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news from thursday, september 01 2022 to friday, september 30 2022

• tuesday, september 27, 2022
 • Man accused of setting up hidden camera in Bristol bathroom likely to face prosecution  (32) Press
 • SpaceX Starlink satellites seen over Bristol  (25) Press
 • State police issue Silver Alert for 'endangered runaway' from Bristol  (22) Press
 • 60th year of the Mum Festival 'went great'  (17) Press
 • Wheeler Health will break ground on new Bristol headquarters  (14) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • Bristol Public Library holding 'Community Shred Day'  (6) Press
 • BE soccer splits last two matches with CCC South bout at Maloney on deck  (2) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern cross country runs first home meet of the season last Tuesday against Berlin and Mills  (1) TBE
 • City Meeting Calendar, Week of Sept. 26-30  (1) TBE
 • Bristol celebrates 60th Mum Festival  (1) TBE
 • Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum will feature new figures, movie props, audio tracks  (1) Press
 • WEEK AHEAD: Terryville girls, boys soccer rolling; others have chance to regroup  (0) Press
 • Hard work pays off for BE girls soccer last Thursday as Kingstreeters shutout Platt on the road  (0) TBE
 • Bristol-Burlington Health District offering 'Community Baby Shower'  (0) Press

• monday, september 26, 2022
 • City pride abound at 60th annual Mum Parade  (24) Press
 • Making friends at the Mum Festival, and possibly gaining new members and volunteers  (24) TBE
 • Mum Festival Parade  (14) Courant
 • Sept. 26-Oct. 2  (5) TBE
 • Porrini continues to dominate as Bristol Central boys cross country defeats Plainville and Middletown on Tuesday while performing well at the Winding   (4) TBE
 • BCHS girls cross country makes credible showing in CCC South and weekend bouts  (0) TBE

• sunday, september 25, 2022
 • Mum Festival well underway at the boulevard  (30) TBE
 • Mum Festival celebrates 60 years with food, music and community fellowship  (17) Press

• saturday, september 24, 2022
 • Recreational cannabis sales will be allowed in Bristol  (44) Press
 • Bristol police officers, citizens honored for going above and beyond serving area residents  (19) Press
 • Silver Alert issued for missing Plainville teen  (16) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (12) Press
 • Bristol man who police say allowed minor to gain access to gun enrolled in program that could result in dismissal  (11) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Camille  (9) Press
 • Wheeler receives grant to support 'Walk with Me' program, which serves LGBTQIA+ families  (6) Press
 • Family time capsule program at American Clock & Watch Museum  (5) Press
 • In a tense special meeting, City Council votes to allow hybrid marijuana sales  (5) TBE
 • In first Alliance contest with out-of-conference foe, BCHS falls short but not without tough defensive effort  (4) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern football falls to 0-3 after loss to Fairfield Warde  (4) Press
 • Bristol Central football struggles on offense in close loss at Wilton  (3) Press

• friday, september 23, 2022
 • Condo fire in Bristol displaces one family  (57) Press
 • Bristol woman exposed to eight years in prison after admitting to violating probation she is serving for trying to abduct random child  (35) Press
 • Bristol sex offender admits to violating probation  (28) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Readers remember friends who passed away  (21) Press
 • Unsafe benches at Quinlan Park in Bristol to be restored by Terryville High shop teacher  (16) Press
 • Bristol City Council approves hybrid dispensary recreational cannabis sales in 4 to 3 decision  (14) Press
 • Mum Festival returns to Memorial Park Boulevard this weekend  (10) TBE
 • Mum Festival to celebrate 60 years with exhibit in marquee tent this weekend  (10) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol  (4) TBE
 • Plainville Stadium Reunion at Berlin Fair Grounds to showcase local racing history  (3) Press
 • Bristol Central football travels to take on Wilton for first time ever  (3) Press
 • Bristol Eastern needs to play a full game in order to beat Fairfield Warde  (0) Press
 • St. Paul girls soccer gains confidence after home-opener victory over Derby   (0) Press
 • Bristol Central volleyball can't be complacent down stretch  (0) Press
 • Simsbury hands Eastern volleyball first defeat of the year  (0) TBE

• thursday, september 22, 2022
 • NBC Connecticut personality to be Mum Festival's grand marshal  (49) Press
 • Where to see fall foliage this week in Bristol  (15) TBE
 • City council to meet for special meeting Thursday  (14) TBE
 • Southington police blotter  (13) Press
 • Bristol Hospital will begin seeing patients in newly-renovated ER Thursday  (11) Press
 • 'I saw on Mason's face what we were doing, the joy and smiles': Bristol father and son bond through running  (9) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (4) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol!  (3) TBE
 • Central Connecticut Walk to End Alzheimer's happening at Rockwell Park in Bristol  (3) Press
 • Walk to End Alzheimer’s coming to Rockwell Park Sunday  (3) TBE
 • Lions Club James J. Keating Scholarship awarded by Main Street Community Foundation  (2) TBE
 • Imagine Nation to hold three fall craft programs for children  (2) Press
 • Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce holding Open House event  (2) Press
 • ROUNDUP: St. Paul boys soccer secures first win  (1) Press

