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BERLIN — As COVID-19 rates in the area continue to climb, the Berlin City Council recently discussed the possibility of reinstituting a mask mandate ordinance.

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GORHAM — Gorham Homecoming activities are in full swing this week with events scheduled Friday at Saturday to be held in downtown Gorham and at Libby’s Field.

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ANDROSCOGGIN VALLEY — There is nothing like the beauty of fall foliage to inspire a road trip to soak in the gorgeous colors and warm temperatures before the long cold winter.

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BERLIN — The list of candidates for the upcoming Berlin city elections is set, following the deadline for candidate filings Monday.

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ANDROSCOGGIN VALLEY — A “recent and rapid increase in the rate of COVID infections in the community” has led Berlin and Gorham to issue Code Red warnings asking residents to get vaccinated, wear masks and stay home as much as possible.

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GORHAM — Gorham High School students got an opportunity last Tuesday to commune with nature and their fellow students as part of the school’s Mountain Day activities.

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NORTH HAVERHILL — Justine Amerault, the mother of murdered Keene man Jonathan Amerault, held back rage and tears on Wednesday, excoriating the woman who cut off her son’s head. “He was the most beautiful person inside and out and nothing will ever fix this,” Justine Amerault said.

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GORHAM — Gov. Chris Sununu made a trip to Salve Regina Academy in Gorham Wednesday, following a day of adventure in the North Country, to see the progress of the school, which was opened in 2019. Father Kyle Stanton, Salve Regina Director of Schools Clara Robertson and Allison Mueller with t…

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STARK — The village of Stark, with its white covered bridge over the Ammonoosuc River and the adjacent Stark Union Church, is one of the most photographed scenes in New England.

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BERLIN — The Berlin City Council took public comment Wednesday on the city’s proposed urban compact extension to take over 2 miles of Route 110, which is currently under the jurisdiction of the New Hampshire Department of Transportation.