Local News

New company setting up at industrial park

By Barbara Tetreault BERLIN — A new steel fabrication company will begin operations at the Maynesboro Industrial Park this fall with three to six employees and plans to eventually expand to as many as 30 people. Read more

Opinion

Poof Tardiff: 1919 IV

Hello fellow Berlinites. In May of 1919, the International Paper Company, which had a huge plant on what is now called the Tondreau Peninsula, was shut down for an indefinite period. The workers at this mill were not in agreement with the management on the question of wages; hence they went out on strike on Monday morning, May 12, 1919. Letters and telegrams were received on Wednesday by Superintendent James Murray and printed in the paper.... Read more

Sports

Martin Earns Fourth Win of 2015 at Speedway 51

 By Thomas Corbett, Jr. GROVETON — Craftsbury Commons' Mike Martin (01) outdueled Wolcott, Vermont’s Brendan Moodie (94) to become the first four-time winner of 2015 in the Sign Depot Tiger Sportsman division on Belknap Electric night at Speedway 51 in Groveton Saturday. The non-point counting three-segment feature came down to the two... Read more

Business

Presby manufacturing dumpsters at plant

BERLIN — A small crew of Presby Steel employees are making dumpsters at the former Isaacson Structur... Read more

Obituaries

Arthur Fortier

Arthur Fortier, 86, formally of Berlin passed away on Monday, August 10, 2015 in Lakeland, Fla. Bor... Read more

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