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news from tuesday, october 01 2019 to wednesday, october 16 2019

• wednesday, october 16, 2019
 • Bristol police mourning sudden loss of 26-year veteran lieutenant  (77) Press
 • Bristol store clerk nearly struck when SUV crashes into corner store  (66) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Family of 3 umpires second game together   (17) Press
 • ESPN helps Bristol firefighters shoot fire prevention video  (8) Press
 • St. Stanislaus Church Youth Ministry group to hold pig roast Saturday to raise money for mission tri  (6) Press
 • Field day will demonstrate emergency preparedness techniques  (5) Press
 • Spooky end in store to Southington Drive-In's season  (3) Press
 • ROUNDUP: Long-time Bristol Eastern boys soccer head coach Sweet picks up 400th career victory  (3) Press
 • Atmosphere helps make Bristol city championship swimming and diving meet a special event  (2) Press

• tuesday, october 15, 2019
 • Bristol police blotter  (30) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (17) Press
 • Leaf collection dates announced  (13) Observer
 • ACE award recipients announced  (7) Observer
 • Dance at Boys and Girls Club's aim is to foster father-daughter bonding  (7) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Eastern's Leah Chipman and Bristol Central's Victor R  (6) Press
 • A Taste of Greece at Bristol church offers lamb to love, souvlaki to savor  (5) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Mammography results delivered with guidance and a smile  (3) Press
 • Forestville American Legion post shines spotlight on suicide prevention  (2) Press
 • Analysis: Bristol Eastern football continuing to head in right direction on offense  (1) Press
 • Plainville council reduces increase in sewer user fee  (1) Press
 • Tunxis schedules open house for Oct. 22  (1) Press
 • Commission for Persons with Disabilities recognizes Bristol Boys and Girls Club  (0) Press

• monday, october 14, 2019
 • Bestselling author to discuss novel Oct. 17 at Bristol library  (28) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Plymouth reverend had a troubled, religious life  (24) Press
 • No gloves, 21 aces make up vintage baseball at Muzzy Field  (21) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: A throwback to Bristol High baseball  (19) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Keeping your residence is possible  (12) Press
 • Volunteers keep public access television alive  (10) Press
 • ROUNDUP: Bristol Central boys cross country places sixth in championship race at Wickham Invitationa  (6) Press
 • State tourney berths, seedings on the line for area teams during the coming week  (4) Press
 • This week's meetings  (2) Press

• sunday, october 13, 2019
 • Bristol invites voters to bring along $1 and a can of food to polls on Election Day  (28) Courant
 • Bristol Central girls swimming takes first in seven events to beat Bristol Eastern, St. Paul in City  (9) Press

• saturday, october 12, 2019
 • Bristol woman found at fault for Rt. 9 northbound accident involving a AAA tow truck  (55) Press
 • A timeline of tragedy: Bristol drug death statistics  (32) Press
 • Bristol City Council approves property tax abatement for pet food distributor to relocate to city  (28) Press
 • Antiques wanted at appraisal night at Barnes Museum  (17) Press
 • U.S. Sen. Murphy and Mayor Zoppo-Sassu host discussion on opioid crisis  (13) Press
 • ROUNDUP: Woznicki scores all four goals as unbeaten Bristol Eastern boys soccer beats visiting Avon  (8) Press
 • Bristol Adult Resource Center honors donors, supporters at gala  (4) Press
 • Plymouth Council approves charter revisions which will go to voters next November  (2) Press
 • Bristol Central football comes crashing back to earth as Wethersfield dominates second half to beat   (2) Press
 • Despite fifth straight loss, St. Paul Catholic football produces another solid showing at Woodland  (0) Press
 • Bristol Eastern football has no answer for Maloney passing attack in road loss  (0) Press

• friday, october 11, 2019
 • Bristol woman charged with larceny after police officer spotted her in stolen vehicle  (54) Press
 • Police: New Britain woman shoplifted with 11-year-old girl in Plainville  (39) Press
 • Home health aide will have to pay restitution after defrauding patient  (32) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bristol readies for Mum-A-Thon Oct. 20  (19) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (13) Press
 • Bristol Boys & Girls Club recognizes humanitarians at annual dinner  (7) Press
 • The Bristol Press receives the 2019 New England Newspaper of the Year, The New Britain Herald gets h  (7) Press
 • Football Preview: After big win last week, Bristol Central looking to get another against Wethersfie  (5) Press
 • City volleyball rivalry heats up as Rams, Lancers play memorable, nearly historic five-set match  (4) Press
 • ROUNDUP: St. Paul girls volleyball earns straight-sets victory over Torrington  (3) Press
 • Football Preview: St. Paul set to take on yet another tough test as it plays at Woodland tonight  (3) Press
 • Football Preview: Confident Bristol Eastern faces challenge as it takes on No. 11-ranked Maloney ton  (2) Press

