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news from sunday, may 01 2022 to tuesday, may 31 2022

• saturday, may 21, 2022
 • Bristol man arrested in Southington for trying to have sex with minor gets 13 years in prison  (29) Press
 • Bristol man who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting minor receives probation  (19) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Hearing from Bob Sulliman  (13) Press
 • St. Vincent looking to create homeless triage center  (6) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Dewie  (5) Press
 • Bristol American Legion Baseball tryouts commence on Saturday, May 28 from BEHS  (5) TBE
 • Men & Boys Fund is celebrating their 5-year anniversary   (3) Press
 • Rockwell Park and Stocks playground splash pads will be open this weekend  (2) TBE
 • Abrams intends to primary for 78th district state representative seat  (2) Press
 • CCSU, Stop & Shop take their partnership in supporting food insecurity a step further  (1) Press
 • 31st State Senate District unanimously endorses former Councilman Greg Hahn   (1) Press
 • Bristol, Plymouth Republicans unanimously voted to endorse Joe Hoxha  (0) Press
 • Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern softball, Part II, is on tap Friday at 3:45 p.m.  (0) TBE

• friday, may 20, 2022
 • Dusty Dude Woodworks celebrated the opening of its showroom, gift shop   (74) Press
 • Manchester woman pleads guilty to embezzling thousands from Bristol business  (40) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball rides 11 hits and a two-hitter from Ben D’Amato over a 14-0 thrashing against Hartford Public/HMTCA on the road on Wednesday  (24) TBE
 • Rockwell Park will be upgrading fitness equipment  (17) TBE
 • Bristol Public Library unveils new display  (15) Press
 • Plymouth American Legion officer's family lost everything in a house fire, Post 209 is stepping up to help  (10) Press
 • Governor Lamont announces families can apply for the 2022 Connecticut Child Tax Rebate beginning June 1  (6) TBE
 • Bristol Sports Hall of Fame hosting ’60’s Sports Reunion on Wednesday, June 1  (6) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (5) Press
 • Bristol Hospital cancer patients have been receiving donated quilts   (3) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (2) Press
 • Bristol boys lacrosse squad is playoff bound in 2022, defeating Edwin O. Smith on Tuesday as the program is firing on all cylinders  (2) TBE
 • In a city series attraction, Bristol Central girls track & field nab 100 points in victory over Bristol Eastern  (2) TBE
 • BCHS boys track & field tally up a 101-49 victory over rival BE on Thursday  (1) TBE
 • Plymouth will have another covid-19 test kit, mask distribution   (1) Press
 • Plainville, Greater New Britain Chamber of Commerce welcome The Family Dojo  (1) Press

• thursday, may 19, 2022
 • A 27-year-old man was seriously injured in a motorcycle crash in Bristol  (61) Press
 • Bristol man sentenced to prison for having child porn  (44) Press
 • Redstone Hill Road residents share concerns about a special permit application  (40) Press
 • Two teens go missing from Bristol  (40) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (29) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Was that you, Bob McHugh? Why yes, it was  (21) Press
 • Recognizing the warning signs of a brain tumor  (13) Press
 • Plainville educator announces that he will run as the Republican candidate for the 22nd House District  (9) Press
 • Bristol Sports Hall of Fame is hosting a 1960s Sports Reunion   (8) Press
 • Bristol Chorale will present 'Broadway in Bristol'  (7) Press
 • Bristol passes budget with no increase in mill rate  (6) Press
 • The Bristol Knights of the CTL take the field at Muzzy Field for the first time this season in an exciting doubleheader tonight  (4) TBE

• wednesday, may 18, 2022
 • City Council and Board of Finance adopt city budget for fiscal year 2022-2023  (64) TBE
 • Bristol man charged in two home burglaries  (38) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (30) Press
 • Peacedale St. to be closed on Thursday from Hart St. to Burlington Ave.  (26) TBE
 • Final Route 229 Corridor Study meeting to be held on Thursday, May 26, at Bristol Public Library, 5:30- 7:30  (21) TBE
 • Buck, Aikman excited about 'starting over' with ESPN  (14) Press
 • Seven recognized for exemplary service in 35th BPS Staff Achievement Awards  (14) Press
 • Connecticut Association of Schools recognize Ellen P. Hubbell School, Greene-Hills School  (10) Press
 • Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble to wrap up season with patriotic concert  (8) Press
 • Bristol Public Library will debut new augmented reality puzzle solving game  (8) Press
 • American Legion Post 209 Commander congratulates winners of Fishing Derby  (7) Press
 • Barnes Nature Center is opening for the season   (7) Press
 • Bristol Eastern softball on a five-game winning streak as the Kingstreeters defeated Lewis Mills on Monday afternoon  (6) TBE
 • GOP 22nd District candidate will announce run at Sen. Henri Martin campaign fundraiser Thursday  (5) Press
 • Movia Robotics continues to serve schools, clinics, families   (4) Press
 • Scholarship available to students classified as legally blind or visually impaired  (4) TBE
 • Plainville High School students honored at Arts Award Banquet  (3) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls tennis drops tough 4-3 decision at Plainville on Monday  (2) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern baseball absorbs tough 10-5 loss to East Harford on Tuesday afternoon at Muzzy Field  (0) TBE
 • BE girls tennis falls to RHAM on Tuesday by a 5-2 final  (0) TBE
 • It’s game time: Bristol Central softball travels to Southington on Wednesday afternoon for a major league bout  (0) TBE

