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news from tuesday, may 01 2018 to wednesday, may 16 2018

• wednesday, may 16, 2018
 • Man implied he would bring gun to Plainville business, police allege  (62) Press
 • Bristol man wanted for failing to appear in sex assault case  (52) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (38) Press
 • Bristol Drowning Investigated As Accident  (31) Courant
 • Red Cross helps family after Bristol fire  (21) Observer
 • Plainville police blotter  (16) Press
 • Bristol Sports Hall of Fame panel talks about history of St. Anthony's sports  (12) Press
 • Man implied he would bring gun to Plainville business, police say  (9) Press
 • Bristol Central students post high scores on Latin exams  (9) Press
 • Betts, Pavalock-D’Amato praise passage of bill directed at prices for prescriptions  (8) Observer
 • Memorial Day procession planned for May 28  (8) Observer
 • Sen. Murphy salutes Bristol’s Beekley Medical  (6) Observer
 • St. Paul girls tennis wins in quarterfinal round of NVL team tournament  (6) Press
 • South Side students go full STEAM ahead  (5) Press
 • St. Paul baseball's contest against Holy Cross today is matchup of Class S powers  (4) Press
 • Police department sponsoring blood drive  (4) Observer
 • Local Republican legislators praise state compromise budget  (4) Observer

• tuesday, may 15, 2018
 • Police Identify Body Found in Pequabuck River  (126) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Man Unhappy With New Windows  (85) Bristol Round
 • Bristol police blotter  (42) Press
 • New funeral home to open in Plainville May 20  (39) Press
 • Yankee Harley Davidson to hold Grand Re-Opening events  (36) Press
 • Memorial Boulevard School to Become Performing Arts Magnet School  (25) Bristol Round
 • Plainville man pleads not guilty in vicious attack  (20) Press
 • Summer Work Experience Program Offered for Second Year  (12) Bristol Round
 • Bristol hoping to raise $50,000 to buy 2 drug-sniffing dogs  (10) Press
 • 'Hollywood at the Bijou' film screenings to return to Bristol Historical Society  (7) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are St. Paul's Jessica Persechino and Bristol Central's Dathan Hi  (7) Press
 • St. Paul baseball struggles offensively in loss to Oxford  (5) Press
 • Bristol Eastern golf getting contributions from five girls  (5) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol co-op girls lacrosse beats Wolcott for second straight   (5) Press

• monday, may 14, 2018
 • Autopsy shows man found in Pequabuck River drowned, no signs of foul play  (31) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: A couple of Car Talk type guys come through in the clutch  (38) Press
 • Bristol trying to raise $50K for 2 K9s to combat opioid epidemic: mayor  (14) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Fond memories of pediatric nurse Sophie Jadowicz  (12) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Central boys track wins team title at Greater Hartford Invitational  (10) Press
 • Letter Carriers' Food Drive delivers for seven area non-profits  (9) Press
 • Painting away on Mother's Day at Barnes Nature Center  (7) Press
 • New Connecticut chief justice hopes to improve confidence in the judiciary  (7) Press
 • Best senior Wii bowlers converge on Bristol for competition  (6) Observer
 • City contests in track, lacrosse, tennis highlight week ahead in area scholastic sports  (5) Press
 • This week's meetings  (3) Press

• sunday, may 13, 2018
 • Man's Body Recovered From Pequabuck River   (158) Press
 • What about that change in fire dept. schedules?  (39) Observer
 • Popular US baby names - 2017  (16) CNN
 • Fire report for May 11  (9) Observer
 • In Bristol, A Push To Encourage Youth To Engage In Government  (9) Courant
 • Letter Carriers' Food Drive Brings in Busload of Donations   (7) Press

• saturday, may 12, 2018
 • Bristol man facing sex assault, risk of injury charges in connection with 2 victims  (65) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (50) Press
 • Bristol man charged with narcotics offenses after accepting plea deal in firearms case; offer tabled  (38) Press
 • Many millennials: Generation is staking ground in the Mum City  (29) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Centennial celebration today for WWII dump truck driver  (21) Press
 • Toby is touted as City Mascot by mayor, students  (19) Press
 • Plenty of summer events in surrounding towns  (17) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball looking for pitchers to step up for postseason run  (10) Press
 • Registrar of voters candidate to be discussed by Plymouth Democrats  (9) Press
 • Lincoln college graduates ready for the world ahead  (6) Press
 • Bristol police raises funds for new K-9 dogs to aid in opioid efforts  (5) Bristol Round

