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news from sunday, april 01 2018 to monday, april 16 2018

• monday, april 16, 2018
 • Bristol Bits: Best wishes to Joe Mone in retirement  (62) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (46) Press
 • Prime Time: Remembering Bristol's longest-serving police chief  (35) Press
 • Silver Alert issued for two Plainville teens  (30) Press
 • Hundreds turn out for CT Prime Time Senior Fair  (24) Press
 • Fewer games, but still plenty going on as students enjoy spring break  (15) Press
 • Senior Signals: Planning is important to safeguard your IRA  (12) Press
 • This week's meetings  (11) Press

• sunday, april 15, 2018
 • WATCH: Fight between Bristol Police and suspect goes viral  (77) Bristol Round
 • For Goodness Sake Growing with Six New Partner Agencies  (22) Bristol Round
 • Clock and Watch Museum in Bristol Offers Help With Inherited Clock Makeing Tools  (20) Bristol Round
 • ESPN is looking for a win with its new streaming service  (16) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Joins Nationwide Pledge to Protect Net Neutrality  (12) Bristol Round
 • Preparations under way for annual duck race May 6  (11) Observer

• saturday, april 14, 2018
 • Bristol police ID man who tried to steal cop car, injured 2 officers  (70) Press
 • Bristol man, accused of drunkenly crashing vehicle, possessing crack, granted program  (43) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (36) Press
 • The Big Bambino hit one over the fence at Muzzy Field  (32) Press
 • Program honoring WWI battle moves to new location   (19) Press
 • Bristol to Boston: City native, New Britain police chief recalls marathon running  (16) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • Simpson sisters form Bristol Eastern's No. 1 doubles team  (11) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Girard pitches strong in Bristol Eastern softball's win against Enfield  (9) Press
 • Prime Time Senior Fair returns today  (9) Press
 • Goralski twins off to strong start for Bristol Central girls tennis  (8) Press

• friday, april 13, 2018
 • Bristol police officer breaks hand apprehending suspect who tried to steal cop car  (87) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • Terryville teen who drove with man on vehicle roof will be arrested again: state prosecutors  (34) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Kowalczyk was one of the Pauls in Forestville  (27) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Central baseball falls short in loss to Hall  (18) Press
 • Lincoln College career fair offers a job for everyone  (14) Press
 • Bristol Central football's Hickey, Miller, Guzman receive National Football Foundation's scholar-ath  (13) Press
 • Teens clean up seniors' community garden in Bristol  (12) Press
 • All about robotics at Bristol middle school competition  (12) Press
 • Goulet performing in spotlight for Bristol Eastern baseball  (11) Press
 • Fire report for April 13  (10) Observer
 • Bristol Central girls tennis beats Bristol Eastern for first win of season  (9) Press
 • CT Prime Time Senior Fair will be full of resources  (8) Press
 • City hosts Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year competition  (6) Observer

• thursday, april 12, 2018
 • Bristol police still trying to ID suspect in attempted kidnapping  (51) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (48) Press
 • Aqua Turf Club to no longer host future NRA fundraisers  (32) Press
 • Police report attempted pickup of 16-year-old girl Tuesday night  (23) Observer
 • Southington police blotter  (20) Press
 • Bristol students heading to Invention Convention  (17) Observer
 • St. Paul girls soccer standout Davis announces decision to continue playing career at Belmont Abbey  (14) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball stymies New Britain offense in win  (14) Press
 • Season Preview: Bristol Central enters track season as area team to beat  (13) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Central softball showcases powerful offense in season-opening win against We  (11) Press

