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Town residents lined the streets May 25 for the annual memorial day parade. Dozens of local organizations marched, including veterans, police officers, firefighters, bands from … more ...
In the wake of a May 20 fire that destroyed their home, a Farmington family with a two-month-old child is just starting to rebuild their … more ...
Whether trekking trails, rambling along rivers in the forest, or just playing a game of badminton in the backyard this summer, if you should come … more ...
It’s been nearly two years since Berlin has had a Memorial Day parade, which will return at 9 a.m. this Monday, May 25, if the … more ...
A local veterinarian just became famous across the country by appearing in Veterinary Economics, a widely read magazine in the field. Christine Puskaric, DVM, is … more ...
A local boy had a bright idea for how to help his extended family and their neighbors who are still recovering from the devastating earthquake … more ...
“The board just found out last week that we have to cut approximately half a million dollars from our budget,” Board of Education President Gary … more ...
Members of the Berlin Volunteer Fire Department have been busy completing training exercises and responding to emergencies both locally and across town lines. The department … more ...
One program deserves praise for keeping kids safe this prom season, as in years past, according to Berlin High School Principal Francis Kennedy. The program … more ...

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Members of the Berlin Town Council debated the police station project twice this week at the regular meeting May 5 and a special meeting May … more ...
The program begins with vintage black and white photos projected on a screen and soon hands are shooting up and the microphone is passing through … more ...
Berlin native adventurer Brian Ford has completed his trek for charity across southeast Asia, but he isn’t finished yet. Immediately after the trek, Ford headed … more ...
SOUTHINGTON — Firefighters battled a large brush fire along a walking trail surrounding Recreation Park Thursday afternoon, May 7, while Little League and lacrosse teams … more ...
“A Hand up, Not a Hand Out” is the motto of Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit organization with which the Berlin High School Chapter of … more ...
The Town Council passed a $80,594,668 budget in a 4-3 vote along party lines, with Deputy Mayor William Rasmussen (I) breaking the tie that caused … more ...
Berlin Veterans Commission member Peter Galgano was named volunteer of the year at the annual economic development awards April 29 at The Baltic Restaurant. “It’s … more ...
Berlin recognized two small businesses of the year for 2015, a relative newcomer and a veteran of more than 30 years. The awards were presented … more ...
Berlin Animal Control has been warned of two recent coyote attacks on pets in the area. Laura DAvanzo’s elderly parents have been grieving the loss … more ...
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