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BERLIN — Burgess BioPower continues to move forward on its plan to co-locate a hydroponic commercial greenhouse on the former mill property using waste heat generated by its steam condenser. The biomass plant is also working with the city on its application to heat streets and sidewalks in t…
GORHAM — Gorham Paper and Tissue has agreed to pay $187,799 in fines to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for health and safety violations uncovered during an investigation following the fatal injury of employee Brian Leclerc last fall.
BERLIN — The death of George Cross has been deemed not suspicious although the N.H. Medical Examiner’s office said the manner and cause of death is undetermined at this time.
BERLIN —The city council is advertising for bids to reconstruct the Mason Street Bridge and will finance the bridge and capital improvements at the fire station through a ten-year construction loan.
BERLIN — The public’s opportunity to comment on the city council’s proposed fiscal 2021 budget is this Wednesday, May 27 at 6:30 p.m. except because of COVID-19 there will not be a physical meeting. In keeping with state directives limiting gathering public gathering, the hearing will not be…
BERLIN — The city has decided it will not pursue having the fire department take over emergency ambulance services and will continue to contract for those services with Berlin Emergency Medical Services.
PINKHAM NOTCH — Quick action by Gorham Fire and EMS Friday afternoon prevented a car fire from spreading into the nearby woods. Fire officials said the existing dry conditions created the potential for a sizeable wildland fire.
BERLIN — An outdoor graduation is being planned for Berlin High seniors. The plan, developed by a committee of seniors, parents and staff, is to hold a graduation ceremony on Gaydo Field on Friday, June 12.
BERLIN — The city has submitted its $18.7 million application to revitalize downtown Berlin by reconstructing the entire streetscape and installing an innovative snowmelt system.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan heard from North Country officials that while positive COVID-19 cases are few, the financial impact is tough for a region where margins were already tight before the pandemic.