• tuesday, may 17, 2022
 • Bristol police blotter  (37) Press
 • Bristol man who stole firearm during burglary sentenced to three years in prison  (29) Press
 • On Monday evening, another ask–because we need to  (19) TBE
 • Trial for man accused of nearly hitting police officer in Plainville could start in June  (11) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (10) Press
 • The Bristol Mustangs already snaring victories as the 2022 season commences  (9) TBE
 • Bristol Central Boys Basketball share their success story  (8) Press
 • American Legion Post 2, Bristol Public Library working together on new display  (7) Press
 • Terryville Public Library will be holding its semi-annual book sale this Saturday   (6) Press
 • Bristol Historical Society announces two programs  (5) Press
 • Main Street Community Foundation is offering a new scholarship  (5) Press
 • Plainville Community Schools select five teachers to honor  (3) Press
 • BC Baseball showing all the signs of a quality team as the regular season nearing a conclusion  (2) TBE

• monday, may 16, 2022
 • Bits and pieces  (23) TBE
 • Fishing derby sees warm weather, good turnout  (18) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys track & field squad breaks records at the Greater Hartford Invite on Saturday afternoon while Bristol Central makes gains as well  (15) TBE
 • Bristol History Mystery  (12) Press
 • PRIME TIME: More on the life of Builder of Bristol James A. Mathews  (11) Press
 • A family birthday party — the first of the summer, perhaps — and rising temperatures  (7) TBE
 • Brunch for a Cure raises money to find cure for leukemia  (5) Press
 • Bristol Central softball finished the week at 15-2 as the Rams bulldoze all the competition over busy week  (4) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern baseball stages late rally but falls in the end to Plainville, 6-2, in CCC tilt from Muzzy Field on Friday  (3) TBE
 • Bristol Central baseball bounces back with a 4-3 victory over Berlin Friday night from Muzzy Field  (3) TBE
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: It's never too late to devise a Medicaid plan  (3) Press
 • St. Paul baseball defeats Torrington; perfect season continues  (2) TBE
 • Eastern softball snares big win at Plainville on Friday as the squad gets a couple games above .500  (2) TBE
 • BE girls lacrosse drops tough 12-11 decision to St. Paul Catholic on Friday; Stavens establishes new season scoring mark  (1) TBE

• sunday, may 15, 2022
 • Festival of Wines and Spirits fundraises for emergency hospital generators  (9) Press
 • CCSU graduates over 2,600 in Class of 2022  (6) Press

• saturday, may 14, 2022
 • Former Nuchie's location has sold  (61) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (30) Press
 • Bristol native touring the country as part of a national production of 'Jersey Boys'  (21) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: CERT lends a hand at fishing derby  (19) Press
 • Bristol Press, New Britain Herald returning to separate editions  (13) Press
 • Bristol Central softball starts the week 4-for-4 as Torreso and the Rams trip up Wolcott, 6-1, on Thursday  (8) TBE
 • Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble putting on free concert  (8) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: HAZE  (3) Press
 • United Way of West Central Connecticut is celebrating 100 years   (0) Press

• friday, may 13, 2022
 • Bristol moves forward on changing City Council districts  (31) Press
 • Ingraham Manor has covid outbreak, representatives say it has been contained  (20) Press
 • Area high school students gather for Salute Dinner   (14) Press
 • Bristol Health, Factory Square businesses teaming up for scavenger hunt   (14) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (14) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (7) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (5) Press
 • St. Paul baseball clinches top seed in NVL tourney  (4) Press
 • BE softball and girls lacrosse came up with big victories over Middletown on Wednesday  (3) TBE
 • Bristol Central girls lacrosse wins two straight matches as state tournament time looms  (3) TBE
 • Plainville's Memorial Day parade, ceremony will return this year  (3) Press
 • Central CT Chambers of Commerce is accepting registration for annual State of the City and Towns  (3) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball wins second consecutive game, spinning Middletown by a 7-4 push from Palmer Field  (2) TBE

• thursday, may 12, 2022
 • Well-being check in Bristol leads to police chase  (61) Press
 • Bristol police looking for suspect who vandalized West End  (50) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • Bristol celebrates opening of The Roasted Bean's new, expanded location  (25) Press
 • Bristol to hold public hearing on flag policy  (16) Press
 • It’s a tie as the Bristol Eastern and Berlin boys track & field programs each score 75 points over a CCC South stalemate  (16) TBE
 • Second suspect in Plainville home invasion going to trial  (14) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (13) Press
 • Bristol Health gives red carpet treatment to its nurses  (13) Press
 • Bristol Health hosting festival of wine and spirits Saturday  (9) Press
 • Bristol Central boys track & field remains perfect, defeating Lewis Mills on Tuesday as bout with Bristol Eastern looms  (7) TBE
 • BE Baseball defeats Edwin O. Smith on Tuesday, nabbing a 7-2 victory on the road  (6) TBE
 • Southington police blotter  (6) Press
 • Boys & Girls Club of Bristol set to hold its Paint the Future Gala   (5) Press
 • City Council sets a public hearing date for ordinance on flying flags over City Hall  (4) TBE
 • BC Girls track & field surge to a 83.3-65.7 victory over Lewis Mills in a CCC South bout on Tuesday  (3) TBE

