Berlin will be in need of a new director of Economic Development in the future as current director Jim Mahoney is moving to Maine. Mahoney, … more ...
The Planning and Zoning Commission discussed the potential of clarifying regulations regarding operating a business out of a home at their Sept. 11 meeting, spurred … more ...
Fake gun at motel causes alarm   Published Sep 18, 2014
Officers from the Berlin Police Department responded to a report of a domestic disturbance Sept. 16 involving a man and a woman, following which the … more ...
The Passport program has been proving very popular at the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library, according to Head of Adult Services Carrie Tyska. “We’ve had lots of … more ...
’Coats Notes: Solid start for locals   Published Sep 16, 2014
Boys soccer The ’Coats season got off to a rough start, losing to both Conard (5-1) and Bristol Central (1-0) in their opening week of … more ...
Few residents attend info session   Published Sep 17, 2014
Just over 40 people attended the new police department informational meeting Sept. 16, which includes police officers, town staff, officials, and residents. Chief of Police … more ...
BOE applauds good start   Published Sep 16, 2014
The Board of Education discussed new teacher orientation, the special education summer program, and the possibility of holding a Saturday open house so that members … more ...
Jumping right in   Published Sep 15, 2014
Fifteen scouts and scout leaders from Boy Scout Troop 41 recently ventured to the Boy Scout high adventure camp Sea Base, located in the Florida … more ...
BHS bests Lancers, begin season strong   Published Sep 15, 2014
Based on the final score and the team’s demeanor as they walked off the field, the average fan would have left Friday night’s season-opening Berlin … more ...
It is estimated that more than 190 people attended Pagan Pride in Berlin at the VFW Sept. 6 according to event organizer Wendy Hagen. Pagan … more ...
-Talking about wanting to die -Looking for a way to kill oneself -Talking about feeling hopeless or having no purpose -Talking about feeling trapped or … more ...

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Archdiocese names new vicar   Published Sep 13, 2014
Sister Mariette J. Moan, ASCJ, has accepted the position of Vicar for Religious for the Archdiocese of Hartford making her responsible for 715 Members of … more ...
A 92-year-old Berlin artisan is crafting handmade greeting cards, for sale at the Kensington Garden Center on the Chamberlain Highway. The “Cards by Nannan” collection … more ...
155-year-old tomes find a home   Published Sep 12, 2014
Two volumes of poetry that are over 150 years old are among the newest acquisitions at the Berlin Historical Society. On Sept. 6, Nancy Beilman … more ...
Local student heads to Nashville   Published Sep 10, 2014
This fall, for the second year in a row, a Berlin High School student will be part of the All-National Honor Choir in Nashville, as … more ...
Come and join The Berlin Garden Club Thursday, Sept. 18 for the first annual greet and meet held at the Berlin Congregational Church, 11:30 a.m. … more ...
Kensington Fire Rescue has announced that work is underway to finish the Sept. 11 memorial on Farmington Ave. in front of the firehouse in time … more ...
BBQ supports EBFD   Published Sep 9, 2014
The East Berlin Fire Department held its annual barbeque Sept. 6, with a great turnout, according to firefighter Richard Valuk, who was in charge of … more ...
For those who plan on supporting their Berlin Redcoats this fall, here is a brief overview of what each team will look like this coming … more ...
75 years of Oz   Published Sep 8, 2014
The 75th anniversary of “The Wizard of Oz” was celebrated at the monthly kids’ workshop Sept 6 at the Berlin Home Depot when staff dressed … more ...
Third Octoberfest a success   Published Sep 8, 2014
Attendees at the Lion’s Club Third Annual Octoberfest Sept. 6 said they had an excellent time and enjoyed fair weather despite rain that threatened the … more ...
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