• friday, may 11, 2018
 • Firefighters make quick work of Bristol house fire  (74) Press
 • State House approves funding for Memorial Boulevard School project  (34) Press
 • Police blotter for May 11  (24) Observer
 • Bristol Central's Miller, Guzman, Updegraff and Bernier announce college decisions to continue playi  (23) Press
 • Eversource rates set to go down beginning July 1  (21) Press
 • Pinning ceremony for Vietnam veterans June 2  (20) Press
 • PD initiates new Community Watch Team  (13) Observer
 • Everything was just ‘ducky’ in Forestville Sunday  (12) Observer
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul softball's O'Bright records 100th career hit in blowout victory over Crosby  (12) Press
 • Historical Society to honor Veterans Strong Center at annual dinner May 17  (12) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys golf can't match New Britain's top two golfers, drops close match  (11) Press
 • Area legislators support domestic violence arrest reform  (10) Observer
 • Connecticut lawmakers vote to pass bipartisan budget deal  (10) Press

• thursday, may 10, 2018
 • Council eyes crackdown on 'fake homeless' panhandlers  (88) Press
 • Bristol woman accused of spitting on cop, using racial slurs  (49) Press
 • History of St. Anthony’s High School presented May 10  (19) Observer
 • Lincoln College valedictorian eyes career in mortuary science  (16) Press
 • Lincoln College valedictorian eyes career in mortuary science  (14) Press
 • A night for the Nightingales: Bristol Hospital honors its nurses  (13) Press
 • Fradette ignites Bristol Eastern offense in win over Maloney  (13) Press
 • Senior listings, starting May 11  (12) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting May 11  (11) Observer
 • Meeting listings, starting May 11  (9) Observer
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul softball's Poirot dazzles on mound in win over Wolcott  (9) Press
 • Music listings, starting May 11  (9) Observer
 • Dining listings, starting May 11  (8) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting May 11  (7) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting May 11  (5) Observer
 • Health listings, starting May 11  (4) Observer
 • Loparco ready to return to Bristol Blues this summer for full season  (4) Press
 • Malloy to sign bill banning bump stocks  (4) Press
 • Kids listings, starting May 11  (3) Observer

• wednesday, may 09, 2018
 • Wolcott woman charged in fatal car accident in Bristol  (89) Press
 • DOT to Host Important Meeting on Rt. 72 & Rt. 69 Realignment — Includes Memorial Boulevard  (45) Bristol Round
 • BRISTOL BITS: Kim Damboise is a familiar face in cafeteria and deli  (43) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (34) Press
 • Historic Buildings of Bristol: Laurel Crest Academy  (22) Bristol Round
 • Bristol man allegedly stole furniture sets from Rent-A-Center: police  (22) Press
 • Bristol Central's Carrasco, Guerin and Macdonald announce decisions to continue playing careers at c  (17) Press
 • With experienced players getting healthy, Bristol Central baseball looking to make playoff push  (13) Press
 • Roadway resurfacing begins May 14  (12) Observer
 • Smooching sow gets Bristol seniors smiling  (10) Press
 • City Council salutes best of Bristol's youth  (8) Press
 • Bristol Celebrates Municipal Clerk Week  (7) Bristol Round
 • Republicans set to meet May 22  (6) Observer
 • ESPN to add UFC to streaming service  (5) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul girls tennis beats Seymour for eighth straight win  (4) Press
 • Special Olympians welcomed  (4) Observer
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul girls lacrosse continues breakout season with win against Amistad  (3) Press
 • Bristol students soak up Roman culture at Latin Day  (3) Press

