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Jericho ATV draw an estimated 6,000 to region

BERLIN  -- BERLIN – With an estimated 6,000 ATV enthusiasts attending, the 6th annual Jericho ATV Festival this past weekend was by all measures a huge success. ATV riders came from all over New England to race through the mud, enjoy a full slate of activities, and ride the hundreds of miles of ATV trails. “It was the best so far,” said a tired but elated Paula Kinney, executive coordinator of the Androscoggin Valley Chamber of Commerce yesterday.... Read more

Opinion

Brandon Roy: Ticketed after putting my pet's needs first

To the editor: On July 29, at 2:13 p.m., my vehicle was ticketed by Gorham PD for "unattended vehicle" while I was inside Walmart. Because temps were 92 degrees that day, I left my vehicle running with the A/C on because my dog was traveling with me. I locked the doors and went into Walmart. The ticket was on my windshield when I returned to my vehicle. I went back inside Walmart and asked management if they... Read more

Sports

Speedway 51 Top five in Points as of 7-22-15

Speedway 51 Top Five in Points North Country Ford Late Models#32 Jeff Marshall Lunenburg, Vt. 319#04 Shawn Swallow Stark, 283#77 Brandon Lambert Colebrook, 281#12 Mike Paquette Pittsburg, 211#57 Brad Bushey Cambridge, Vt. 178 The Sign Depot Flying Tigers#91 Aaron Smith Irasburg, Vt 295#7 Cody LeBlanc Berlin, 285#07 William Stebbins Jr. Pittsburg, 263#94... Read more

Business

Berlin Laundry and Dry Cleaning now open

BERLIN — For the first time in more than twenty years, Berlin has a laundromat! Opened on July 28, t... Read more

Obituaries

Thomas Michael Clark Sr.

Candia- Thomas Michael Clark Sr., age 68, passed away on July 30, 2015, after a decline in health, i... Read more

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