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news from sunday, november 01 2020 to monday, november 16 2020

• monday, november 16, 2020
 • Stop & Shop to be among the first pharmacies to administer future COVID vaccine  (12) WFSB
 • Teen killed in Plymouth shooting, neighbor recalls "small talk" made with alleged killer  (63) Press
 • Lawyer who founded veterans charity in Connecticut sentenced to prison for scamming donors  (17) Courant
 • Community holds virtual vigil for Plymouth shooting victim  (9) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Should you sign a nursing home admission agreement?  (8) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Goodwin Holcombe helped make Connecticut richer by what she accomplished  (6) Press

• sunday, november 15, 2020
 • Teen killed in Plymouth shooting  (62) Press
 • Gov. Lamont quarantines after staff member tests positive  (12) Press
 • Arts and Culture Commission unveils fresh version of duck painting   (10) Press

• saturday, november 14, 2020
 • High school student killed in Plymouth shooting, sibling injured  (41) WFSB
 • Bristol, New Britain restaurant owners doing their best to adapt to 'Red Alert' status  (28) Press
 • Bristol Hospital has 18 covid-19 patients  (20) Press
 • Plainville names new fire chief  (14) Press
 • Plymouth welcomes L.A.B. Fitness & Wellness   (12) Press
 • Bristol native, legendary basketball coach Montelli holding signing to celebrate release of new book  (12) Press
 • Local communities continue to see rise in covid-19 cases  (9) Press
 • More schools ending in-person learning amid rising outbreaks  (6) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys soccer star DiLoreto makes Hartford commitment official  (3) Press
 • Stuff the Truck event set for Sunday in Plainville  (2) Press
 • American Legion Post 209 ships out 11 packages to support the Connecticut National Guard   (2) Press
 • CCSU reporting multiple new cases of covid-19   (1) Press

• friday, november 13, 2020
 • Burlington Coat Factory coming to Bristol  (93) Press
 • Covid-19 cases continue to be reported in Bristol, could affect city services  (28) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering annual Greene-Hills School Sports Banquets  (20) Press
 • Bristol resident retires as Newington Town Planner  (16) Press
 • Bristol Hospital to implement Compassionate No Visitation Policy  (15) Press
 • Bristol to hold another Farmers to Families event Saturday  (13) Press
 • Bristol's public schools report new covid-19 cases  (11) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls volleyball completes perfect season with sweep of Farmington to win CCC Region B title  (8) Press
 • Hartford HealthCare shares latest covid-19 numbers  (5) Press
 • Bristol's 'Solar for All' campaign helps residents lower their electric bills  (4) Press
 • Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum is getting into the holiday spirit  (3) Press
 • St. Paul girls soccer's All-State goalkeeper Zwolinski signs to play for Division-I American University  (1) Press
 • CCSU reports two new covid-19 cases   (0) Press

• thursday, november 12, 2020
 • Bristol police blotter  (42) Press
 • Episode 7: 'Stories of the Week Podcast' sits down this week with Albert Peguero from Bristol Health to discuss Connecticut's increase in coronavirus   (30) Press
 • Back on its home field, Plainville boys soccer routs Bristol Central in opening round off postseason play  (10) Press
 • Bristol Hospital discharges 2 covid-19 patients  (9) Press
 • Biden pushes forward on transition despite Trump's blocking  (5) Press
 • CCSU has two self-reported positive covid-19 cases   (5) Press
 • Veterans Day in 2020: quiet parades, somber virtual events  (4) Press
 • Hartford Healthcare reassure that their facilities are safe  (3) Press
 • Bristol honors veterans during virtual ceremony  (3) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls volleyball shows, as it has all season, it's more than up to any kind of challenge  (2) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Central boys soccer gets better of Bristol Eastern, taking season finale 'slugfest'  (1) Press
 • Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sister's annual gala going virtual   (1) Press