• wednesday, april 11, 2018
 • Bristol woman charged after leaving two young children home alone over weekend: police  (92) Press
 • Stafford janitor threatened school shooting, police say  (68) Press
 • Bristol man pleads not guilty in home invasion case  (42) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bristol Tramps hold 48th annual meeting  (30) Press
 • Bristol Hospital, city close on Centre Square development deal  (28) Press
 • Bristol Police Investigate Attempted Abduction  (22) Bristol Round
 • Historical society reopens after renovations, programs planned  (16) Press
 • 100th Anniversary of Seicheprey: Remembering Bristol’s Heroes — Helped Name Memorial Boulevard  (15) Bristol Round
 • St. Paul boys lacrosse team gets big win over visiting Lewis Mills  (14) Press
 • Bristol Eastern softball, pitcher Girard faced huge test in season debut  (13) Press
 • Students in Bristol high schools invited to apply for scholarship  (12) Observer
 • Refuse To Be A Victim class offered this month  (10) Observer
 • Tickets for Bristol duck race now on sale  (10) Press
 • St. Paul softball enjoys third straight win with romp over Waterbury Career Academy  (9) Press
 • Bristol's Choiniere inducted into Connecticut Football Officials Hall of Fame  (7) Press
 • Mayor signs proclamation in honor of Library Week  (7) Observer
 • Special Education Scholarships Available for Students  (6) Bristol Round

• tuesday, april 10, 2018
 • Bristol man skips court in hit-and-run case  (71) Press
 • Super Natural Market in Bristol needs donations to stay open  (70) Press
 • Bristol RTC endorses school board replacement  (70) Press
 • Bristol woman allegedly conspired to steal brother's identity while he was hospitalized  (51) Press
 • Plainville man pleads not guilty in vicious attack of two men at Norton Park  (38) Press
 • Bristol church to host Renaissance dinner  (30) Press
 • Meriden man, charged in Bristol sex assault, accused of violating protective order  (24) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (21) Press
 • ESPN+ service launches April 12  (15) Bristol Round
 • Rep. Pavalock-D’Amato asks residents to take survey  (14) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Eastern softball can't get past Southington, Zazzaro  (13) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Central's Shy-Ann Whitten and Bristol Eastern's Josh   (12) Press
 • Betts Works to Boost CT Manufacturing  (11) Bristol Round
 • Lincoln College invites public to career fair  (11) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Poirot playing strong for St. Paul softball  (9) Press
 • Mayor Proclaims National Library Week  (8) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Will Raise 'Donate Life' Flag On Tuesday  (7) Courant
 • Bristol's Imagine Nation Museum To Host 'Art Speaks'  (7) Courant

• monday, april 09, 2018
 • Any way you slice it, Rotary Club's Great Pizza Challenge is a success  (54) Press
 • Bristol Bits: Column inspires a sleigh ride down Memory Lane  (42) Press
 • Senior Signals: When it's time to have 'The Talk'  (17) Press
 • Prime Time: The interesting life of Dr. Jared Pardee  (17) Press
 • Bristol PD Fields Extra Patrols For Distracted Driving  (15) Courant
 • State students may be taught about Safe Haven  (13) Press
 • Spring may be late, but summer school is right on schedule  (13) Press
 • Operation Peacce robotics team's success is to tie dye for  (12) Press
 • Standout Bristol natives Gleason, Holden lead CCSU softball  (12) Press
 • This week's meetings  (10) Press
 • St. Paul baseball defeated despite allowing no earned runs  (8) Press
 • Fire report for April 6  (6) Observer

• sunday, april 08, 2018
 • Popular Bristol Eatery Seeks Donations to Stay Open  (125) Bristol Round
 • YOUR VIEW: Transparency has disappeared in Bristol  (37) Press
 • Hot topics to be discussed at next council meeting  (33) Bristol Round
 • Highway toll on Rt. 9?  (30) Bristol Round
 • Martin meets with Home Builders and Remodelers group  (19) Observer
 • Tolls, Marijuana, Gambling And Budget Remain On General Assembly's Agenda  (17) Courant
 • Jobs Roundup 4/8/18  (16) Bristol Round
 • Journeys with Jim: Spring turkey season is almost upon us  (10) Press

