This generation’s veterans are facing a number of new challenges, according to the Senior Vice Commander-in-Chief of the United States Veterans of Foreign Wars, John … more ...
Students Mix it Up at lunch   Published Nov 1, 2014
Spartans shine   Published Oct 31, 2014
Monster mash amuses many   Published Oct 31, 2014
The annual Monster Mash put on by Parks and Recreation Department was attended by UpBeat, Raising Berlin, much of the main cast of “Frozen,” many … more ...
1989 was a momentous year, with the collapse of the Berlin Wall, riots in Tianamen Square, and, locally, the grand opening of the Berlin-Peck Memorial … more ...
Football The Redcoats trounced Northwest Catholic on Saturday to remain undefeated in their 2014 campaign, 27-8. Berlin established the run early in the contest, scoring … more ...
Sydney Sherman claims to have been able to perceive ghosts since she was a child. Sherman and her son Christian Bryant are two of the … more ...
Letters to the Editor   Published Oct 29, 2014
“N”ice job To the editor: Kudos to the Berlin Republican Town Committee for issuing their “N”ice Bucket Challenge to encourage donations to the Berlin Food … more ...
Queen of swing   Published Oct 29, 2014
Book fair visitor   Published Oct 28, 2014
More BHS students are taking AP exams   Published Oct 28, 2014
More and more students are taking AP tests at Berlin High School, and the rate of students scoring a 3 or better is remaining high. … more ...

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Construction on the New Haven Hartford Springfield line, including new train stations in Berlin, Meriden, and Walllingford, officially began Oct. 24. Gov. Dannel Malloy announced … 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 ...
With the recent national outbreak of Enterovirus D68, the seasonal influenza and cases of Ebola in the United States, the Central Connecticut Health District is … more ...
Fill the boot   Published Oct 26, 2014
Letters   Published Oct 26, 2014
Dear Editor, Mr. Benson, on 10/23/14, indicated with respect to Berlin’s proposed $21,000,000 new Police Station, “a Berlin home valued at $250,000, the tax bite … more ...
Trail relocation project   Published Oct 25, 2014
Employees at Northeast Utilities recently took on a volunteer project relocating a section of the Metacomet Trail in the Blue Hills Conservation Area north of … more ...
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 ...
Letters to the Editor   Published Oct 24, 2014
Support for Abercrombie To the editor: Cathy Abercrombie is a businesswoman, community leader and mother. She has worked in the state house for almost 10 … 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 ...
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