• wednesday, september 21, 2022
 • Woman killed in Plymouth crash that left two people trapped in burning vehicle  (66) Press
 • Bristol teen, last seen wearing work uniform, goes missing  (52) Press
 • Southington police release photo of vehicle suspected to be involved in recent wave of car break-ins  (33) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (20) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (16) Press
 • Mum Festival expected to impact a number of roads in Bristol this weekend  (14) Press
 • Local World War II veteran, 97, honored at Legacy Foundation event  (13) Press
 • Mum Festival returns to Bristol this weekend celebrating major milestone  (12) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol!  (11) TBE
 • Bristol Historical Society presents volunteer, community service awards  (10) Press
 • Volunteers to clean up Pequabuck River in Plainville; here's how to help  (6) Press
 • The Top-10 poll in scholastic football for Week 3 sees several squads that will be in CCC action this weekend  (6) TBE
 • Bristol Historical Society to host Mum Festival Photo Contest  (4) TBE
 • Wheeler Golf Classic brings in $100,000 to support the Basic Needs Fund  (3) TBE
 • Eastern volleyball continues winning streak with 3-1 victory at Berlin  (3) TBE
 • Eastern volleyball continues winning streak with 3-1 victory at Berlin  (3) TBE

• tuesday, september 20, 2022
 • Bristol police looking for missing 14-year-old   (40) Press
 • Roll-over accident in a Mt. View neighborhood  (28) TBE
 • Windsor man killed in motorcycle accident in Plainville  (24) Press
 • Pequabuck River Duck Race returns with vendors, food truck, kids' zone and more  (18) Press
 • Plymouth police investigating two robberies within minutes of each other  (13) Press
 • Bristol Police announce road closures for this weekend for Mum Festival events  (10) TBE
 • Community volunteers cleaned up Page Park in Bristol as part of 'World Cleanup Day'  (9) Press
 • Korean War Veterans Association's donation secures final funding for Vietnam Wall that Heals display at Bristol library  (7) Press
 • Lock Museum of America in Plymouth will celebrate 'Lockotber' with collectors event  (6) Press
 • Campos doesn't want St. Paul boys soccer to get frustrated after loss against Torrington  (6) Press
 • Area high school teams settling in after slow start to season, week ahead will give clearer picture of future  (6) Press
 • Weekend Roundup  (6) TBE
 • American Legion Post 2 members remember those missing in action, prisoners of war  (5) Press

• monday, september 19, 2022
 • Windsor man killed in Route 72 crash  (38) Press
 • Switching up our meeting and heading to a new cafe in town; the final episode of a favorite show  (31) TBE
 • Police say they are looking for a man who robbed two gas stations in Terryville yesterday  (31) WFSB
 • Good morning, Bristol!  (7) TBE
 • Bristol Central boys cross country defeats both Berlin and Platt while girls earn a split in CCC South action on Wednesday  (6) TBE
 • City Calendar, Sept. 19-25  (5) TBE
 • BEHS boys soccer gives Hall a run before falling by a 3-1 decision on Friday in CCC Interdivisional tilt  (2) TBE
 • Eastern boys cross country starts the season at 2-0 in CCC South competition while girls defeat Maloney on Wednesday  (1) TBE
 • BEHS football comeback bid just falls short as Platt hangs on for 29-22 victory over the Lancers on Friday  (0) TBE
 • BE girls soccer falls to powerful Tolland, falling 8-1 in a CCC Interdivisional contest  (0) TBE
 • B.E. Lancers volleyball handles Lewis Mills in straight sets  (0) TBE

• sunday, september 18, 2022
 • It’s Deja Vu all over again; Ordinance Committee votes to ban retailers and hybrid retailers of cannabis in Bristol  (37) TBE
 • Immanuel Lutheran Church celebrates 130 years at German Festival  (9) Press

• saturday, september 17, 2022
 • Bristol receives a grant to replace blighted tennis courts   (39) Press
 • Bristol City Council approves two resolutions  (22) Press
 • German Fest returns to Immanuel Lutheran Church this weekend  (16) TBE
 • Bristol Police Department is bringing back their 'Coffee with a Cop'  (12) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (10) Press
 • Bristol is turning teal   (10) Press
 • PETS OF THE WEEK: Arrow and Minnie  (9) Press
 • Rotary Club is offering a 'September Fest'  (8) Press
 • FRIDAY FICKS: It's never too late  (4) Press
 • Bristol's second Hispanic Heritage Concert will be returning Sunday   (4) Press
 • Bristol Central girls soccer off to quick start this season  (3) Press
 • Bristol Historical Society is taking sign-ups for West Cemetery Lantern Tour  (2) Press
 • Bristol Eastern football focusing on discipline to beat Platt tonight  (2) Press
 • Bristol Eastern's potential comeback runs out of gas, falling to Platt 29-22  (2) Press
 • Bristol Central football scores 22 fourth-quarter points in one-point win over South Windsor  (2) Press
 • BCHS Football takes to the road in Week 2 as the Rams battles South Windsor  (2) TBE
 • Bristol Central rallies, ekes out victory over South Windsor; Blair scores three TDs  (1) TBE
 • Bristol Central football seeking first win, takes on South Windsor today  (1) Press
 • BE Football hits the road on Friday (vs. Platt) for the first of four consecutive road games  (1) TBE

• friday, september 16, 2022
 • Bristol man charged with having sex with minor, inappropriate contact with another going to trial  (37) Press
 • Plainville man who had child pornography, told police he prefers 9-year-olds eludes prison  (29) Press
 • Bristol Eastern student places fifth in world horseshoe throwing competition  (18) Press
 • Where to see the best fall foliage this week in Bristol  (10) TBE
 • Bristol Vietnam veterans are being invited to the Mum Festival Hometown Hero Presentation  (9) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (4) Press
 • City to recognize Constitution Week  (3) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol  (2) TBE
 • Bristol Senior Center hosts Informational Health Fair  (2) Press
 • Bristol Eastern volleyball edges Farmington in thrilling 4 set victory  (1) TBE
 • Fund for blind, visually impaired students awards first scholarship  (1) Press

