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Berlin requests county funds to assist in dispute over hydro…

BERLIN – The city of Berlin has requested $15,000 from Coos County to help cover its legal costs in its dispute with Great Lakes Hydro America over the assessment of hydroelectric facilities on the Androscoggin River.Coos County last year established a utility defense fund to help Coos communities defend utility assessments against challenges from utilities. The fund was set up after utility appraiser George Sancoucy, who consults for many local communities, told county officials he... Read more

Opinion

Joanne Haight: Sen. Kelly Ayotte works closely with NH resid…

To the editor: At a travel sports event for one of my daughters, I was speaking with another mom from that state who mentioned that New Hampshire was fortunate to have Senator Ayotte serving in Washington. I agreed that Kelly is a strong leader for New Hampshire and that her work on many fronts including supporting our military both those currently serving and veterans, opposing an online sales tax and standing against the reckless economic policies... Read more

Sports

Boys Tennis opens with 8-1 win over Spartans

WHITEFIELD-- The Berlin boys tennis team swept the singles competition and then rolled to an exciting 8-1 victory in a boys division III tennis victory in Whitefield Friday. It was the opening match for both teams.In singles play, Berlin's No. 1 seed Cameron Patry beat Timmy Voigt 8-5, second seed... Read more

Business

EXIT Realty Trailblazers joins OwnAmerica

John Trumbull, Broker/Owner of EXIT Realty Trailblazers, has earned the OwnAmerica Investment Certif... Read more

Obituaries

Wendell C. "Jock" MacKenzie

Jock MacKenzie, 88, of Palm Coast, Florida passed away Monday, April 7 of pneumonia. He was born in ... Read more

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