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Police make major drug bust

BERLIN – Following a year-long investigation, the Berlin Gorham Emergency Response Team arrested a man believed to be a major supplier of illegal drugs in the city.Ricardy Roseaux, 30, of Rumford, Maine was charged with four felony counts of sale of a controlled drug and one felony count of conspiracy to sell a controlled drug. The drugs allegedly involved were cocaine and oxycodone.Berlin Deputy Police Chief Brian Valerino said four arrest warrants were issued for... Read more


Poof Tardiff: 1947 II

Poof Tardiff: 1947 II

Hello fellow Berlinites. Continuing with my history of the year 1947, the Nansen Ski Club had its first post war Winter Carnival and a record crowd showed up for the weekend events during the 7th, 8th and 9th of February 1947. Winter sports enthusiasts from all over the United States and Canada were here to swell the ranks of Berlin’s sports fans, as they gathered at the ski jump to witness competition jumping and cross country... Read more


Berlin's defense shuts down Lady Eagles 4-0

Berlin's defense shuts down Lady Eagles 4-0

BERLIN — Mountie senior Jensyn Dandeneau scored three goals and the Berlin defense spear headed by, captain Emily Tennis, kept their opponent off the score board lifting Berlin to a 4-0 victory over Kennett in an inter-divisional field hockey game played in Berlin Saturday. The win lifted Berlin to their tenth straight win of the Fall, while 5-4-1 Kennett fell for just the fourth time this season in ten contests. It was the first time... Read more


Northeast Delta Dental Mount Washington Road Race raises mor…

Northeast Delta Dental Mount Washington Road Race raises more than $18,000 for County Family Health Services

PINKHAM NOTCH – This year’s Northeast Delta Dental Mount Washington Road Race was record-setting on more than one count. Not only did 95-year-old George Etzweiler become the oldest person to complete the 7.6-mile course, the event generated a record-setting donation of more than $18,000 to support the dental needs of area residents.The event, which took place June 20, on the Mt. Washington Auto Road, features a challenging run up the Northeast’s highest peak, and draws... Read more


Joseph "Joe" E.G. Dorval

Berlin, NH Joseph “Joe” E.G. Dorval, a longtime resident of Rockingham Street, passed away Wednesday, October 07, 2015 at his home following a short illness. He was 83. Born on April 22, 1932 in Berlin, NH, he was the son of Edouard and Malvina (Gosselin) Dorval. In 1950, Joe enlisted in the US Army and served six years as a paratrooper with the 101st Airborne, receiving an honorable discharge in 1956. On December 17, 1954, he married Carolyn... Read more