• thursday, september 15, 2022
 • Bristol man sentenced to prison for sexual assault reported during home invasion  (42) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (31) Press
 • Immanuel Lutheran Church is bringing its annual German Festival back Friday   (15) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • Bristol Senior Center will hold its annual Informational Health Fair Thursday   (6) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol  (6) TBE
 • Wojtusik Nursery & Garden Center is offering fall activities  (4) Press
 • New England Carousel Museum will be participating in Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day  (3) Press
 • Stand Down will offer a 'one stop shop' for a variety of federal, state, local veterans' services   (2) Press
 • Plainville football looking to dent Bloomfield's armor Thursday night  (2) Press
 • Farmer Minor and Daisy the Pig promote reading at Manross Memorial Library  (2) Press
 • BE boys soccer falls to Berlin on Tuesday, dropping a 4-1 decision on the road from Sage Park  (2) TBE
 • BE girls soccer refuses to yield against Berlin, scooping up a huge 0-0 stalemate on Tuesday  (1) TBE

• wednesday, september 14, 2022
 • Young suspect arrested for breaking into Bristol girl’s bedroom  (53) WFSB
 • Shooters in multiple cars chased each other in Bristol, firing at one another  (45) Press
 • Ordinance Committee to discuss cannabis sales at Thursday meeting  (38) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (26) Press
 • Police release details of Monday night car chase  (25) TBE
 • BRISTOL BITS: Carol Denehy tells a story  (21) Press
 • Bristol police arrest suspect who broke into home, entered girl's bedroom  (13) Press
 • Bristol, Plymouth police chiefs join former Bristol deputy chief in receiving 'Distinguished Chiefs' recognition  (12) Press
 • Plymouth's block party is coming back   (7) Press
 • Bristol Public Library announces full lineup of musical performances  (5) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern volleyball defeats E.O. Smith in 4 set match, run record to 2-0  (1) TBE
 • Good Vibes Gifts & Flowers organizing book swap   (1) Press
 • Bulldog Cheerleaders hoping for another successful season  (1) TBE
 • 7th grade Bristol Bulldogs win first home game of 2022 season  (0) TBE
 • Bristol Mayor's Task Force on HIV, AIDS and HCV to hold annual Candlelight Vigil  (0) Press

• tuesday, september 13, 2022
 • Bristol Police investigate multiple shots fired incidents  (64) WFSB
 • TBE bulletin  (26) TBE
 • Bristol police looking to pursue charges against suspect who broke into home, entered girl's bedroom  (41) Press
 • Farmer Minor visiting Bristol for the last time   (37) Press
 • Bristol police looking for help identifying hit-and-run driver  (28) Press
 • Man shot in Plainville; suspect on the loose  (25) Press
 • Bakery on Maple provided hot meals, check donation for Brian's Angels  (20) Press
 • Bristol police still investigating bomb threat at BEHS  (16) Press
 • Terryville man accused of driving under the influence when he left scene of Waterbury crash  (13) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (13) Press
 • Tuesday City council agenda includes Sessions Property and ARP funding allocation  (10) TBE
 • Bristol-area sports teams head into second week of action; Central home to Glastonbury in volleyball  (3) Press
 • Bristol Central football needs to limit turnovers, defensive lapses heading into Week 2  (2) Press

• monday, september 12, 2022
 • Polish food, tag sale highlight Dozynki at St. Stan's  (15) Press
 • Commemorations, some happenings in the neighborhood, a public hearing  (10) TBE
 • Events calendar  (4) TBE
 • Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern boys and girls cross country teams hit the course for the first time at the Stratton Brook Invite on Saturday  (4) TBE
 • BE football foiled in end by RHAM as 23 straight points lead Lancers to heartbreaking loss  (3) TBE
 • City Calendar, Sept. 12-18  (2) TBE

• sunday, september 11, 2022
 • Male suspect breaks into Bristol girl’s bedroom  (62) Press
 • Man attempts to start a ride-share business to drive Bristol students to school- Police intervene  (27) TBE
 • Dozens camp across Muzzy Field for second year  (17) Press
 • Rams drop opening contest against Manchester  (4) TBE
 • Main Street Community Foundation Celebrates Musical Grant Recipients  (4) TBE
 • St. Paul falls to Seymour behind Drezek's six touchdown performance  (3) Press
 • Bristol NAACP Annual Freedom Fund Banquet to be held on October 28  (3) TBE

• saturday, september 10, 2022
 • Former Bristol resident becomes one-star general  (54) Press
 • Local author earns 5-star review  (26) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Remembering a local hero  (19) Press
 • New fitness, wellness space comes to Bristol   (16) Press
 • St. Stanislaus' annual Dozynki Festival begins Saturday  (13) Press
 • Silver Alert issued for Plainville teen for third time in a week  (9) Press
 • Bristol Eastern football blows 20-point lead, falls to RHAM in opener  (8) Press
 • Spotty fall colors likely in New England amid drought  (7) Press
 • Bristol Future Champions Gymnastics return from Tennessee as national champions  (7) Press
 • Miss Chrysanthemum Pageant set to return  (6) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys soccer focused on state tournament berth, beating Central  (5) Press
 • Bristol Central football can't overcome costly miscues in opening loss to Manchester  (5) Press
 • Bits and pieces  (4) TBE
 • Bristol Central volleyball falls to RHAM in season opener  (4) Press
 • BE boys soccer opens the season with outstanding 2-1 victory over Lewis Mills in CCC South showdown on Thursday  (4) TBE
 • Bristol Rotary Club celebrates 95 years of 'service above self'   (4) Press
 • 'Bristol/ Forestville Recycled, Then and Now' program coming to Historical Society   (3) Press
 • Experience will be driving force behind Bristol Central volleyball season   (3) Press
 • Bristol Central’s football team looking to make a statement in 2022  (3) TBE
 • ROUNDUP: Bristol Eastern boys soccer tops Lewis Mills to open season  (3) Press
 • Lewis Mills girls soccer spins Bristol Eastern on Thursday, scooping up a 5-0 win in Burlington  (3) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern volleyball wins first game of season  (2) Press
 • The Bristol Eastern football teams hopes to build upon a solid 2021 campaign as the season is underway for the Lancers  (2) TBE
 • Week 1 football previews sees Bristol teams at home for CCC battles against Manchester and RHAM  (2) TBE
 • A look back on the Rams’, Lancers’ 2021-22 football seasons  (2) TBE

