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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

Cyndi Paulin: The dangerous side effects of Lyme disease

What's the big deal about Lyme Disease? We hear of the seriously ill with problems severe enough to impact work, school and family life and the extreme cases where people are hospitalized, disabled or bed-ridden. But, how do people get so sick? Doesn't a couple of weeks of antibiotics cure Lyme? And if Lyme is so bad, why don't I hear more from the government or medical experts about this? Borrelia Burgdorferi, the bacterium that causes... Read more

Sports

Berlin girls open with 6-3 tennis win over Lady Spartans

BERLIN-- The Berlin girls tennis team provided first year coach, Andy Rancloes, an opening day victory scoring four wins in the singles events and two more in doubles action to win 6-3 over White Mountain Regional high school in Berlin Friday. In singles, top seeded Miriam Arsenault fell to Lisa Windeler... 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

Peter A. Valerino

Peter A. Valerino, 60, of Berlin, passed away on Sunday April 13, 2014 at the Catholic Medical Cente... Read more

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