• saturday, april 07, 2018
 • Wallingford man accused of defrauding Bristol business owner  (77) Press
 • Bristol man, charged in fatal overdose, drug raid, taken into custody after absconding program  (70) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (45) Press
 • Council to begin discussing possible move for City Hall   (42) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (18) Press
 • A new approach: Hospitals changing how they help opioid-addicted babies  (12) Press
 • WEEKEND SPOTLIGHT: Tale of bullying comes out following Press article  (12) Press
 • Competition helps break stigma of mental illness  (11) Press
 • Genaro to return to Bristol Blues pitching staff this summer  (11) Press
 • Bartok Campaign Reports Meeting Thresholds to Apply for Citizen’s Election Program  (10) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Eastern baseball looks to build off strong opener  (10) Press
 • Youthful Central set to take field  (7) Observer
 • Shepard Meadows plans fundraiser April 11 for ‘Operation Warrior Horse’  (6) Observer
 • Mayoral, council terms discussed by CRC  (5) Observer

• friday, april 06, 2018
 • Bristol Republican school board member resigns effective immediately  (86) Press
 • Great Pizza Challenge will go on Sunday  (40) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: A history lesson and a flashback to a six-time mayor  (37) Press
 • Police blotter for April 6  (21) Observer
 • Plainville police blotter  (20) Press
 • ESPN to air episode taking viewers behind scenes of SportsCenter  (19) Observer
 • Fate of former Plymouth Main Street School up in the air  (19) Press
 • Health Department Releases March Inspection Scores  (18) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Eastern baseball has strong offensive showing in season-opening win against Plainville  (18) Press
 • Gas leak closes part of Park Street in Bristol  (16) Press
 • Bristol schools to get out June 20  (12) Press
 • Tunxis launches website for veteran students  (12) Observer
 • Bristol Central looks toward postseason life  (9) Observer
 • Legislators meet with constituents Friday morning  (8) Observer
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul girls tennis picks up first win of season  (8) Press
 • 'Live United': United Way honors community members  (7) Press
 • BE eyes deeper journey into postseason  (7) Observer

• thursday, april 05, 2018
 • Bristol car accident sends pedestrian to hospital with broken leg  (94) Press
 • Bristol Police seek missing woman  (53) Bristol Round
 • Terryville man gets 90 days in prison for nearly hitting two police cruisers while drunk  (46) Press
 • Minor’s Farm Pushed to Get Big or Go Bust  (36) Bristol Round
 • Three suspects in rash of Bristol robberies to be prosecuted in higher court  (35) Press
 • Living the snowbird dream at the Plainville campgrounds  (16) Bristol Round
 • Alan Boardman’s Fake News: The Editorial Declaration  (14) Bristol Round
 • Petit considering run for Congress, but says no decision yet  (13) Press
 • New lab equipment unveiled at Bristol Hospital  (12) Observer
 • PRWA announces river cleanup in Plymouth, Bristol, and Plainville  (9) Bristol Round
 • St. Paul boys lacrosse blanks Wolcott in season opener  (8) Press
 • Plainville council turns down budget, debates firetruck  (8) Press
 • Dining listings, starting April 6  (8) Observer
 • Health listings, starting April 6  (7) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting April 6  (6) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting April 6  (6) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting April 6  (5) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting April 6  (4) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting April 6  (3) Observer

• wednesday, april 04, 2018
 • Bristol man convicted of assaulting cop, lighting small fire in woman's home  (49) Press
 • Bristol man accused of assaulting pregnant woman in front of young children  (40) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Air Force vet recognized, memories of the family store  (40) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (27) Press
 • Police release photo, update on missing Bristol baby  (21) Press
 • Summer registrations open at Bristol Boys & Girls Club  (18) Press
 • Police cancel Silver Alert after finding 4-month-old Bristol girl, mother  (16) Press
 • Rackliffe throws his hat in the ring for the 79th district  (14) Press
 • Bartok running again for 77th district  (13) Press
 • Season Preview: Area golf teams have varying expectations this spring  (11) Press
 • City joins Sustainable CT  (11) Observer
 • Singles players have strong day for St. Paul girls tennis in loss to Sacred Heart  (10) Press
 • Liberty Bank to donate to homeless shelter for every new mortgage  (7) Press
 • National Library Week coming April 8 to 14  (4) Observer

