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news from friday, march 01 2019 to saturday, march 16 2019

• saturday, march 16, 2019
 • Vehicle leaves road in Bristol crash  (88) Press
 • Terryville man allegedly drives off from weapon-drawn police  (76) Press
 • Bristol man accused of leaving 2 children home alone  (73) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (40) Press
 • International recognition given to Bristol Hospital employee  (37) Press
 • End of the ride: Louise DeMars has announced her retirement as executive director of the New England  (24) Press
 • Wolcott Country Fair Promises to be Bigger & Better  (18) Bristol Round
 • Watch: Senator Martin Offers Update on Tolls  (15) Bristol Round
 • City broadens policy on employees' military leave  (15) Press
 • Women & Girls’ Fund Announces Theme and Guest Speaker for the 18th Annual Wonder of Women Event  (13) Bristol Round
 • Spotlight on Bristol  (11) Bristol Round

• friday, march 15, 2019
 • BRISTOL BITS: Former Rowley Spring boss was one of the good ones  (53) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (48) Press
 • Plainville man pleads guilty to sexual assault  (31) Press
 • West Haven man convicted of having sex with underage teen in Bristol  (25) Press
 • Bristol Mayor Reflects on the Passing of a Mum City Native: They Broke the Mold with Bogey  (25) Bristol Round
 • BBB Scam Tracker Risk Report Reveals Employment Scams Were Riskiest Scams of 2018  (21) Bristol Round
 • Bristol native Mike Boguslawski dies at 78  (17) Press
 • New board members appointed to Main Street Community Foundation   (15) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (15) Press
 • WWII veteran receives honor  (13) Observer
 • Always in your corner: Bristol community mourns the loss of 'Bogey'  (12) Press
 • Census Bureau to Host Job Fair in Burlington March 16  (11) Bristol Round
 • Bristol’s Dorantes takes reins at DCF  (10) Observer

• thursday, march 14, 2019
 • Mike Boguslawski, Longtime Conn. Consumer Reporter, Dies   (48) NBC30
 • 2 people accused of stealing $100K worth of property from Bristol home, including $40K engagement ring  (84) Press
 • Man accused of stealing merchandise from Plainville Kohl's will do time  (47) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (30) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (25) Press
 • Aaron Hernandez’s Murder Conviction Reinstated?  (13) Bristol Round
 • Tech Advisory Council in Bristol brings students, careers together  (11) Press
 • Brochures on opioids will be spread around Bristol  (11) Press
 • BCHS InterAct to benchpress for charities at fitness challenge  (10) Press
 • Plymouth servers return after cyber attack  (10) Press
 • Kids can learn about their health at Teddy Bear Clinic at Imagine Nation  (9) Press

• wednesday, march 13, 2019
 • Aaron Hernandez’s murder conviction reinstated by Massachusetts court  (31) Courant
 • Plainville man accused of affixing GPS device to wife's vehicle  (78) Press
 • Why are there so many urgent care clinics in Bristol?  (64) Bristol Round
 • Bristol woman accused of stealing $56K from Naugatuck resident  (44) Press
 • Lawsuit accuses Bristol-based lawyer of embezzlement  (37) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Photos needed to help restore the former Sessions' Lodge  (30) Press
 • Mass. man pleads guilty in Bristol house shooting  (21) Press
 • New Poll Shows Support for Connecticut Adopting Tolls to Upgrade Aging Infrastructure  (21) Bristol Round
 • Bristol man accused of punching 2 women in store parking lot  (20) Press
 • Picturing Bristol: Over 1,800 Images  (19) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Development Authority releases results from first survey  (16) Press
 • Southington ups age to buy tobacco, vape items  (11) Press
 • Bristol Chamber Announces 130th Annual Award Winners  (11) Bristol Round
 • Bristol-Based Foundation Distributes $1.7 Million in Grants & Scholarships  (9) Bristol Round
 • Shamrock Run kicks off Saturday in Bristol  (8) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are St. Paul's Morgan Kolb and Terryville's Dominick Dao  (6) Press
 • Bristol swimmers advance to State Open competition coming Thursday  (5) Press

