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Officers of the Berlin High School Interact Club accept a $1,836 check from Fritz Schmalberger of the Berlin Lions Club. The check represents the efforts of the Interact volunteers who collected returnable bottles during the Berlin Fair. The funds support Interact projects and charities, including Rotary’s Polio Plus Project, Rotary’s water project in Guatemala and the Berlin Relay for Life. From left: Olivia Martino, Jenna Paradis, Alex Bednarek, Fritz Schmalberger and Olivia Jacques. | (Submitted by Michele Imossi)

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Disappearing bees discussed at Berlin-Peck …
The plight of the pollinators was discussed at the Berlin-Peck Memorial Library, April 23, drawing around a dozen residents. The program addressed both pollination in … more ...

Letters to the Editor …
Do something kind To the editor: Today, both of my kids attending the same school each came home with a notice that the Student Council … more ...

Tralli to play for Assumption …
Northwest Catholic baseball player Hunter Tralli, a senior, formalized his commitment to compete at Assumption College during a special ceremony April 28. Tralli, of Kensington, … more ...

Advice offered to Berlin pet owners after coyote attacks dogs …
Berlin Animal Control has been warned of two recent coyote attacks on pets in the area. Laura DAvanzo’s elderly parents have been grieving the loss … more ...

School board appoints new members …
The Berlin Board of Education recently appointed Matthew Tencza and Kari Sassu to fill the two vacancies created by the resignations of Stefanie Carbone and … more ...

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