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news from thursday, march 01 2018 to friday, march 16 2018

• friday, march 16, 2018
 • SWAT team called to Bristol home after city man allegedly threatens family, police  (131) Press
 • Bristol woman allegedly bit paramedic  (58) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (41) Press
 • Former ESPN president says cocaine extortion plot led to his resignation  (32) Press
 • Schedule changes coming for Bristol Fire Dept. union members  (31) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Name this cone and win a cone  (21) Press
 • Traffic changes for Saturday’s Shamrock Run  (17) Observer
 • Police blotter for March 16  (16) Observer
 • Betts appointed as Ranking Member of Public Health Committee  (13) Observer
 • Former councilor Fuller wants to take on Pavalock-D’Amato in 77th  (11) Observer
 • Bristol co-op freshmen swimmers Bartolome, Litwinczyk have stand out season  (7) Press
 • Martin addresses special education advocates  (6) Observer

• thursday, march 15, 2018
 • Bristol sub shop robbed, foot long of cash undetermined  (68) Bristol Round
 • Bristol student speaks about walkout  (36) Press
 • Cash mob event to support Dynamite Deals Sunday  (30) Observer
 • Bristol man, charged in sex assault, seeking plea bargain from judge  (26) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (23) Press
 • Warming Center is having a fundraiser on Saturday  (21) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (20) Press
 • Bristol Eastern High School students walked out Wednesday morning to express their anger on school s  (14) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls basketball coach Floyd to be inducted into Connecticut Women's Basketball Hall  (13) Press
 • Community Foundation Celebrates Record Year and Elects Directors  (11) Bristol Round
 • Shamrock Run to kick off for 16th year Saturday  (10) Press
 • Music listings, starting March 16  (9) Observer
 • Bristol boys swimming struggles in Class LL finals  (4) Press
 • Meeting listings, starting March 16  (4) Observer
 • Health listings, starting March 16  (4) Observer
 • Keystone Club raises funds to go to national conference  (4) Press
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting March 16  (3) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting March 16  (3) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting March 16  (2) Observer
 • Dining listings, starting March 16  (2) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting March 16  (2) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting March 16  (1) Observer

• wednesday, march 14, 2018
 • Bristol police investigating Subway robbery  (87) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Who is this man? Play along  (54) Press
 • Robbery on Pine Street; police seek suspect  (39) Observer
 • Meet St. Stanislaus Church's new pastor, Tomasz Sztuber  (28) Press
 • 'A Day on the Hill' to discuss statewide school funding, issues  (20) Press
 • Bristol Hospital reporting loss  (16) Observer
 • Bristol Schools Seek Hefty Budget Increase For Special Education  (15) Courant
 • Watershed association’s annual meeting March 25  (8) Observer
 • Healthy Living: Caring for the community: colon cancer prevention made simple  (8) Press
 • Bristol Eastern wrestling seniors leave mark on program  (4) Press

• tuesday, march 13, 2018
 • Torrington man accused of breaking into Bristol home, stealing car  (60) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (58) Press
 • Boys Club icon, Rex Hamilton, dies at age 81  (33) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (22) Press
 • Bristol boys co-op swim team has mixed results in Class LL prelims  (11) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Central's Carissa Ouellette and Isaiah Miller  (7) Press
 • Local towns ready for third nor'easter to hit  (7) Press

• monday, march 12, 2018
 • Kevin Ollie Gets Fired: Twitter Reacts  (61) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Bits: A moving tribute to U.S. soldiers  (38) Press
 • Jobs Roundup | 3/11/18  (31) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Hospital Foundation's Festival of Wine a spirited success  (25) Press
 • Kids learn 'All About Snakes' at Barnes Nature Center  (21) Press
 • Prime Time: Builder of Bristol Tom Martin  (20) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: What's a health care representative and do I need one?  (19) Press
 • 'From the Vine Wine Tasting' Planned Next Month in Bristol  (15) Courant
 • This week's meetings  (14) Press

• sunday, march 11, 2018
 • Community wines and dines to support Bristol Hospital  (26) Press
 • Fire report for March 9  (24) Observer

