Hundreds In Berlin Could Lose Power

BERLIN – The staggering economy coupled with an unusually harsh winter could soon leave many Berlin families out in the cold, with hundred of electric service cut-off notices ready to be sent out.In December, Governor Martin O’Malley, along with Senators Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin. announced $110 million in federal funding earmarked to help those… Read more »

Field Trip Funding Cut Impact Weighed

BERLIN – No field trips next year is better than fewer teachers and larger class sizes, educators said this week, despite the academic value of the educational trips.Controversial cuts to the Worcester County school budget proposed last week aimed to keep teachers and staff intact, but some things had to go, and field trips will… Read more »

Friday, January 30-Berlin Electric Relief Eyed

BERLIN – Electric customers in Berlin could see lower electric bills in the future if the Berlin Town Council approves a new way to manage power generation and a power purchase agreement.The Berlin Mayor and Council will hear recommendations from the Berlin Utility Commission (BUC) on a demand response management approach for the power plant… Read more »