The Hawthorne closed   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 said the establishment was closed for renovation. The notice has also been posted on the … 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 the evening, as the event ran for more than two hours, bumping up near the … 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 yet taken action on the police station, but scheduled a public hearing to begin the … 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 schoolwork, is grueling on both mind and body. Even fewer athletes are lucky enough to … more ...
Berlin band camp is reborn   Published Jul 22, 2014
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 nearly 100 people attended July 17 at McGee Middle School. “This could really change instrumental … more ...
Post 68 earns the W   Published Jul 22, 2014
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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 and lampreys according to reports from the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP). The … more ...
Off to the market   Published Jul 21, 2014
Scouts Get Moving   Published Jul 20, 2014
N–ICE   Published Jul 19, 2014

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Berlin resident Rich Crowe recently hit a milestone in his years of raising money to support cancer research: His efforts have now generated more than $100,000 in only four years of riding his bicycle in the Pan Mass Challenge in … more ...
Hearing delayed for new police station   Published Jul 15, 2014
The preliminary cost for the new police station to replace the cramped 40-year-old facility currently in use is $21 million. The council has not yet taken action on the police station, but scheduled a public hearing to begin the process … more ...
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Setting the record straight To the editor: As Pastor of the faithful people of Prince of Peace Church in Berlin, I feel compelled to clear up the misrepresentation of who we are made by Ms. Helm in the July 3 … more ...
B.P.D. welcomes two new officers   Published Jul 15, 2014
The Berlin Police Department recently swore in Officer David Rohon and Officer Mark DePinto. Both officers recently retired from the New Britain Police Department. |(Berlin Police Department Facebook) … more ...
Summer fun a boon for local economy   Published Jul 14, 2014
During the summer months, crowds of people from neighboring towns flock to the Berlin Turnpike for the wide variety of recreational activities businesses offer: everything from go-karts to miniature golf. Businesses like these are “an attraction in and of themselves,” … more ...
CCAP announces mountain bike program   Published Jul 15, 2014
The Connecticut Cycling Advancement Program (CCAP) announced its intent to start a Mountain Bike Team and training program on Wednesday afternoons and two scheduled Saturday mornings. Starting July 23 at local Bristol Parks, the five week program (which concludes Aug. … more ...
Marino running home for a good cause   Published Jul 14, 2014
On any given day, it takes a Major League Baseball player anywhere from 20 to 50 seconds to run around the bases and reach home plate. While it will take Berlin resident Gail Marino slightly longer than the average professional … more ...
BHS alum completes medical school   Published Jul 11, 2014
Dr. Westley M. Kipphut graduated from St. George’s University School of Medicine at Lincoln Center, New York City. Kipphut is scheduled to begin his first year of a four-year residency in anesthesiology at the Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City, … more ...
Con artists are using a new scam to bilk money from unsuspecting victims according to State of Connecticut Jury Administrator Esther Harris. The swindlers are pretending to be from the Jury Administration. Deputy Chief John Klett of the Berlin Police … more ...
Titan headed to the K9 Olympics   Published Jul 14, 2014
Local police dog Titan, who recently celebrated his 7th birthday, along with his handler Officer Aimee Krzykowski, is headed to the K-9 Olympics this Saturday at the University of Connecticut Depot Campus in Storrs. The competition is open to the … more ...
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