Stay Connected
image
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)

It pays to recycle




Back to Schools
Top Stories of the Week

Town landmark safe in new hands …
Since 1898, local farmers have come to A.S. Labieniec for food and supplies for their animals. As of June 4, the business at 817 Farmington … more ...

DUI checkpoint set …
The Berlin Police Department has scheduled a DUI sobriety checkpoint for Thursday, July 9, on the southbound side of the Berlin Turnpike, south of Deming … more ...

Lose weight without counting calories …
If you think that a calorie is a calorie – and it doesn’t matter whether they come from cookies or carrots – then it’s time … more ...

Board votes to nix class rank on transcripts …
“The year ended nicely,” said Superintendent David Erwin at the June 22 Board of Education meeting, one day after the high school graduation. He said … more ...

St. Paul School’s enrollment to get a boost …
The last day of school arrived on June 17 at St. Dominic Elementary School. A farewell gathering of parents, teachers and students represented more than … more ...

Comments