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October 31, 2014

As the Central Network Retail Group continues its expansion, Manchester, Georgia-based Taylor-Foster Hardware founder Lee Taylor expressed positive sentiments over his company's acquisition by Central Network Retail Group (CNRG).

"I could not be more pleased with our new association with CNRG," said Taylor. "I believe this transaction is a win-win for all parties. I can now fund my personal retirement and know that my employees now have access to affordable health care and an opportunity to fund their retirement."

October 10, 2013

Jason Mora recently joined Versatex as a market development specialist. 

Based in Manchester, N.H., he spent the past three years building his skill set as a client service analyst with Mercer Investments of Norwood, Mass., and as a senior sales representative at Flagship Merchant Services, the transaction processing organization headquartered in Charlestown, Mass. 

April 16, 2013

Litterbox product from New Hampshire-based company uses a mineral to absorb moisture as gases.

Manchester, N.H.-based White Cliff Pet Products has announced the launch of Breathe Free Litterbox Mate, a cat litter pad designed to eliminate litter box odor, according to the company.

The litter pad blocks cat urine and fecal odor as well as bacteria growth, according to the company. Breathe Free Litterbox Mate litter pads are filled with a mineral that absorbs moisture and gases, such as ammonia, in turn neutralizing and eliminating smells from any-sized litter boxes. 

November 9, 2011

Manchester, N.H., police are looking for a suspect who pulled an electronic stun gun on a loss prevention officer at a local Home Depot store. The Nov. 9 robbery, reported by WMUR television news, started as a shoplifting incident until the individual -- described as a white man in his 20s, about 5 ft. 9 ins. tall and 160 pounds -- was confronted when leaving the store without paying for two lawnmower engine bands. The merchandise was valued at approximately $150. 

March 7, 2011

The idea of a nationwide chain of green building material outlets has been dreamed about by many eco-minded business people and investors. But it’s never gotten past the one-off stage, where successful green retailers push past their local markets with a successful model that can work in multiple cities across the country. Until now. 


The merger of Ecohaus and Green Depot, announced on Feb. 7, is a West-meets-East event that unites three of the pioneers in the green-building movement. Four, if you count Greenmaker in Chicago, which Green Depot purchased in 2008.


February 10, 2011

Two of the nation’s largest dealers of green building materials became one this week when Green Depot purchased Ecohaus, a Pacific Northwest icon, creating an East-West network of environmentally friendly LBM stores. 

December 6, 2007

The pro dealer will relocate some of its lumberyards and absorb other units into nearby...