Jonathan Lynch

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NH News
4:26 pm
Thu July 12, 2012

G.O.P. Candidates Have A Civil Debate

Two Republican candidates for governor debated each other at an event in Manchester Wednesday night.

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Word of Mouth - Segment
12:02 pm
Tue February 14, 2012

Is Raspberry Pi a low-cost computer breakthrough?

As zealous consumers know, the sleek look and user-friendly feel of Apple’s high-end gadgets are big part of their sticker price. One man is rethinking form and function with a tiny, inexpensive, bare-bones computer called the Raspberry Pi …which he hopes will bring the power of programming to even the poorest corners of the globe. Eben Upton is the creator of the miniature machine – he’s also founder of the Raspberry Pi foundation.

Here's video of the Raspberry Pi in action:

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Campaign 2012
8:30 am
Sun January 8, 2012

Occupy Protesters Demonstrate at Presidential Debates

Occupy New Hampshire outside Republican Presidential Debate at St. Anselm's College
Jonathan Lynch

Members of Occupy New Hampshire returned to Manchester Saturday to demonstrate outside of the Republican Presidential Debate at St. Anselm's College and spread their message of economic inequality.

Nearly five months after Occupy New Hampshire’s last tents were torn down in Veteran’s Park, the ninety-nine percenters returned to Manchester to demonstrate against what they perceive to be growing economic inequality across the nation.

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NH News
6:09 pm
Thu December 8, 2011

New Hampshire Roman Catholics Have New Bishop

Nearly a thousand people packed into St Joseph's Cathedral to witness the installation of Peter Libasci as Manchester's tenth bishop.

Originally from Long Island, New York, Libasci was appointed to the position by Pope Benedict XVI in September of this year.

In his first address to the congregation, the newly instated Bishop thanked those in attendance, as well as other members of the church who were watching via television:

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Word of Mouth - Segment
12:30 pm
Tue November 29, 2011

Legomaniacs Get Their Due...

(Photo by Greg Gillinger via Flickr)

When Word of Mouth sent me to cover a competition designed around Legos, I had no idea that I was walking into the Superbowl of problem solving. 

LINKS:

First Lego League Web Site

Watch the Yappin' Yodas in action

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Business and Economy
4:59 pm
Thu November 10, 2011

Congressman Guinta Holds Jobs Fair for Veterans

US Representative Frank Guinta hosted a jobs fair for veterans in Manchester Thursday in an effort curb higher unemployment for returning troops.

Over two-hundred veterans attended the fair at Manchester Community College Thursday in hopes of finding job opportunities.

Unemployment rates among returning veterans is close to three points higher than the national unemployment rate.

Congressman Frank Guinta says the employment gap between veterans and civilians is what prompted him to organize the event.

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NH News
4:27 pm
Thu November 10, 2011

Airport Access Road Set to Open

Jonathan Lynch

Governor Lynch and other New Hampshire politicians were on hand to dedicate the newly completed Manchester Airport access road.

The new, two mile stretch of highway connects the airport to both the Everett Turnpike and Route 3.

Planning for the road began about 25 years ago.
 
Now that it’s done, the Department of Transportation estimates people will be able to shave about 10 minutes from their drive to the airport.

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Word of Mouth - Segment
12:00 pm
Thu November 10, 2011

Grand Theft Advertising

Photo by Aerrin99, courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons

Independent producer John Lynch explores the increasing role of big-budget advertising in seducing the 30-something gamer generation to support the industry's Hollywood level profits. 

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NH News
11:21 am
Wed November 9, 2011

Gatsas Re-elected

Jon Lynch, NHPR

Still recovering from city-wide power outages from the surprise Halloween blizzard, Manchester
voters went to the polls yesterday and re-elected Mayor Ted Gatsas.

The incumbent secured a second term as mayor by a wide margin, trouncing
Democratic challenger Chris Herbert.

In his victory speech, Gatsas thanked his opponent for running a positive campaign and
stressed his commitment to reduce the city’s budget.

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NH News
5:55 pm
Mon October 31, 2011

Manchester Coping With Major Outages

Manchester shelter
Jon Lynch NHPR

Nearly two days after an unseasonable snow storm, much of the Queen City remains without power.

PSNH estimates that around 31,000 of its customers in Manchester still don’t have electricity.

The difficulty in getting back power to the city comes from the fact that repair crews must work block by block to remove fallen tree limbs and other debris from the power lines.

City officials established a shelter at Memorial High School for those that were worst hit by the storm.

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NH News
12:00 am
Mon October 17, 2011

Occupy New Hampshire Hits Manchester

Occupy NH marches to Manchester Banks
Jonathan Lynch NHPR

Members of the Occupy New Hampshire movement demonstrated in Manchester this weekend.

More than 200 protesters gathered in Veteran’s Park Saturday afternoon to express their dissatisfaction with the state of the country and proclaim their solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Referring to themselves as the 99%, the assembled demonstrators protested the concentration of wealth in the top 1% of the population.

At one point, around 100 of the activists marched down Elm Street, picketing in front of the Bank of America and Citizens Bank buildings.

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