• tuesday, march 12, 2019
 • Bristol man accused of assaulting 2 elderly women at random in parking lot, 3rd victim at local home  (78) Press
 •  Lawsuit alleges Bristol attorney embezzled funds meant for military members, veterans  (62) Press
 • Bristol Woman Takes Over $56,000 After Stealing Checks and Account Information  (36) Bristol Round
 • Bristol man admits to violating sexual assault probation  (34) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (30) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (27) Press
 • CT’s Black Friday: Flood of 1955  (21) Bristol Round
 • China's trash policy becomes budget problems for towns  (16) Press
 • Bristol chamber announces award recipients for June dinner  (10) Press
 • Wheeler Clinic seeks opioid recovery peer coach  (9) Press
 • Museum talk to explore American, European carousel differences  (5) Press
 • Rescheduled Mayor's Youth Cabinet session set for Tuesday in Bristol  (4) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Surgery often the option to treat carpal tunnel syndrome  (4) Press

• monday, march 11, 2019
 • Whit Betts: Taxpayers on Hook to Subsidize $26M Magic Busway Bill  (45) Bristol Round
 • Visions For Vacancies: 234 Riverside Ave  (32) Bristol Round
 • Plantsville man accused of harassing woman, alluding to shooting up home  (22) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: 'Trees 2' movie was produced by Bristol-based filmmakers  (21) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Lee Steele of WBIS will be remembered  (20) Press
 • Bristol artist shows off work at nature center  (16) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Different rules for transferring funds, real estate  (14) Press
 • Despite final result, St. Paul girls basketball showed plenty of fight in Class S semifinals  (6) Press
 • This week's meetings  (5) Press
 • Central CT Gigs  (3) Bristol Round

• sunday, march 10, 2019
 • Bristol Rep. Pavalock-D’Amato Takes Heat Over Social Media Post  (28) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Blues Seek Applicants  (23) Bristol Round
 • Dudes’ Night Out   (19) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Family Health & Wellness Expo has something for everyone, even dogs  (9) Press

• saturday, march 09, 2019
 • 2 vehicles towed following Bristol crash  (71) Press
 • Bristol man pleads not guilty to beating a man at random  (53) Press
 • Bristol once sold its recycling, but now thanks to China's new policy it must pay for its removal  (40) Press
 • Forestville Post 209 commander works with Terryville High School students to build picnic tables for  (18) Press
 • St. Paul falls behind early, can't catch up to Trinity Catholic in Class S state semifinals  (16) Press
 • Students at Northeast Middle School in Bristol learn about engineering  (14) Press
 • More than 50 turn out to Push Up for Patriots at Bristol Central High School  (13) Press
 • Programming of Memorial Boulevard School discussed by panel  (13) Observer
 • Judge defers case against man who allegedly drilled holes in dog's head, killing it  (11) Press
 • ‘Tale of the Milkman’ presented at Historical Society March 21  (9) Observer
 • China's trash policy becomes budget problems for towns  (7) Press
 • Early childhood education pioneers say farewell  (5) Observer
 • Bubble, bubble, no toil or trouble  (3) Observer

• friday, march 08, 2019
 • Route 6 crash in Bristol sends van off road, into snow bank  (62) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Man behind the camera remembers his Bristol roots  (47) Press
 • Meet Marty, the Stop & Shop Robot  (28) Bristol Round
 • Winterberry Gardens in Southington looks to make hiring push  (25) Press
 • Plymouth officials work to get system back online after cyber attack  (19) Press
 • St. Paul girls basketball eyes spot in state finals  (17) Press
 • List Ranks Bristol 13th Safest City in Connecticut  (15) Bristol Round
 • The Mobile Maple Sugar Shack is coming to the Barnes Nature Center this weekend  (15) Press
 • Bristol Preschool administrators celebrate their retirement  (13) Press
 • Poll on the Toll: Bristol Rep Conducts Survey, Republicans Capture Anti-Toll Narrative  (13) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Board of Ed honors students in art and music  (12) Press
 • Tickets still available for Bristol Hospital Development Foundation's annual Festival of Wine and Sp  (11) Press
 • Bristol Mayor’s Youth Cabinet to Explore City Vault  (10) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Exchange Club Creates History of the Mum Festival  (10) Bristol Round
 • Upcoming Wheeler Programs to Focus on Various Behavioral Health Issues  (9) Bristol Round
 • Larson Calls for “Fierce Urgency of Now” for Action on Infrastructure  (9) Bristol Round
 • West End Association Seeks Vendors For 2019 Rockwell Park Summer Festival  (8) Bristol Round