• wednesday, may 11, 2022
 • Middletown man accused of having sex with underage girl in Bristol takes plea deal  (42) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Looking at the winners of Perry Spinelli Fishing Derby   (28) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (25) Press
 • Rep. Bill Petit will not seek reelection   (23) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (17) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • Bristol fourth grader headed to Invention Convention   (8) Press
 • Wheeler Clinic Foster Care works to get children out of the foster care system, into homes  (7) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball drops 9-5 decision against Rocky Hill on Monday from Muzzy Field  (7) TBE
 • Annual Shamrock Run registration is online  (6) TBE
 • Barnes Museum is holding a wine tasting fundraiser this month  (5) Press
 • Registration underway for the 15th Annual Petit Family Foundation 5K Road Race  (4) Press
 • BE’s Tellier throws a perfect game against Farmington; Girls lacrosse also a winner at Enfield on Monday  (3) TBE

• tuesday, may 10, 2022
 • Plainville Democratic Town Committee Chair, Board of Education member announces run for 22nd House District seat  (40) Press
 • Plainville police looking to ID shoplifting suspect  (40) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Family of Richard Sgro is honoring his memory  (28) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (27) Press
 • Third person faces charges in connection with a case involving a Bristol woman who bought firearms for individuals with a criminal record  (25) Press
 • Bristol continues to have high hopes, concerns for development of Sessions Building  (18) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (12) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (10) Press
 • Plainville's Balloon Festival won't be taking flight this year  (10) Press
 • Bristol Veterans Council seeking out those who served in Vietnam   (8) Press
 • A mule at Shepard Meadows gets inducted into the 2022 Horse Stars Hall of Fame  (6) Press
 • Plymouth approves budget, sees some increases   (5) Press
 • Terryville firefighters warn of high risk for forest fires  (4) Press
 • World War II Veteran presented with a Woody Williams Medal of Honor Coin  (4) Press
 • Plainville Wind Ensemble is bringing the music of Middle-Earth to life  (2) Press
 • BCHS and BEHS make excellent finishes from the 2022 Middletown Invitational this past Saturday  (2) TBE

• monday, may 09, 2022
 • Bits and pieces  (26) TBE
 • PRIME TIME: James A. Mathews, Builder of Bristol  (20) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Cohabitating seniors: Protect your rights  (9) Press
 • Sunday challenge update  (8) TBE
 • The Bristol Central baseball team is peaking for a stretch run – looking for state tournament qualification over second half play  (8) TBE
 • BE Baseball looking to make some noise over the second half of play  (6) TBE
 • Bristol Central softball fends off Bristol Eastern in a 3-1 triumph on Friday  (5) TBE

• sunday, may 08, 2022
 • Plymouth police arrest alleged under the influence driver in business crash  (51) Press
 • Cool evening kicks off Bristol Auto Club Cruise Night season  (25) Press
 • Here’s what’s new for the season at Six Flags, Lake Compounce, and Quassy  (15) Courant
 • Why the Connecticut construction boom is costly for homebuyers, tenants and developers  (13) Courant
 • HASTINGS: Happy Mother's Day to all the best worst moms out there  (13) Press
 • As our fundraising gains momentum, it’s time to talk  (9) TBE

• saturday, may 07, 2022
 • Dunphy's Ice Cream sees outpouring of support after break-in  (41) Press
 • Green Hills School closed for a short time Friday morning  (18) TBE
 • Bristol Historical Society Tag Sale today and Saturday  (15) TBE
 • Bristol Central baseball gets mercy rule victory over New Britain  (14) Press
 • National Prevention Week in Connecticut (May 8-14, 2022) Focuses on Year-Round Outreach, Education, and Public Awareness    (8) TBE
 • BC and BE softball teams ready for the first city series battle of 2022  (8) TBE
 • BE softball drops a tough 8-0 decision to top-ranked Southington on Thursday afternoon  (6) TBE

• friday, may 06, 2022
 • Plainville man accused of leaving scene of fatal accident, waiting 12 minutes to call for help  (61) Press
 • Bristol decides to keep an eye on citizen concerns with ATVs, dirt bikes  (34) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • Juneteenth bill moves to Lamont after emotional House debate  (22) Press
 • Small businesses still struggle to find enough workers  (17) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (8) Press
 • FRIDAY FICKS: The gift of perspective  (5) Press
 • Greene-Hills School resumes normal activities after evacuation based on suspicious writing is found on wall  (4) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (3) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Athena  (3) Press
 • Bristol Arts and Culture Fund holding United Service Organizations World War II era-styled dance  (2) Press
 • Group of Bristol residents organizing event recognizing Pride Month   (1) Press

• thursday, may 05, 2022
 • Lockdown lifted at two Bristol schools following serious assault involving knife; suspect still on the loose, while victim remains hospitalized  (39) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering a Bristol icon  (30) Press
 • Woman convicted of custodial interference, risk of injury in Plainville avoids further prison time on probation violation after 10-year exposure  (25) Press
 • Bristol City Council members share their thoughts, concerns about limiting flying of flags on city property  (21) Press
 • Bristol man sentenced to conditional discharge after stalking, harassment charges stemming from Southington arrest are dropped  (18) Press
 • Bristol Central baseball beats Bristol Eastern in cross-town showdown  (12) Press
 • Connecticut Senate sends budget with tax cuts to governor  (7) Press
 • 124 Scholar-Athletes honored by the Bristol Sports Hall of Fame Sunday night  (6) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern girls tennis snared first win of the season on Wednesday, sinking Lewis Mills 6-1  (5) TBE
 • Bristol Central baseball nabs huge 1-0 victory over crosstown rival Bristol Eastern on Tuesday night from Muzzy Field  (5) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern boys track & field score third win in a row, downing Middletown on Tuesday 78-71  (3) TBE
 • Community Foundation awards nearly $900K worth of grants to programs in Southington, Plainville, New Britain  (3) Press