• friday, september 09, 2022
 • Anonymous donation made in former mayor's name  (41) Press
 • Bristol man pleads not guilty to sexually assaulting minor  (35) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (27) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (14) Press
 • Terryville Fish & Game Club's major fundraiser set  (7) Press
 • Bristol Central football opens with Manchester at home Friday night  (6) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol!  (6) TBE
 • President of the Astronomical Society of Greater Hartford coming to Manross Library  (5) Press
 • Kiss-A-Pig will return this year  (5) Press
 • Queen Elizabeth II, UK's longest-serving monarch, dead at 96  (4) Press
 • Forest fire danger level in area as low as it has been all summer  (3) Press

• thursday, september 08, 2022
 • Bristol Bus Stop Incident an Apparent Misunderstanding: Police  (37) NBC30
 • BRISTOL BITS: Getting information on an old diner  (41) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (23) Press
 • Laprise named new city parks maintainer  (22) Press
 • Ordinance Committee votes to ban recreational cannabis sales, City Council to review  (18) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (11) Press
 • Ordinance Committee of City Council votes to recommend a ban on recreational marijuana dispensaries in Bristol  (11) TBE
 • Man asked students at bus stop in Bristol if they were interested in ride to school: police  (8) Press
 • Sen. Chris Murphy meets with Bristol Democratic candidates  (6) TBE
 • Good morning, Bristol!  (4) TBE
 • BEHS girls soccer looking forward to the 2022 campaign despite depleted numbers  (3) TBE

• wednesday, september 07, 2022
 • Plainville man listed in critical condition following motorcycle crash in Southington over holiday weekend  (40) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (29) Press
 • St. Vincent DePaul Mission is getting help from the Bristol Republican Town Committee  (11) Press
 • New Britain man, convicted in Bristol stabbing, admits to violating probation  (9) Press
 • Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce's 2022 Business Expo is back  (7) Press
 • 'Hard work beats talent' is the motto for Bristol Eastern girls soccer heading into new year  (5) Press
 • Bristol Eastern football focusing on finishing down stretch as they prepare for season opener  (4) Press
 • TULLY: Thoughts on Labor Day, medicaid and asset protection  (4) Press
 • Queen Ann Nzinga Center hosting Hispanic Heritage Month celebration  (1) Press
 • Main Street Community Foundation gives music students more than $1,000 in scholarships  (0) Press

• tuesday, september 06, 2022
 • Local parks draw visitors on Labor Day  (14) Press
 • City Calendar, Sept. 5-11  (11) TBE

• monday, september 05, 2022
 • Car accident closes Mine Road  (47) TBE
 • Local Cub Scouts are selling popcorn to fund camping trips and more  (13) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol  (8) TBE

• sunday, september 04, 2022
 • Bristol opens new magnet school with about 400 students interested in the arts or engineering   (27) Courant
 • Trash to Treasure brings gently used furniture, items to area residents  (21) Press
 • The third leading rusher in Bristol scholastic football history is…  (18) TBE
 • Scholastic sports in the Mum City to begin this Thursday  (5) TBE
 • Webber making the most of her time for the NCAA D-I women’s volleyball program at Merrimack College  (4) TBE

• saturday, september 03, 2022
 • Bristol Public Schools Board of Education Republicans against recreational cannabis sales in city  (65) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Taking a looks at Bob Freimuth  (22) Press
 • Man charged with speeding through construction zone in Plainville, nearly striking officer pleads guilty to unrelated charges  (21) Press
 • Bristol man pleads not guilty to failing to appear again on case stemming from Plainville overdose that nearly turned fatal  (20) Press
 • CAGGIANO: New school year, new sneakers, and a new community theater  (9) Press
 • Soto, heading to the BSHOF this year, was in a class all his own for the football program at BEHS during the second half of the 1990s  (8) TBE
 • Edgewood School students march in a parade, celebrate first week of school  (7) Press
 • Getting ready for scholastic football with a special look at Bristol’s best ever scholastic player  (3) TBE
 • HEALTHY LIVING: What you need to know about herniated discs, treatment options  (0) Press

• friday, september 02, 2022
 • Hamden woman charged for her role in violent Plainville shoplifting  (32) Press
 • Utility work expected to cause road closures, detours in Plymouth through Monday  (15) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (14) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (12) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol!  (11) TBE
 • Author will discuss interesting, little known facts about Connecticut  (10) Press
 • St. Paul aiming to be the best football team in town   (9) Press
 • Prospect United Methodist Church holding benefit concert  (7) Press
 • Nominations for 'Emerging Leaders' being taken  (7) Press
 • Okee visits the Bristol Adult Resource Center  (6) TBE
 • Mindset changes as St. Paul boys soccer continues to build winning culture  (4) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (3) Press
 • FRIDAY FICKS: The dash between the years  (1) Press

