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news from monday, october 01 2018 to tuesday, october 16 2018

• tuesday, october 16, 2018
 • Southington man fled 3-car crash in Bristol: police  (76) Press
 • Bristol will dig up Atkins Avenue to determine the cause of sinkholes  (43) Press
 • Historian to explain the making of 1958 movie "It Happened to Jane," shot in Plainville, on Oct. 27  (25) Press
 • The Boston Globe is creating a six-part series on Aaron Hernandez's troubled life  (19) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: A simple saliva test can save lives  (14) Press
 • Analysis: Young players stepping up for Bristol Central football  (10) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Terryville's Katie and Chris Deforest  (9) Press
 • Bristol Boys & Girls Club to host basketball clinic and costume party  (9) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Tips to prevent diabetic foot ulcers  (8) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Croze's hat trick propels Bristol Eastern girls soccer past Maloney  (8) Press
 • 'Operation We Can' in Bristol  (8) Courant
 • Analysis: Bristol Eastern football needs to make changes on offense  (5) Press
 • BBB Serving Connecticut to Host Better Business Summit  (4) Bristol Round

• monday, october 15, 2018
 • BRISTOL BITS: Carry on, Jane Cari, and happy 102nd birthday  (28) Press
 • PRIME TIME: John H. Sessions, Jr., a Builder of Bristol  (26) Press
 • Wojtusik Nursery Halloween Harvest Festival a hit with kids  (22) Press
 • Muzzy Field hosts a vintage All-Star baseball game  (21) Press
 • Bristol Hospital to hold suicide prevention seminar  (14) Press
 • Bristol area teams making postseason pushes in week ahead  (13) Press
 • October is Manufacturing Month — Bristol Hosts Business Tours  (11) Bristol Round
 • This week's meetings  (8) Press

• sunday, october 14, 2018
 • Plane Flying From Connecticut Crashes Off Long Island; 1 Body Found, 2 People Missing  (64) Courant
 • Police blotter for Oct. 12  (34) Observer
 • Lamont, Bysiewicz Unveil Proposals to Empower Women and Girls, Fight Economic and Social Inequities  (14) Bristol Round

• saturday, october 13, 2018
 • Change of hands: Crowley selling 2 dealerships in Plainville   (60) Press
 • Bristol man accused of leaving woman with 2 bone fractures, failing to register as sex offender  (55) Press
 • Bristol men plead not guilty in vicious Plainville attack  (30) Press
 • Bristol man, charged in Plainville drug overdose, looking for sweeter plea deal  (20) Press
 • Bristol Public Works to Collect Unwanted Electronics at Downtown Farmer’s Market  (20) Bristol Round
 • Architects beginning to work on Memorial Boulevard school plans  (18) Press
 • Magnet school funding a concern of local official  (17) Press
 • Bristol water well tests positive for E. Coli; no danger to public drinking supply, officials ay  (15) Press
 • Behind Fitzpatrick, key defensive plays, Bristol Central football knocks off previously unbeaten No.  (10) Press
 • Candidate Q&A: Christopher Wright for State Senate in District 31  (8) Bristol Round
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Eastern girls soccer dominates second half to roll to easy win over Windsor  (8) Press
 • Offensive miscues overshadow strong defensive effort as Bristol Eastern football loses to Newington  (5) Press

• friday, october 12, 2018
 • BRISTOL BITS: Former Bristol firefighter facing serious health concerns  (80) Press
 • Southington foster parent accused of sexual assault  (43) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • Plymouth police make narcotics arrest  (30) Press
 • UPDATED: Know Your Neighborhood — Online Tool Helps Find Sex Offenders  (26) Bristol Round
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • Student rep advises school board on safety, availability of ACTs  (10) Press
 • Plans in the works for this year’s Holiday on the Hill  (9) Observer
 • Bristol Offers A Baseball Doubleheader From The Past  (8) Courant
 • Football Preview: Bristol Central's schedule doesn't get easier after bye, faces No. 13 Maloney  (7) Press
 • Bizarre Bazaar returning to Carousel Museum Nov. 10  (7) Press
 • Barnes receives Lifetime Achievement Award at Humanitarian Dinner  (6) Press
 • Puckering it up for Daisy  (6) Observer
 • Gridiron review for Oct. 12  (5) Observer
 • Youngest Davis becoming standout for St. Paul girls soccer  (5) Press
 • It’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month — What Does That Mean?  (5) Bristol Round
 • Football Preview: Bristol Eastern takes on Newington looking to snap another losing streak  (4) Press
 • NAACP hosts candidate forum  (3) Observer
 • Carousel Museum's Zombie Ball dead ahead  (3) Press