• saturday, march 10, 2018
 • Bristol woman pleads not guilty to prostitution charge  (104) Press
 • Man with history of drug sale convictions charged again  (63) Press
 • Recalling the night of officer Jim Burns' death  (48) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (45) Press
 • Man pleads guilty to threatening Bristol woman, others with shotgun  (39) Press
 • School board wants parents to speak up on budget proposal at meetings  (16) Press
 • Bristol moped crash sends one person to hospital  (16) Press
 • Bristol Central boys basketball's comeback falls short, Rams lose to Wilton in second round of Divis  (14) Press
 • Novo Precision planning from city grant  (11) Press
 • WWI among upcoming programs at historical society  (11) Press
 • Novo Precision planning from city grant  (8) Press
 • Bristol Central wrestler Trelli showed resilience in final two weeks of season  (6) Press

• friday, march 09, 2018
 • Former Chippens Hill principal made assistant superintendent  (64) Press
 • Bristol man, accused of speeding away from police while gas was pumping, seeking treatment  (57) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (50) Press
 • Bristol man accused of drunkenly hitting pole applies for program  (37) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Terryville soldier killed in Vietnam remembered  (32) Press
 • Bristol Central, St. Paul boys basketball teams ready to play after extended wait  (22) Press
 • Bristol Central gymnast Ouellette a success as one-person team   (19) Press
 • Police blotter for March 9  (17) Observer
 • Seven New Flu Deaths Reported in Connecticut; Health Officials Say Worst Of Outbreak Over  (17) Courant
 • Actress impersonated three women of the 1800s to honor Women's History Month in Bristol  (17) Press
 • Boys and Girls Club salutes honored youth  (12) Observer
 • Main Street Community Foundation collaborates to support new journalism series on impact of state fi  (10) Observer
 • Indoor tag sale set for Senior Center April 7  (10) Observer
 • Next Youth Cabinet Meeting Slated For March 13  (9) Bristol Round
 • Bristol’s marketing rep wins national social media honor  (9) Bristol Round
 • Hospital opens new behavioral health unit  (8) Observer
 • After Tough Year, Bristol Hospital Sets Target Of Breaking Even  (8) Courant

• thursday, march 08, 2018
 • Former ESPN on-air personality files sex harassment lawsuit  (54) Press
 • Journeys with Jim: Illegal dumping problem in state forests   (34) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (29) Press
 • Bristol Central boys basketball want fans to pack gym for second round of Division II state tourname  (23) Press
 • Despite loss, Bristol Hospital built up foundation  (22) Press
 • Bristol's fantastic four on court: Goulet, Miller, Plantamuro, Spencer are all-conference  (21) Press
 • Health listings, starting March 9  (15) Observer
 • Bristol Preschool accepting applications for 3 and 4 year olds  (11) Observer
 • Music listings, starting March 9  (10) Observer
 • Dining listings, starting March 10  (9) Observer
 • City’s marketing specialist honored by PR News  (9) Observer
 • Meeting listings, starting March 9  (9) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting March 9  (8) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting March 9  (8) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting March 9  (7) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting March 9  (7) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting March 9  (7) Observer
 • Plainville town manager proposes 2.6% budget increase  (7) Press

• wednesday, march 07, 2018
 • Bristol man, alleged crack dealer, could be facing more than 8 years in prison  (80) Press
 • Meals for Neighbors needs volunteers  (34) Observer
 • Renovations near completion at Bristol Historical Society  (21) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (20) Press
 • Bristol Eastern wrestling head coach Lishness named Class L Coach of the Year  (14) Press
 • Hubbell Elementary in Bristol honored by state  (12) Press
 • Health, wellness to be spotlighted at expo Saturday in Bristol  (11) Press
 • Narcan training offered this month  (11) Observer
 • Region readies for snow storm coming in Wednesday  (10) Press
 • Boys & Girls Club tackling Brackets For Good for 2nd time  (9) Press
 • Parking ban Wednesday  (8) Observer
 • Bristol Eastern's Marshall, Gonzalez look to build off strong junior seasons for football, wrestling  (8) Press
 • Youth cabinet meeting set for next Tuesday  (6) Observer

• tuesday, march 06, 2018
 • Potential for biggest snow storm of the season Wednesday  (37) Press
 • Bristol man accused of threatening to shoot up local church  (119) Press
 • Naugatuck man allegedly threatened to stab, kill Bristol woman  (54) Press
 • Study: Tilcon proposal would kill wildlife, habitats  (31) Press
 • Winter storm necessitates early trash pick-up Wednesday  (29) Observer
 • Willis St. project in Bristol aims to restore forest habitat  (27) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (27) Press
 • Bristol marketing specialist honored by PR News  (20) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Eastern's Trinidad Gonzalez and St. Paul's Aidrianna   (14) Press
 • Connecticut DOT Gets Icy Reception for Plan To Boost Transit Fares, Cut Service  (14) Courant
 • ESPN announces new president  (14) Press
 • St. Paul boys basketball advances to second round of Division III tournament with win over Joel Barl  (13) Press
 • Zoppo-Sassu talks to Tunxis students, encourages young people in government  (12) Press
 • Teddy Bear Health Clinic Coming To Bristol  (10) Courant