• thursday, september 01, 2022
 • Southington police ID man killed in crash  (45) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (37) Press
 • Bristol boy who went missing after not showing up to school has been found  (31) Press
 • City of Bristol is giving away free furniture this Saturday   (23) Press
 • Mayor Jeff Caggiano announces start of roadwork on Riverside Avenue, Memorial Boulevard  (21) Press
 • Support for recreational pot dispensaries takes hit  (16) TBE
 • Annual Apple Harvest Festival set for 53rd year  (12) Press
 • Paving to start the next three weeks on Memorial Boulevard and Riverside Avenue  (12) TBE
 • Southington police blotter  (7) Press
 • Bristol Eastern volleyball gears up for another year as most of last year's team returns  (3) Press
 • CMHA's IMPACT program to combat opioid epidemic recognized by UConn Health  (3) Press


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 • Bristol teen reported missing after not showing up to school, believed to possibly be at 'random hotel' in Southington with father  (36) Press
 • After over 40 years, CT Bike & Skate to close doors  (31) Press
 • Bristol Central senior starts healthy tea and protein shake business   (18) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Looking at monarch butterflies   (15) Press
 • Arrest warrants released shed light on Plymouth school officials' seeming unwillingness to contact DCF about sexual abuse allegations involving then-t  (15) Press
 • Bristol opens new magnet school with about 400 students interested in the arts or engineering  (7) Courant
 • Public hearing on Bristol recreational cannabis sales set for Sept. 6  (6) Press
 • Bristol CERT holding blood drive in honor of city resident  (5) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol  (5) TBE
 • Nationally-recognized expert will speak on managing challenging times at Plainville Library  (1) Press

• tuesday, august 30, 2022
 • Trash-To-Treasure event at Farmers Market on Saturday  (25) TBE
 • Man charged in Waterbury shooting that injured child now facing charges in Bristol robbery  (25) Press
 • Pedestrian killed in car crash in Southington  (14) Press
 • Bristol Central football looks to replace Player of the Year by committee   (11) Press
 • Silk City Steampunk brings a ‘Victorian Summer Fantasy’ to Federal Hill  (8) TBE
 • Bits and pieces  (8) TBE
 • Southington police blotter  (5) Press
 • Plainville prepares for new school year  (2) Press

• monday, august 29, 2022
 • Thousands turn out for Terryville Lions 74th Country Fair  (26) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (11) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol!  (10) TBE
 • Several Bristol Greeners were among the league leaders in several statistical categories  (6) TBE
 • Mays had an eventful first season as coach for the Bristol Greeners of the GHTBL  (3) TBE
 • Students return to school on fire trucks  (3) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (2) Press
 • Veterans helped lead Post 2 to another quality season in American Legion baseball play  (2) TBE

• sunday, august 28, 2022
 • Lake Compounce hiring more than 100 people to bring Halloween horrors to life in Phantom Fall Fest  (18) Courant
 • Farmers Market draws huge crowd on Saturday  (13) TBE
 • Steampunk enthusiasts introduce "science fiction of Victorian period" to Federal Hill  (9) Press

• saturday, august 27, 2022
 • Bristol man to serve four years in prison in Plainville fatal drug overdose case  (31) Press
 • $2 million lottery ticket was purchased at a local Citgo, remains unclaimed  (31) Press
 • Illinois woman sentenced in car theft scheme that hit Bristol, other towns  (18) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (11) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Aurora  (10) Press
 • Mayor's Back-to-School Pencil Hunt kicks off school season  (6) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (5) Press
 • Bristol Central boys soccer depending on younger players to make big contributions this season  (5) Press
 • Bristol Hospital to be awarded $1.2 million in FEMA funds to help offset covid costs  (2) Press

• friday, august 26, 2022
 • Bristol police ID man killed in weekend crash as New Britain resident  (50) Press
 • Brian's Angels Homeless Outreach is finding itself in a tough spot  (35) Press
 • Third person accused of failing to report alleged sexual abuse committed by Plymouth elementary school teacher  (32) Press
 • Bristol Democratic Town Committee holds monthly meeting in out-of-the-way location  (18) TBE
 • Good morning, Bristol  (17) TBE
 • Countryside Manor accommodates residents   (15) Press
 • Bristol gym to host professional MMA tournament on Saturday   (14) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (12) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (10) Press
 • Kickball tournament coming to Muzzy Field   (6) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol! 8/26  (5) TBE
 • Senator Blumenthal visits MOVIA Robotics   (4) Press
 • Bristol Arts and Innovation Magnet School Celebrates Upcoming Opening  (3) TBE
 • Petit Family Foundation awards $30K signature grant to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Connecticut  (2) Press
 • Community pride might begin with playing fields but doesn’t end there  (1) TBE
 • 2022 Summer Youth Athletic Program finished its last tournament games   (1) Press

• thursday, august 25, 2022
 • Bristol police blotter  (42) Press
 • Something new for Bristol–A Victorian picnic on Federal Hill Green featuring Steampunk culture  (22) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (19) Press
 • City honors Alloy Welding for 85 years, three generations in business  (13) Press
 • Cousins Oil celebrates 35 years  (11) Press
 • Ready to Start: Bristol Public Schools faculty looking forward to new academic season  (6) Press
 • Nova Dance Crew seeks to share its love of K-Pop   (6) Press
 • Plainville Community Food Pantry is taking sign-ups for golfers, sponsors for Tournament  (1) Press

