The month of October is best known for the holiday of Halloween. On the evening of Oct. 31, the usual array of costumed trick or … more ...
Purple Pumpkin Project   Published Oct 23, 2014
The Purple Pumpkin Project event was held in town recently. The project was started by Berlin resident, Ron Lamontagne, to bring awareness to epilepsy. The … more ...
Football The Redcoats improved to 6-0 in their 2014 campaign with a strong 30-8 victory over Plainville at Sage Park on Friday night. Berlin jumped … more ...
The Hawthorne Inn building on the Berlin Turnpike could be demolished under one offer made on the five-acre property. One offer has been submitted and … more ...
BHS girls soccer: Division champs   Published Oct 21, 2014
Coaches almost always find things to worry about. Coaches almost always say the team can do better. Not this night. Not this coach. Berlin girls … more ...
The Phoenix Theater Company is bringing The Rocky Horror Show back to Trinity-On-Main in New Britain. Come see the spectacle! Sing and dance to the … more ...
BERLIN — The Hawthorne Inn building on the Berlin Turnpike could be demolished under one offer made on the five-acre property. One offer has been … more ...
Bike safety rewarded   Published Oct 17, 2014
Town boo-tification   Published Oct 16, 2014
Scenes from the creative scarecrow portion of Berlin’s 10th annual Fall Foliage Festival. | Photos by Lee Roski … more ...
A charitable canine occasion   Published Oct 16, 2014
Bark for Life is returning for its second year, this time at the Berlin Fairgrounds where there will be room for the enormous community response … more ...
Performance art piece filmed locally   Published Oct 16, 2014
Berlin resident Vincent McGivney has written and produced a YouTube short film shot on location in East Berlin. The film, titled “There will be PAINT!” … more ...

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Town boo-tification   Published Oct 15, 2014
Scenes from the creative scarecrow portion of Berlin’s 10th annual Fall Foliage Festival. | Photos by Lee Roski … more ...
A ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open Depot Crossing, a mixed use property on Farmington Avenue, was held Oct. 15 with Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman … more ...
Students from New Britain will gain a special learning experience outside their classroom, again, in Berlin this year. The third, fourth and fifth grade student … more ...
Football The Redcoats continued their gridiron dominance with a 51-7 thrashing of Weaver Saturday to improve to 5-0. The BHS offense was clicking on all … more ...
Chances are many residents will have already noticed a change on Farmington Avenue. A wide variety of creative scarecrows has cropped up along parks and … more ...
The final score may have shocked the casual fan. After two difficult games earlier in the week, and a difficult midseason schedule, it’d be easy … more ...
Hair-raising entertainment aplenty   Published Oct 9, 2014
Entertainment at this year’s Berlin Fair drew large crowds excited to see the Painted Pony Rodeo with the wisecracking rodeo clown Dusty, the champion Frisbee … more ...
Skipping vaccines an unwise decision   Published Oct 12, 2014
(Editor’s note: A Letter to the Editor which appeared recently in Town Times, sister paper of The Citizen, encouraged readers to avoid flu vaccines. What … more ...
Pumpkin arrangement class   Published Oct 11, 2014
The Berlin Garden Club has scheduled its “Make your own pumpkin arrangement” class, Thursday, Oct. 16, noon, a the berlin Congregational Church, 878 Worthington Ridge. … more ...
Berlin GOP issues food bank challenge   Published Oct 11, 2014
With all of the publicity that the Ice Bucket challenge has raised for the ALS organization, the Berlin Republican Town Committee is hoping that the … more ...
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