• wednesday, may 04, 2022
 • Several Bristol schools placed into lockdown after a complaint involving a knife  (22) Press
 • Police are looking for a missing teenager  (49) Press
 • Man displays handgun during attempted car theft  (46) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • Bristol woman looking at 1 year in prison after admitting to acting as straw purchaser for firearms  (25) Press
 • Bristol Central High School's Q3 Honor Roll  (17) Press
 • Bristol Hospital's Beekley Center recognized nationally  (14) Press
 • South Side School student's invention to a national convention  (13) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (13) Press
 • Bristol Eastern High School's Q3 Honor Roll  (11) Press
 • Bristol police blotter2  (9) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Local symposium helping breast cancer patients, honors legacy of namesake   (9) Press
 • Plainville police blotter2  (6) Press
 • Association of Letter Carriers Branch 86, volunteers taking part in food drive   (2) Press

• tuesday, may 03, 2022
 • Bristol woman looking at as many as 10 years in prison after admitting to acting as straw purchaser for firearms  (53) Press
 • Bristol looks to reduce waste through the implementation of a waste program  (36) Press
 • Bits and pieces  (32) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (28) Press
 • Connecticut bill attempts to stop catalytic converter thefts  (21) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (20) Press
 • DK Movement brings sports equipment, art supplies to Cambridge Park  (15) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (15) Press
 • BCHS Girls lacrosse picks up eight goal win over Enfield on Monday  (9) TBE

• monday, may 02, 2022
 • Yard work and a stop at the bakery; repairs underway  (50) TBE
 • Bristol History Mystery  (26) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: 'Snowbirds' weigh pros and cons of changing residency  (21) Press
 • Holistic expo draws healers, readers from all over  (18) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Lawrence J. Pelletier, Vietnam casualty  (11) Press
 • Bristol Central shuts out Plainville, 6-0, on Saturday in CCC South attraction  (9) TBE
 • Local lacrosse teams nabbed critical wins last week to get to .500 on the campaign  (8) TBE
 • Bristol Central’s softball squad has more than one weapon on the mound  (8) TBE

• sunday, may 01, 2022
 • Bristol Central golf starts off its season at 3-1 as Pikiell nabs a hole in one  (17) TBE
 • 71st Spinelli Fishing Derby attracts hundreds, biggest fish measured at 28 inches  (11) Press
 • BEHS girls tennis makes some gains against Berlin but drops 7-0 decision to the Redcoats on Friday afternoon  (9) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern baseball rallies against Northwest on Friday afternoon, just falling short against the Lions 5-3  (8) TBE


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• saturday, april 30, 2022
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Jimmy Nelson celebrating his 61st birthday  (34) Press
 • Real Estate liens to be issued on June 1  (33) TBE
 • Bristol Public Schools rebrands itself with new logos   (25) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (24) Press
 • Environmental Learning Centers, Bristol have obtain Pigeon Hill Property  (19) Press
 • Governor Lamont Announces New Online Application Available for Heating and Water Assistance  (18) TBE
 • Bristol Central softball falls to Hall in a 2-1 thriller on Thursday as pitchers Garner-MacKinnon and Sciarretto chuck brilliant games  (16) TBE
 • Plymouth votes unanimously to ban retail sale of marijuana   (15) Press
 • Pequabuck River Watershed Association will be looking to clean the river in Bristol, Plainville   (14) Press
 • 100 years ago city votes to adopt Daylight Savings Time  (14) TBE
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Mia  (14) Press
 • Bristol Health Home Care & Hospice now a ‘We Honor Veterans’ partner  (14) TBE
 • Scholarship available for Laurel Music Camp  (11) TBE
 • Legislators send data privacy 'bill of rights' to governor  (10) Press

• friday, april 29, 2022
 • Police release photo of vehicle suspected to be involved in two shootings  (54) Press
 • Berlin woman pleads guilty to embezzling $84K from Plainville company  (46) Press
 • J's Auto Sales & Repair opens new location in Bristol   (42) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • Century 21 Bay-Mar Realty in Bristol is adding new agents  (28) Press
 • New director of finance and operations joining Bristol Public Schools  (22) Press
 • Bristol Central boys track and field nearly sweeps Maloney on Wednesday, scoring 136 points in tremendous victory  (16) TBE
 • National Association of Music Merchants recognizes Bristol Public Schools   (15) Press
 • Bristol Central girls track and field falls to Maloney on Wednesday  (11) TBE
 • May is National Foster Care Month  (7) TBE

• thursday, april 28, 2022
 • Bristol man accidentally fires gun through ceiling, into upstairs apartment with resident, dog inside  (69) Press
 • Bristol police looking for video surveillance, witnesses after suspects fire gun at two vehicles  (44) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (24) Press
 • Former Bristol resident's love of music stays alive through scholarship   (20) Press
 • Connecticut Democrats reach deal on state budget, tax cuts   (15) Press
 • Meriden man gets 10 years in prison for robberies in Plainville, Southington and Newington  (14) Press
 • Shrek is making his way to the stage at Bristol Eastern  (12) Press
 • Bristol Health celebrates renovated pediatric space  (10) Press
 • Pop-up covid vaccine clinic coming to Bristol Thursday   (9) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (7) Press
 • Churchill, Bristol Eastern baseball captures a huge 5-2 win over Maloney on Wednesday afternoon  (6) TBE
 • BEHS girls track & field falls at Lewis Mills on soggy Tuesday afternoon  (6) TBE
 • Bristol Interfaith Coalition, Good Shepherd Episcopal Church holding commemoration  (6) Press
 • Police report shooting at Jerome Ave. and Mix St.  (5) TBE
 • U.S. Marine, Afghanistan veteran coming to Manross Memorial Library  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys track & field wins second straight meet, foiling Lewis Mills 80-70  (3) TBE