• monday, march 05, 2018
 • Bristol police blotter  (52) Press
 • Bristol Bits: Meet Rick Fitzsimons, a man with a clan and a paintbrush  (43) Press
 • Terryville woman's book tells ghost stories of Chippeny Hill  (34) Press
 • Prime Time: A survivor of the battle of Seicheprey who became a Bristol cop  (28) Press
 • Saving the house (or farm) when your spouse is in long-term care  (20) Press
 • Kids tap into a New England tradition at Maple Festival in Plymouth  (17) Press
 • Speaker shares memories of World War II era in library program  (17) Press
 • State considers action on net neutrality appeal  (12) Press
 • This week's meetings  (11) Press
 • Bristol Eastern council hosts blood drive  (9) Observer

• sunday, march 04, 2018
 • Bristol Central wrestler Trelli puts stamp on all-time great career for the Rams at New England Cham  (29) Press
 • Bristol Eastern wrestlers have strong seasons on mat, three compete at New Englands  (19) Press
 • Bristol boys swimming places third at CCC championship  (14) Press
 • GOP holding organization meeting  (13) Observer

• saturday, march 03, 2018
 • Alleged false statement filed by city woman over boyfriend dispute  (59) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (47) Press
 • Case dropped against alleged fraudulent credit card charges  (46) Press
 • Storm knocks out power to 30 percent of Bristol Eversource customers  (43) Press
 • Nor'easter slams Bristol  (34) Press
 • Salary committee discusses city energy manager position pay  (29) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (23) Press
 • Festival of Wines returns next week  (15) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys basketball set up for future success  (13) Press
 • Bristol Development Authority amendment put on hold  (10) Press
 • Special year for St. Paul girls basketball despite early exit in Class M tournament  (9) Press
 • Rehab center at Bristol Hospital offers comradery  (9) Press

• friday, march 02, 2018
 • Bristol ethics board will not act on report on former mayor  (64) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (51) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: 'Mr. Mike' collects bottles, cans for the animals of ARF  (48) Press
 • Waterbury woman, charged in home health aide thefts in Bristol, could face perjury charge  (29) Press
 • Health Department Releases February Inspection Scores  (28) Bristol Round
 • Plainville police blotter  (26) Press
 • Police blotter for March 2  (23) Observer
 • Number of fatal overdoses in Bristol decreased  (20) Press
 • Forestville legion post raising funds for fishing derby  (17) Press
 • Bill calls for new Connecticut gambling study  (16) Press
 • St. Paul girls basketball defeated in second round of Class M state tournament  (13) Press
 • St. Paul boys basketball led by senior guards Arbuckle and Palmieri  (13) Press
 • Number of fatal overdoses in Bristol decreased  (13) Press
 • Bristol Hospital Opens Psychiatric Unit For Senior Citizens  (13) Courant
 • Fire report for March 2  (9) Observer
 • Chamber hosts legislators at annual breakfast  (9) Observer

• thursday, march 01, 2018
 • Bristol sex offender arrested again, accused of having sex with 15-year-old girl  (105) Press
 • Bristol man charged in seven armed robberies  (78) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (54) Press
 • Plainville woman pleads guilty to defrauding little league, cheerleading squad  (53) Press
 • Serious injuries avoided in two-car Bristol collision  (46) Press
 • Zoppo-Sassu signs new deal for firefighter work schedules  (35) Bristol Round
 • Bristol finance board approves $132K for Page Park Pool repairs  (29) Press
 • Tilcon study released; would nearly double water supply  (27) Press
 • Bristol Residents plagued by potholes  (27) Bristol Round
 • SECOND LOOK: Health district food inspector's job isn't always 'gravy'  (23) Press
 • Bristol Central, St. Paul boys basketball teams learn state tournament paths  (22) Press
 • Senior listings, starting March 2  (18) Observer
 • Bristol Boys & Girls Club names student Youth of the Year  (15) Press
 • Hearings held on possible ordinances, including makeup of BDA  (14) Observer
 • Two Bristol Youth Star in TV Talent Show  (12) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Central boys basketball to use loss against East Catholic as motivation in Division II tourn  (11) Press
 • Bristol Swings into Spring  (10) Bristol Round
 • Dining listings, starting March 2  (8) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting March 2  (8) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting March 3  (7) Observer
 • Music listings, starting March 2  (7) Observer
 • Meeting listings, starting March 2  (6) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting March 2  (6) Observer
 • Health listings starting March 2  (6) Observer
 • Rutkowski leads Bristol divers in CCC South meet  (6) Press
 • Bristol Hospital to host free Alzheimer's educational event  (6) Press


