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The Red Storm, who are shut out in the first quarter, beat the previously-unbeaten Rams to give Coach Mike Giordano his 300th win at the school.

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Hunter Merryman and Johnny Hole scored just five seconds apart in the first period, starting Mt. Ararat/Lisbon/Morse on its way to a 4-2 win over St. Dom’s in a boys’ hockey game Wednesday night at The Colisee.

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Owners Harold and Kathy Hawkes make the announcement in an email to members, saying the 'time is right' to slow down and retire.

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The New Year’s Eve show will go on this year in Gorham, but with a virtual format. Disappointed New Year Gorham organizers decided just days before the annual celebration to cancel in-person attendance at the musical performances and other entertainment scheduled for the night of Friday,

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Grace Ramsdell scored eight of her 21 points in the second quarter as the Wells girls’ basketball team pulled away and beat Marshwood, 53-37, on Tuesday evening. Maren Maxon chipped in nine points for Wells (4-0).

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New Year festivities promise plenty of fun and excitement The annual New Year Gorham celebration is set for 3-9 p.m. Dec. 31, with shows at Gorham High School, 41 Morrill Ave., and Shaw Gym in the municipal center,

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On Nov. 19, the rich sounds of a Henry Miller Baby Grand Piano filled the room at the Weare Middle/Center Woods Upper Elementary Schools, the new home for a piano graciously donated to the school by the family of Jeanne Vint of Salem.

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Bob Burns is leaving Public Works after 18 years to become the assistant town manager in Windham. When snow flies this winter, Gorham town crews will be ready to roll, but for the first time in nearly two decades Public Words Director But Bob Burns won’t be leading the charge.

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Village Elementary School has seen a drop in its recent spike of COVID-19 cases that caused nearly 30% of its students to be quarantined last week. A vaccination clinic for students ages 5-11 is scheduled for next week at the school and at others in town.

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Voters also allowed the school district to spend more money to repair heat pumps at the middle school. Gorham voters Tuesday returned incumbents Anne Schools and Darryl Wright to the School Committee.

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