Berlin property owners will likely face a hike in their local 2013 taxes, but not as much as first feared. Residents will get to have their say on the fiscal year 2014 proposed budget on Monday, May 29 at a public hearing which begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Berlin City Hall auditorium.READER COMMENTS: 0
Children were playing on the green grass outside the big white tent at White Mountains Community College early Friday evening, their shouts of joy echoing the only-slightly quieter joy expressed by friends, family and classmates who earned associate's degrees in the class of 2013.READER COMMENTS: 0
The Berlin City Auto Group and its Drive for Education foundation are donating $33,050 to 24 K-12 schools in the northern New England states. New Hampshire schools receiving awards are: Groveton High School, Berlin High School, Brown School in Berlin, the Edward Fenn Elementary School in Gorham, the Berlin Regional Career and Technical Center, and Colebrook Elementary School.READER COMMENTS: 0
Two Berlin police officers are being honored with Union Leader Hero Awards for rescuing a woman from a house fire in the early morning hours of Sept. 16, 2012.READER COMMENTS: 0
Repairs to pavement broken from frozen ground cost money and money will determine what gets done.READER COMMENTS: 8
Some people are getting wealthy selling land to the power project; others see those people as selling out their neighbors.READER COMMENTS: 0
Berlin native James Wheeler was hired by the Berlin City Council Monday night to become city manager.
A Coos County Superior Court grand jury has indicted a 43-year-old Whitefield man on a charge of kidnapping and four other felony counts in connection with alleged sexual attacks on a child under age 10 in February in Whitefield.
The city-owned building at 148 Pleasant St. burned on Sunday. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Executives from Northeast Utilities were peppered with questions about the Northern Pass hydroelectric project in an earnings call with analysts Thursday, as the CEO of the company said a route announcement will now come in July.
The new federal prison off of East Milan Road in Berlin continues to accept inmates, as prison officials slowly move towards full activation of the multi-million dollar facility.
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