• tuesday, may 08, 2018
 • Bristol woman awoke to burglar in home; suspect charged  (91) Press
 • Dead Body Found Near Green Lady Cemetery in Burlington  (89) Bristol Round
 • 2 Bristol women charged in vicious attack  (84) Press
 • Bristol man allegedly stole 2 vehicles, broke into home in less than an hour  (45) Press
 • New Signage Installed at ESPN Campus  (35) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Starts First Round of Spring Road Improvements — Did Your Road Make The List?  (33) Bristol Round
 • Police Announce Parking Restrictions at Peck Park  (25) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Council to Discuss Panhandling and Sexual Harassment Issues  (25) Bristol Round
 • Clock & Watch Museum to Host Identification Event  (9) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Eastern's Erin Girard and Jagger Duquette  (9) Press
 • State designates Opportunity Zone in downtown Bristol  (8) Press
 • Bristol Central softball fails to score in loss to Berlin  (7) Press
 • Warkoski, defense leads Bristol Central baseball to win over Berlin  (6) Press
 • Memorial Military Museum to present program on espionage in World War I  (6) Press
 • Martin Welcomes Special Olympic Athletes  (4) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Police and the American Red Cross to hold blood drive  (3) Bristol Round
 • HEALTHY LIVING: It's time for summer physical exams  (2) Press

• monday, may 07, 2018
 • BRISTOL BITS: A couple of classmates from a couple of years ago  (59) Press
 • Hundreds turn out for Bristol's Ducky derby  (32) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Capt. Robert Young was Bristol's 'most likable' firefighter  (18) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: A look back at the Deficit Reduction Act  (14) Press
 • Play ball! Forestville Little League holds its opening ceremony  (13) Press
 • TEAM Bristol continues a patriotic tradition  (12) Press
 • Postseason spots will be on the minds of many area teams during week ahead  (12) Press
 • This week's meetings  (9) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul softball shuts out Kennedy in Sunday afternoon game  (7) Press

• sunday, may 06, 2018
 • Capitol Roundup: Group Home Strike Averted; Crumbling Foundations Bill Passes House; Hartford Bailout Revised  (25) Press
 • Fire report for May 4  (21) Observer
 • Monastery Gallery of Art Exhibits Catholic High School Artwork  (14) Courant

• saturday, may 05, 2018
 • Helicopter called to pick up injured nursing home patient  (89) Press
 • Finance board shaves tax rate hike to 0.85 mills  (38) Press
 • For The 172nd Time, Lake Compounce Will Kick Off A Fresh Season  (27) Courant
 • Donations sought to keep Old Glory flying  (24) Press
 • School board votes to extend free lunch at more schools  (21) Press
 • Tunxis offers summer classes  (14) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Central softball beats Rocky Hill  (13) Press
 • Reservations being taken for Forestville history talk  (13) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul softball dominant in win over Derby  (12) Press
 • Imagine Nation toasts successful wine auction fundraiser  (7) Press
 • Bicycle Safety Fair planned for May 12  (4) Observer

• friday, may 04, 2018
 • Main Street Pint and Plate welcomed downtown  (30) Observer
 • Local preachers praise the power of prayer  (30) Press
 • Police blotter for May 4  (28) Observer
 • BRISTOL BITS: Arrival of 'Mother's Month' a busy time for Caron  (27) Press
 • Former Bristol Central boys basketball standout DeFillippi awarded for stellar career with Mount Ida  (25) Press
 • There he is, Mr. BCHS: Nick Osuch wears the 2018 crown  (23) Press
 • Tunxis CC Foundation has new executive director  (19) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls soccer, basketball standouts Martin and Maghini to continue playing careers at  (14) Press
 • Bristol Boys & Girls Club names girl, 10, Junior Youth of the Year  (11) Press
 • Bristol Eastern softball getting production from entire team in strong start to season  (11) Press
 • Bristol Central softball seeing improvements as season progresses  (9) Press
 • Chamber salutes small businesses  (9) Observer
 • Opioid Task Force continues to meet  (8) Observer
 • State needs fiscal stability for growth to return, business leaders told  (8) Press

