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All town departments will be facing some major changes when it comes to town fees this year. Across the board, fees will be increasing and … more ...
In the last six weeks there have been four major fires in town that have displaced families, and caused more than $2 million in damages. … more ...
A family was displaced, and their pets sadly perished after a house fire Friday night. Firefighters arrived to the scene on Wildem Road around 11 … more ...
Mary E. Griswold Elementary School has entered a $200,000 national education contest hoping for a chance at one of the 14 prizes that will be … more ...
McGee middle schoolers danced and clapped to drum beats Friday morning, all while gaining some self-confidence. It was all part of Rob Gottfried’s, known as … more ...
The recent Town Council meeting didn’t sit well with the three Democratic councilors after the appointments of several town commissions. They released a statement about … more ...
The construction and interior is complete, now the Casa Mia at The Hawthorne on the Berlin Turnpike is waiting to officially open its doors. On … more ...
The Berlin High School course book will look different for the 2016-2017school year. Berlin High Principal Francis Kennedy and Assistant Superintendent and Director of Curriculum … more ...

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Many people in the area will be keeping warm in the bitter temperatures, thanks to plenty of donations. A few months ago, Friends of the … more ...
Berlin-Peck Memorial Library will host Janet Barrett Saturday, Jan. 30, as part of its new author series. Barrett will be talking about a piece of … more ...
Two weeks before Christmas, Kensington Garden Center, located on the Chamberlain Highway, was sent a cease and desist order by the town zoning enforcement officer … more ...
The public will soon have a say on whether the town should replace two fire trucks. The total cost of the replacements is approximately $1.6 … more ...
The Berlin Volunteer Fire Department held its annual holiday party and awards program Jan. 9. The event was attended by 103 past and present members. … more ...
The Pine Loft on the Berlin Turnpike went purple on Tuesday, Jan. 12, in recognition of Relay for Life’s annual kickoff night. The relay doesn’t … more ...
Thanks to The Kitchen Table on Farmington Avenue, special diets don’t have to lack taste. The gourmet food service has been open for four months … more ...
Dr. Ann Aresco and Earl Wicklund of Wicklund Builders cut the ribbon on Friday, Jan. 8 to officially open ProNatural Physicians Group on Webster Square … more ...
On a Tuesday afternoon in January, after the buses left Berlin High School for the day, a group of Upbeat students stood in the lobby … more ...
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