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news from saturday, march 17 2018 to saturday, march 31 2018

• saturday, march 31, 2018
 • Going to miss her: Greene-Hills mourns loss of 1st-grade teacher to cancer  (83) Press
 • Man convicted in DEA Bristol investigation exposed to a decade in prison for probation violation  (52) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (37) Press
 • Technology giving hospital quick help, savings  (11) Press

• friday, march 30, 2018
 • Former Terryville VFD embezzled about $80K: police  (80) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Former market owner celebrates 65 years of wedded bliss  (61) Press
 • Bristol man charged in ruse to attack, mug elderly man  (51) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (42) Press
 • $29M donation funds Bristol teachers' projects  (20) Press
 • Health listings, starting March 30  (19) Observer
 • Armed with cash, ‘Mob’ supports local businesses  (18) Observer
 • Season Preview: St. Paul enters baseball season as area team to beat  (16) Press
 • Bogey asks candidates for governor to sit down for some ribs, meet voters  (14) Observer
 • Police blotter for March 30  (14) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting March 30  (10) Observer
 • Dining listings, starting March 30  (9) Observer
 • Kids invited to experience hands-on art April 14  (9) Press
 • Performance listings, starting March 30  (7) Observer
 • Bristol's Manross Library To Host Easter Egg Hunt  (7) Courant
 • Senior listings starting March 30  (7) Observer
 • Music listings, starting March 30  (6) Observer
 • Meeting listings, starting March 30  (6) Observer
 • GOP’s Rackliffe will challenge Ziogas in 79th  (6) Observer
 • Creatives ready for annual OM show  (5) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting March 30  (4) Observer

• thursday, march 29, 2018
 • Bristol resident and former UMaine women’s basketball star dies of cancer at 42  (116) Bristol Round
 • Plainville man seriously injured in Farmington accident   (71) Press
 • Terryville teen drove with man on vehicle roof, jolted him off car with sharp turn: police  (65) Press
 • Bristol teenager goes missing for seventh time  (54) Bristol Round
 • Bristol police blotter  (48) Press
 • Plainville man, charged with manslaughter, told woman to 'be careful' before she OD'd  (39) Press
 • Bristol man accused of exposing himself at skate park applies for program  (34) Press
 • Season Preview: Bristol area boys lacrosse teams looking to build off previous seasons  (15) Press
 • Bristol Panera Bread Among Other Locations Raise Nearly $8,000 for Foodshare  (14) Bristol Round
 • Plainville police blotter  (14) Press
 • Ivy Drive principal honored for storytelling efforts  (12) Press
 • Season Preview: Bristol Eastern softball comes into year as area team to beat  (12) Press
 • Season Preview: Bristol area girls lacrosse teams seeking to establish, grow programs  (9) Press
 • Rotary Club presents annual Pizza Challenge April 8  (9) Observer
 • Members of state council criticizes Tilcon study  (6) Press
 • Annual Community Art Show: “Art Speaks”  (4) Bristol Round