• thursday, october 11, 2018
 • Woman injured in Bristol collision  (75) Press
 • Ex-Bristol Council Member Pleads Guilty To Federal Mail Fraud Charge  (59) Courant
 • Car, SUV damaged in Bristol collision  (43) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • Plea deal for Bristol lawyer, ex-councilor Gagne  (29) Press
 • Mattress Firm closing Bristol, Newington locations  (26) Press
 • Historic Baseball All-Star Event Set for Oct 14 at Muzzy Field  (16) Bristol Round
 • Candidate Q&A: Kevin Fuller for State Representative in the 77th District  (15) Bristol Round
 • Bristol attorney Jodi Zils Gagne waives right to be indicted, pleads guilty to mail fraud  (14) Press
 • Woman accused of leaving children alone could get charge erased  (14) Press
 • Bristol council selects environmental contractor for school project  (7) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Central girls volleyball beats Berlin in straight sets  (6) Press
 • Performance listings, starting Oct. 12  (5) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting Oct. 12  (5) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting Oct. 12  (5) Observer
 • Dining listings, starting Oct. 12  (4) Observer
 • St. Paul girls soccer loses tight game against Oxford  (3) Press
 • DiLoreto, Costantiello leading strong Bristol Eastern boys soccer defense  (3) Press
 • Senior listings for Oct. 12  (3) Observer
 • Support group listings for Oct. 12  (3) Observer
 • Music listings, starting Oct. 12  (2) Observer

• wednesday, october 10, 2018
 • Car crashes into pole in Bristol; driver injured  (66) Press
 • Woman accused of trying to take boy from father in Bristol parking lot  (54) Press
 • Staples to close Bristol store on Nov. 2  (47) Press
 • Bristol woman accused of threatening to stab, kill man  (43) Press
 • Bristol council selects contractor for school project  (26) Press
 • Sen. Martin says Rep. Ziogas lied to seniors  (21) Observer
 • If you had to vote for Governor today, who would you vote for?  (20) Bristol Round
 • BRISTOL BITS: One Hick after another for Bob last week  (17) Press
 • Bristol Central girls soccer relying on strong defense  (7) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul girls soccer blows out Derby with Davis leading way  (7) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls soccer looking to build off first two wins of season  (6) Press
 • City certified as Sustainable CT community  (2) Observer
 • Bristol Eastern boys soccer holds off late Southington push to win  (2) Press

• tuesday, october 09, 2018
 • Bristol man leaves stolen gun in vehicle after rollover crash: police  (66) Press
 • Route 6: Pedestrians Beware  (43) Bristol Round
 • Plainville man, accused of starting fire at Tilcon, arrested for not showing up to court  (32) Press
 • Judge Acquits Bristol Man Charged In 2016 Shooting  (24) Courant
 • Bristol police blotter  (20) Press
 • Barnes Museum to hold antiques appraisal night Oct. 18  (17) Press
 • Forestville Legion Post 209 appoints officers  (15) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Central's Justus Fitzpatrick and Bristol Eastern's My  (13) Press
 • Protesters at Bristol hearing for accused cat killer  (10) Press
 • Bristol among first cities in state recognized for sustainability  (8) Press
 • Croze recognized with commemorative game ball for breaking Bristol Eastern girls soccer's goal scori  (6) Press
 • Analysis: St. Paul football's tough schedule to start has team primed for strong second half  (6) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls soccer cruises to second straight victory in win against Platt  (5) Press
 • After Last Year’s Success, Group to Host Another Artist & Artisan Fair in Burlington  (5) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Secondary Summer School has strong session  (4) Press
 • Princess Tea at the Carousel Museum  (4) Bristol Round
 • Imagine Nation In Bristol Plans Falls Festival  (4) Courant
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Understanding your risk of developing breast cancer  (3) Press
 • St. Paul girls volleyball qualifies for state tournament for first time in over 10 years  (1) Press

