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Huot steps down at TCCAP

BERLIN – After 15 years at Tri-County Community Action Program doing everything from running the welfare to work program to managing the North Forest Heritage Park, Dick Huot will retire Friday.But his career at TCCAP is only part of his contribution to his home city. Huot has served as mayor, chaired both the planning board and industrial park authority, and helped reorganize the chamber of commerce. He is head of the Androscoggin Valley ATV Club... Read more

Opinion

Diane T. Taupier: Christians do not be silent

To the editor: Greetings, it has been awhile since I have written. I hope everyone is enjoying their summer, work, rest and recreation. My comments on a few points that were written in the paper recently. Before Roe vs. Wade there were no legal abortions done, so if we are upholding the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, why has that been changing? The scandal of the pedophile priests where Pope Francis has asked for forgiveness for the... Read more

Sports

Berlin Bobcats Softball updates

BERLIN-- The Berlin 12U Bobcat softball team will take part in the New England Regional tournament this weekend in Rochester. The 12 team pool play-in event will see the Bobcats in the north division and they will play Pittsfield, Mass. on Thursday at 10 a.m. On Friday, the Berlin team... Read more

Business

I can hear a pen drop, but I can’t understand people

By Dr. James O'Day, Audiologist, AVH Surgical AssociatesI've been an Audiologist now for 30 years, a... Read more

Obituaries

Service held for Kenneth M. Fysh

Funeral services for Kenneth M. Fysh, 89, of Jensen Beach, Fla. and formerly of Berlin, were held on... Read more

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