• wednesday, march 28, 2018
 • Bristol McDonald's employee issued refunds to himself, costing company thousands of dollars  (101) Press
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to 6th DUI conviction in wrong-way Route 72 crash  (91) Press
 • Great Pizza Challenge is on — Who Makes the Best Pizza in Bristol?  (51) Bristol Round
 • Register now for Challenger baseball league for children with special needs  (49) Observer
 • Former Bristol Hospital Executive Wants To Be Legislator  (30) Courant
 • Bristol area schools welcome four new spring sports head coaches  (27) Press
 • Bristol native Severino set to begin first season as Miami Marlins play-by-play voice  (25) Press
 • Bristol Police Lieutenant honored by Salvation Army  (16) Bristol Round
 • City announces Good Friday closures  (13) Observer
 • Tribes warn that bill could hurt revenue sharing  (13) Press
 • Spencer, Arbuckle headline list of area basketball players named to All-State teams  (13) Press
 • Bristol area football players to represent state in renewed Governor's Cup game against Rhode Island  (12) Press
 • Can a New President Help ESPN Win Again?  (10) Bristol Round
 • American Clock & Watch Museum Announces Opening Day  (9) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Charter Revision Commission talks grants, term limits  (8) Press
 • Mayor’s April Youth Cabinet to Address Former Centre Mall Site  (7) Bristol Round
 • Library, Legion team up to honor Vietnam vets  (7) Observer
 • Register for boating class  (5) Observer

• tuesday, march 27, 2018
 • Terryville man accused of assaulting pregnant woman  (65) Press
 • “Taco Bell Mike” Gets Recognized By Mayor  (49) Bristol Round
 • Fire Marshal investigating fire at Bristol cell tower shed  (38) Press
 • Bristol woman talks about importance of fostering  (22) Press
 • Say hello to Bristol Future Champions Gymnastics  (15) Observer
 • Southington police blotter  (14) Press
 • The importance of colon cancer screening  (13) Press
 • UConn women's basketball routs South Carolina, reaches 11th straight Final Four  (13) Press
 • Say something: West Bristol students do not let others eat alone  (11) Press
 • Senator Martin Calls Commission’s Report a Sobering Look at Connecticut’s Reality  (10) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Central's Mark Petrosky and St. Paul's Molly Hooks  (6) Press
 • Scholar-Athlete Day is March 28  (5) Observer

• monday, march 26, 2018
 • Bristol Bits: New librarian enjoys getting to know the community  (37) Press
 • Prime Time: Alfred 'Bert' Nelson, a transformative Builder of Bristol  (20) Press
 • Bristol's Eileen McNulty honored at Exceptional Women concert  (17) Press
 • What athletics has taught one Bristol Eastern student  (14) Press
 • Senior Signals: How to communicate with a loved one who has Alzheimer's  (12) Press
 • Rehearsals begin for Disney-themed OM Show  (12) Press
 • Jobs Roundup 3/26/18  (11) Bristol Round
 • Fire report for March 23  (8) Observer
 • Cities and Towns Feel Pressured By State’s Fiscal Woes  (7) Bristol Round
 • This week's meetings  (6) Press

• sunday, march 25, 2018
 • The sales are here: All your Toys "R" Us liquidation questions answered   (31) CNN
 • Thousands In Connecticut, Fired Up By Gun Violence, Rally For Stricter Laws  (20) Courant

• saturday, march 24, 2018
 • Former employee accused of defrauding Carousel Museum   (110) Press
 • Meriden woman charged in Bristol burglary at elderly man's apartment   (61) Press
 • Weekend Spotlight: Vallee's Shoe Service -- 70 years and counting  (61) Press
 • 3 police officers, 2 firefighters honored as employees of the year  (49) Press
 • 10 months into mergers, area churches are thriving  (48) Press
 • Salvation Army to hold Appreciation Luncheon Monday  (29) Press

• friday, march 23, 2018
 • Bristol remembers Sara Asadow, owner of Super Natural Market  (98) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (77) Press
 • Bristol man pleads not guilty in apartment burglary  (55) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Good old laughs, stories from working at Barnes  (53) Press
 • Dude's Night Out a way for fathers, sons to bond  (43) Press
 • Police blotter for March 23  (42) Observer
 • Plainville police blotter  (37) Press
 • Bristol Hospital introduces new simulation room, medical mannequins  (36) Press
 • Hiring Season At Lake Compounce  (32) Courant
 • Whipping up some chocolate tastiness  (30) Observer
 • Bristol Youth Commission seeks nominations  (30) Bristol Round
 • Council hears report on proposed changes to firefighters’ schedule  (29) Observer
 • Safety in city’s schools  (29) Observer
 • St. Paul girls basketball player Udoh on right path to play at college level  (29) Press
 • Imagine Nation to host day of hands-on art workshops  (26) Bristol Round

