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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health kicked off its latest “Heads Up: Coping through COVID-19” series with a conversation about the anxiety of returning to school during a pandemic.
“Awful” is how the owner of the Hanover Street Chophouse and The Crown Tavern describes finding workers to fill about a dozen positions. A few weeks back, he started using a restaurant staffing phone app called Fliptable that produced three promising candidates to interview.
Real estate development and investment company Torrington Properties announced it has acquired the Newington Park Shopping Center for $13.3 million and touted plans to “transform” the site.
Patients with Parkinson’s, like Jeanne Collins of Manchester, have found relief for their symptoms through deep brain stimulation (DBS), whereby electrodes are surgically inserted into a targeted area of the brain and an impulse generator battery is implanted under the collarbone or in the abdomen to send electrical impulses to the electrodes to “stimulate” motor function. Recently, Collins became the first patient in New England to have her device calibrated remotely through telemedicine by Dartmouth-Hitchcock neurologist Anas Hannoun, MD.
The NH Department of Revenue Administration launched the third and final phase of its new online user portal and revenue management system, Granite Tax Connect, which provides approximately 148,000 New Hampshire taxpayers with an improved online experience.
Anyone who has been watching the economy knows that restaurant employees are very difficult to find right now. Enter Fliptable, a new cellphone app that connects employers, specifically restaurants and food establishments, with potential new employees.
Alene Candles has increased incentives in hopes of increasing the vaccination rate among its employees. The CEO has upped the ante as the delta variant spreads.
Plymouth State University has been awarded a $1.9 million federal grant to expand its professional counseling and school psychology programs to recruit more students by offering them stipends during their internships.
Visitors to the Greater Boston area have a new lodging option as Roedel Companies of Wilton, NH announced the opening of Hilton Garden Inn Boston Canton on July 23.