• tuesday, april 03, 2018
 • Bristol police issue missing persons alert for 4-month-old  (53) WFSB
 • Bristol man charged in Massachusetts burglary  (50) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (43) Press
 • Great Pizza Challenge needs pizzerias or will be canceled  (41) Press
 • Bristol to receive millions in road construction and improvements  (32) Bristol Round
 • Plainville police blotter  (24) Press
 • Get off your phone — Bristol Police to crackdown on distracted drivers  (14) Bristol Round
 • Get up with ESPN: Network launches live morning talk show  (12) Press
 • Bristol police, area departments kick off distracted driving campaign  (10) Press
 • Betts looks to hear from local manufacturers in Bristol  (10) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Eastern's Jordan Ouellette and Bristol Central's Hunt  (8) Press
 • Bristol police looking for missing baby  (8) Press
 • Tunxis to Hold College Planning Conference  (7) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Joins Sustainable CT Initiative  (7) Bristol Round
 • April is distracted driver awareness month; Bristol police to ticket  (7) Observer
 • Blumenthal Continues Focus on Gun Debate  (4) Bristol Round

• monday, april 02, 2018
 • Firefighter injured after fire at Ross' junkyard in Bristol  (79) Press
 • Bristol Bits: Happy 95th birthday, 10th Mountain Division veteran Tony Sileo  (34) Press
 • As a partner ages, blended families are not always like 'The Brady Bunch'  (25) Press
 • Democrats tell Esty to quit; she refuses  (16) Press
 • Honorees for 48th annual Bristol Tramps dinner announced; event to be held Friday  (13) Press
 • Prime Time: Edward Rockwell was one of Bristol's most admired citizens  (11) Press
 • Volunteers deliver Easter meals to Bristol's elderly and lonely  (11) Press
 • Kids hunt for Easter eggs among Manross Library's stacks  (8) Press
 • Free Talks Will Trace The History of Bristol's Forestville  (7) Courant
 • This week's meetings  (6) Press

• sunday, april 01, 2018
 • Another Teen Goes Missing in Bristol — Why?  (96) Bristol Round
 • Alan Boardman’s Fake News: Forestville Easter Egg Hunt Goes Awry  (44) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Resident Releases New Book — A Lighthearted Tale Illustrating the Challenges Faced by Famili  (20) Bristol Round
 • Mayor Zoppo-Sassu to Host “Donate Life” Flag Raising Event  (20) Bristol Round
 • Autism School Invites the Public to Indulge in “Autism Sweets” Featured By Local Establishments  (14) Bristol Round


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• monday, april 30, 2018
 • BRISTOL BITS: Out and about on a Saturday afternoon  (54) Press
 • Bristol Sports Hall of Fame honors scholar-athletes at 20th annual recognition dinner  (24) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Deacon Bryan Hooker, a Builder of Bristol  (17) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Hospice is about caring, not curing  (17) Press
 • St. Paul baseball beats Lewis Mills for 10th victory of season  (13) Press
 • City matchups highlight week ahead in area high school sports  (13) Press
 • Family Kids Walk raises funds for Connecticut Children's Medical Center  (10) Press
 • This week's meetings  (8) Press

• sunday, april 29, 2018
 • Bristol Tries Attacking Opioid Crisis On Several Fronts  (41) Courant
 • Fire report for April 27  (30) Observer
 • Elvis and teens: Musical gets ‘All Shook Up’  (18) Observer

• saturday, april 28, 2018
 • 'Spree arsonist' charged in another Bristol fire  (75) Press
 • New agreement allows 24-hour shift for firefighters  (40) Press
 • Turkey supper today  (22) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (20) Press
 • Lions hope to sprout tree growing on Arbor Day  (16) Press
 • Students become teachers for a day at Cambridge Park  (14) Press
 • Bristol Girls Little League Softball to celebrate 10-year anniversary this weekend  (14) Press
 • Kilbourne, Pauloz leading St. Paul girls tennis  (13) Press
 • Early earnings: Community organizations help teens find summer jobs  (13) Press
 • St. Paul's Sturm wins boys hammer throw for second consecutive year at O'Grady Relays  (12) Press
 • Rivera becoming key pole vaulter for Bristol Eastern outdoor track  (10) Press

