Former Berlin Town Manager Charged with Forgery & Theft

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The Town of Berlin requested an investigation into fraud involving a recently retired town employee. Investigators with the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation were advised that during a recent audit there were discrepancies discovered involving leave balances for Jeffery Fleetwood of Delmar, Delaware. During the investigation, it was found that between October 2021 and April…

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Memorial Day Parade Returns To Berlin In 2022

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The Memorial Day Parade on Flower Street will return to Berlin Monday, May 30th, according to the Town of Berlin and the Berlin Community Improvement Association. The parade will begin at Seahawk Road and Flower Street and conclude at Dr. William Edward Henry Park. The theme of the parade, “Hometown Heroes,” “was chosen to honor…

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Berlin Tweak Our Peak Monday 2 to 6pm

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Due to expected high temperatures in our area, the Berlin Electric Department is asking all of its customers to voluntarily conserve or limit energy usage between the hours of 2 PM and 6 PM on Monday, June 21.     Peak hours are when electric purchase rates are at their highest. Reduce your energy consumption during these…

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Town of Berlin announces further closures, cancellations due to coronavirus

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The Town of Berlin continues to actively monitor the evolving situation regarding COVID-19, announcing additional closures to fight the spread of the coronavirus.  All town services continue to be provided; however, town employees are working on a modified work schedule to minimize the number of people working at town offices or utility departments. Employees are working…

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