• wednesday, april 27, 2022
 • Rodd's Restaurant falls victim to burglary, leaving owner feeling unsafe at work  (65) Press
 • Schools will soon stop serving free lunches to all students: What comes next?  (41) Press
 • Bristol man arrested in Southington sting operation looking at least 10 years in prison: court documents  (32) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Celebrating John Ziogas' birthday  (30) Press
 • Bristol Water Department wins Hydrant Hysteria Competition, heading to Texas for nationals  (18) Press
 • Bits and Pieces  (15) TBE
 • The Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern softball teams scored wins against Meriden on Monday afternoon  (10) TBE
 • Connecticut looks to bar out-of-state marijuana advertising  (10) Press
 • U.S. Marine, Afghanistan veteran coming to Bristol Public Library   (8) Press
 • Bristol Garden Club to unveil new Blue Star Memorial   (7) Press
 • Sen. Chris Murphy tests positive for the coronavirus  (7) Press
 • BC girls lacrosse comes from behind on Monday night to sink rival Eastern, 10-8, in the first showdown between the programs this year  (7) TBE
 • Another bad inning foils the Bristol Eastern baseball team, this time against Platt on Monday in a tough 8-5 setback  (6) TBE
 • Recipients for Chamber's Regional Annual Awards congratulated  (6) Press
 • St. Paul seniors receive scholarships from Thomas and Elsie Deeley Foundation  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls tennis falls to Manchester on Monday in Bristol by a 7-0 final  (3) TBE

• tuesday, april 26, 2022
 • Invasive plant species removed from Bristol park   (45) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • Police charge Plainville man with striking three vehicles, corporate office at Tilcon and trying to ram into officers during car chase on I-84  (30) Press
 • Department of Parks, Recreation, Youth and Community Services hires new program assistant  (18) Press
 • Bristol comes out to support OM Show  (16) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • City to offer Covid vaccine clinic on Thursday  (10) TBE
 • Plainville man no longer faces allegations of misusing 911 system  (9) Press
 • Tickets for Bristol's 'Dinner on the Diamond' now available  (8) Press
 • Registration is open for this year's Shamrock Run  (6) Press
 • American Clock & Watch Museum receives Award of Merit from the Connecticut League of History Organizations   (5) TBE
 • Energize Connecticut hosting eesmarts contest for students, from kindergarten all the way to 12th grade  (3) Press

• monday, april 25, 2022
 • Bristol History Mystery  (27) Press
 • Synnott to be honored by the CAS-CIAC Hall of Fame  (13) TBE
 • Lewis Mills scores four times in the sixth inning, coming form behind to snare a 7-5 victory over Bristol Eastern on Saturday  (11) TBE
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Denying and delaying may be costly  (11) Press
 • Time for yardwork, a little hoop and a family celebration  (10) TBE
 • BCHS baseball in the hunt as young squad is still learning ways to compete and win  (10) TBE
 • PRIME TIME: S.B. Jerome had a hand in Bristol's clock-making history   (9) Press
 • Car wash kicks off Mum Fest fundraising  (9) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball drops top 12-run decision at Northwest Catholic on Friday  (8) TBE
 • Bristol Central softball picks up where it left off in 2022, playing excellent defense and racking up the wins  (4) TBE
 • Bristol Central baseball comes-from-behind to snare a 4-2 win over Rocky Hill on Friday  (2) TBE
 • Friday scholastic round-up: BE softball wins; BC girls lacrosse draws tie on the road at E.O. Smith  (2) TBE

• sunday, april 24, 2022
 • A Saturday afternoon challenge  (22) TBE
 • Bristol residents fight littering in second Community Clean Up  (20) Press
 • Plainville's town budget will go to voters for approval  (3) Press

• saturday, april 23, 2022
 • Bristol man convicted of beating dog that was engaged in sexual intercourse has probation terminated early  (50) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (28) Press
 • Lake Compounce going cashless this season  (23) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (17) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Curvy  (13) Press
 • Bristol training future firefighters at new academy  (11) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls softball gets back to .500 off its sterling six-run victory over Wethersfield on Wednesday  (9) TBE
 • Mask mandates return to US college campuses as cases rise  (6) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls tennis drops 7-0 decision to Avon on Thursday afternoon  (4) TBE
 • Bristol Health participates in Earth Day  (4) Press

• friday, april 22, 2022
 • Board of Finance member seeking Republican nomination for 81st House District seat  (62) Press
 • Police charge Bristol man in hit-and-run  (50) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Taking a look at Tom Maghini   (28) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (24) Press
 • Plainville man charged with felony assault after supplying alcohol to two people under 21: police  (20) Press
 • Bristol Commissioner asks for more scrutiny of unregistered off-road vehicles  (19) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (8) Press
 • Eastern’s four-run seventh against New Britain gets the Kingstreeters back to .500 on Wednesday  (5) TBE
 • Ray’s 200th victory for the BCHS baseball program is all about the experience, mentorship  (4) TBE
 • United Way of West Central Connecticut holds pop-up food drive   (1) Press
 • Connecticut drops face mask mandate on buses, two rail lines  (1) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys track and field is a winner at Maloney on Wednesday afternoon  (1) TBE
 • Recent state legislation actions focus at roundtable  (1) Press

