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BittWare, a downtown Concord tech firm, is bought by a much larger electronics company
One of Main Street's most unusual tenants, a company that designs and builds high-end computer boards in offices above and below Gibson's Bookstore, has been purchased by Molex, a much larger electronics firm based in Illinois.
Date: May 22, 2018

Seacoast reboots system to cultivate, empower and reward people who report crimes
Representing 15 communities across the Seacoast and southern Maine, Seacoast Crime Stoppers is launching a crime-reporting app, fundraising for its crime-tip rewards and expanding its mission with a new board of directors.
Date: May 20, 2018

A new theory of first ever UFO photo, which was taken atop Mount Washington about 1870

A new theory of first ever UFO photo, which was taken atop Mount Washington about 1870
The image had been taken in the winter of 1870-71 during a meteorological expedition, which he would learn later included a study of frost architecture.
Date: May 17, 2018

Primary candidate to replace Shea-Porter willing to look into UFOs

Primary candidate to replace Shea-Porter willing to look into UFOs
Asked if she would address news reports about military footage of UFOs, including a New York Times story from a retired Navy pilot who now lives in New Hampshire, Sullivan said she would look into it as part of her job on Armed Services Committee.
Date: May 17, 2018

Jackson police gear up to deploy animatronic predators to strike fear into the hearts of geese
The new program is going to involve the placement of two types of devices that mimic natural predators, as well as a noise device that is disturbing to the geese. The natural predator devices will look like an owl with flapping wings, placed high,...
Date: May 08, 2018

Who needs CRISPR - UNH success shows plain old cross-breeding can modify plant genetics like crazy
From UNH News Service: Gardeners preparing to plant their fruits and vegetables have a number of new summer squash, melon and pumpkins options that were developed at the NH Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire by a...
Date: May 07, 2018

UNH students reactive to social media policy
Chiang worries that the students who react to inflammatory and discriminatory posts with anger would also be in danger of facing misconduct sanctions, wwhich he things might be an isssue. He also feas the policy might, "impact and penalize the...
Date: May 04, 2018

GPS system to track Mass. State Police cruisers to reduce corruption
Republican Gov. Charlie Baker and State Police Colonel Kerry Gilpin updated proposed state police reforms following scandals including overtime abuse by state police. Changes include the dismantling of Troop E, which patrolled the Massachusetts...
Date: May 04, 2018

The NH cold case that inspired  'Golden State Killer' detective to try genealogy

The NH cold case that inspired 'Golden State Killer' detective to try genealogy
In January, investigators began piecing together genetic links between the suspect and users of the ancestry site GEDmatch, which had also been used in the New Hampshire case, and within four months had found their suspect.
Date: May 04, 2018

NH privacy expert, others on how businesses can cash in on Europe's new data rules
To date, the GDPR is one of the broadest and most comprehensive laws devised by a Western country to regulate the Internet and personal data privacy, according to Trevor Hughes, president of the New Hampshire-based International Association of...
Date: May 03, 2018

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