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The Town Council is eager to hear from voters at the referendum scheduled for Tuesday, April 28, when voters will be able to advise the … more ...
Frozenfest was held at the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library April 14. “We’ve had large crowds at other events but for a Tuesday afternoon this is quite … more ...
In the second part of this exclusive interview, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal discusses controversial topics including gun control, head injuries in football, and the rise … more ...
A crowd of more than 100 came to McGee Middle School April 8 to weigh in on this year’s proposed $80.2 million budget, representing a … more ...
During the first week of March, Mary E. Griswold Elementary School students participated in NEA’s Read Across America, a nationwide reading celebration that takes place … more ...
A car crashed into the Irving Gas station on the Berlin Turnpike April 2. Police say the driver suffered a seizure and lost control of … more ...
Gov. Dannel Malloy’s proposed budget includes cuts that would close the Kensington State Fish Hatchery, a move that would save the state more than $195,000 … more ...
On March 13 and 14, FRC Team 155, Techno-nuts, a FIRST Robotics team from Berlin, competed at the UMass Dartmouth District Event. The five-foot tall … more ...

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Students at McGee Middle School refuse to grow up – at least until after they perform Disney’s “Peter Pan Jr.,” a stage play adaptation for … more ...
The Berlin High School Interact Club is collecting soda can tabs for children. Thomas Knowlton, of the Newington Chapter of Shriners International, explained at a … more ...
How do you get teens into the library? Pizza is one answer for Jennifer Needham, Head of Children’s and Teen’s Services at Berlin-Peck Memorial, who … more ...
Spring is finally coming, and for some Berlin residents, that means it’s time to tap the trees. Adam Valedaserra developed an interest in tapping trees … more ...
The Friends of Berlin Animal Control spend much time helping homeless animals, and their most recent effort was in trying to help such animals find … more ...
“Rock ‘n’ Roll writer” Joe Clifford drew a crowd of more than 100 to the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library March 13. Clifford, a Berlin native writer … more ...
While his family in Berlin faces a seemingly never ending winter, recent college graduate Brian Ford battles 90-degree heat in Vietnam and Cambodia on his … more ...
Two robotics teams with local flavor took home awards from the FIRST Recycle Rush competition held in Waterbury Feb. 28 and March 1. To play … more ...
The Berlin High School Interact Club welcomed Fritz Schmalberger, of the Berlin Lions Club, recently for a $1,500 check presentation. The money includes the proceeds … more ...
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