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 ...
Caching out: Seven towns down   Published Sep 2, 2014
On Aug. 30 I completed my quest to snag a geocache in every one of the seven towns served by the Record-Journal weeklies – a … more ...
Letters to the editor   Published Sep 2, 2014
Timeless memories To the editor: My walks in the neighborhood of Grove Hill, Alling Street and Peck Street have become much more interesting these past … more ...
As the debate over the new police station continues, William Brighenti, the founder of the Berlin Property Owners Association has been calling for the downsizing … 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 ...
Summer bash   Published Aug 28, 2014
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 ...
The Housing Authority is planning on opening up the waiting list for senior housing in Berlin soon, according to Housing Authority Chair Joseph Bajorski. The … more ...
As we consider the current condition of our police station and the discussion concerning whether or not we should commit funding to the construction of … more ...
Police station referendum official   Published Aug 26, 2014
It’s official: Berlin citizens gathered and submitted enough signatures to trigger a referendum on an ordinance bonding $21 million for the construction of a new … more ...

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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 ...
The Railroad Administration investigation into the train crash that occurred in Berlin June 23 is ongoing, according to Michael Booth, Public Affairs Specialist with the … more ...
The Berlin Flag Football Program will begin Saturday, Sept. 6, and run for six consecutive Saturdays from 9 to 10 a.m. The program will be … more ...
CIAC launches concussion central site   Published Aug 25, 2014
CHESHIRE, Conn. – The Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference launched a new website within CIACsports.com aimed at concussion education for schools, athletes and parents called Concussion … more ...
The Berlin Board of Education discussed school readiness, its new website, and work being done on updating the conflict resolution policy in the athletic handbook … more ...
Fab Four perform   Published Aug 20, 2014
Speeding enforcement has been going very well according to Deputy Chief John Klett of the Berlin Police Department. The B.P.D. has stepped up speeding enforcement … more ...
Bus route: BHS   Published Aug 20, 2014
Berlin High School Route 1, Start: 6:30 a.m. NBT Offices, Holly Ct & Meadow Ln, Meadow Ln & Tree Hill Rd, Olisky Blvd & Toll … more ...
Bus route: Griswold   Published Aug 20, 2014
Griswold Elementary School Route 10, Aqua, Start: 7:51 a.m. McGee Middle School, 552/556 Farmington Ave, 684 Farmington Ave, 712 Farmington Avenue, 39 Harding St, 33/44 … more ...
Bus route: Hubbard   Published Aug 20, 2014
Hubbard Elementary School Route 5, Brown, Start: 7:49 a.m. Berlin High School, Episcopal Rd & Vivian Dr, 246 Berlin Turnpike, Mildrum Rd & Woodruff Cir, … more ...
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