• thursday, april 21, 2022
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • Bristol officers recognized for exemplary service  (21) Press
 • Connecticut trooper charged with manslaughter in shooting  (17) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (14) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Unified Sports Team to receive McGinn Award from Hall of Fame  (14) Press
 • Democrats Greg Hahn and Andrew Rasmussen-Tuller announce candidacies for state office  (10) TBE
 • The Middletown boys track & field team was no match for the squad from Bristol Central on Tuesday afternoon  (5) TBE
 • Wheeler Health receiving $100,000 to support programs, build new center  (4) Press
 • Connecticut House passes bill to protect abortion providers  (4) Press
 • Central CT Chambers of Commerce announces award recipients for their Regional Annual Awards Dinner  (4) Press
 • Broadcasting+Cable induct ESPN into its hall of fame  (3) Press
 • Plainville will hold public workshop on Affordable Housing Plan  (1) Press
 • Central CT Chambers of Commerce holding forum with businesses in the life sciences industry   (1) Press
 • Wins and losses aren’t the ultimate measuring stick on coach Bunty Ray’s way to 200 victories for the BCHS baseball team  (1) TBE
 • Bristol Interfaith Coalition to host Virtual Passover Seder on Thursday and a National Day of Prayer on 5/5.  (1) TBE
 • BCHS Girls Track & Field team nabs big 83-66 victory over Middletown on Tuesday  (1) TBE

• wednesday, april 20, 2022
 • New restaurant opens, has rich family history  (88) Press
 • Bristol man impaled by horseshoe stake  (38) Press
 • Spring 2022 roadway resurfacing is on the horizon in Bristol  (36) Press
 • Hartford man indicted after being found with ghost gun following drug sale in Bristol  (16) Press
 • Bristol Future Champions Gymnastics team raises record amount to help cure childhood cancer; win several first place titles at Alex's Lemonade Invitat  (13) Press
 • Plainville police looking for assistance identifying purse theft suspect  (12) Press
 • Plainville police looking for Uber Eats driver suspected in assault  (11) Press
 • Democrat Andrew Rasmussen-Tuller running for 77th House District seat   (11) Press
 • All the recent rain has turned the Pequabuck into an actual raging river  (10) TBE
 • Community Clean Up Day this Saturday  (4) TBE
 • $100,000 gift supports Wheeler Health Center in Bristol, Plainville students  (4) TBE
 • Legion Post 209 is seeking donations for annual Fishing Derby  (4) Press
 • Bristol Historical Society’s Third Thursday Program presents: Truth, Lies, and Lust: How Bristol Rev. Theodore Beussel Was Led to Sedition  (4) TBE
 • Bunty Ray, Bristol Central’s baseball coach, spent plenty of time under the learning tree on his way to 200 wins  (3) TBE
 • The softball squad from Bristol Eastern hangs with Glastonbury but falls by a 2-1 final on Monday afternoon  (2) TBE

• tuesday, april 19, 2022
 • LifeStar Transports Male After Being Impaled by Horseshoe Stake in Bristol  (68) NBC30
 • Muzzy Field has new scoreboard   (71) Press
 • Bristol man faces slew of charges after allegedly speeding at officer, nearly pinning him between door and cruiser  (41) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (26) Press
 • Bristol thinking about whether to change the length of mayor's term   (25) Press
 • Rhode Island man accused of setting up camera in Bristol bathroom at 'celebration of life' event could avoid prosecution  (17) Press
 • Fundraiser to support Mum Festival will be held this weekend  (16) Press
 • Bristol continues to explore issues of City Council redistricting  (14) Press
 • Local filmmaker to screen movie this month  (11) Press
 • Veterans Strong Community Center, Wernicki family honor several local veterans   (7) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (7) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (6) Press
 • Bunty Ray: Bristol Central’s baseball coach is newest member of the 200 win club (Part 1)  (6) TBE
 • HEALTHY LIVING: The new tool in the fight against cancer  (5) Press
 • Nearly 20 catalytic converters stolen from Plainville school buses  (4) Press
 • The Bristol Greeners are looking forward to its second season of Greater Hartford Twilight Baseball League play  (4) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern baseball drops tough 9-6 decision to Plainville on Friday  (2) TBE

• monday, april 18, 2022
 • Bristol History Mystery  (33) Press
 • PRIME TIME: An expert on Russia with a connection to Bristol  (16) Press
 • Easter brings families out for brunch, togetherness  (14) Press
 • Some ricotta cookies from a friend’s recipe, Easter with the kids and other connections among us  (10) TBE
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Retirement assets vs. other assets; how to make the most of your wealth  (6) Press

• sunday, april 17, 2022
 • Volunteers clear invasive plants to improve state endangered bird habitat in Roberts Property  (23) Press
 • Bristol Central baseball wins for the first time this year as Bunty Ray earns his 200th win  (12) TBE

• saturday, april 16, 2022
 • Felony charges for Bristol man who police say left gun accessible to juvenile  (34) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Mother, daughter get second covid booster shot  (28) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (25) Press
 • Bristol man who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting minor to face sentencing as early as this month  (21) Press
 • Bristol looks to recognize a section of the city as its cultural district  (13) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (8) Press
 • Pet of the Week: Aries  (7) Press
 • Families hop over to Indian Rock Nature Preserve's Easter Egg Hunt   (4) Press
 • Brown scores seven goals to lead Newington lacrosse over Bristol co-op  (1) Press