• wednesday, august 24, 2022
 • Bristol man accused of stealing about $15K worth of jewelry from family member  (61) Press
 • Road repaving schedule is posted for the fall  (46) TBE
 • BRISTOL BITS: Looking at WBIS  (25) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (22) Press
 • Bristol Arts and Innovation Magnet School, Rockwell Community Theater will open Monday  (11) Press
 • Reopening of Tomlinson Ave bridge in Plainville, closed since April 11, has been delayed  (8) Press
 • Bristol crowns 2022 Pony League baseball champions  (6) TBE
 • Local youth meets new ECAD service dog  (5) Press
 • Animal Rescue Foundation, Inc. is holding an 'Open House Pawty'   (5) Press
 • Bits and Pieces  (5) TBE
 • Plainville PAWS, Plainville Animal Control will hold pet supply tag sale   (3) Press
 • American Clock & Watch Museum announces Mad Hatter’s Tea Party for Aug. 27  (2) TBE
 • Good morning, Bristol!  (2) TBE
 • Bristol Arts and Innovation Magnet School boasts classical beauty with modern amenities  (2) TBE

• tuesday, august 23, 2022
 • Weekend motorcycle crash in Bristol kills 57-year-old  (54) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (45) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Looking at 'The Boulevard Three'  (37) Press
 • Family campout being held at Muzzy Field  (23) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (16) Press
 • Time for lunch on a hot Federal Hill day  (15) TBE
 • Hometown Heroes Breakfast set to feed area veterans, remember those who served  (15) Press
 • Recognizing warning signs of heart disease in women  (12) Press
 • Mayor Jeff Caggiano has provided an update on American Rescue Plan Act   (11) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Getting to know Elizabeth 'Lizzie' M. Sikes  (8) Press
 • TULLY: An investment guide for your age  (8) Press
 • Pooch Plunge returns to Bristol  (5) Press
 • Summer Festival Returns to Rockwell Park  (2) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (2) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (1) Press

• monday, august 22, 2022
 • Godbout steps down as girls soccer coach at Bristol Central; Malick in  (28) TBE
 • Work needed on Bristol Eastern’s baseball field as coach to enter BSHOF  (23) TBE
 • Congrats to the West End Association for another successful Rockwell Park Festival  (12) TBE

• sunday, august 21, 2022
 • Rockwell Park Summer Festival pulls record exhibitor booth numbers  (22) Press
 • Connecticut’s tax-free week starts Aug. 21, just in time for back-to-school shopping  (10) Courant

• saturday, august 20, 2022
 • Bristol Public Schools Board of Education is preparing for new school year   (59) Press
 • Plainville man killed in motorcycle crash  (39) Press
 • Bristol man sentenced to prison for sexually assaulting helpless victim  (38) Press
 • Former Rise and Dine has reemerged as Bites and Brew  (34) Press
 • Bristol man accused of conspiring to murder man in New Britain has not verified address with sex offender registry since 2017  (21) Press
 • Bristol Board of Police Commissioners recognized service that went above and beyond  (13) Press
 • Donations will be used to honor Hometown Heroes  (7) Press
 • Plainville's new town manager officially sworn in  (6) Press
 • Grizzlies win Pony League Championship   (6) Press
 • Mayor's Back to School Pencil Hunt returns   (5) Press
 • Pooch Plunge will close out the season at Rockwell Park Pool  (5) Press
 • Library Coffee House features Big Deal Rock  (4) TBE

• friday, august 19, 2022
 • Boy from Bristol has been missing since Tuesday, police say  (43) Press
 • Bristol woman accused of illegally discharging gun, shooting self  (56) Press
 • Man convicted of taking drugs with runaways from Plainville admits to violating probation  (19) Press
 • Bristol police continues to look for quality canine officers  (16) Press
 • Miss Bristol gives back to her community, promotes mental health through ‘Wings for Wellness’  (14) TBE
 • Bristol Arts and Innovation Magnet School holding tours, presentation   (10) Press
 • Residents have been helping to keep Plainville Community Food Pantry stocked  (6) Press

• thursday, august 18, 2022
 • Manchester woman sentenced for embezzling money from Bristol business  (48) Press
 • Bristol man accused of slitting girlfriend's throat, killing her, going to trial   (42) Press
 • Bristol police report two arrests in connection with street takeover in June  (24) Press
 • Local woman makes life saving donation  (19) Press
 • ‘Minerva domum venit,’ Minerva has come home  (14) TBE
 • Bristol Animal Shelter is taking part in the 2022 Clear the Shelters initiative  (8) Press
 • State leaders draw parallels between human and animal abuse during visit to Humane Society Wednesday  (2) Press

• wednesday, august 17, 2022
 • Bristol's Minerva returns home  (32) Press
 • Man who admitted to robberies in Bristol, Southington sentenced to prison for carjacking in which remains belonging to victim's son were never recover  (30) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bristol Sports Hall of Fame pick class of 2022  (21) Press
 • World War II veteran to be honored  (14) Press
 • Bits and Pieces  (13) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (10) Press
 • Wheeler Health chooses construction management firm for Centre Square Project   (10) TBE
 • American Legion Post 209 is seeking public support for restoration work at Quinlan Park   (9) Press
 • Bristol Historical Society's annual holiday ornament is back  (5) Press
 • Hartford man charged in Plainville bank robbery to have case prosecuted in higher court  (4) Press
 • Shepard Meadows Equestrian Center, Inc. will hold its annual Farmyard Party   (3) Press
 • United Way of West Central Connecticut opens registration for their annual golf tournament  (2) Press

• tuesday, august 16, 2022
 • Should you sign a nursing home admission agreement?  (19) Press
 • St. Joseph Polish Society revving up for 16th annual Mel's Run   (7) Press
 • Hartford County now at 'very high' risk for first fires  (7) Press
 • Meet Okee, Connecticut’s First Fire Peer Support Dog  (6) TBE

