March 13. 2012 12:10PM

Tuesday headlines - NH news from the web


EPA to Investigate PCE Contamination near Beacon Street West in Laconia

Dartmouth student's graphic allegations of 'dehumanizing' experiences put hazing in spotlight

Suspected BF bank robber arraigned in Brattleboro
Gerald J. Clough, 30, of Swanzey, N.H., appeared in the Windham Criminal Division of Vermont Superior Court to answer a felony grand larceny charge after he and another man allegedly robbed the People's United Bank on Atkinson Street.


Jose Rivera's revised "Massacre (Sing to Your Children)" will resurface off-Broadway; casting announced
According to the Rattlestick, "In a small New Hampshire town, seven friends conspire to murder their mysterious neighbor Joe. On the night of the killing, as they confront the many meanings of their crime and finally relax and laugh and love again…there's a knock on their door."

UNH among northern colleges helping build homes for southern veterans

NH seeks input on future of old Statehouse remains


Londonderry's ECCO overcomes flooded Thai factory to post best results in company history
Profit before tax is up 43% on 2010 and represents 13% of net turnover. Thousands of BAE Systems jobs in UK secured by Joint Strike Fighter contracts

Production slowdowns and cost overruns have plagued the U.S. Joint Strike Fighter

Cleveland or else, acquired Bedford firm's employees told
Bostonpost Technologies, a Bedford firm that makes software for companies that manage affordable housing, will be shutting its doors in New Hampshire on March 23, resulting in most employees having to look for other work.

Hampton Beach Casino majority on verge of sale to New England pizza king

Exeter-based Itaconix soaks up $1.1M in funding
The company licensed the technology from the University of New Hampshire's Nanostructured Polymers Research Center in 2008. The technology was developed by UNH graduate student Ming Cao, who won second place in this year's Paul J. Holloway Business Prize Competition.

Yet another extension for USA Springs financing

Spinnaker buys Nashua-based Versytec's third-party JD Edwards support business

Equipment East Makes Mark in New England Distributing LiuGong Iron


Chinese cyber-spies set up fake Facebook profile to ‘friend' top officials to steal F-35 secrets
Using similar ploys, Chinese spies are believed to have breached the cyber-defences of the British defence contractor BAE, and over a period of 18 months stolen vast details of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, a multinational effort including Canada to create the world's best fighter jet.

Exclusive: Latest O'Keefe video exposes voter fraud-friendly policies in Vermont


The Strange Start of FDR's 1932 Campaign: Echoes
In 1932, the Democrats' contest for the presidential nomination began on March 8th, with the New Hampshire primary. Given his later nationwide victories, Franklin D. Roosevelt in retrospect appears as an all-but-inevitable nominee, then president.