• friday, april 15, 2022
 • Bristol Farmers Market returning, has new location   (56) Press
 • Bristol woman faces animal cruelty charge for allegedly neglecting dog  (32) Press
 • Bristol man accused of secretly setting up camera in Southington bathroom no longer in application process for diversionary program  (31) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (28) Press
 • Bristol clothing brand is focusing on giving back to the community   (17) Press
 • Job and Career Fair sees light turnout, several opportunities still available  (15) Press
 • Annual Salute Dinner set for May  (9) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (9) Press
 • Bristol officials approve over $17 million in American Rescue Plan projects   (7) Press
 • BEHS baseball ropes up huge 14-4 victory at Tolland on Wednesday  (3) TBE

• thursday, april 14, 2022
 • Centre Square's Parcel Three among last areas to be slated for development  (37) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (20) Press
 • City Council meeting Tuesday yields little drama  (17) TBE
 • Central CT Chambers of Commerce's Job and Career Fair set for Thursday   (10) Press
 • BE softball gets to .500 with victory over Lewis Mills on Tuesday while BC baseball and softball fall in close calls on Monday  (10) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (7) Press
 • Bristol Hospital looks to help Ukraine, sends supplies   (3) Press
 • Bristol's School Readiness Council to distribute children's book   (3) Press
 • Countryside Manor to honor volunteers   (3) Press
 • Berlin baseball gets first win of season after shutting out Bristol Eastern  (2) Press
 • Quota of Greater Bristol is accepting scholarship applications   (1) Press
 • Bristol Central girls track draws rare tie, earning 73-73 stalemate against Platt  (0) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern boys track team falls at Plainville on Tuesday, 98-52  (0) TBE

• wednesday, april 13, 2022
 • State Democratic Party calls on Rep. Pavalock-D’Amato to resign  (44) TBE
 • City Council to complete property sales to Wheeler and Carrier at Centre Square  (22) TBE
 • Former Bristol City Councilman will be running for the 31st State Senate seat   (22) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Honoring veterans  (22) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (14) Press
 • Kyle Fasold intends to plead guilty in federal case involving secretly recording girls  (14) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (6) Press
 • Wojtusik Nursery will host the Easter Bunny   (6) Press
 • Plymouth Fire Chief inducted into Hall of Fame  (5) Press
 • Berlin baseball shuts out Bristol Eastern on Monday as the Lancers finally open the season  (5) TBE
 • Bristol's Elementary Honors Band performs at Connecticut Convention Center  (4) Press
 • Long-running fishing derby will return to Page Park this month  (3) Press
 • Senate votes to extend 4 of Lamont's remaining COVID orders  (3) Press
 • Bristol Eastern softball earns first victory of season with a 12-3 triumph over Windsor  (0) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern girls lacrosse team played well over its past two games, falling to 1-2  (0) TBE

• tuesday, april 12, 2022
 • Bristol man who received year in prison on robbery conviction sentenced to seven years behind bars on probation violation  (32) Press
 • Bristol man gets 10 years in prison for Plymouth robbery  (31) Press
 • Bristol firefighters rescue tree trimmer whose bucket truck gave out above power lines  (31) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (22) Press
 • Bristol residents will soon be notified of potential change in polling locations  (16) Press
 • Bristol man once again wanted after failing to answer to charges stemming from overdose in Plainville  (15) Press
 • One of the country's last World War I widows, leaves behind legacy of love  (14) Press
 • Southington Drive-In set to open, will be donating proceeds to a different non-profit each week  (9) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Falls for seniors should never be taken lightly  (6) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (6) Press
 • Bristol Eastern senior Ella Nichols focused on winning another national wrestling title, this time in North Dakota  (5) Press

• monday, april 11, 2022
 • Board of Education meeting sees attempt at no-confidence vote against Dr. Carbone go up in smoke  (83) TBE
 • Ella Nichols is a national champ once again, seizing first place at the 33rd NHSCA Championship to end the month of March  (31) TBE
 • Bristol History Mystery  (23) Press
 • PRIME TIME: A Builder of Bristol goes to Hollywood  (16) Press
 • Mills and Rivoira: A family legacy spanning the Mum City and beyond  (14) TBE
 • Cacti and succulents sell well during 37th show  (8) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Caregiver burnout - Adult Day Care to the rescue  (5) Press
 • Bristol Eastern golf team looking for a big season in 2022  (4) TBE

• sunday, april 10, 2022
 • Plainville police make arrest after vehicle pursuit, investigate alleged ramming incident  (34) Press
 • Hundreds hunt 6,000 eggs in Easter event at Liberty Baptist Church  (7) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls lacrosse opens the season with six-goal victory over Lewis Mills on Friday  (4) TBE

• saturday, april 09, 2022
 • Waitlist opens for affordable apartments in Bristol  (42) Press
 • Bristol Police Department announces new Deputy Chief   (34) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Longtime city resident turns 100  (30) Press
 • BC girls lacrosse moves to 2-0 with 15-3 win over Enfield on Wednesday; Boys Coop drops tough 8-6 decision to Tolland on Thursday while the BE girls o  (26) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (25) Press
 • Readers have a choice to make  (17) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • 'The biggest message is that anybody can get clean': Professionals seek to battle addiction  (14) Press
 • New England Carousel Museum holding an estate sale   (13) Press
 • PETS OF THE WEEK: Lily and Dobby  (11) Press
 • Bristol police arrest juvenile after Social Media threat against Bristol Central  (11) TBE