• monday, august 15, 2022
 • Where have all the local movie theaters gone?!?  (27) TBE
 • Bleachers hosts car show for autism awareness  (16) Press
 • Crocodile Club gathering draws over 200, plenty of laughs from Reiss  (12) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (12) Press
 • Plymouth police say man used storefront to host illegal poker games  (11) Press
 • American Legion Post 2 donating items left at Traveling Vietnam Wall That Heals  (8) Press
 • Northeastern farmers face new challenges with severe drought  (4) Press
 • A Summer Day at Rockwell Park  (4) TBE
 • Knowing the signs of heat related illness is critical as scholastic sports begin to kick back up again  (2) TBE
 • Local wrestling clinics in Bristol to be held into the fall months  (2) TBE

• sunday, august 14, 2022
 • Babe Ruth home run ball found in Pequabuck River  (53) TBE
 • Here’s why those Connecticut essential worker bonuses could be reduced  (19) Courant
 • Lake Compounce prepares for scream season  (4) Press

• saturday, august 13, 2022
 • BRISTOL BITS: Looking at two baseball players  (22) Press
 • New trolley link connecting Bristol to Hartford via Plainville debuts in 1897  (16) TBE
 • Two Hartford residents charged in Plainville bank robbery with threat of violence  (14) Press
 • Crocodile Club returns with many laughs  (12) Press
 • Four charter ballot issues to face voter approval in November  (9) Press

• friday, august 12, 2022
 • Bristol police blotter  (34) Press
 • Former Bristol resident promoted to an active duty Lieutenant Commander Judge Advocate General  (29) Press
 • Plainville teen goes missing  (27) Press
 • Bristol woman sentenced for acting as 'straw purchaser' for firearms  (24) Press
 • Plainville police looking to ID theft suspect  (17) Press
 • Avril's Boutique and DK Movement celebrate grand opening with ribbon cutting  (10) Press
 • City Council rejects proposal to have expanded Council on November’s ballot  (9) TBE
 • Bristol man accused of fatally stabbing wife now charged with having makeshift knife in prison  (8) Press
 • Bristol police encouraging dog adoption in light of fake social media post that prompted numerous inquiries  (6) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Skitch  (2) Press

• thursday, august 11, 2022
 • Police looking for man accused of trading gun for drugs in Bristol  (32) Press
 • Bell City Barber Shop celebrates grand opening   (22) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Looking at one of the Builders of Bristol  (20) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (17) Press
 • Bristol man, charged in shooting, pleads not guilty to pistol-whipping woman  (17) Press
 • Wednesday Little League regionals update  (9) TBE
 • Bristol Farmers Market observes National Farmers Market Week  (7) Press
 • Seniors from around Connecticut come together to play cornhole   (6) Press
 • Okee, Connecticut's first peer support fire canine, receives donation from new canine-supporting nonprofit  (4) Press
 • City Council to consider final Charter Revision Commission report at its meeting this evening  (1) TBE
 • New president and CPO takes over at the United Way of West Central Connecticut  (1) Press
 • Massachusetts advances to rematch with Maine for New England Regional championship  (1) Press
 • Delaware advances to Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship after beating Pennsylvania  (0) Press

• wednesday, august 10, 2022
 • Bristol police ID shooting victim  (52) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: McDonald's employee retires after 41 years  (43) Press
 • Meriden man spat at police, hospital workers in Bristol, threw show at one of them  (28) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (26) Press
 • Manafort Brothers Inc. continues long legacy  (13) Press
 • Bristol residents come out to vote  (12) Press
 • New York advances to Metro Region Championship after beating Fairfield American in five-hour marathon  (6) Press
 • Fairfield American to face Toms River East in Metro Region semifinals Wednesday night  (5) Press
 • An expanded City Council is a good idea  (5) TBE
 • Maine defeats Massachusetts to advance to New England Regional championship game  (1) Press
 • Washington D.C. storms past Maryland, advances to Mid-Atlantic semifinals  (0) Press

• tuesday, august 09, 2022
 • Primaries for local House, state offices and U.S. Senate set this Tuesday  (18) TBE
 • Bits and Pieces  (12) TBE
 • Greeners fall in Play-In Game of the Greater Hartford Twilight Baseball League Tournament in Wallingford on Sunday  (9) TBE

• monday, august 08, 2022
 • Car show to benefit Autism Speaks set for next weekend  (19) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (10) Press
 • Southington man killed in East Haven shooting   (9) Press
 • Managing the heat, a community conversation, and looking ahead to primaries on Tuesday  (6) TBE
 • Blues swept by Martha’s Vineyard in postseason action to end outstanding year of NECBL play  (5) TBE
 • Simms pitches New Hampshire into New England semifinals after beating Vermont  (4) Press
 • Delaware gets wild victory over Maryland in Mid-Atlantic Tournament  (2) Press
 • Pennsylvania rolls to win over Washington DC in Mid-Atlantic opener  (2) Press
 • New Britain man charged with home invasion in motel robbery in Southington  (2) Press
 • Little League Eastern Regional playoff games this week  (1) TBE
 • Extreme hot weather protocol in effect until Tuesday 8 a.m.  (1) TBE
 • Toms River East guts out 3-2 win to eliminate Rhode Island  (1) Press

• sunday, august 07, 2022
 • Wheeler looks to secure construction manager for headquarters project  (16) Press
 • Fairfield storms back to beat Rhode Island in Metro Regional Tournament  (13) Press
 • Massachusetts tops New Hampshire in pitcher's duel in New England Regional  (6) Press
 • Maine's combined no-hitter over Vermont pushes it along to New England semifinals  (5) Press
 • Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern football teams have loaded slates to contend with in 2022  (5) TBE
 • New York beats New Jersey in extra innings in first Metro Regional Tournament game  (4) Press
 • The Bristol Greeners begin its GHTBL 2022 postseason with Play-In Game against Wallingford on Sunday  (3) TBE
 • The Bristol Greeners begin its GHTBL 2022 postseason with Play-In Game against Wallingford on Sunday  (2) TBE
 • Plymouth Town Hall to open cooling center Monday, Tuesday  (2) Press

