Shopping for a ‘Good Cause’   Published Sep 23, 2014
A special event at Good Cause Gifts in Berlin drew attention from local officials Sept. 16. Good Cause Gifts, a non profit retailer, donated 20 … more ...
Somewhere in the ocean, a Berlin native is giving orders aboard a United States submarine, according to a Navy press release. Cmdr. Paul Pampuro, the … more ...
Jumping right in   Published Sep 15, 2014
Fifteen scouts and scout leaders from Boy Scout Troop 41 recently ventured to the Boy Scout high adventure camp Sea Base, located in the Florida … more ...
A day to remember and serve   Published Sep 11, 2014
(The following is a message from Joe Daniels, president and CEO of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. Go to 911memorial.org to learn more … more ...
BBQ supports EBFD   Published Sep 9, 2014
The East Berlin Fire Department held its annual barbeque Sept. 6, with a great turnout, according to firefighter Richard Valuk, who was in charge of … more ...
Third Octoberfest a success   Published Sep 8, 2014
Attendees at the Lion’s Club Third Annual Octoberfest Sept. 6 said they had an excellent time and enjoyed fair weather despite rain that threatened the … more ...
Food bank need rising, stock low   Published Sep 2, 2014
Food stores are low at the Berlin Food Bank, which is housed at the town hall, and need is higher than ever according to director … more ...
A new senior housing project may be one step closer to being built after the Planning and Zoning regulation changes requested by the Housing Authority … more ...
Sue Bronsard was one of over a dozen attendees at the pet adoption event put on by the Friends of Berlin Animal Control (FOBAC) held … more ...
In the fourth part of this series, reporter Charles Kreutzkamp visits towns served by Record-Journal Weeklies to search for Geocaches. SPOILER ALERT: specific details ahead. … more ...
School police officers from around the state gathered at the Southington police department for a weeklong training session. About 25 officers participated, including Berlin school … more ...

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Fab Four perform   Published Aug 20, 2014
Cache 3: Rise of the seekers   Published Aug 19, 2014
In the third part of this series, reporter Charles Kreutzkamp visits towns served by Record-Journal Weeklies to search for Geocaches. SPOILER ALERT: specific details ahead. … more ...
The Berlin Fire Department’s first annual Touch-A-Truck event at Sage Park Aug. 16 was a great success according to Berlin Fire Department Chief Jim Simons, … more ...
Depot Crossing nearly finished   Published Aug 14, 2014
Depot Crossing, Berlin’s first mixed-use transit-oriented project, is nearing completion. The building will feature residential space on upper levels and commercial space on the first … more ...
In the second part of this series reporter Charles Kreutzkamp visits towns served by Record-Journal Weeklies to search for Geocaches. SPOILER ALERT: specific details ahead. … more ...
Berlin plants making it big in NYC   Published Aug 12, 2014
Most Berlin residents aren’t aware that plants grown in their own backyard find a home gracing places like New York City’s Hudson River Park, the … more ...
The Berlin Police Department has been requesting an updated facility for 20 years, and on Aug. 5 The Berlin Citizen visited the facility. According to … more ...
Berlin Police Station Virtual Tour   Published Aug 6, 2014
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Join the Berlin Citizen for a virtual tour of the forty-year-old building the Police are currently working out of. It is likely that a referendum … more ...
There are hidden treasures about town   Published Aug 6, 2014
In the first of this series, reporter Charles Kreutzkamp visits hidden treasures in locations served by Record-Journal weekly newspapers. On August 1, I went on … more ...
On a day that probably saw more high school kids lounging by a pool or soaking up some sun around the state of, Saturday proved … more ...
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