• thursday, may 03, 2018
 • Truck fire damages two Bristol condo units  (93) Press
 • Police arrest woman for accident near ESPN that injured 5 people  (68) Observer
 • Mayor Zoppo-Sassu Saves 3.7 Million in New Budget  (54) Bristol Round
 • Another Facebook Cash Mob Helps Local Business  (42) Bristol Round
 • Health Department Releases April Restaurant Inspection Scores  (40) Bristol Round
 • Plainville man accused of repeatedly beating girlfriend  (29) Press
 • 11 Reasons to Visit Lake Compounce This Year  (24) Bristol Round
 • Bristol police blotter  (18) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (17) Press
 • Water Department Work to Kick Start West End Roadway Resurfacing Project  (17) Bristol Round
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Eastern baseball edges out Bristol Central  (12) Press
 • Bristol Eastern softball's Corliss sparks four-run sixth inning in win over Bristol Central  (8) Press
 • St. Paul baseball on track for strong postseason run  (8) Press
 • Sendoff dinner June 8 for service-bound students  (8) Press
 • Bristol UAW retirees meet today  (7) Press
 • Journeys with Jim: Sly turkey gets away... this time  (7) Press
 • Water pipes to be replaced along Park Street starting May 7  (5) Observer
 • Kids listing, starting May 4  (4) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting  (4) Observer
 • Dining listings, starting May 4  (4) Observer
 • Bristol schools hitting all the right notes in music education  (4) Press
 • Connecticut One Step Closer to Gun Bump Stock Ban  (4) Bristol Round
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting May 4  (3) Observer
 • Health listings, starting May 4  (3) Observer
 • 'Fourth' will be with Bristol library Friday  (3) Press
 • Water infrastructure work begins Monday on Park Street  (3) Press
 • Support group listings, starting May 4  (2) Observer
 • Music listings, starting May 4  (2) Observer

• wednesday, may 02, 2018
 • Bristol police blotter  (49) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Gold Key Dinner recognizes longtime Bristol volunteer  (40) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Greger leads Bristol Central to win over Platt  (20) Press
 • Forestville Little League completes rehab of Field House; opening day Saturday  (16) Observer
 • Site work begins on Ambulatory Care Center at Centre Square  (16) Press
 • Young talent shines through at Imagine Nation art show  (13) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • Public hearing on Route 72, 69 realignment in West End, May 9  (11) Observer
 • Bristol Fire Dept. HQ to host session of Mayor's Youth Cabinet  (8) Press
 • Youths can register for Summer Challenge Quest  (8) Observer
 • Storyteller stretches imagination of Bristol first-graders  (7) Press
 • Bristol Lions donate to large-print book collection at library  (7) Observer
 • St. Paul baseball gets back on track with victory, snaps Seymour's 10-game win streak  (6) Press
 • Central Street to be closed May 6 for Pequabuck River Duck Race  (6) Observer
 • People involved with nonprofits invited to series of programs  (5) Press

• tuesday, may 01, 2018
 • Another Missing Person in Bristol Reported  (90) Bristol Round
 • Desperate for workers, Bristol manufacturer gets help from Tunxis  (59) Bristol Round
 • Removal of the Pequabuck River Middle Street Dam is Long Overdue  (48) Bristol Round
 • Mom Gets Free Pass After Driving Drunk with Child in Car  (46) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Historical Society to hold annual tag sale Friday and Saturday  (20) Press
 • Bristol Mayor Zoppo-Sassu Continues to Fight Opioid Crisis  (19) Bristol Round
 • Central CT Chambers of Commerce honors five small business owners  (15) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (14) Press
 • Honoring our Heroes  (13) Bristol Round
 • Bristol's Opioid Task Force holds second meeting  (12) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (12) Press
 • Bristol Mayor’s Youth Cabinet to Take Place at Bristol Fire Department  (9) Bristol Round
 • New Science & Energy Studio to be unveiled at Imagine Nation in Bristol  (8) Bristol Round
 • Lock Museum all keyed up for its opening today  (8) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are St. Paul's Brycen Kennedy and Victoria Kilbourne  (8) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul girls tennis beats Holy Cross  (7) Press
 • St. Paul boys lacrosse off to statement-proving start in sixth year of program  (7) Press


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news from thursday, may 17 2018 to thursday, may 31 2018

