May 29. 2012 2:35PM

NH news from around the web - Updated 5/29

By Carl Perreault


Vt. village wants to discuss repairs to bridge with NH
The bridge, which connects Walpole, N.H., to Bellows Falls, Vt., was built in 1930. It's been on New Hampshire's Red List of troubled bridges for more than 20 years.

Massive Connecticut River watershed is named Blueway

Concord Monitor: Florida police search for man's sister, NH native missing since April

Dartmouth student denied injunction in challenge to meals plan

Video: Dog saved after fall from Pierce Island cliff


Flashpoint of Peterborough files new 337 patent complaint regarding range of devices
According to the complaint, the asserted patents generally relate to technology used in connection with electronic imaging devices.

Concord sofware company Adelja Learning gets $285K in funding
A New Hampshire software company that has created the Word Voyage website designed to help students in grades four through 12 with vocabulary and grammar has received $285,000 in equity funding out of $500,000 offering, according to federal documents.

AirMar Technology debuts weather monitoring product line

Homeowners now better off than renters?
More than half of all renters pay more than a third of their income in rent, while the number of homeowners shelling out 30 percent or more of their paychecks on mortgage payments stands at a much lower 37.4 percent.

Nashua firm Photonics introduces untrahigh-speed camera
The camera’s 3.2-megapixel CMOS sensor operates at 180 fps.

PeoplesVC signs up its first batch of companies to its Crowd Powered Venture Capital Portal


ZZ Tops Billy Gibbons talks tech
We caught up with the musician, via a Google+ Hangout, in a Manchester, N.H., hotel room, as ZZ Top was starting its 2012 summer tour. Friday, the band will be in Winston-Salem, N.C., at the Lawrence Joel Coliseum.

Pontine Theatre brings Hawthorne's 'House of the Seven Gables' to NH assisted living facilities

Phone wet? Don’t get soaked!
The worst thing you can do, say experts, is turn the soggy device back on to see whether it still works.


Cases accepted by the New Hampshire Supreme Court in April


Ayotte calls for probe of Russian arms dealer's role in sustaining outlaw Syrian regime
Russia, through Rosoboronexport, remains the top supplier of weapons to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces, and human rights organizations have reported finding Russian weapons at the site of atrocities in Syria this year. The lingering fear of BRAC in wake of submarine destroyed at Maine shipyard
As the cause of the fire is undetermined, expect powerful advocates of other endangered shipyards to malign Portsmouth’s competence and efficiency. That is why Rear Admiral Rick Breckenridge’s immediate public promise of a thorough investigation is good news.

R.I. governor signs mandate to recognize out-of-state gay marriages


GOP ties Obama to NH student debt


Attitash Mountain Resort Hosts Inaugural Thad Thorne 5k Memorial Race Saturday, June 16

Toronto Blue Jays: Could the Jays Triple-a Affiliate Be on the Move in 2013?
With the Las Vegas 51s' contract expiring at the conclusion of the 2012 season, some see the potential for a move to Buffalo. The only thing that may stand in the way at this point would be the New York Mets' desire to keep Buffalo as their own Triple-A affiliate squad.