• friday, april 27, 2018
 • Neighbors complaint leads to drug arrests  (73) Observer
 • Bristol drug raid nets 2 arrests, turns up more than 300 bags of fentanyl  (56) Press
 • Bristol woman, charged with prostitution in Plymouth, assault in Southington, applies for program  (56) Press
 • Bristol man to serve 6 years in prison for having sex with teen in New York, Connecticut  (50) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • Bristol Bits: Well-deserved praise for Howard Schmedler  (36) Press
 • Bristol house cleaner who stole from elderly man spared prison time  (27) Press
 • Main Street Pint & Plate Restaurant Opens As Bristol Hopes To Revitalize Downtown  (26) Courant
 • Alleged Bristol drug dealer headed to trial  (21) Press
 • Bristol Sports Hall of Fame to host roundtable discussion among former athletes from St. Anthony's H  (16) Press
 • Police blotter for April 27  (13) Observer
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul girls lacrosse ties program win record with victory over Housatonic  (12) Press
 • Bristol woman, charged with prostitution in Plymouth, assault in Southington, applies for program  (12) Press
 • CT House Passes Act Mandating Insurance of Essential Health Benefits & Expanding Health Benefits for  (11) Bristol Round
 • Zion Lutheran pays tribute to volunteers  (9) Observer
 • Bristol’s Choinere inducted into Hall of Fame  (8) Observer
 • Bristol Fire Department: We are still in brush fire season  (8) Bristol Round
 • Kilbourne, St. Paul girls tennis dominates Ansonia  (8) Press
 • Big Bust: Bristol Police nab man with over 300 bags of fentanyl, 40 grams of crack & 17 grams of mar  (7) Bristol Round
 • 'Best turnout yet' for Plainville chamber awards dinner  (7) Press
 • Charter Revision Commission weighs options for holding officials accountable  (6) Press
 • Legislators, businesses gather for discussion  (6) Observer
 • Drug Take Back day on Saturday  (6) Observer
 • Plainville Sports Hall of Fame announces Class of 2018  (5) Press

• thursday, april 26, 2018
 • Bristol man, charged with drunkenly hitting 2 people with SUV, trying to leave, likely headed to prison  (99) Press
 • CT Hospitals Rank Among Lowest in Nation for Safety: Bristol Hospital Receives High State Score  (32) Bristol Round
 • Plainville mother, charged with DUI with child in car, given second chance   (30) Press
 • Visions For Vacancies: Vacant Lot on New Route 72 Expressway  (27) Bristol Round
 • Mr. BCHS male beauty pageant at Bristol Central Saturday  (23) Press
 • Downtown Bristol Selected as Top “Opportunity Zone”  (21) Bristol Round
 • Centre Square road likely to be completed in June  (20) Press
 • Quota Club of Bristol hopes to attract new members  (20) Press
 • Petit decides against running for Congress  (19) Press
 • St. Paul's Kilbourne commits to Queens University of Charlotte to play tennis  (16) Press
 • Health listings, starting April 27  (16) Observer
 • Dining listings, starting April 27  (14) Observer
 • Engineering firm defends controversial Tilcon study   (14) Press
 • Zoppo-Sassu supports Mattei for attorney general  (11) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting April 27  (11) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting April 27  (11) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting April 27  (10) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting April 27  (9) Observer
 • Music listings, starting April 27  (7) Observer
 • Soap Box Derby Racers Compete in Bristol  (7) Bristol Round
 • More than 5,000 plastic ducks race to finish line in Bristol event  (7) Bristol Round

• wednesday, april 25, 2018
 • BRISTOL BITS: When Barbara Bush came to Bristol  (48) Press
 • Bristol man completes program, has domestic violence case dropped  (47) Press
 • Eversource rate increase, twice reduced, is approved  (30) Press
 • Volunteers needed to place flags on veterans’ graves Memorial Day weekend  (26) Observer
 • Southington police blotter  (24) Press
 • Memorial Day procession to be held in Bristol  (24) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul baseball blows out Ansonia  (21) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (21) Press
 • A Plate at the Table to help For Goodness Sake, to be held May 22  (20) Observer
 • Bristol police collaborate with DEA, water department in drug take back day  (18) Press
 • Central Conn. Chambers to honor small business owners in Bristol Monday  (17) Press
 • Wine tasting coming Friday to Imagine Nation  (16) Press
 • Bristol council backs restoration of internet neutrality  (13) Press
 • Martin supports bill to help vet with PTSD  (13) Observer
 • Plainville voters decide on town's 2018-19 budget  (12) Press