• thursday, may 31, 2018
 • Terryville man accused of firing shotgun during domestic dispute  (59) Press
 • Teen hurt in Bristol scooter accident expected to be OK: police  (39) Press
 • Aggressive panhandling revisions to go before Bristol council  (37) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (15) Press
 • Roy walks-off St. Paul softball in second round Class S win over Somers  (9) Press
 • Journeys with Jim: Mixed results during latest adventures   (9) Press
 • Dining listings, starting June 1  (9) Observer
 • Bristol Central's Kelley, Hale announce decisions to play women's collegiate rugby  (8) Press
 • The Friends of Mike Arburr to hold golf tourney June 27  (7) Observer
 • Portraits of Tunxis Community College graduates  (6) Press
 • Music listings, starting June 1  (6) Observer
 • Bristol Eastern softball's offensive woes costly in Class LL second round exit to South Windsor  (6) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Thayer, Winters dazzle in St. Paul baseball's second round Class S win over St. Bern  (5) Press
 • Health listings, starting June 1  (3) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting June 1  (3) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting June 1  (3) Observer
 • For Tunxis CC graduates, 'the realization of a dream'  (3) Press
 • Performance listings, starting June 1  (3) Observer
 • Seniors listings, starting June 1  (3) Observer
 • Meeting listings, starting June 1  (3) Observer

• wednesday, may 30, 2018
 • Bristol company wins presidential award  (72) Press
 • Police seek teenage runaway  (56) Observer
 • Teen seriously injured in scooter-car crash in Bristol  (39) Press
 • Man charged in Bristol mugging of elderly victim seeking treatment  (37) Press
 • Bristol woman sues Tumblr over allowing posting of nude photos  (36) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (28) Press
 • Watch Out For Drivers of Scooters and Bicycles on The Road  (24) Bristol Round
 • Raise a Pint to Support Local Men and Boys at New Downtown Hot Spot in Bristol  (23) Bristol Round
 • Plainville woman pleads guilty to reduced charge in stabbing incident  (17) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Elks grill up a picnic feast for vets, families  (12) Press
 • Environmental council takes dim view of Tilcon plan  (10) Press
 • Bristol boy repeats as Pop Warner football honoree  (8) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (7) Press
 • Wheeler to Offer Opioid and Mental Health First Aid Help  (7) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Central students Kelley, Hale announce decisions to play collegiate rugby  (5) Press
 • St. Paul softball edges out Windsor Locks in first round of Class S tournament  (5) Press
 • St. Paul baseball cruises past Housatonic in first round of Class S tournament  (4) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul girls lacrosse beats Lewis Mills for first tournament win in program histor  (4) Press
 • Tunxis graduation Wednesday night at CCSU  (4) Press
 • Prosecutors: Man accused in Bristol mugging must wait for treatment  (4) Press
 • Plea bargain entered in Plainville stabbing case  (3) Press
 • Tunxis shares in grant funding student research experience  (2) Press

• tuesday, may 29, 2018
 • Teen seriously injured in Bristol scooter crash  (61) Press
 • A somber procession and ceremony honoring those 'who can't be here'  (17) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Eastern's Taylor Keegan and Bristol Central's Steve W  (16) Press
 • Bristol Eastern sophomore Hardin taking after father as track standout  (13) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Protect your skin from the sun this summer  (5) Press

• monday, may 28, 2018
 • Rain can't dampen spirit of Forestville Memorial Day Parade  (40) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: There were spies among us in World War I  (28) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: An underused VA pension benefit  (23) Press
 • Third annual Darryl Run to be held at Bristol Swedish Social Club June 3  (15) Press
 • St. Paul baseball falls just shy of winning NVL title in loss to Holy Cross  (11) Press
 • This week's meetings  (5) Press

• sunday, may 27, 2018
 • Forestville Memorial Day parade Sunday, Bristol Monday  (66) Observer
 • Bristol Budget Rises By $2.6 Million, Taxes Climb 2.4 Percent  (24) Courant
 • A roundup of area Memorial Day parades  (23) Press
 • Fire report for May 25  (10) Observer
 • Larson tapped to run in 1st District  (8) Observer

• saturday, may 26, 2018
 • Bristol woman, accused of stealing envelope full of cash, to pay restitution: attorney  (78) Press
 • TIF not a new tax, Bristol Development Authority chief says  (15) Press
 • WEEKEND SPOTLIGHT: The meaning of Memorial Day  (14) Press
 • Baseball state tournament bracket released  (14) Press
 • Young men, women entering military to be saluted  (12) Observer
 • Bristol's boulevard of fallen heroes  (10) Press
 • Area softball teams find out state tournament opponents as brackets are released  (9) Press
 • Commemorate Memorial Day with concert  (7) Observer
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul's Kilbourne captures individual girls tennis NVL title  (6) Press
 • BDA ponders tax incentive for downtown  (5) Observer
 • Volunteers show they care across region  (4) Observer
 • Area girls tennis state tournament bracket set  (4) Press
 • Under the 'Big Top,' Family Resource Center honors volunteers  (4) Press

