Megabowl Championship a mega success   Published Jul 30, 2014
For nine years, the Sunday Night Basketball League has brought out the best of Berlin’s young male adult population to compete throughout the summer months … more ...
Scarred Chorzepa never quits   Published Jul 31, 2014
Last May, Chris Chorzepa didn’t know if he’d ever wrestle again. The former Newington High School wrestling star had just gone through his second surgery … more ...
In-house assessment saving town $200K   Published Jul 30, 2014
The Town of Berlin’s Assessor’s office plans to save the town more than $200,000 by 2017 by doing the assessment work in-house rather than hiring … more ...
Police station hearing re-rescheduled   Published Jul 30, 2014
A referendum on the new police station may be back on the ballot this November after the events of a special meeting called July 29. … more ...
The Alzheimer’s Association Connecticut Chapter has a new Chairman of the Board of Directors, Al Gatti, who is also the Law Firm Administrator for CzepigaDalyPope, … more ...
Berlin residents spoke both for and against a potential three-story senior housing apartment building that would be located at the former Knights of Columbus property … more ...
Redcoats host annual Lineman Challenge   Published Jul 28, 2014
On a day that probably saw more high school kids lounging by a pool or soaking up some sun around the state, Saturday proved to … more ...
Working on our behalf   Published Jul 28, 2014
God bless America   Published Jul 27, 2014
CHESHIRE — The future of high school football in Connecticut is taking shape. For the sake of player safety, it will likely mean slightly fewer … more ...
Yes, it’s really free   Published Jul 25, 2014

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More than 80 people heard a plan for transit-oriented development in Berlin that could one day lead to a bustling town center in new “village” … more ...
Iconic local business shuttered   Published Jul 23, 2014
The doors of The Hawthorne restaurant, previously known as The Hawthorne Inn, have been closed since July 15, when a message posted on the door … more ...
Throwback: CMT results delayed   Published Jul 24, 2014
Ten years ago, the results of the Connecticut Mastery Test were delayed for six months. Come back every week for more stories from years past … more ...
The Dog Listener of the East, Pat Wright, came to the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library July 15, with patrons attending her workshop asking questions late into … more ...
Hearing delayed for police station   Published Jul 22, 2014
The preliminary cost for the new police station to replace the cramped 40-year-old facility currently in use is $21 million. The Town Council has not … more ...
Only a select few are privileged to compete in college athletics. The physical and mental grind that athletes go through every season, along with balancing … more ...
Berlin band camp is reborn   Published Jul 22, 2014
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Summer band camp is back, thanks to the Joseph Manzi Foundation. The two-week program brought local middle-schoolers and high-schoolers together and culminated in a concert … more ...
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Fish head back to long-lost habitat   Published Jul 21, 2014
The StanChem Fishway at the High Pond Dam in East Berlin opened last May and is already seeing a huge amount of use from fish … more ...
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