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Baseball players in the Cal Ripken League practiced last week near the Berlin pulp mill in New Hampshire. Their season opener was scheduled for yesterday, the day the plant closed.

Closing of New Hampshire mill leaves huge void in small Berlin

Future uncertain for many residents

By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / May 7, 2006

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BERLIN, N.H. -- The towering stacks of the sprawling Berlin pulp mill dominate this small community, where the smoke-spewing company and its predecessors have supported generations of families in a place the locals call ''The City That Trees Built." (Full article: 907 words)

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