• thursday, march 07, 2019
 • Report: Boy who died skiing at Mount Southington was not wearing a helment  (39) Press
 • Meet Marty, the Stop & Shop Robot  (22) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Preschool 'visionaries' retire  (17) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (17) Press
 • Bristol Catholics reflect on Ash Wednesday  (13) Press
 • Fight begins on tolls: State legislators weigh in on governor's bill  (13) Press
 • Poll on the Toll: Bristol Rep Conducts Survey, Republicans Capture Anti-Toll Narrative  (11) Bristol Round
 • West End Association Seeks Vendors For 2019 Rockwell Park Summer Festival  (7) Bristol Round
 • List Ranks Bristol 13th Safest City in Connecticut  (7) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Exchange Club Creates History of the Mum Festival  (6) Bristol Round
 • Role players coming up big for St. Paul girls basketball in state semifinals run  (5) Press
 • Bristol Mayor’s Youth Cabinet to Explore City Vault  (3) Bristol Round
 • Upcoming Wheeler Programs to Focus on Various Behavioral Health Issues  (2) Bristol Round

• wednesday, march 06, 2019
 • 3 occupants make it out of Jeep fire safely in Bristol   (66) Press
 • Rt. 6: What a Mess — Improvements Delayed Another Year  (54) Bristol Round
 • Bristol man convicted of stealing pipes from Main Street apartment building, leaving tenants without  (43) Press
 • Windsor man charged in Bristol man's killing  (36) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: A volunteer who is one of the 'most valuable'  (25) Press
 • Amy Vanderoef, former Miss Mum, visits Bristol  (21) Press
 • Plymouth man convicted of strangling woman given suspended sentence  (18) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (12) Press
 • St. Paul girls basketball explodes in second half to advance to state semifinals  (6) Press
 • Family Health & Wellness Expo will cover financial, mental and physical wellness in Bristol  (4) Press
 • Pushups for Patriots to push on Friday  (3) Press

• tuesday, march 05, 2019
 • Bristol man dies in wrong-way crash on I-95  (94) Press
 • Silver alert issued for missing teen  (46) Observer
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Eastern's Sage Scarritt and Tom Nichols  (16) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls basketball falls short against ND-Fairfield in Class L quarterfinals  (16) Press
 • Biggest snowstorm of year causes few issues for Bristol, area towns  (13) Press
 • Proposed Plainville budget would include 3.65% tax increase  (10) Press
 • Area boys basketball coaches see five-division state tournament format as a positive step  (8) Press
 • 'Real-life superheroes' inspire Bristol grade-schoolers  (7) Press
 • St. Paul grad, Southington native Garry earns walk-on spot with UConn men's basketball  (5) Press

• monday, march 04, 2019
 • Owners of former Super Natural Market opening deli, bakery in New Britain  (63) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (54) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (27) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (26) Press
 • Local brewers gather to talk hops in Bristol  (19) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: One of Bristol's greatest successes - its library  (16) Press
 • Snowstorm to bring up to 10 inches of snow tonight, tomorrow  (16) Press
 • NAACP celebrates new Bristol office ribbon cutting  (7) Press
 • Girl Scout cookie season is here  (7) Press
 • Balance and depth has carried Bristol Eastern girls basketball into state Class L quarterfinals  (7) Press
 • This week's meetings  (5) Press
 • Bristol co-op boys swimming places third in CCC South championships with eight all-conference titles  (4) Press

• sunday, march 03, 2019
 • Bristol NAACP opens new office   (11) Press
 • More snow coming Sunday  (11) Press
 • Girl Scout cookie season is here  (10) Press
 • Chamber makes plans for Health and Wellness Expo  (2) Observer

• saturday, march 02, 2019
 • Two winter storms to bring snow this weekend  (28) Press
 • Firefighters battle smoke at warehouse fire in Bristol  (59) Press
 • Bristol Hospital and others urge assembly to reject hospital tax  (16) Press
 • St. Paul girls basketball uses pressure, homecourt advantage to run to state quarterfinals  (15) Press
 • Fatal fentanyl overdoses increase 12 percent in Connecticut  (14) Press
 • A wacky week of reading for Stafford Elementary School in Bristol  (11) Press
 • A piece of city history: An insider’s look at Memorial Boulevard School  (9) Observer
 • Gonzalez, Udoh form a lethal duo for St. Paul girls basketball  (8) Press
 • Engineering some fun  (1) Observer
 • Rosado tapped to take over Medeiros’ seat  (1) Observer

