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BERLIN — The two leading vaccines being developed for COVID-19 require being kept at subzero temperatures and local health-care providers told U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen they expect cold storage equipment will be the next challenge for the supply chain.

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ANDROSCOGGIN VALLEY — Debates, video conferences, telephone calls, mailers and political signs are all designed to help us decide how to vote next Tuesday, or actually whose names to mark on our ballots. If absentee ballots are any sign, turnout will be high.

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BERLIN — Mayor Paul Grenier recently announced that he is endorsing incumbent U.S. Sen. Annie Kuster for re-election, as well as incumbent Executive Councilor Mike Cryans for re-election and Susan Ford for election to state Senate from District 1.

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BERLIN — Berlin Emergency Medical Service is being sold to a Maryland-based private medical transportation that will continue to provide service to the city under an existing contract that runs through June 2022.

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MILAN — Family members of the company that supplied and supervised all the steel fabrication work on the Nansen Ski Jump tower returned more than seven decades later to donate to the jump’s restoration.

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BERLIN — Orphise Marchesseault Grondin, 98, of Gorham was presented Monday night with a replica of the Boston Post Cane by Gorham select board chairman Mike Waddell in the Medallion Opera House.