S. Senate by Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H.

USDA loan to fund Stonyfield Farm solar power

Stonyfield Farm is among businesses in Maine and New Hampshire that will benefit in $15.2 million in renewable energy loans to Aligned Solar Partners from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Electric Infrastructure Loan program.