Thank you to everyone who came out today and donated a toy(s) for Toys for Tots! In the 6 hours we were there our final toy total was 355 items. These donations will certainly make a difference in a lot of families holiday! We will still be collecting toys at the Police Station until around December 16th so if you missed today and still want to you can!! ... See MoreSee Less
Don't let the rain deter you! Come to Cabelas from 10-4 today and donate a new and unwrapped toy for the Tots for Tots campaign. Your donation will make a Difference for the holidays for a family that needs a little extra help! ... See MoreSee Less
While your out doing your Black Friday shopping, remember to pick up a new toy and stop by Cabelas tomorrow for our Toys for Tots "Fill the Cruiser" event from 10am- 4pm. Good opportunity to help a family in need and see our new cruisers at the same time! ... See MoreSee Less
THIS SATURDAY November 28, 2015 from 10am to 4pm, the Berlin Police Department along with Cabelas will be putting on a "Fill the Cruiser" toy drive for the Toys for Tots campaign. Please bring any new & unwrapped toys to the Cabelas Store in Berlin (44 Highland Commons West). Let's see how many cruisers we can fill!! ... See MoreSee Less
Mark McConnellSue I ran into a Berlin police officer at the Market Basket and he told me that George was not doing too well.
He was often an apartment through the city and I don't know if he'll except it or not but the police are trying to encourage him to move into it.
The officer tells me that they stop by several times throughout the week with coffeeand checking on him.
Just thought I'd let you know!1 week ago
Emily HismanThat was interesting turning onto allen rd and there is a giant cow walking down the street.....1 week ago
Marsha JohnstonI can agree it could have been sun glare... I was turning left from Gates Pond onto 62 and couldn't see anything... almost turned around! Then had to anyway as the line of traffic heading to Berlin center wasn't moving. Now I know why!2 weeks ago
Terry Wheeler LeFrancoisHope everyone is okay. Intersection at farm is ridiculous with that stupid fence in the way. I drive that way every day & you say a prayer & gun it because it is hard to see to far due to that fence in the line of site.2 weeks ago
Kevin GabouryLights will help. People are just to much in a rush these days to save even a minute of drive time. Follow the speed limit; not. Proceed with caution after stopping; not. I hope lives were not lost.2 weeks ago
On Saturday November 28, 2015 from 10am to 4pm, the Berlin Police Department along with Cabelas will be putting on a "Fill the Cruiser" toy drive for the Toys for Tots campaign. Please bring any new & unwrapped toys to the Cabelas Store in Berlin (44 Highland Commons West). Let's see how many cruisers we can fill!! ... See MoreSee Less
This year the Berlin Police Department has joined the Marine Corps Toys for Tots campaign. From now until December 18th we will be accepting NEW and UNWRAPPED toys to be delivered to families in Worcester County. We have a drop box set up in the public safety lobby (23 Linden St.) and we are open 24 hours a day! A simple donation will make the difference for a family in need! ... See MoreSee Less
We found our little boy! Tyson is home!!!! I never knew it was possible to feel this happy and relieved. Thank you God! Thank you to everyone who was praying for him and sending positive thoughts our way. Thank you for helping with the search. Thank you especially to Helen, the dog officer and the Berlin police. You have been such a huge help and support!
My fiance found him walking down Highland St. At 3am. He was hungry and tired but seems to be ok overall. We will give him a bath & have the vet check him out tomorrow.
Katie BenevidesThanks for posting. We still haven't found him. There are posters up all over Berlin, a few in Bolton, and a few in Northborough (where we live). Please continue to keep an eye out for him, and call us anytime if he is spotted. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.1 month ago · 1
Katie BenevidesTyson was spotted at Rt. 62 & Sawyer Hill Rd around 11:30 tonight. He was seen again in Bolton on Sawyer Hill Rd and then at the horse farm on Highland St. We were out searching for 2 1/2 hours but were unable to catch him. Please call Chris at 774-696-4845 if our dog is seen. Thanks you!1 month ago
The Town of Berlin does not have set Trick-or-Treat times and it is up to the parents discretion when your children can go out. We also would like to remind you to wear bright colored clothing/ bring a flashlight with you so you can be easily seen by motorists! Below is a list of trick or treating tips for parents! We hope that everyone has a safe and fun night! ... See MoreSee Less
Earlier this morning Berlin Police, Fire, and Rescue along with the Massachusetts State Police responded to a one car motor vehicle accident rollover on 495 Northbound. When officers arrived, they found the single occupant of the vehicle still trapped inside the vehicle. The occupant was quickly extricated from the vehicle by Rescue personnel and transported to the hospital with apparent minor injuries. ... See MoreSee Less
Debbie Uscilla GrilloThat little boy is my son! It's great to have such a wonderful officer in your community. We were just passing through in route home to CT. Officer Smith.... Thank you!2 months ago · 3
This morning at approximately 1 am Berlin Police, Fire, and Rescue responded to a reported single vehicle rollover on Central St. Initially there was reported entrapment, however once officers arrived the occupant was able to get out with assistance of EMS. One party was transported with minor injuries. Luckily in this incident seat belts did save lives! ... See MoreSee Less
We are happy to present our newest cruiser in our fleet. "Car 1" 2016 Police interceptor utility. This vehicle replaced a 2010 Ford Crown Victoria. As you'll see in the pictures, this car is an unmarked unit (no graphics or lettering on the sides or back of the car) We want to point that out as to not mistake this vehicle as not being a official police vehicle. We would also like to thank the Town of Berlin, and all the residents for the continued support of the department which made this purchase possible! ... See MoreSee Less
Guys, I have had the worst week of my life. We had to call you yesterday for our son and then today for the skunk. We are so thankful for all you do for the town and all that you have done for my family. ... See MoreSee Less
Please avoid RT.62 at 495 for the foreseeable future as we cleanup and remove this tractor trailer. Approximately 30 minutes ago, Berlin Police,Fire, and Rescue responded to a Tractor Trailer rollover with reported entrapment. On our arrival we found a single operator self extricated and the operator of the backhoe self extricated. Both were transported to the hospital with unknown injuries ... See MoreSee Less
We have had several reports of packages being stolen from residents after delivery. Please make sure you report it to us and the postmaster if it happens and also please report any suspicious activity! ... See MoreSee Less
National Grid is reporting that there are 1300 customers out of power in The Town of Berlin, MA. Residents are reminded to reserve 911 for emergencies only. The Police department has no control over the electricity and National Grid is working on the problem. Please be patient as this was a very quick and wide spread storm ... See MoreSee Less
Tomorrow morning starting at 5am they will begin the process of doing the lines and roadway markings on River Rd W between the rotaries. Please note there may be traffic delays. Seek alternate routes if possible ... See MoreSee Less