• friday, march 01, 2019
 • Bristol police captain retires  (61) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Thank you Jack Hines  (35) Press
 • Mayor lays out priorities  (24) Observer
 • Building committee picked  (19) Observer
 • Bristol Eastern girls basketball dominant again, advances to state quarterfinals  (13) Press
 • Plymouth Maple Festival rescheduled to March 9  (11) Press
 • UPDATE: Police at all Plymouth schools after threat made on social media  (10) Press
 • Parks and Rec Retiree Golf League offered  (10) Observer
 • Gonzalez, Udoh lead St. Paul girls basketball to rout of Parish Hill in second round of Class S stat  (9) Press
 • Area wrestlers set to compete against the best in State Open  (9) Press
 • Bristol mayor, police chief attend talk on opioids at Tunxis  (7) Press
 • Celebrate Mardi Gras in the (merry-go) round  (7) Observer
 • Future looks bright as success grows from Bristol swimmers' bond  (6) Press
 • Legislators talk session with chamber  (4) Observer


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• tuesday, march 26, 2019
 • Bristol cat killer expected to get prison sentence  (31) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (27) Press
 • Bristol police warn residents of national Social Security scam  (20) Press
 • Republican lawmakers oppose tolls, offer alternative at Bristol forum  (13) Press
 • Legalized marijuana in Connecticut clears first hurdle  (12) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Eastern's Ella Nichols and Bristol Central's Mark Pet  (7) Press
 • After two ACL tears, Bristol Eastern's Gettings living out her dream  (5) Press
 • Republican lawmakers oppose tolls, offer alternative at Bristol forum  (4) Press
 • Dental hygiene students to provide free oral care for vets  (4) Observer
 • Korean War veterans serving up meatloaf to help Memorial Day parade  (4) Observer
 • Mum Fest craft fair set for April 20  (3) Observer
 • Plymouth mayor's budget keep property tax in check  (1) Press
 • Plymouth Chamber of Commerce to join regional group  (0) Press

• monday, march 25, 2019
 • PRIME TIME: Paper routes were work, but full of good memories  (26) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (17) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Another date TBA for Bristol dairy program  (15) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (13) Press
 • Merlot, please: Over 260 come out for Bristol Hospital's Festival of Wine and Spirits  (9) Press
 • Swishing skirts, quick steps at New England Carousel Museum's contra dance in Bristol  (9) Press
 • State's gambling future still uncertain, despite federal ruling  (5) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Loved ones' Alzheimers: It's a quality of life issue  (3) Press
 • Bristol to launch 2020 census efforts April 15 with Bysiewicz  (3) Press
 • This week's meetings  (0) Press

• sunday, march 24, 2019
 • Plymouth man gets probation for stealing during Bristol home improvement job  (42) Press
 • Bristol ranked one of safest cities in Conn.  (21) Observer
 • UConn boxing gains momentum after hosting tournament in Bristol  (11) Press
 • City officials attend anti-drug conference in D.C.  (5) Observer
 • Bristol Hospital's Festival of Wine and Spirits brings together community, charity and celebration  (2) Press
 • Bristol Central goes ‘Legally Blonde’  (2) Observer

• saturday, march 23, 2019
 • Bristol home shot at Saturday was where 2016 shooting occurred  (59) Press
 • Attorney, state prosecutors reviewing medical records in Bristol slashing   (33) Press
 • New director takes the helm at the Carousel Museum in Bristol  (24) Press
 • Forum on tolls planned for Monday evening  (15) Press
 • Bristol's AVID school program scores high with students and teachers  (10) Press
 • UBI Federal Credit Union opens new ATM in Bristol  (9) Press
 • Imagine Nation selling tickets to their annual "From the Vine" wine tasting event  (9) Press
 • Fraudulent Social Security Calls Increase Amid Tax Season  (4) Bristol Round
 • Passover to be Celebrated with a Local Community Seder  (3) Bristol Round
 • Indian Rock Celebrates Earth Day With Activities  (1) Bristol Round
 • Women & Girls’ Fund Hosts Blood Drive in Bristol  (1) Bristol Round
 • Tunxis to Offer Financial Aid for Undocumented Students  (0) Bristol Round