• saturday, august 06, 2022
 • Bristol Economic and Community Development Board of Commissioners weighs in on cannabis issue  (48) Press
 • Essential Connecticut workers can apply for $1,000 'hero' pay  (39) Press
 • Residents, businesses, officials have many questions, opinions about potential sale of recreational cannabis in Bristol  (17) Press
 • Bristol man who applied for program on charges he left stolen gun in vehicle now appears headed for trial  (12) Press
 • Free steampunk event coming to Federal Hill Green in Bristol this month  (12) Press
 • FRIDAY FICKS: Of waterfalls, wellness and anvils  (11) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (11) Press
 • Charter Revision Commission rejects city council request to remove proposal for expanded council with minority representation; Issue returns to counci  (6) TBE
 • Main Street Community Foundation now accepting grants for trio of funds  (2) Press

• friday, august 05, 2022
 • Man fatally shot in Bristol; police say incident appears isolated  (47) Press
 • Terryville man charged with DUI after hitting CT Transit Bus in Bristol, crashing head-on with another car with teen in vehicle  (44) Press
 • Long-awaited opening of Bristol Arts and Innovation Magnet School is almost here; here's how to take a tour  (20) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bristol resident looks back on Camp Wangum  (18) Press
 • AUGUST MADNESS: Bristol to host three Eastern Regional tournaments starting Saturday  (13) Press
 • Rockwell Park Summer Festival returning after two-year hiatus with record number of vendors, fun activities for entire family  (9) Press
 • Music on the Farm returned to Bristol for second straight year after pandemic forced cancellation  (9) Press
 • Bristol holds Community Conversation event to provide safe space for residents to share viewpoints  (6) Press
 • The 3rd Annual Community Conversation raises a variety of issues on a hot day  (2) TBE
 • 'Wine Women & Watches' returns as an in-person fundraising event  (2) Press
 • Blues fall 10-3 in Game 1 of NECBL semifinals after long rain delay  (1) Press
 • Community Conversation in pictures  (1) TBE

• thursday, august 04, 2022
 • Woman wanted by Bristol police arrested during drug raid in Torrington  (59) Press
 • Fate of retail sales and recreational cannabis use in Bristol remains cloudy  (32) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (29) Press
 • Library hosting presentation on Flood of 1955, which caused extensive damage in Bristol  (22) Press
 • Bristol city council authorizes mayor to take part in 'Moving to Work' program to help tenants build credit  (19) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (16) Press
 • Bristol Sports Hall of Fame announces 2022 Inductees  (12) TBE
 • Community 'fun-raiser' happening at Hidden Valley Miniature Golf  (11) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (10) Press
 • American Clock & Watch Museum bringing back 'Mad Hatter Tea Party'  (8) Press
 • Summer Reading program at Manross Library wraps up with concert  (7) Press
 • Blues fall in series opener against Marthas Vineyard on Tuesday in first game of NECBL semifinal round play from Muzzy Field  (7) TBE
 • Bristol Eliminating Substance Use Together bringing community together for celebration event  (6) Press
 • Bristol's Parent & Child Program helps combat baby formula shortage  (6) Press

• wednesday, august 03, 2022
 • CAGGIANO: Making room for new development  (41) Press
 • Republicans Abrams, Hoxha vying for 78th House District state rep seat  (16) Press
 • Local activists form group to fight racism, will meet Thursday, Aug. 4  (10) TBE
 • Charter Revision Commission meets to finalize report before resubmitting it to city council  (8) TBE
 • Bristol Blues begin quest for NECBL championship  (7) Press
 • The New England Carousel Museum celebrates Harry Potter’s birthday  (7) TBE

• tuesday, august 02, 2022
 • Bits and Pieces  (15) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (14) Press
 • The NECBL playoffs are set and the Bristol Blues are front and center  (7) TBE
 • Indian Rock Nature Preserve provides idyllic summer Sunday with ‘Music on the Farm’  (5) TBE
 • Pitching the Blues to the West Division Title included a plethora of talented arms  (5) TBE
 • Bristol city councilors reject option to potentially allow for minority party representation  (5) Press
 • Bristol issues extreme heat advisory  (4) Press
 • Bomb threat at Lake Compounce found to be 'non-credible,' police say  (4) Press
 • Plymouth opening cooling centers due to heat wave  (4) Press
 • Small Angels Ministry diaper and formula distribution event  (4) Press
 • Blues tie for best record in NECBL, begin playoffs Tuesday at Muzzy Field  (4) Press
 • CCSU football heading into first day of training camp Thursday with new mindset  (4) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (4) Press
 • Another heat wave forecasted this week with potentially record-breaking heat index Thursday  (3) Press

• monday, august 01, 2022
 • Centre Square Village, bringing retail, apartments along North Main Street in Bristol, set to break ground next spring  (28) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (14) Press
 • Travel takes a couple of the kids to far-flung places; considering the role of social media  (12) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (9) Press
 • The Bristol Blues end the 2022 regular season with a come from behind 3-1 victory in Danbury on Saturday evening  (8) TBE
 • Bristol American Legion Baseball Notebook: The pitch count rules needs a bit of tweaking for the 2023 summer campaign  (5) TBE
 • Myers, Harry and Tenney lead the offensive charge for the Bristol Blues in 2022  (5) TBE
 • Bristol group collecting backpacks to aid local students  (4) Press
 • Plainville Community Pharmacy says it's important to be up to date on vaccines  (3) Press
 • Final week of the regular season saw the Blues rack up multiple wins as the postseason looms  (2) TBE


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