• thursday, march 22, 2018
 • Rollover crash in Bristol sends man to hospital  (115) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (48) Press
 • Bristol Historical Society renovations on schedule  (21) Press
 • Vietnam War veterans wanted for pin ceremony  (20) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (19) Press
 • Dining listings, starting March 23  (17) Observer
 • Health listings, starting March 23  (15) Observer
 • Hague brothers to return to Muzzy Field, play for Blues  (12) Press
 • Kids’ listings, starting March 23  (10) Observer
 • United Way holds annual Community Builders’ Reception April 5  (9) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting March 23  (6) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting March 23  (5) Observer
 • Camp Sloper to host fishing derby April 14  (5) Press
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting March 23  (5) Observer
 • Music listings, starting March 23  (4) Observer
 • Meetings listings, starting March 23  (4) Observer
 • Seniors listings, starting March 23  (3) Observer

• wednesday, march 21, 2018
 • BRISTOL BITS: Barnes documentary needs current, former employees to interview  (34) Press
 • Statewide dance competition held in Bristol  (30) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (19) Press
 • Bristol area wrestlers set to compete in Virginia Beach Nationals  (15) Press
 • Shamrock race results  (13) Observer
 • Maghini, Janick have strong senior seasons for Bristol Eastern girls basketball  (11) Press
 • No action, but lots of talk of term limits at Bristol charter revision meeting  (11) Press
 • Another nor'easter taking aim at Bristol area  (10) Press
 • United Way to Honor “Community Builders”  (9) Bristol Round
 • Mayor Zoppo-Sassu holds first opioid task force meeting  (6) Bristol Round
 • Garbage collection to begin at 6 a.m. tomorrow due to impending storm  (5) Observer
 • Upcoming Events at Indian Rock & Barnes Nature Center  (4) Bristol Round
 • Parking ban implemented starting 6 a.m. on Wednesday due to storm  (4) Observer

• tuesday, march 20, 2018
 • Bristol man allegedly borrowed neighbor's vehicle, never returned it  (97) Press
 • Bristol man, charged in rash of AC thefts, offered plea bargain  (63) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (56) Press
 • Documentary suggests Hernandez was troubled by sexual orientation  (43) Press
 • Bristol Hospital Employee of the Month  (27) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Rep Ziogas: Time to “Change the Script”  (25) Bristol Round
 • How much trivia do you know?  (17) Observer
 • Zoppo-Sassu guest at Hartford Fire Department   (14) Bristol Round
 • Bristol police to host 'Coffee with a Cop' Wednesday  (14) Press
 • Lake Compounce hiring for upcoming season  (11) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble and the Bristol Old Tyme Fiddlers to collaborate “An evening with th  (11) Bristol Round
 • Bristol's Eileen McNulty among women to be honored at concert Saturday  (10) Press
 • Carousel Museum to offer Zumba classes  (6) Press
 • Seniors starred for St. Paul boys basketball, look to continue playing careers  (5) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Eastern's Justin Marshall and Avery Braccia  (5) Press
 • Mum Fest Ball, craft fair in works  (5) Observer
 • Pequabuck River Watershed Association Announces Annual Meeting  (4) Bristol Round
 • Wheeler to Host Community Education Forum on Opioids and Naloxone  (3) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Rep Named Ranking Member of State Legislature’s Public Health Committee  (2) Bristol Round
 • Have a sip from this fundraising ‘Vine’  (2) Observer
 • Tunxis Donates to Bristol Playscape Fund  (2) Bristol Round
 • Bristol school district's Samuel Galloway honored  (1) Press

• monday, march 19, 2018
 • Longtime club backer remembered fondly  (54) Press
 • History Mystery  (32) Press
 • Gymnastics club celebrates new name, website and logo  (19) Press
 • Bristol Central boys basketball had great senior core with Spencer, Miller, Plantamuro, Hickey, Lape  (14) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Understanding rights under Nursing Home Reform Act  (5) Press

• sunday, march 18, 2018
 • Hundreds show Irish spirit in Shamrock Run  (28) Press
 • Fire report for March 16  (14) Observer

• saturday, march 17, 2018
 • One person sent to hospital after vehicle ends up on church lawn in Bristol  (102) Press
 • City woman allegedly assaulted Bristol Hospital employee  (62) Press
 • WEEKEND SPOTLIGHT: First Bristol officer to die on duty was respected, well-liked  (43) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (35) Press
 • Church looking for volunteers  (24) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (17) Press
 • Trio of St. Paul football players announce plans to continue careers in college  (13) Press
 • Reimbursements will shift school budget back to solvency  (11) Observer
 • A new standard?: Students present findings on grading system alternative  (10) Press


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