• monday, october 08, 2018
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bristol High Class of '53 holds a reunion  (37) Press
 • New Downtown Bristol Building Takes Shape   (26) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Certified as Sustainable: What Makes a Community “Sustainable”?  (13) Bristol Round
 • PRIME TIME: Remembering Drs. Siliciano and Desmarais  (9) Press
 • Roundup: Bristol Central boys cross country places seventh in Championship race at Wickham Invitatio  (9) Press
 • Greek food, fun and fellowship at St. Demetrios' fall festival  (8) Press
 • Legion Post 2 joins call for ringing of bells across America on Nov. 11  (8) Press
 • Veterans Council hoping to raise funds to buy flags  (7) Press
 • Cross country, swim city championship meets highlight week ahead  (7) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Aging in place  (6) Press
 • Check Out The 2018 Official Mum Festival Video!  (5) Bristol Round
 • This week's meetings  (4) Press

• sunday, october 07, 2018
 • Thomaston woman, part-time nanny, charged in crack cocaine sales in Bristol  (49) Press
 • Bristol To Pay $250,000 In Sex Harassment Suit Against Former Mayor Ken Cockayne  (11) Courant
 • Despite top times, Bristol Central girls swimming falls to Plainville  (8) Press

• saturday, october 06, 2018
 • Former Bristol man accused of burglarizing Shawn Drive apartment  (42) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (41) Press
 • Middletown man charged in Bristol sex assault of minor  (38) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (19) Press
 • Police blotter for Oct. 5  (9) Observer
 • Bristol Central girls volleyball hoping to get tougher schedule in coming years  (5) Press
 • Bristol Central diver Petke sets new school record  (5) Press
 • Dining listings, starting Oct. 5  (4) Observer
 • Health listings, starting Oct. 5  (4) Observer
 • St. Paul football lets lead slip away in second half, loses to Woodland  (4) Press
 • Roundup: After loss to Eastern, Bristol Central girls volleyball rebounds for win over Wethersfield  (4) Press
 • Kids listings, starting Oct. 5  (3) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting Oct. 5  (3) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting Oct. 5  (3) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting Oct. 5  (2) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting Oct. 5  (2) Observer
 • Music performance, starting Oct. 5  (1) Observer
 • Bristol Eastern girls volleyball has high expectations for sophomore Lowe  (0) Press

• friday, october 05, 2018
 • Plainville teen, accused of having illegal sexual relationship with 15-year-old, could avoid prosecu  (82) Press
 • Bristol man, alleged cat killer, now charged with probation violation  (29) Press
 • Bells will toll in Bristol, nationally this weekend for fallen firefighters  (18) Press
 • Kiss a Pig fundraising winner collects his prize  (15) Press
 • Happy birthday, Chippens Hill Middle School  (12) Observer
 • Bakery, pink Beetle harvest funds for Beekley Center  (10) Press
 • Ambulatory center focus of conversation at hospital forum  (8) Observer
 • Gridiron preview for Oct. 5  (8) Observer
 • Football preview: St. Paul football faces tough test it thinks it can pass against undefeated Woodla  (8) Press
 • Freshman midfielder Collins already a standout for Bristol Eastern girls soccer  (6) Press

• thursday, october 04, 2018
 • Bristol settles harassment suit for $250,000  (61) Press
 • Bristol woman convicted in Davis Drive attack  (38) Press
 • Police seek info on hit-and-run involving boat and car  (35) Observer
 • The Dead Will Walk Downtown Bristol & Dance The Night Away Again  (29) Bristol Round
 • Forestville Library to Discuss The Meaning of Omelets & Life  (18) Bristol Round
 • Curtis Products celebrates expansion, relocation to Bristol  (15) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls volleyball sweeps Bristol Central to continue winning ways in rivalry  (9) Press
 • Candidates make their pitches during meet-and-greet at Senior Center  (7) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Petrosky, DeAngelo pace Bristol Central boys cross country in win against E.O. Smith  (5) Press
 • Tunxis Community College Celebrates 18 Years in Downtown Bristol  (5) Bristol Round
 • Woznicki plays key role in turnaround for Bristol Eastern boys soccer after slow start to season  (4) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Croze sets scoring record, but Bristol Eastern girls soccer unable to win shootout a  (3) Press
 • Candlelight HIV/AIDS vigil held on Federal Hill Green  (2) Press
 • Bristol Central boys soccer finding success behind defense  (2) Press
 • Carousel Museum holding art contest for kids  (2) Observer
 • DeMarest showcasing potential as freshman for Bristol Eastern girls swimming  (1) Press

