Good citizens   Published Nov 23, 2014
Snow Views: Are you ready?   Published Nov 23, 2014
T’is the season to get ready...for the season ahead. Sliding down snow covered hills is about to become a reality. Are you ready? There are … more ...
Holiday open house, fair   Published Nov 22, 2014
Early this year I received a call from Williamsburg, Va. On the phone was Bruce Ward, a close friend going back to 1979. Some of … more ...
New cafe fulfills owner’s dream   Published Nov 20, 2014
It’s a whole new café on 520 High Road. The former Kensington Café location is the site of the new Victoria’s Café, a restaurant owned … more ...
The Berlin Board of Education is to greet two new members and bade farewell to two others following the Nov. 4 election. Three candidates ran … more ...
DUI checkpoint   Published Nov 20, 2014
The Berlin Police Department has scheduled a DUI sobriety checkpoint for the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 26. The checkpoint is a regional effort with officers … more ...
Children were bouncing with excitement Nov. 10, many of them literally, awaiting the arrival of a dancer from the touring cast of “Wicked.” A hit … more ...
Football The Redcoats punched their ticket to the postseason with a convincing 28-6 victory over East Catholic on Saturday, improving their record to 10-0 with … more ...
Bears complete storybook season   Published Nov 18, 2014
The Berlin Bears C-1 team completed an improbable run on Sunday to win the Connecticut Youth Football League Championship with a 25-0 victory over Rocky … more ...
The path to a new police station in Berlin has started over, with the issue being referred back to the Police Commission, to consider changing … more ...

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Veterans recognized at Senior Center   Published Nov 18, 2014
“You can judge a community by how they treat their youth and their seniors,” is a truism Senior Center Director Tina Doyle quoted, and one … more ...
Resident does his part in cancer fight   Published Nov 18, 2014
Beacon Prescriptions located at 543 West Main St., New Britain, held a fundraiser to benefit the Beekley Center for Breast Health and Wellness at Bristol … more ...
Resident’s work featured in exhibit   Published Nov 17, 2014
The annual Holiday Exhibit of new paintings and sculpture by 37 Connecticut artists at Maple and Main Gallery in Chester opened Nov. 19, with a … more ...
Solemn ceremony honors Berlin vets   Published Nov 16, 2014
Few have given as much for our nation as veterans, from Bunker Hill to Baghdad, said Peter Galgano, secretary of the Veterans Commission, at the … more ...
One school’s dream has come true: a new playground for preschool children has opened at Emma Hart Willard Elementary School. “This has been a dream … more ...
Remembering the needy   Published Nov 13, 2014
Bears to play for title Sunday   Published Nov 13, 2014
Sometimes in sports, you hear of a team going from worst to first; the team was last in the standings the year before but rose … more ...
The recently acquired former Kensington Orchards site on Farmington Avenue will soon have hiking trails constructed. The Town Council unanimously approved a contract with Coastland … more ...
Berlin moms were out in force Nov. 9 to “fill the truck.” This is the first year that Raising Berlin has taken it upon themselves … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Published Nov 12, 2014
Bipartisan committee needed To the editor: On Tuesday, Nov. 4, 68 percent of Berlin’s registered voters voted. By a wide margin – 5,064 to 3,148 … more ...
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