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BERLIN — The city has demolished three buildings within the past month and Monday night the city council authorized taking down one more. The city will demolish the former Woolworth building at 121 Main St.

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GORHAM — The Gorham Paper and Tissue mill will undergo more than a name change. Over the next few years, the new owner of White Mountain Paper Company said there will be a major overhaul of the mill to turn it into a modern and efficient operation. An estimated 80 percent of the current foot…

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GORHAM — The Gorham Fire Department will receive a $29,866 grant to buy lifesaving extrication equipment, often called the “Jaws of Life,” from the nonprofit Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation.

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GORHAM — When out-of-town bird-watching enthusiasts dressed in camouflage and carrying long-lens cameras drove into town on Sunday to see flocks of Bohemian waxwings eating crabapples at least one resident suspected them of being domestic terrorists.

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WOLFEBORO — The state Division of Parks and Recreation and the Mount Washington Commission are exploring charging a $4 base entrance fee to the Sherman Adams Building in the Mount Washington State Park atop the Northeast’s highest peak. No entrance fees are now charged, including at the temp…

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KEENE — The Jaffrey man who allegedly shot and killed his wife’s lover before forcing her to decapitate the dead body in an unincorporated place in Coos County will not get the probable cause hearing he requested, claiming that his wife is not telling the truth about the murder.

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BERLIN — They are the Swab Squad at Androscoggin Valley Hospital — the dedicated team of health-care workers who do the COVID-19 testing. The swabbers conduct the testing, handle the specimens and notify clients of the results.

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WHITEFIELD — A detailed review of police logs in the small town of Whitefield from May through December chronicle public complaints and police action involving 45-year-old Mark R. Clermont, the man who allegedly shot and critically wounded New Hampshire State Trooper Matthew Merrill on Dec. 23.