Hard-Hit N.H. City Awaits Federal Prison Building

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After 26 years in the paper-making business in Berlin, N.H., Eddy L’Heureux was laid off. He decided to become a correctional officer at a state prison. The Boston Globe reports that New Hampshire’s northernmost city, which has long relied on paper mills for its lifeblood, may now rely on prisons. Berlin is home to the
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