• wednesday, november 11, 2020
 • Bristol's public schools report new covid-19 cases  (30) Press
 • Skytop Motors is ready to help with a variety of automotive needs   (23) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering, honoring veterans  (19) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (18) Press
 • Bristol voters favored incumbents, Joe Biden   (15) Press
 • Bristol, New Britain prepared to deal with Red Alert status  (12) Press
 • Area veterans speak about what Veterans Day means to them  (8) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Central, Southington have strong showings at CCC Region B cross country championships  (3) Press
 • Bristol Central, Bristol Eastern football teams used odd fall to improve different skillsets  (1) Press
 • Bristol Central, Bristol Eastern girls swimming showcase progress, time well in final meet of season  (1) Press

• tuesday, november 10, 2020
 • Bristol police blotter  (46) Press
 • B.E.S.T.-4-Bristol rebrands itself   (22) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (19) Press
 • Bristol Central boys soccer heads into postseason with some momentum after beating Bristol Eastern in regular season finale  (15) Press
 • Bristol Board of Ed appoints new executive director of the Office of Communications  (15) Press
 • Connecticut's covid-19 cases grow over 80,000  (8) Press
 • 'America is still the number one country': Residents give their opinions on the 2020 Presidential Election  (8) Press
 • Mountain View School reports first case of covid-19 among school community  (5) Press
 • Terryville Fish & Game Club cancels annual turkey shoot   (5) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Step back and take a deep breath in this stressful time  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls volleyball stays unbeaten after rallying from two-set deficit to beat Avon in playoff opener  (3) Press
 • Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine is looking 90% effective  (0) Press

• monday, november 09, 2020
 • Home on Vance Road devastated by weekend fire  (57) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Ingraham was important to fabric of Bristol community  (20) Press
 • Alex Trebek, long-running 'Jeopardy!' host, dies at 80  (8) Press
 • Football players and coaches look for positives as they finish altered season  (4) Press
 • Senior Signals: Planning and asset protection in a pandemic  (1) Press

• sunday, november 08, 2020
 • This Man Across The Globe Had No Clue His Studies Were Being Taught in Bristol Schools  (34) Bristol Round
 • ‘High risk’ scholastic sports postponed by Gov. Lamont  (13) TBE

• saturday, november 07, 2020
 • CNN and MSNBC - Biden Wins   (8) CNN
 • Bristol has 1000 confirmed cases of covid-19  (31) Press
 • Plainville man who volunteered at Bristol children's museum pleads not guilty to possession of child pornography  (30) Press
 • Residents urged to stay home at night as covid-19 cases grow  (14) Press
 • Plymouth mayor discusses their red status  (9) Press
 • Bristol Hospital, state see rise in coronavirus hospitalizations  (8) Press
 • State moves several towns, cities to 'Red Alert' status due to high number of coronavirus cases  (5) Press
 • Area coaches ponder how state's latest safety regulations for youth sports will impact winter season  (4) Press

• friday, november 06, 2020
 • State moves several towns, cities to 'Red Alert' status due to high number of coronavirus cases  (32) Press
 • Episode 6: 'Stories of the Week Podcast' breaks break down election results at all levels in the local area, as well as what election day was like for  (38) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Tom Ragaini celebrates his birthday   (27) Press
 • Memorial Boulevard Intradistrict Arts Magnet School project coming in under budget  (11) Press
 • Bristol, New Britain's absentee ballot counting went smoothly  (8) Press
 • Bristol Hospital treating eight patients with coronavirus  (6) Press
 • Central CT Chambers of Commerce looks to help businesses promote holiday specials   (3) Press
 • Bristol Central boys soccer peaking at right time as postseason approaches  (2) Press

• thursday, november 05, 2020
 • ESPN announces 300 layoffs, cites 'tremendous disruption' due to COVID  (21) WFSB
 • Bristol police blotter  (36) Press
 • Kevin Creed's attorney will ask for home confinement during client's sentencing in scheme involving Friends of Fisher House Connecticut: court documen  (30) Press
 • Bristol favors incumbents on Election Day  (18) Press
 • Parks department launching its annual Holiday Gift Giving program  (6) Press
 • State covid-19 cases rise above 75,000 Wednesday  (4) Press
 • Covid-19 cases remain low at Central Connecticut State University   (0) Press
 • Sports Roundup: DiLoreto becomes second goalkeeper in Bristol Eastern boys soccer history to score a goal in draw against Farmington   (0) Press