• friday, march 22, 2019
 • Concerns raised about HazMat at Memorial Blvd.  (55) Observer
 • Local Facial Surgeon Warns Against New Bizarre Ear Surgery Trend  (45) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Board of Ed asks for a budget of $119.9 million   (31) Press
 • Plainville man accused of assaulting pregnant woman with screwdriver  (29) Press
 • Bristol man accused of threatening Bristol Hospital released from custody  (24) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bristol, and its birds, soar into springtime  (22) Press
 • Opening Day at the American Clock & Watch Museum  (12) Bristol Round
 • Grow your skills at Indian Rock Nature Preserve's new gardening series   (9) Press
 • Environmental Learning Centers of Connecticut to host their Comedy Night in Bristol  (6) Press
 • Middle school musicians go ‘pro’  (5) Observer

• thursday, march 21, 2019
 • Shots fired into multi-family Bristol home  (32) Press
 • State police asking for help finding Bristol man wanted on child pornography charges  (63) Press
 • Truck spills about 50 gallons of diesel fuel in Bristol  (63) Press
 • Bristol home uninhabitable after tank spews fireballs  (59) Press
 • Wolcott woman pleads guilty in fatal Bristol crash, receives probation  (38) Press
 • Bristol man found with fentanyl, crack cocaine in Plainville offered plea bargain  (17) Press
 • Dads and sons welcome to Dude's Night Out Friday in Bristol  (15) Press
 • Raffles for clean water  (14) Observer
 • Eastern’s scholar athletes selected  (8) Observer
 • Bristol's Team Edge hopes to bring back mountain biking enthusiasm  (8) Press
 • Boys Basketball: BE’s Dziedzic, BC’s Clingan tapped for CCC honors  (3) Observer

• wednesday, march 20, 2019
 • Fire leaves Bristol father, son temporarily homeless  (28) Press
 • Man charged with stealing 1970s Chevy in Plainville  (61) Press
 • Bristol man charged with dealing cocaine  (50) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (44) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (19) Press
 • Probation violator takes plea deal to avoid prison  (18) Press
 • Toll foes place 'Toll Troll' on state Capitol lawn  (12) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Foggy day on the diamond makes for good fun  (11) Press
 • Petit reads, donates books to Plainville first graders  (3) Press
 • Plainville budget goes to voters on April 30  (2) Press
 • Young Bristol co-op boys swimming wants to build off strong season  (1) Press

• tuesday, march 19, 2019
 • Mandee to Close Bristol Plaza Location  (57) Bristol Round
 • Veteran Bristol musicians finally land a record deal  (44) Press
 • Bristol's Boguslawski eulogized as tireless fighter for state's consumers  (20) Press
 • Man with history of threatening Bristol Hospital denied bond reduction request  (19) Press
 • Plainville man gets probation in sex case involving Southington girl, 12  (17) Press
 • Rep. Ziogas surveying constituents on-line  (12) Observer
 • Program to milk memories of Bristol's dairy history  (12) Press
 • Probation violator takes plea deal to avoid prison  (12) Press
 • Hope Street & Hospital Building Set to Open Soon, City to Offer Full Transparency Going Forward  (11) Bristol Round
 • Suspect in Bristol stabbing offered plea deal for lesser sentence  (10) Press
 • Rep. Pavalock-D’Amato Celebrates Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Reading to Elementary Students  (9) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Public Works Means Business  (8) Bristol Round
 • Adult CPR class held April 27 to increase awareness  (7) Observer
 • Hospital leads delegation to Connecticut Hospital Day at capitol  (7) Observer
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Eastern's Paige McLaughlin and Bristol Central's Jose Ramirez  (6) Press
 • Imagine Nation Early Learning School now enrolling  (4) Observer

• monday, march 18, 2019
 • Bristol man accused of intentionally crashing into vehicle  (76) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • YOUR VIEW: Tell Rep. Ziogas to slash state spending  (23) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Veteran honored with Order of Saint Maurice award  (20) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Banker was first president of Bristol Boys Club  (19) Press
 • Over 800 runners, walkers tackle Shamrock Run in Bristol  (19) Press
 • 'This Is Me' OM Show prepares for showtime in Bristol  (10) Press
 • 'Fun-drasier' in Plainville benefits blood cancer patients  (5) Press
 • This week's meetings  (5) Press

• sunday, march 17, 2019
 • 17th Annual Shamrock Run and Walk gets 800 registrants   (28) Press
 • Central CT Gigs — 3/17  (8) Bristol Round


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