• friday, april 08, 2022
 • Petition urges no confidence vote in Bristol Public Schools Superintendent, Board of Education stands by her   (81) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (21) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (8) Press
 • Bristol Veterans Council, American Legion Post 2 announce annual Memorial Day Procession  (8) Press
 • Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont tests positive for covid-19  (8) Press
 • St. Paul Catholic High School student named National Merit Scholarship Finalist  (7) Press
 • St. Paul bringing 'The Wizard of Oz' to life  (6) Press

• thursday, april 07, 2022
 • Bristol Public Schools investigating social media threat  (20) WFSB
 • Arrest made following threat to Bristol Central High School  (20) WFSB
 • Bristol police make arrest in alleged threat at Bristol Central High School  (18) Press
 • Growing concerns about all-terrain vehicles causing Bristol to seek solutions.   (33) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (21) Press
 • Bristol Central boys track & field team opens the 2022 campaign with a resounding victory over rival Berlin on Tuesday afternoon  (12) TBE
 • Reps. Pavalock-D’Amato, Betts, and Sen. Martin to host Pizza and Politics Legislative Event  (10) TBE
 • Southington police blotter  (7) Press
 • St. Demetrios prepares for bake sale   (7) Press
 • Lake Compounce kicking off new season with new event - Kids Fest  (7) Press
 • Rockin' Out at Rockwell Summer Concert series will be returning  (6) Press
 • After a tremendous 2021 campaign, BCHS softball looking to replicate its success from last spring  (3) TBE
 • Forestville American Legion Post 209 delivers thousands of books to local convalescent homes   (2) Press
 • Clock & Watch Museum will feature two new exhibits   (2) Press

• wednesday, april 06, 2022
 • BRISTOL BITS: Honoring Bernie O'Keefe   (39) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • Accident on Rt. 6 and King forces road closure until noon  (30) TBE
 • Bristol Hospital announces change in visitng hours  (28) Press
 • Precision Express Manufacturing get grant to strengthen services  (14) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • Bristol City Hall looks to finalize temporary moves as renovations begin  (8) Press
 • Plainville Historical Society invites public to tour Historic Center   (5) Press
 • St. Demetrios' bake sale set for Saturday  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball starts its 2022 campaign with several new faces in the dugout  (2) TBE
 • Bristol Arts and Culture Fund will extend deadline for fundraising project  (1) Press
 • TBE Scholastic Sports Round-up for Monday, April 4  (1) TBE
 • TBE adds second method to subscribe  (1) TBE
 • BE boys track & field team looking for a tremendous season, and some big results, in 2022  (1) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern girls tennis looking to hit the courts with a big 2022 push  (1) TBE
 • TBE Scholastic Sports Round-up for Tuesday, April 5  (0) TBE

• tuesday, april 05, 2022
 • Rhode Island company purchases New Britain Herald, Bristol Press newspapers  (25) Press
 • Aroma Joe's opens, gets positive response from Bristol community  (31) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (27) Press
 • MAYOR'S CORNER: Charter revision needs involvement of all citizens  (15) Press
 • BEHS softball, under new ‘management’ in 2022, still has a very familiar look to open the campaign  (14) TBE
 • As bears get more aggressive, divide on how to handle them  (13) Press
 • Bristol News- Monday, 4/4  (13) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (11) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (11) Press
 • Bristol Central baseball looking to rebuild in 2021-22  (6) TBE
 • Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble to honor Ukraine  (5) Press

• monday, april 04, 2022
 • Bristol History Mystery  (24) Press
 • The BCHS girls basketball program put it all together in 2021-22, returning to the state tournament and winning 10-plus games  (21) TBE
 • Hometown Hero a reminder of the carnage of war  (15) Press
 • The importance of Advance Directives  (5) Press
 • For the second straight season, BE’s Collins earns All-State honors in girls basketball  (2) TBE
 • Rosa and the BCHS football program earned several postseason honors off a tremendous nine win campaign  (2) TBE
 • Learning as we grow about how to go about it and keeping our focus–local news  (1) TBE
 • Gonzalez and Parent earned CCC South basketball accolades for the BEHS girls hoops squad this year  (0) TBE
 • Palaj was a dynamo in the pool for the Bristol Swimming and Diving Coop this year  (0) TBE

• sunday, april 03, 2022
 • Police arrest woman for multiple thefts in local stores  (43) TBE
 • Developer: New assisted living center in downtown Bristol will serve the middle class  (33) Courant

• saturday, april 02, 2022
 • Bristol police blotter  (36) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Ariel  (9) Press
 • Southington's Barnes Museum announces two April events  (6) Press
 • Liberty Baptist Church's Easter Egg Hunt returns for second year  (2) Press
 • Business Education Foundation is seeking sponsors, teams for Trivia Night Fundraiser  (2) Press
 • Tunxis donates funds to assist Ukrainian refugees  (2) Press

• friday, april 01, 2022
 • State Elections Enforcement Commission will investigate claims Cara Pavalock-D'Amato doesn't live in her district; Pavalock-D'Amato accused Patton, Ha  (67) Press
 • Maple Avenue in Bristol reopens following two-car crash  (37) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: 15 years ago this week   (23) Press
 • Bristol woman convicted in connection with rash of robberies charged with probation violation  (22) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (18) Press
 • Man accused of using stun gun on elderly man during robbery in Bristol pleads not guilty to felony charges  (10) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (8) Press
 • Bristol Central set to bring 'The Lion King' to life  (3) Press
 • Bristol students gaining hands-on insight into potential careers   (2) Press


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