Forgotten patriots rediscovered   Published Apr 19, 2014
Local doctor joins Beacon   Published Apr 18, 2014
Dr. Ryan Proffitt, PharD, of Berlin, has joined Beacon Prescriptions, 543 West Main St., New Britain. Proffitt is a graduate of Berlin High School and received his doctorate of pharmacy from Massachusetts School of Pharmacy. Beacon Prescriptions is owned by … more ...
Road warrior making area appearance   Published Apr 18, 2014
Route 6 is the longest continuous highway in America, and Connecticut native and retired journalist Joe Hurley has walked every mile of it. Hurley documented his odyssey in the book “Ten Million Steps On Route 6,” and will be featured … more ...
Time for tea   Published Apr 17, 2014
BERLIN — A woman has been charged with manslaughter in connecticut with a fatal accident four days before Christmas last year. Debra Bailey, 60, of 42 Huckleberry Lane, Kensington, was arrested by warrant and charged with second-degree manslaughter with a … more ...
Tip-A-Cop a success   Published Apr 17, 2014
The first ever Tip-A-Cop Night held at Central Pizza April 15 was a success, with a great turnout, according to Detective and D.A.R.E. coordinator Doug Bartolomeo. The D.A.R.E. officers came together to volunteer their time spending the night as servers … more ...
DeLorenzo impresses in Blue-White game   Published Apr 16, 2014
While most Huskies fans were already dreaming of a dual championship parade this past weekend, one UConn team in particular was more focused on their game they still had yet to play. The Connecticut football team’s annual Spring Blue-White game, … more ...
Letters to the editor, April 17, 2014   Published Apr 17, 2014
Feel the burn? To the editor: Ten years ago, first-term mayor Adam Salina (D) proposed his first of 10 yearly tax increases on the citizens of Berlin. He justified it by explaining to the press, “It’s just a cup of … more ...

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Week 1 brought many positive results   Published Apr 17, 2014
Girls golf The BHS girls golf team began its title defense with a 191-219 victory over Farmington at Timberlin Golf Course. The team was led by junior Ashley D’Attilio, who medaled with a score of 43. Fellow juniors Julia Kemmling … more ...
Come see the new signage at Veterans Memorial Park, located by Stop & Shop, on Veterans Way in Berlin, between Massirio Drive and Farmington Avenue. A monument and flag to each branch of the military has been placed in a … more ...
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BHS to be honored at dinner   Published Apr 16, 2014
The Salvation Army of New Britain sixth annual Corps Recognition Dinner and Auction is scheduled for Tuesday, April 29, 6 p.m., at the Hawthorne Inn. Rev. Will Marotti, senior pastor of New Life Church, is scheduled as guest speaker. Kevin … more ...
(Part 2 of a two-part series.) While the town-owned and financed Berlin-Peck Memorial Library has a greater presence, the Berlin Free Library on Worthington Ridge, also, has a devoted following and a wealth of history. Its roots go back to … more ...
Though docile, beavers can wreak havoc   Published Apr 15, 2014
As the beaver population in Connecticut continues to increase, some homeowners are seeing firsthand the impressive changes in local geography America’s largest rodent is capable of causing. Berlin’s Animal Control Officer Jan Lund said that there are “occasional calls here … more ...
Hall of Fame: Wenzel, Clifford   Published Apr 15, 2014
Scot Wenzel, Class of 1989 Scot had an outstanding career in both football and basketball. In football, he was a three-year starter with a team career record of 25-6. He was a two-time All-Northwest Conference selection as a defensive back … more ...
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