• wednesday, november 04, 2020
 • Bristol police blotter  (40) Press
 • Repairs to Memorial Boulevard Bridge to start next April  (19) Press
 • Democrat Joe Biden wins Connecticut's 7 electoral votes  (19) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (14) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (6) Press
 • Petit, running unopposed, to begin third term as state rep for Plainville, New Britain  (4) Press
 • UPDATED: Bristol, New Britain areas already seeing thousands of voters turn out at polls  (3) Press
 • Roundup: Southington boys soccer gets closer to postseason berth after win over Avon  (3) Press
 • Bristol Central boys soccer gets goals from four different scorers, shuts out New Britain  (2) Press
 • Bristol up 50 in confirmed coronavirus cases since weekend; state hospitalizations up over 40  (2) Press

• tuesday, november 03, 2020
 • Bristol police looking for teen who has been missing since Halloween  (54) Press
 • Bristol police seeking suspects in blundered theft of ATM   (38) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (30) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (14) Press
 • Election officials say covid rules could make lines look bad  (13) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: A message to men: pay close attention to your health  (8) Press
 • State reimposes some restrictions as virus rates increase  (8) Press
 • Area residents ready to cast their vote for president, number of local races  (6) Press
 • Bristol has nearly 40 new coronavirus cases; Southington has coronavirus-associated death  (4) Press
 • Connecticut jury trials still on hold as coronavirus rates rise  (4) Press
 • Biden wins in high school mock elections  (3) Press
 • South Side School has two more from community test positive for covid-19  (2) Press
 • Bristol Central girls volleyball shuts out New Britain for second time this season, earns ninth win  (1) Press
 • Bristol, New Britain mayors encourage small businesses, nonprofits to apply for state grants  (1) Press
 • Bristol Hospital's coronavirus numbers dropped over the weekend  (1) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul girls soccer closes out regular season with comeback win  (0) Press

• monday, november 02, 2020
 • Patrol officer in Bristol finds suspects dragging stolen ATM in Jeep  (50) WFSB
 • Another Restaurant Chain, Friendly's, Files for Bankruptcy in Pandemic  (15) NBC30
 • PRIME TIME: Korean War casualty Roberge was member of well-known dairy family in town  (26) Press
 • Updated School-By-School and Nursing Home Coronavirus Case Lists  (19) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Eastern's Davis Jr. staying prepared for next chapter at Penn State despite losing senior season  (13) Press
 • Guide to voting in Plainville: Petit running unopposed, while Martin-Fortier battle for state senate in District 31  (12) Press
 • CT Announces New Oversight for Nursing Home and Assisted Living  (9) Bristol Round
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Looking at dementia from a caregiver's view  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls volleyball passes valuable test after being pushed to brink by Bristol Central  (1) Press

• sunday, november 01, 2020
 • Bristol is one of 5 state cities to achieve Silver level in Sustainable CT Certification  (18) TBE
 • Bristol Central soccer standout Lily Hansen proves that defense deserves credit  (5) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern volleyball foils Bristol Central in epic city series battle  (5) TBE
 • Bristol and New Britain Leaders to Help Small Businesses and Nonprofits  (2) Bristol Round

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news from tuesday, november 17 2020 to monday, november 30 2020

• thursday, november 26, 2020
 • Lawyer accused of stealing nearly $1M from veterans charity  (40) Press
 • Bristol resident dies from coronavirus-associated illness  (36) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Long-lost dog tags returned to family  (23) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (13) Press
 • Federal prosecutors to ask for minimum of nine years in prison for Bristol man who solicited child pornography, had sexual conversations with teen  (10) Press
 • Bristol Historical Society will be offering a European-style outdoor Christmas market   (8) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (6) Press
 • Bristol Hospital's coronavirus numbers go mostly unchanged Wednesday  (5) Press
 • Nearly 80% turnout in Connecticut election is a record  (2) Press
 • CCSU reports one new coronavirus case  (1) Press

