A large undertaking   Published Apr 24, 2014
Construction will begin in this spring for what Deputy Director of Public Works James Horbal said will be the biggest paint job the Town of Berlin will undertake this year. The water tower is due to be sandblasted, primed, and … more ...
Streetscape information session   Published Apr 24, 2014
The Berlin Economic Development Commission has scheduled a public information session Tuesday, April 29, 7 p.m., at the library’s community room, 234 Kensington Road. The commission will provide information and receive questions and comments concerning the concept plan for streetscape … more ...
Hall of Fame: Orlowsky, Francalangia   Published Apr 23, 2014
Lynne Orlowsky Finn, Class of 1994 During her four years, Lynne excelled in soccer, tennis and basketball. In soccer, she was a four-year varsity member, playing forward, and served as the team’s leading scorer in multiple seasons. She was a … more ...
The town council tabled a decision on granting a waiver of field and usage fees for the Nutmeg State Games at their meeting April 22. The council unanimously decided to table the item so that Mayor Rochette can meet with … more ...
Kids, kangaroo converge on Timberlin   Published Apr 23, 2014
While school has yet to let out for summer, some of the town’s youth were getting an early jump on what’s sure to be one of their vacation activities. Timberlin Golf Course held a junior clinic last week, coinciding with … more ...
Not long ago, it was something you might see on Star Trek, but now it’s coming to the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library: between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday April 26, visitors to the library will be able to try out … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Published Apr 22, 2014
Live within our means To the editor: I find it interesting that so many people this year wanted to explain, comment on, or put forth the ideas I presented for reducing the town budget. My approach was simply to live … more ...
A responsible, forward-thinking budget   Published Apr 22, 2014
Each year the elected members of the Town Council have the responsibility of preparing and presenting a budget for the town. This year, all seven members took an active, thoughtful role in this process. Town Manager Denise McNair presented us … more ...

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Baseball, softball teams stay hot   Published Apr 21, 2014
Baseball The Redcoats improved to 4-1 following a 3-0 week which included wins against South Windsor, Bristol Central and Stafford. In the boys’ first game of the stretch, they came out on top over the Wildcats, 15-10. The team put … more ...
Family Ramble to showcase open space   Published Apr 21, 2014
Families unfamiliar with the trails nestled behind the golf course at Timberlin Park will have the chance to walk those woods, with the help of a guide, for the The WalkCT Family Ramble hike Saturday, April 26. The hike is … more ...
R-E-S-P-E-C-T   Published Apr 21, 2014
The annual budget referendum will be held Tuesday, April 29, and council members of both parties have spoken about efforts to increase turnout. Last year, only 1,173 people – 8 percent of registered voters – voted in the budget referendum. … more ...
Ag Day in Hartford   Published Apr 20, 2014
Forgotten patriots rediscovered   Published Apr 19, 2014
Local doctor joins Beacon   Published Apr 18, 2014
Dr. Ryan Proffitt, PharD, of Berlin, has joined Beacon Prescriptions, 543 West Main St., New Britain. Proffitt is a graduate of Berlin High School and received his doctorate of pharmacy from Massachusetts School of Pharmacy. Beacon Prescriptions is owned by … more ...
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