• wednesday, october 03, 2018
 • Bristol police ID pedestrian killed in car accident  (67) Press
 • Car strikes pedestrian, who dies the next day  (86) Press
 • Bristol man allegedly sold shotgun to accused drug dealer  (41) Press
 • Car hits utility pole in Bristol; no one hurt  (40) Press
 • Traffic boxes: Arts panel says ‘wrap’ it up  (38) Observer
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • Americans to receive cellphone alert from Trump in first national emergency test  (20) WFSB
 • BRISTOL BITS: Congratulations to Claire Strillacci  (19) Press
 • Community fire drill scheduled in Terryville  (11) Press
 • Malick, Collins score as Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern girls soccer draw  (9) Press
 • Get ready, get set, it’s time for Mum-A-Thon  (6) Observer
 • Nutmeg TV gets close to Bristol's Cortlandt Hull  (5) Press
 • Plainville swimming uses 100 freestyle to pull away from Bristol Eastern   (5) Press
 • Lieutenant governor recognized by a thankful Bristol Hospital  (2) Press
 • Public input sought for state House/Senate forum at St. Paul  (2) Press

• tuesday, october 02, 2018
 • Pedestrian injured in Bristol car accident has died  (45) Press
 • Car crashes into utility pole in Bristol  (17) Press
 • Motorcyclist injured in Bristol collision with SUV  (119) Press
 • Person seriously injured after being hit by car in Bristol  (85) WFSB
 • Bristol woman allegedly causes disturbance in Bristol Hospital, threatens police  (58) Press
 • Bristol man accused of selling drugs near school, chasing man with knife  (54) Press
 • City man faces several drug-related charges  (33) Press
 • Terryville man accused of threatening police mulls plea deal  (27) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Newest Manross librarian is full of excitement  (27) Press
 • Bristol woman charged after hospital disturbance  (20) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (17) Press
 • Bristol police hosting 'Coffee with a Cop' Wednesday  (16) Press
 • Local Students with Autism Ask for Support: $100k by Year’s End  (15) Bristol Round
 • Analysis: Despite defeat, Bristol Central football defense does well in facing juggernaut  (14) Press
 • Bristol Central, Bristol Eastern boys soccer score 16 seconds apart, but game ends in 1-1 draw  (13) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Central's Alex Sirko and Nate DeAngelo  (13) Press
 • Want More Mum? Check Out These 1,200 Photos  (12) Bristol Round
 • Roundup: Bristol Eastern girls volleyball takes down tough Farmington  (11) Press
 • Legislators meet with constituents on Oct. 5  (6) Observer
 • Bristol AIDS vigil set for Wednesday  (6) Press

• monday, october 01, 2018
 • Traffic Alert: Serious motorcycle crash closes Route 6 in Bristol  (62) Press
 • Serious motorcycle accident closes part of Route 6 in Bristol  (26) Press
 • New state laws take effect Monday  (80) Press
 • Bristol Company Named One of the Best Places to Work  (59) Bristol Round
 • Court change for Bristol man charged in Southington assaults  (22) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Veterans must act quickly, before Oct. 18 deadline  (21) Press
 • Firefighters go pink to support hospital's Beekley Center  (19) Press
 • PRIME TIME: 'Join the Navy and see the world,' and he sure did  (15) Press
 • Exotic ducks on the bill at Indian Rock Nature Preserve  (13) Press
 • Downtown Bristol Farmers Market Yields Success  (13) Bristol Round
 • Burlington 5K Run/Walk and Whigville Harvest Fest Set for October 28  (10) Bristol Round
 • Analysis: Curtin steps up, has strong first half as replacement QB for Bristol Eastern football  (10) Press
 • Ability Beyond Hosts Free Screening of Suicide Prevention Documentary  (7) Bristol Round
 • This week's meetings  (7) Press
 • Local Health Group Helps Snuff Out Teen Addiction  (7) Bristol Round
 • Wheeler Awarded $2.5 Million Federal Grant to Support Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health  (6) Bristol Round
 • Mayor’s Youth Cabinet Returns October 9  (5) Bristol Round


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news from wednesday, october 17 2018 to wednesday, october 31 2018

• sunday, october 21, 2018
 • Bristol's Halloween Festival draws huge turnout for spooky celebration  (18) Press
 • Fire report for Oct. 19  (4) Observer
 • November Programs Coming to Environmental Learning Centers of CT  (2) Bristol Round