• thursday, october 10, 2019
 • Olympia Sports in Bristol closing after being acquired by JackRabbit  (65) Press
 • Closed sign on the door at Century Buffet  (55) Press
 • Fourth dog dead following attack on woman in Terryville  (41) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (22) Press
 • Police blotter for the Oct. 11 edition  (18) Observer
 • Bristol man charged in Christmas Eve burglary considering plea bargain  (13) Press
 • Plainville boy hopes to send 8 veterans on retreat  (8) Press
 • Manchester man pleads guilty to striking Bristol police officer with stolen SUV  (8) Press
 • Bristol Eastern comes from behind to edge Bristol Central in five-set volleyball match for the ages  (6) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls soccer relying on young core to make state tournament push  (3) Press
 • Bristol Central girls soccer showing it can take down top competition after coming up just short in   (3) Press
 • State lawmakers unveil the Healthscore CT cost estimator  (3) Press
 • Plainville Choral Society to kick off a year-long 50th anniversary celebration this December  (2) Press
 • Analysis: Bristol Eastern football knows it has potential to be even better after two straight wins  (1) Press
 • St. Paul students experience City Hall first hand  (1) Press

• wednesday, october 09, 2019
 • Bristol sex offender sentenced to more probation following violations  (50) Press
 • 3 dogs dead following attack on woman in Terryville  (49) Press
 • Bristol man found with cocaine in apartment must decide on plea bargain  (24) Press
 • Bristol man to receive a year in prison for head-butting woman who was holding baby, violating prote  (19) Press
 • Councilor Dave Mills attends final meeting before retirement  (19) Press
 • Returning champion kisses Daisy the Pig for Imagine Nation  (10) Press
 • Middle schoolers get a taste for manufacturing  (10) Press
 • Bosco's goal helps Bristol Central girls soccer to first win over Bristol Eastern in five years  (8) Press
 • Plainville to make $1.5M worth of ADA upgrades with money from state  (7) Press
 • Analysis: Positive new attitude helps Bristol Central football enjoy best performance of season  (5) Press
 • There was plenty of intensity as Bristol Central, Bristol Eastern boys soccer teams faced off  (4) Press
 • Halloween in the Village to bring frights, delights to Plantsville  (3) Press

• tuesday, october 08, 2019
 • Bell City Diner celebrates grand opening with new menu, look  (63) Press
 • Terryville woman taken to hospital after being attacked by a dog  (53) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (28) Press
 • Plainville woman pleads not guilty to tampering with evidence in fatal beating of Bristol man  (27) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: What to do when dieting and exercise aren't enough   (11) Press
 • Middle schoolers get a taste for manufacturing  (9) Press
 • Terryville animal rescue to host fundraiser at brewery  (9) Press
 • Bristol collecting food for shelters on Election Day  (6) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Central's Natalia Popielarz and St. Paul's Ethan Remb  (6) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: What's your risk for breast cancer  (5) Press
 • Bristol Eastern, Bristol Central play to 1-1 tie in boys soccer match  (4) Press
 • Bristol candidates for local office introduce themselves to voters at fourm  (3) Press

• monday, october 07, 2019
 • PRIME TIME: Businessman didn't let failing health get him down  (45) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Historian is a City of Bristol retiree  (27) Press
 • NAPA Auto Parts prepares to celebrate their 50th year with renovations  (24) Press
 • Manafort Brothers in Plainville celebrates the completion of expansion  (20) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (16) Press
 • Greene-Hills students harvest rosemary from school garden to make all natural cleaner  (6) Press
 • City series events in boys and girls soccer, volleyball and swimming highlight week ahead  (3) Press
 • This week's meetings  (1) Press

• sunday, october 06, 2019
 • Bristol Central sophomore Clingan gets scholarship offer to play for UConn men's basketball  (28) Press
 • Trivia night fundraiser set for Oct. 18  (13) Observer
 • Bristol Eastern football uses dominant run game, stingy defense to beat Hartford Public for second s  (6) Press
 • Rough start to season continues for St. Paul football, suffers shutout loss to Ansonia  (1) Press

• saturday, october 05, 2019
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to possessing child pornography, to receive 30-month prison sentence  (43) Press
 • Retired Bristol optometrist says too much digital screen time negatively affects children's eyesight  (31) Press
 • Hartford man pleads guilty to forging prescription in Bristol, failing to appear in court  (13) Press
 • Sophomore quarterback Rosa leads Bristol Central football to dominant victory over highly-regarded W  (10) Press
 • Meriden man who broke into Bristol home, assaulted 2 people sentenced to prison  (7) Press
 • In his third program in three seasons, former St. Paul quarterback Marchi finally able to showcase s  (6) Press
 • ROUNDUP: Bristol Central boys cross country wins 16th straight team title in annual city championshi  (5) Press
 • PARC's 19th Annual Helen & Danny Coughlin Memorial Walkathon is Saturday at Norton Park in Plainvill  (3) Press
 • Football Preview: Bristol Eastern Lancers aim to start winning streak, but aren't taking Hartford Pu  (2) Press
 • Football Preview: St. Paul Falcons face yet another big test in tough early season schedule as they   (1) Press
 • Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center will be open on Columbus Day  (0) Press
 • Knights of Columbus plan breakfast for Oct. 6  (0) Observer

