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LANCASTER — A Berlin man will serve at least two years in state prison after pleading guilty In Coos County Superior Court last month to assaulting a Coos County Corrections officer while an inmate at the Coos County House of Corrections in West Stewartstown.

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BERLIN — Berlin Police Cpl. Dennis Gale was recognized at the department’s annual meeting and awards ceremony last month with two Life Saving Awards for separate incidents in 2021.

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BERLIN — Interim City Manager Pam Laflamme said there is no reason to investigate further the issue of Councilor Lucie Remillard’s relationship with Kevin Lacasse of New England Family Housing relating to the sale by the city of the former Brown School building.

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GORHAM — A third grader at Ed Fenn Elementary is being recognized as the first artist of the month at The Three Sisters Art Gallery in Gorham.

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RANDOLPH — A 48-acre parcel on the north side of Route 2 is being selectively cut by loggers from WeLog Inc. of Colebrook, owned by president-owner Malcolm Washburn.

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BERLIN — After months of discussion, first with the Berlin Planning Board and then the Berlin City Council, the council approved several changes to the city’s zoning ordinances.

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GORHAM — While the Medallion Theater’s News Year’s Eve show was postponed due to concern over the upsurge in COVID-19 infections, the Miss Vee and A Badass Band concert is still on for Saturday night.  

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BERLIN — Following another round of public comments on the proposed transfer of the former Brown School to New England Family Housing/TKB Properties, Berlin Councilor Peter Higbee called out those who are objecting to the sale of the building for $1.

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BERLIN — The Berlin Planning Board had a short meeting Tuesday night as only a few items were up for vote.

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BERLIN — Local health-care professionals are again sounding the alarm that the new Omicron variant of COVID-19 could result in a spike in cases in late January or early February that could cause major disruptions to area businesses and other entities.