Post 68 earns the W   Published Jul 22, 2014
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N–ICE   Published Jul 19, 2014
Timberlin hosts Ryan Lee Junior Open   Published Jul 9, 2014
Since the passing of a local legend of the links over three years ago, Timberlin Golf Course has done its part to make sure that the memory of the young man never fades. For the third year in a row, … more ...
CCAP announces mountain bike program   Published Jul 15, 2014
The Connecticut Cycling Advancement Program (CCAP) announced its intent to start a Mountain Bike Team and training program on Wednesday afternoons and two scheduled Saturday mornings. Starting July 23 at local Bristol Parks, the five week program (which concludes Aug. … more ...
Marino running home for a good cause   Published Jul 14, 2014
On any given day, it takes a Major League Baseball player anywhere from 20 to 50 seconds to run around the bases and reach home plate. While it will take Berlin resident Gail Marino slightly longer than the average professional … more ...
Julia St. Amand of Berlin threw her way to a third place medal in the javelin competition at the recent City of Hartford Track & Field Championship meet held at A.I. Prince Technical School. St. Amand, who just completed her … more ...
SNBL paying it forward   Published Jul 8, 2014
Since its inception several years ago, Berlin’s Sunday Night Basketball League has served as a summertime outlet for the collegiate men and young adults of the ever vibrant town. Over the past nine years, the SNBL has received its fair … more ...
SNBL paying it forward   Published Jul 8, 2014
Since its inception several years ago, Berlin’s Sunday Night Basketball League has served as a summertime outlet for the collegiate men and young adults of the ever vibrant town. Over the past nine years, the SNBL has received its fair … more ...
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Post 68 hanging tough   Published Jul 7, 2014
After a couple of seasons wandering in the American Legion Baseball hinterlands, the Berlin Legion team is putting together a solid, competitive season. Early last week, Post 68 actually led Zone 3 in the games-lost column at 10-2. But a … more ...

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Don Lukowski, Chairperson and Founder of the Children’s Charities Tennis Classic, announced on Monday, June 30 that the 36th Annual Tournament will be held Friday, August 8 through Sunday, August 10 at the Don Davis Tennis Courts at Walnut Hill … more ...
Future stars on display   Published Jun 29, 2014
Redcoats, Upbeat joining forces again   Published Jun 30, 2014
The Berlin High School boys basketball team, in conjunction with the school’s Upbeat program, is set to hold the Redcoat Upbeat Boys Basketball Clinic, taking place next week, July 7-11 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at McGee Middle School. … more ...
In April, history was made as the University of Connecticut’s mens basketball team became the first seven-seed to ever win the NCAA Tournament since the 64-plus team format was instituted in 1985. The UConn Huskies upended the young and upstart … more ...
Champ to visit Ken’s Cards   Published Jun 24, 2014
Niels Giffey, a co-captain of the University of Connecticut men’s national champion basketball team and NBA hopeful, will make an appearance at Ken’s Cards & Collectibles this Thursday from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. A four-year member of the men’s team, … more ...
Maybe it’s time to realign   Published Jun 26, 2014
As the equinox of spring turns into the solstice of summer, now is a better time than any to look back on the recent high school championship season and reflect on what was, and what could have been. Yet it’s … more ...
Maybe it’s time to realign   Published Jun 26, 2014
As the equinox of spring turns into the solstice of summer, now is a better time than any to look back on the recent high school championship season and reflect on what was, and what could have been. Yet it’s … more ...
New Redcoats soccer coach named   Published Jun 25, 2014
While most of Connecticut will watch with bated breath during the upcoming Group G Germany-United States World Cup match, Berlin residents can rest easy knowing that some of their soccer worries have subsided. Longtime assistant Salvatore Parafati was recently named … more ...
Redcoats host annual Red-White game   Published Jun 24, 2014
Although the calendar reads June, there was an autumn feel in the air Friday night at Sage Park, as the large hometown crowd got a good first look at the 2014 Redcoats football team in Berlin High’s 11th annual Red-White … more ...
Kensington golfer headed to Fordham   Published Jun 20, 2014
John Stepensky, a resident of Kensington, recently announced his intentions to play golf at Fordham University in the fall. Stepensky, a senior at Kingswood Oxford in West Hartford, was one of seven KO athletes to declare his desire to play … more ...
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