• tuesday, april 24, 2018
 • Main Street Pint & Plate, part of the 'nucleus of a new beginning,' opens  (73) Press
 • Winsted man dies in multi-car crash on Jerome Ave.  (52) Observer
 • Bristol woman, convicted in Medicaid fraud scheme, gets 4 years in prison  (40) Press
 • Bristol teen, reported missing last week, found: police  (24) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (18) Press
 • Vietnam War Lapel pins update  (17) Observer
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Eastern's Zoe Lowe and St. Paul's Julian Thayer  (15) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Treating depression in older adults  (12) Press
 • 20 local students headed to state Invention Convention  (11) Press
 • Environmental subcommittee criticizes study of proposed Tilcon expansion  (11) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Lowe provides walk-off hit as Bristol Eastern softball beats tough South Windsor in   (10) Press
 • Hall of Fame distributes honors  (10) Observer
 • St. Paul softball gains experience, bonding from trip to Florida  (9) Press
 • Date to sign up to get Vietnam pin moved up to April 30  (8) Press
 • Superheroes and princesses to land at Aqua Turf on April 28  (7) Observer
 • First-year coach Gumpert looking for progress with Bristol Eastern boys lacrosse  (6) Press

• monday, april 23, 2018
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering a friend 'who made people feel very special'  (75) Press
 • Bristol's Soap Box Derby 'a big family thing'  (24) Press
 • Bristol Eastern will host huge multi-team track meet to highlight week ahead  (20) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul baseball gets huge win, beating No. 2 state-ranked St. Joseph  (18) Press
 • Spring Fling craft fair raises funds for Mum Festival  (14) Press
 • Fire report for April 20  (12) Observer
 • This week's meetings  (8) Press

• sunday, april 22, 2018
 • Bristol police looking for missing teen  (51) Press
 • WWII soldier's long-lost rucksack returned to his family  (36) Press
 • WEEKEND SPOTLIGHT: Opera singing, Olympics, political firsts among storied women of Bristol  (11) Press
 • Emory University's Brereton to bring two-way game to Bristol Blues this summer  (11) Press

• saturday, april 21, 2018
 • 87 Year Old Man Killed in Bristol crash  (154) WFSB
 • Bristol police looking for missing teen  (55) Press
 • Plainville police looking for suspect after shots fired under Route 72 overpass  (53) Press
 • Bristol Man Gets $390,000 After Back Injury  (45) Bristol Round
 • Police find 3 after alleged apartment break-in attempt  (32) Press
 • Police blotter for April 20  (29) Observer
 • Crash results with fatality  (27) Press
 • SoVita Chiropractic opens seventh location  (19) Press
 • Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Slated for New Main St. Restaurant  (17) Bristol Round
 • Magical opening: City flocks to 77th OM Show with Disney theme  (15) Press
 • Disney entertainment shared in an OM style  (12) Observer
 • James P. Casey Road to shut down for Soap Box Derby this weekend  (11) Observer
 • St. Paul's O'Bright shines bright in walk-off victory against Oxford  (11) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Eastern softball has its way in blowout victory over Platt  (11) Press
 • Bristol Collision Repairer Wants Stronger Language from OEM  (11) Bristol Round
 • Middle school students send their robots off to work  (10) Observer
 • Bristol Eastern boys lacrosse shows inexperience in tough loss to Berlin  (9) Press
 • St. Paul football's Aiello, Dionne receive National Football Foundation's scholar-athlete awards  (9) Press
 • Arts, culture panel selected by council  (8) Observer
 • St. Paul softball's O'Bright shines bright in walk-off victory against Oxford  (8) Press
 • Wartime Service Medal applicants sought by center  (8) Press
 • CT Teen Tax Volunteers Help Low Income Families Receive $200,000 in Refunds  (5) Bristol Round
 • Free Earth Day Activities At Bristol's Indian Rock Nature Preserve  (5) Courant
 • Opera singing, Olympics, political firsts among storied women of Bristol  (5) Press
 • Bristol Adopts Net Neutrality Pledge  (4) Bristol Round
 • Bristol to Participate in National Volunteer Week  (3) Bristol Round

