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Conditions were extremely slick yesterday morning in Berlin, resulting in police leaping into action to respond to nine minor car accidents. Deputy Chief Klett described … more ...
More than 100 people signed up for news anchor Kara Sundlun’s book discussion at the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library Feb. 25. Her book, “Finding Dad: from … more ...
Top of the pyramid   Mar 5, 2015
Two local teams competed in the seventh annual Central Connecticut Conference Cheerleading championships this past Saturday at East Hartford High School. The Berlin High Redcoats … more ...
In the shadow of the same Lamentation Mountain that gives his latest novel its title, “Lamentation,” writer Joe Clifford returns to his hometown with an … more ...
End of the road   Mar 3, 2015
Wrestling Even after the final Connecticut wrestling meet of the year, Jeremy Eliades’ high school career is far from over. Eliades, a senior captain for … more ...
A Durham resident is seeking to make the often painful process of divorce a little easier for Nutmeggers. Every library in the state of Connecticut … more ...
Representatives from Saratoga Associates presented plans for upgrades to the Timberlin Golf Course driving range at a meeting of the Town Council attended by some … more ...
Students at St. Paul School recently donated more than $300 worth of pet food, blankets, cleaning supplies, towels, laundry detergent, toys and treats to the … more ...
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During a recent meeting of Berlin’s AARP, state Sen. Terry Gerratana (D-New Britain) was recognized by the state and national AARP for championing legislation that … more ...
Student performers at Berlin High School are saying this year’s musical will be a family-friendly crowd-pleaser. Students are performing the 1920’s-era themed Thoroughly Modern Millie, … more ...
An inscription on the James Farley Post Office in New York City reads, “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these … more ...
Bear sightings in Connecticut are on the rise according to Felicia Ortner, a Connecticut Master Wildlife Conservationist and self-described bear enthusiast. Ortner is coming to … more ...
The girls basketball Class L tournament bracket was released Wednesday, Feb. 25 with the Lady Redcoats earning the 21st overall seed. Berlin (10-10) will travel … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Feb 25, 2015
Fix the road To the editor: I am writing about the very bad condition of the road which leads to our house. Our address is … more ...
Indoor track The Lady Redcoats performed admirably at the State Open meet Saturday, finishing in a three-way tie for 19th place. Berlin scored eight points. … more ...
The Berlin High School wrestling team took home sixth place at the Class M state championships, held at Jonathan Law High School on Friday and … more ...
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