Community Profile: www.nhes.state.nh.us/elmi/htmlprofiles/berlin.html
Berlin History by Poof Tardiff: www.du-nord.berlin.nh.us/history
Check out the new Town of Berlin Website: www.berlinnh.gov
Berlin named one of country's top hunting and fishing towns
Berlin has been named one of the top 200 towns in the country for hunting and fishing.
The city is number 158 on the list complied by the national sporting magazine, 'Outdoor Life' in its April issue.
magazine said it looked at population centers with over 4,000,
examining quality of life factors as well as rating the towns from a
Outdoor Life said it placed a heavier
emphasis on sporting qualities. Towns were judged on the hunting and
fishing opportunities they offered, the trophy quality of the sporting
opportunities, restrictiveness of gun laws, access to public land, and
whether hunting and fishing is good year-round.
Berlin is the only
community in New Hampshire to make the list. Other New England
communities on the list include Burlington and Rutland, Vt.,
Cumberland, Presque Isle, and Bangor, Me., and Plymouth and Adams,
The magazine listed Mountain Hole, Ark., as its top
community in the county for hunting and fishing. The community was
described as offering " big-fish diversity in a laid-back Ozarks
Outdoor life is owned by Timer Warner and is a sister
magazine of Field & Stream. According to the on-line encyclopedia,
Wikipedia, the magazine has a circulation of 925,000.
The article can be accessed at the magazine's web site, www.outdoorlife.com.
Water Works to start disconnections for non payment
Berlin Water Works will be starting disconnects for outstanding water
bills on Thursday, March 27, 2008. Notices were mailed on March 17.
avoid disconnect and a $75 fee, account must be paid before the crew
arrives at premise. If unable to pay in full, please contact our office
before, the 27th of March. Agreement is unacceptable after water has
To have water reconnected, the amount due plus the $75
fee must be paid in full before 2:30 pm. If shut in the past the fee
will be $150 to be turned on.
North Country Transit annnounces upcoming senior tripsNorth Country Transit has four Senior Signature trips scheduled for the
months of February, March, April and May. On Feb. 19, they will be
going to North Conway for a day of shopping (hopefully the new
Christmas Tree Shop will be open) and lunch. The cost for this trip is
$8 per person.
On March 12, they will be going to the Indian Head
Resort for a St Patrick’s Day Party. The cost includes reception
gathering, free photos, luncheon buffet (including corned beef and
cabbage) a great dance band and floor show. The cost for this trip is
$36 per person.
On April 8, they will be heading off to Portland
for a day of shopping and lunch. The cost for this trip is $15 per
person. And on May 6, they will be going to the Steeplegate Mall and
lunch The cost for this trip is $10 per person.
Seats will fill up
fast so people are encouraged to call in soon to reserve a spot for any
trip. Contact North Country Transit at 752-1741.
North Country Transportation announces its new grocery trips
North Country Transportation will be starting a new and exclusive
grocery shopping service for the senior residents of Milan, Berlin and
Gorham. Twice a month, on the 2nd and the 4th Tuesday NCT will take
appointments for this service to travel to the Berlin IGA and Shaw's
Supermarket in Gorham. This new service will affort clients the
opportunity to purchase their groceries at a more leisurely pace.
Clients will have approximately 1 1/2 hours to complete thier shopping.
Hours of operation for this service will be 9 to 2. A 24 hour notice
is required for scheduling an appointment. For more information or to
schedule a ride, call North Country Transportation at 752-1741 or