• friday, october 04, 2019
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bristol lost a very talented individual  (70) Press
 • Bristol police issue Silver Alert for 20-year-old man  (52) Press
 • Double attempted carjacking suspect ID'd by Bristol police  (45) Press
 • Make-A-Wish grants Bristol Central High School junior her wish  (22) Press
 • Bristol man accused of robbing Lyft driver denies allegations, says he wants trial  (22) Press
 • Students and job-seekers flock to career fair in Bristol  (18) Press
 • Bristol man gets a year in prison for assaulting policeman, making racist comments to dispatcher  (13) Press
 • Bristol Central girls soccer defeated by tough and bigger South Windsor  (5) Press
 • Football Preview: Bristol Central must face another difficult test today as it takes on Windsor  (3) Press
 • Suicide prevention and awareness event in Terryville Sunday  (0) Press

• thursday, october 03, 2019
 • Man chased down by Bristol police, firefighter following report of attempted double carjacking  (63) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (41) Press
 • Bristol man charged in connection with theft at Plymouth legion trying to pay restitution   (35) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (14) Press
 • City Comptroller Diane Waldron receives award  (6) Press
 • Presentation at Bristol Historical Society will dive into movie makeup  (6) Press

• wednesday, october 02, 2019
 • Police, city officials looking into East Road traffic complaints  (65) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (44) Press
 • Hartford man allegedly choked Bristol police officer, threatened officers' families  (43) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Story on Miss Bristol was cover of first Bristol Times  (30) Press
 • Rearrest ordered for Plainville man charged in Rockwell Park beating  (20) Press
 • EEE outbreak claims third Connecticut victim  (12) Press
 • Lantern and ghost tours will bring out a spooky side of Plymouth's history  (9) Press
 • Analysis: Bristol Eastern football finds success with players contributing on both offense and defen  (7) Press
 • Plainville Pumpkin Festival returns on Oct. 19  (3) Press
 • Bristol NAACP to sponsor events this month, including candidate forum  (3) Press
 • ROUNDUP: Bristol Eastern boys soccer edges Maloney, winning shutout at home  (2) Press

• tuesday, october 01, 2019
 • Body found in Bristol last week appears to be result of suicide: police  (101) Press
 • Multiple adults, children taken to hospital after head-on crash in Bristol  (70) Press
 • Sales tax changes, safe gun storage rules among new state laws  (38) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • Bristol man gets 30 months in prison for selling crack cocaine  (24) Press
 • Bristol couple turned back in lawsuit against DPH over release of vaccination data  (12) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • ESPN, Disney volunteers visit children at Hartford hospital, deliver toys  (10) Press
 • City Comproller Diane Waldron receives award  (9) Press
 • Analysis: Bristol Central football needs to learn to play complete game to have success going forwar  (6) Press
 • Halloween Harvest fest returns  (5) Observer
 • Advisory on EEE issued in city  (4) Observer
 • Liberty Baptist celebrates 40 years Oct. 6  (4) Observer
 • Bristol NAACP to sponsor several events this month, including candidate forum  (2) Press
 • Imagine Nation celebrates fall Oct.26  (0) Observer

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• friday, october 18, 2019
 • City woman already charged in Bristol Hospital assault accused of assaulting another hospital employ  (5) Press  , New Posted
 • Trash to Treasure returns to Farmers Market this Saturday  (4) Press  , New Posted
 • Bristol police blotter  (4) Press  , New Posted
 • Bristol to unveil new traffic box art   (3) Press  , New Posted
 • Bestselling author shares his inspiration for his book at discussion with readers in Bristol  (2) Press  , New Posted
 • Man pleads not guilty to false statement charge in Plainville embezzlement case  (2) Press  , New Posted
 • Bristol area escapes wind storm without major power outages as thousands across the state report pow  (2) Press  , New Posted
 • Run a ton at Mum-A-Thon this Sunday  (0) Press  , New Posted
 • Imagine Nation invites kids to learn about Election Day, Veterans Day  (0) Press  , New Posted

• thursday, october 17, 2019
 • Booming businesses: 2 Bristol manufacturers are expanding  (53) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (29) Press
 • Alleged dirt bike YouTuber in Bristol seeking program to have charges thrown out   (25) Press
 • Bristol man charged in Southington attack of 2 men will have chance to keep record clean  (17) Press
 • Bristol man who was spared jail time in elderly mugging given another chance to stay out of jail fol  (14) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (10) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (7) Press
 • ROUNDUP: Bristol Central boys cross country wins CCC South title, girls share divisional crown after  (6) Press
 • Terryville High School to undergo accreditation visit  (3) Press
 • Tunxis Community College, College of Technology receive $1M grant for manufacturing resource center  (3) Press
 • Terryville Rotary Club honors 2 longtime members  (1) Press

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