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GORHAM — Jim Stranger, former resident of Berlin, and Bernie Grody of LD Safety of Barre, Vt., painted crosswalks hoping to finish the repaving project in Gorham on Tuesday.  

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BERLIN — Veterans Memorial Park will soon receive a face-lift in the form of new grass following the Berlin City Council meeting Monday as the council approved a bid from Wintergreen Landscaping LLC to reloam and hydroseed a portion of the park.

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BERLIN — The Berlin City Council spent a significant part of Monday’s work session discussing issues relating to the fire department going out on emergency medical service calls.

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BERLIN — The city is asking the state Board of Tax and Land Appeals to rule it has complied with its March 2021 order and declare the docket closed on its 2018 statistical update and 2020 revaluation of property assessments. In its order, the state board ruled the Berlin board of assessors a…

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DUMMER — The residents of the Town of Dummer will have their chance to have their opinions on all-terrain vehicles heard Wednesday at Dummer Town Hall beginning at 6 p.m.

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The Berlin, Gorham and Notre Dame 50th class reunions for 2020, which was canceled because of COVID-19 have been rescheduled for the weekend of July 25.

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CAMBRIDGE — “This bathhouse probably has the best view of any in our whole country,” said Commissioner Sarah Stewart of the state Department of Natural and Cultural Resources during a ribbon-cutting on Thursday, July 15, at Lake Umbagog State Park.

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First responders helped a 14-year old girl escape after falling into the Androscoggin River over last Saturday. They also rescued a veteran hiker off Mount Adams and answered a call to an accident that destroyed a 52-year old sign on Randolph Hill.

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BERLIN — The Androscoggin Food Co-op recently announced its summer membership drive, as the co-op seeks to reach a membership goal of 600 members that will trigger the next step in the organization’s development phase.

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GORHAM — New Trails Bureau Chief Craig Rennie of the state Department of Natural and Cultural Resources met on Monday evening with select board members Chairman Mike Waddell and Adam White as well as Town Manager Denise Vallee. Vice Chair Judy LeBlanc had said she would not be present.

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LANCASTER — Former state Sen. Jeffrey Woodburn (D-Whitefield) was sentenced Tuesday to 60 days in jail in his domestic violence case. He immediately said he is appealing both his conviction and sentence to the state Supreme Court.