• wednesday, november 25, 2020
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to soliciting child pornography  (55) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (30) Press
 • Bristol has 60 new coronavirus cases in past day; updates for Plymouth, Southington, Plainville  (25) Press
 • 'You don't have to leave Bristol to do your Christmas shopping': Bysiewicz joins city leaders in encouraging residents to shop local  (13) Press
 • Nursing home residents urged to stay put during holiday  (8) Press
 • 'This in indeed the second wave': Hospital of Central Connecticut has nearly 30 coronavirus patients  (3) Press
 • Three new covid-19 cases confirmed at Central Connecticut State University  (0) Press

• tuesday, november 24, 2020
 • Bristol police blotter  (46) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (22) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (21) Press
 • Multiple factors, including Thanksgiving travel and gatherings, could explain why lines are so long at covid-19 testing sites  (20) Press
 • Bristol has two coronavirus-associated deaths, Southington one; area case numbers all up  (14) Press
 • Bristol Hospital sees increase in coronavirus patients  (10) Press
 • Bristol public schools move to full remote learning for two weeks  (7) Press
 • Jury selection set for January for Bristol man accused of stealing mail  (6) Press
 • Liberty Baptist Church collects 1,500 shoeboxes of presents for less fortunate children   (5) Press
 • Transfer Station announces hours for Thanksgiving week   (4) Press
 • American Clock & Watch Museum's 'Mantels for the Season' is now on   (4) Press
 • Sixteen in quarantine, two in isolation due to coronavirus at CCSU  (2) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Hernias could be the cause of your chest pain and shortness of breath  (2) Press
 • Gas price average for Thanksgiving holiday lowest since 2015; AAA expects less travel  (1) Press
 • Numerous St. Paul athletes receive all-conference recognition for fall performances  (1) Press

• monday, november 23, 2020
 • PRIME TIME: Holcombe was important businessman, civil servant  (23) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: When should you take your Social Security benefits?  (15) Press
 • Bristol teens collect, sort hundreds of pounds of food for families in need  (15) Press
 • Bristol police to join Click It or Ticket campaign to encourage driver safety  (11) Press
 • Jury duty? No thanks, say many, forcing trials to be delayed  (8) Press

• sunday, november 22, 2020
 • Postal Worker From Bristol Did a “Big” No-No  (78) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Police to Participate in Click-It-or-Ticket Campaign  (23) Bristol Round
 • Covid-19 care centers reopening amid nursing home outbreaks  (20) Press
 • Bristol’s Mayor Zoppo-Sassu brings local viewpoint to Gov. Lamont’s Covid update  (17) TBE
 • Bristol letter carriers continue Thanksgiving food drive tradition with new format for covid-19 pandemic  (11) Press
 • Bristol Eastern runner Fiona Gallagher earns second all-state honor in program history  (6) Press

• saturday, november 21, 2020
 • Bristol man who works as postal employee indicted for allegedly stealing cash, other items of value from mail  (58) Press
 • Dozen gather to protest decision to shut down Legends Sports Bar  (51) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (34) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: A big wedding surprise and a basketball coach's memoir  (31) Press
 • As Thanksgiving gatherings take on new meaning, many are opting for to-go options, with area restaurants prepared to fill the need  (15) Press
 • Bristol resident honored for helping neighbor escape fire  (15) Press
 • Teacher shortage has state turning to CCSU students for pilot education program in Bristol  (15) Press
 • Looking at the life of one of Bristol's first librarians  (12) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (12) Press
 • Bristol, Southington have coronavirus-associated deaths; plus Bristol, Plymouth, Southington, Plainville case updates  (11) Press
 • Bristol Eastern runner Fiona Gallagher earns seconnd all-state honor in program history  (10) Press
 • Plymouth organizes a collection drive in honor of Maddie Bell   (9) Press
 • Bristol Hospital sees another decrease in covid-19 patients  (8) Press