• friday, april 20, 2018
 • Former Bristol man suing priest for sexual abuse  (46) Press
 • Plainville Police Blotter  (21) Press
 • ESPN, Ivy League deal gives Bristol Central football's Hickey opportunity to showcase talents on nat  (19) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Muzzy Field expert readies for baseball season  (18) Press
 • Mum Festival fundraiser this weekend  (14) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Veldesi shuts out Bristol Eastern baseball  (12) Press
 • American Legion revisits WWI Battle of Seicheprey  (12) Press
 • Abramczyk off to strong start for Bristol co-op girls lacrosse  (10) Press
 • Despite youth, Bristol Central softball expects to compete this season  (9) Press

• thursday, april 19, 2018
 • Bristol police blotter  (74) Press
 • Journeys with Jim: No fish, lots of fun on opening day of season  (43) Press
 • Bristol Police Seek Resident, Business Participation In Surveillance Camera Registry  (39) Courant
 • 115 performers to take the stage in OM Show  (23) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Central baseball beats Middletown for second straight win  (18) Press
 • Legislative breakfast in Bristol talks state budget  (16) Press
 • Girard, Lowe, Keegan lead young core of Bristol Eastern softball  (15) Press
 • Wheeler: May is National Foster Care Month  (12) Bristol Round
 • Support group listings, starting April 20  (12) Observer
 • Dining listings, starting April 20  (12) Observer
 • Bristol Central softball can't slow down strong Middletown offense  (11) Press
 • Plainville's budget vote will be April 24  (9) Press
 • Bristol Economic Growth Projects Move Forward  (8) Courant
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting April 20  (8) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting April 20  (7) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting April 20  (6) Observer
 • Health listings, starting April 20  (6) Observer
 • Register now for the Mum Festival Parade  (6) Observer
 • May is Foster Care Month  (5) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting April 20  (5) Observer

• wednesday, april 18, 2018
 • Bristol police gather database of community's cameras  (48) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Library retiree knits together her dreams, opens shop  (41) Press
 • Bristol woman, accused of filing false stolen car report after hit-and-run, seeking first-time offen  (32) Press
 • Bristol woman, charged with assaulting Bristol Hospital employee, applies for program  (31) Press
 • Condition of home field forces Bristol Eastern softball to play at Casey Field against E.O. Smith  (15) Press
 • Season Preview: Bristol Central girls outdoor track enters year as area team to beat  (12) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul softball picks up win on Florida trip to Walt Disney World Resort  (11) Press
 • Bristol Eastern softball rallies in final inning to walk off against E.O. Smith  (11) Press
 • Plymouth to hold budget public hearing Thursday  (8) Press

• tuesday, april 17, 2018
 • Police: Shoplifter tried to punch female supermarket worker  (102) Press
 • Bristol firefighters make quick work of blaze at vacant home  (52) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (46) Press
 • Bristol man who tried to steal cop cruiser says he doesn't remember incident; cop injured expected t  (36) Press
 • Forestville American Legion partners with St. Matthew School  (22) Press
 • Bristol resident Muniz playing for Puerto Rico's Women's U17 National Team  (20) Press
 • Healthy Living: Opioids aren't the only option for pain control  (14) Press
 • Lincoln College anounces speaker for its May 11 commencement  (13) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Central's Gabby Abramczyk and St. Paul's David Harrol  (11) Press
 • Bristol man says he doesn't remember scuffle in which officer broke hand  (11) Press
 • Saturday is Healthy Kids Day at YMCA in Plainville   (10) Press
 • Organizations invited to participate in Memorial Day procession  (8) Observer
 • Council supports Net Neutrality Pledge  (7) Observer


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