• saturday, october 20, 2018
 • Pole damaged by alleged drunk driver  (61) Press
 • Terryville dentist penalized after giving 3-year-old multiple crowns  (33) Bristol Round
 • Southington police blotter  (16) Press
 • Letters thank legion for athletic gear donations  (9) Press
 • Bristol Eastern football can't stay in game after strong first half in loss to Platt  (9) Press
 • Naranjo, Carmelich have been difference makers for Bristol Central boys soccer since return from inj  (8) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Policarpio's first-half hat trick leads Bristol Eastern girls soccer to rout of East  (7) Press
 • SAT scrutiny: Better math, worse critical reading scores being addressed  (6) Press
 • St. Paul football shuts out Crosby  (5) Press
 • Bristol Central football survives game of attrition against Newington  (3) Press

• friday, october 19, 2018
 • Bristol man accused of making insensitive remarks about dispatcher's race  (51) Press
 • Part of Rt. 229 closes in Bristol after car accident   (34) Press
 • Bristol man, charged with sex assault at psych unit, offered suspended prison sentence  (25) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: The Eastern Bluebird Calendar is a treasure to read and view  (16) Press
 • Police blotter for Oct. 19  (15) Observer
 • The Halloween Festival returns to Bristol's Rockwell Park Saturday  (12) Press
 • Teacher of the Year wanted to do job ‘differently’  (9) Observer
 • WVIT meteorologist Ryan Hanrahan teaches West Bristol students about hurricanes and how to survive t  (8) Press
 • Prescription Drug Take Back Day  (7) Bristol Round
 • Football Preview: Bristol Eastern still seeking first win of season, but has tough test against Plat  (7) Press
 • Football Preview: Bristol Central ready for tough matchup against Newington after last week's big wi  (6) Press
 • Gridiron preview for Oct. 19  (5) Observer
 • Football Preview: St. Paul looking to pick up second win of season in easy matchup against Crosby  (5) Press
 • Club presents its Humanitarian Awards  (4) Observer

• thursday, october 18, 2018
 • Bristol man accused of assaulting 2 police officers  (78) Press
 • Hartford man accused of forging prescription at Bristol pharmacy  (41) Press
 • Bristol Clock Museum to Discuss Lies, Toxic Work Conditions and Tragic Stories From Female Employees  (31) Bristol Round
 • Bristol sex offender pleads guilty to registry violation  (30) Press
 • Duquette throws no-hitter for Bristol American Legion fall baseball team  (26) Press
 • Construction continues for Bristol Hospital Ambulatory Care Center and Centre Square access road  (15) Press
 • Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church's meal program is alive and well, despite rumors that it is ending  (15) Press
 • Town searches for new schools to replace Lincoln College, set to close at the end of the year  (12) Press
 • Jumpin’ Joey’s Bristol Teal Pumpkin Party — What is a Teal Pumpkin Party & Who is Jumpin’ Joey?   (11) Bristol Round
 • Roundup: Laprise, Policarpio lead potent Bristol Eastern girls soccer offense in win over Middletown  (8) Press
 • Firefly Hollow Celebrates 5 Years  (5) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Central boys cross country built for now, future after strong showing in CCC Championships  (4) Press
 • November Events at the Bristol Public Library  (3) Bristol Round
 • SECOND LOOK: Bristol's Boys & Girls Club inspires community pride  (3) Press
 • Bowes delivers game-winning goal as Bristol Central boys soccer tops Newington in overtime  (2) Press

• wednesday, october 17, 2018
 • 4 people charged in plot to assault Bristol woman  (76) Press
 • Bristol woman accused of stealing tools from neighbor  (55) Press
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to assaulting woman, knocking her cane over  (33) Press
 • Owners look to get tenants for old Blockbuster and Pizza Hut locations in Bristol Commons  (33) Press
 • Bristol Central teacher leads way to ensure school’s safety  (19) Observer
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Trivia time, who did Babe Ruth hit a home run off at Muzzy Field?  (12) Press
 • Bristol Central boys cross country paces area teams with third-place finish at CCC Championship  (8) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Last call for vets to protect their homes and assets  (5) Press
 • Council closes book on suit regarding sexual harassment by ex-mayor  (5) Observer
 • Plainville probate cases will move from Bristol to Farmington in January  (4) Press
 • Bristol Central boys cross country paces area teams with third-place finish at CCC Championships  (2) Press


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