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Charles R. Powell, Attorney at Law

Charles Powell has a law practice in Manchester (NH)
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111 Amherst Street, Manchester, NH 03101
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    Hillsborough: Manchester
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    Housing Stabilizing with Continued Growth
    Wall Street Journal Of the 52 metro areas in the May survey, only three reported a rise in overall inventory from last year: Little Rock, AR +0.6%, Tulsa, OK +3.7% and Manchester, NH +11.7%. Extremely low Months Supply of inventory continue to be seen in cities like: SanĀ ... more »
    Tentative contracts negotiated with New Hampshire's state labor unions
    The Republic The state announced the agreements Tuesday night during negotiations over a new state budget. The deal provides workers with their first raises in five years. Wages will rise 1.5 percent on July 1; 2.25 percent on July 1, 2014; and 2.25 percent on Jan. more »
    San Jose sues MLB over stalled Oakland A's move
    New Haven Register He argued the Curt Flood Act, signed by President Bill Clinton and named after the St. Louis Cardinals outfielder who lost a 1972 challenge to baseball's monopoly over player contracts in the U.S. Supreme Court, "validated baseball's antitrust ... more »
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