BERLIN — The city is asking residents to continue wearing masks voluntarily to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The city council Monday night chose not to renew the city’s mask mandate, which expired last Friday with the statewide mandate. Berlin will still require masks to be wore ins…
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BERLIN — The federal Environmental Protection Agency this week has resumed its cleanup of the Lavoie property at 640 Hillside Ave. and is removing contaminated soils excavated from the 1.4-acre site.
BERLIN — The Berlin school district moved to five-day-a-week in-person learning Monday after Gov. Chris Sununu rejected the district’s request for a waiver. The district sought a waiver to be able to finish the remaining eight weeks of the school year in its hybrid mode.
LANCASTER — Berlin’s former assessing coordinator was indicted by a Coos County grand jury last week on charges of possessing child pornography. Brian D. Chevarie, 34, of 83 Mountain View Drive, Rumney, was charged with 12 counts of possessing child sexual abuse images on Feb. 10, 2020, in B…
MILAN — Sandy Fitzmorris, technology teacher at the Milan Village School, was selected as the winner of the 2021 Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) award by the New Hampshire Society of Professional Engineers.
GORHAM — What appeared to the selectmen to be a simple adjustment that would roll back the clock some five years during the six warmer weather months at the state-owned parking lot on Route 2 has turned out to be more complicated than anticipated.
BERLIN — The Berlin and Coos County Historical Society has received a $20,000 grant from the N.H. Charitable Foundation to help the society with its restoration of the Maynesboro Stud Barn.
CONCORD — A bill that passed the New Hampshire House Wednesday would prohibit law enforcement agencies from providing mug shot photos of suspects to the public and press under most circumstances.
BERLIN — With wholehearted support from staff and parents, the school board Thursday voted to request a waiver from Gov. Chris Sununu’s order that all students be back in school five days a week by April 19.
The Sun asked community leaders around the Androscoggin Valley what they would like future generations to know about the COVID-19 pandemic our community response to it.
ANDROSCOGGIN VALLEY— It has been over a year since Gov. Chris Sununu issued the emergency orders that closed schools and prohibited large public gatherings as the state acted to guard against the coronavirus.