BERLIN — Household debris and junk cars left on some residential lawns in the city are hurting its image, especially at the entrances to the urban center.
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Both before, during and now post pandemic, the Department of Education remains committed to supporting our children and our schools. This support extends beyond the traditional classroom, and aims to reach a vast array of students, educational facilities and learning environments.
GORHAM — At the end of August, when cyclists gathered at the Mt. Washington Auto Road to race to the summit of the Northeast's highest peak, a group of amateur radio enthusiasts also brought their skills to the mountain to assist with communications during the race and sharpen their emergenc…
Eleanor Ida LeDuc, age 90, departed her loving family on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022. She was lovingly cared for by her daughter Cheryl who was by her side to the end. She was born Nov. 10, 1931, in Marlborough, Mass. to Alfred and Anna Lanoue.
CONWAY — The Berlin High girls’ soccer team saw its two-match winning streak come to an end under the lights in Gary Millen Stadium on Tuesday night in Conway. Kennett High jumped up to a 4-0 first-half lead and never looked back on its way to a 6-0 win.
CASCO, Maine — Two of New England’s top performing eastern white pine manufacturing facilities will be stronger together as Hancock Lumber announced its plans to acquire Madison Lumber Mill.
NORTH CONWAY — Drive-thru vaccine clinics will be open to the public at Memorial Hospital starting Sept. 24 and continuing on Saturdays through Oct. 29, excluding Oct. 8. The clinic will be open between 8 a.m. and noon on Saturdays at the Hospital’s main entrance and will have seasonal flu v…