• friday, november 20, 2020
 • Bristol health cardiologist retiring after 34 years of practicing  (56) Press
 • Stories of the Week Podcast, Episode 8, with special guest CIAC Executive Director Glenn Lungarini, who discusses the winter sports season  (38) Press
 • Bristol mayor in quarantine after having been potentially exposed to covid-19  (38) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (35) Press
 • Bristol mayor, Governor talk about state mandated covid-19 restrictions during daily briefing  (27) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (21) Press
 • Wojtusik's is getting into holiday spirit  (17) Press
 • Parks department announces winners of 23rd annual Turkey Shoot  (14) Press
 • 'I'd rather take grievances than offer my condolences': Area senior centers closing down again amidst second wave of coronavirus cases  (10) Press
 • St. Paul baseball standout Remillard signs to play collegiately at American International College  (10) Press
 • All area cities and towns marked 'Red Alert'; Bristol, Plymouth have virus-associated deaths  (9) Press
 • Bristol Hospital still treating 11 coronavirus patients  (6) Press
 • Hartford HealthCare chief clinical officer sees covid-19 peak hitting in mid to late December  (5) Press
 • Bristol has 80th coronavirus-associated death, nearly 40 new cases in past day; area towns up as well  (5) Press

• thursday, november 19, 2020
 • State police seek witnesses to New Britain crash that killed Bristol woman  (87) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (34) Press
 • Bristol reminds residents to follow U.S. Postal Service/Public Works specifications when installing mailboxes  (29) Press
 • Bristol police captain recognized for role in fighting against substance, alcohol abuse  (20) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Mum contest winner announced  (18) Press
 • Bristol Central's Minerva statue to be restored, find new home  (16) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (14) Press
 • Stories of the Week Podcast, Episode 8, with special guest CIAC Executive Director Glenn Lugarini, who discusses the winter sports season  (10) Press
 • Bristol has 80th coronavirus-associated death, nearly 40 new cases in past day; area towns up as well  (4) Press
 • Stafford School class moved to remote learning   (4) Press
 • Bristol Hospital's coronavirus numbers drop slightly again  (3) Press
 • Forestville American Legion Post 209 promoting suicide awareness  (3) Press
 • Child Advocate: Covid-19 lockdowns harming youth in prison  (3) Press
 • Boys & Girls Club of Bristol has received a combined $23,652 grant  (1) Press

• wednesday, november 18, 2020
 • Legends Sports Bar shut down for violating numerous state mandated covid-19 restrictions  (56) Press
 • Bristol woman accused by Southington police of overdosing in Wal-Mart bathroom while caring for her young children  (49) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (29) Press
 • Bristol is planning to hold a pre-Thanksgiving Farmers Market   (22) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (11) Press
 • Bristol has more than 20 new coronavirus cases; Plainville has coronavirus-associated death   (9) Press
 • Boys & Girls Club of Bristol's Keystone Club to hold collection drive  (5) Press
 • Bristol public schools will offer pre-packaged meals for students during remote learning   (5) Press
 • Santa Claus' visit to Indian Rock Nature Preserve will be a little different this year   (4) Press
 • Divinity Street to be shut down Tuesday for water main repair work  (3) Press
 • Bristol Hospital sees slight decline in coronavirus patients  (3) Press

• tuesday, november 17, 2020
 • Terryville mother accused of killing daughter, wounding son during shooting was hospitalized previously for psychiatric episodes  (56) Press
 • Bristol schools to close for 2 weeks, swap to remote learning over Thanksgiving holiday  (25) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (37) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (26) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (19) Press
 • Bristol Letter Carriers holding annual Thanksgiving food drive  (15) Press
 • Thousands without power a day after strong storms and wind  (13) Press
 • City officials encouraging residents to download the Covid Alert CT app  (13) Press
 • Another big jump statewide in coronavirus cases, hospitalizations, deaths; Bristol has nearly 100 new cases  (13) Press
 • Bristol Hospital treating 13 patients with coronavirus  (11) Press
 • Bristol schools report more covid-19 cases, some classes returning to all remote learning   (9) Press
 • After disappointment of last season, Bristol Eastern girls volleyball made sure it was winning some kind of title this year  (8) Press
 • Lamont asks Trump to extend National Guard virus support  (4) Press
 • Greater New Britain chamber set to celebrate with 107th annual meeting  (1) Press

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