• friday, may 25, 2018
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bidding farewell to a popular local World War II veteran  (54) Press
 • Plymouth sex offender arrested  (45) Press
 • Bristol man convicted of stealing gun, trading it in Hartford  (33) Press
 • Bristol City Council looking into Tax Increment Financing  (15) Press
 • Police announce road closures, parade routes for Memorial Day weekend  (12) Observer
 • Students get a history lesson during Memorial Boulevard tour  (11) Press
 • Former Mayor Bill Stortz to be grand marshal of Forestville Memorial Day Parade  (10) Press
 • Bristol Adult Resource Center holds annual gala at Aqua Turf  (7) Press
 • Bristol Arts & Culture Commission elects Lindsay Vigue as chairwoman  (4) Press
 • St. Paul boys lacrosse edges out Lewis Mills to capture first WCLC title  (4) Press
 • Area boys lacrosse teams find out state tournament matchups  (3) Press
 • Area girls lacrosse teams learn paths through state tournaments  (3) Press

• thursday, may 24, 2018
 • Woodstock-themed concert June 1 to launch Bristol Library's rock-themed programming  (34) Press
 • Southington fire victim died of smoke inhalation  (30) Press
 • A roundup of area Memorial Day parades  (17) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (15) Press
 • Bristol Central boys outdoor track's 4x100 team sets best time of season at CCC South Championships   (8) Press
 • Health listings starting May 25  (6) Observer
 • Warriors Walk honors memory of South Side Elementary's 'Captain Connor'  (6) Press
 • Bristol Central boys tennis concludes first winning season in over decade, qualifies for state tourn  (5) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Central boys golf clinches share of CCC South title  (5) Press
 • Music listings, starting May 25  (5) Observer
 • Dining listings, starting May 25  (5) Observer
 • St. Paul boys golf working to improve short game moving forward  (4) Press
 • Kids listings, starting May 25  (4) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting May 25  (3) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting May 25  (3) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting May 25  (2) Observer

• wednesday, may 23, 2018
 • Police say Bristol man stole van, sold tools at pawn shop  (73) Press
 • Police say woman stole more than $25,000 in lottery tickets from Wolcott store  (55) Press
 • Bristol man allegedly threatened woman with shovel  (46) Press
 • Terryville man pleads not guilty to sexual assault, reckless driving charges  (38) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Rowboat on pond was there on town business  (38) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • Bristol Budget Rises By $2.6 Million, Taxes Climb 2.4 Percent  (21) Courant
 • Tickets on sale for Salute Dinner at Nuchie's  (14) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (11) Press
 • Bristol blood drive attracts a recent recipient  (9) Press
 • Despite wet conditions, St. Paul boys golf beats Torrington, Naugatuck  (8) Press
 • Playoff-bound Bristol Central softball improved over final half of season  (7) Press
 • Plainville property tax rate to increase 1.23 percent  (7) Press
 • Malloy working on possible sports betting legislation  (6) Press
 • Bristol Police Cosponsor Blood Drive May 22  (5) Courant
 • Bristol Museum Looks At 'Spies, Saboteurs and Subversives'  (4) Courant
 • FAFSA assistance available today at Tunxis  (2) Press

• tuesday, may 22, 2018
 • Bristol man, facing sex assault charges, ordered to stay away from victims, local high school  (65) Press
 • Bristol man gets 3 years in prison for selling crack cocaine  (42) Press
 • Eggstra! Eggstra! Read all about it  (28) Press
 • Joint Board OKs $194.4M budget  (20) Press
 • Big third inning gives Bristol Eastern baseball win over Bristol Central on Monday night at Muzzy Field  (18) Press
 • Plainville man, charged in Bristol firearms case, could avoid prosecution  (17) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (16) Press
 • January count saw spike in unsheltered homeless in Bristol  (14) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Eastern's Jordan Fitzsimons and David Bernier  (7) Press
 • Girard, McLaughlin lead Bristol Eastern softball to win over Bristol Central, sweep season series  (7) Press
 • Bristol Begins Its Springtime Road Repaving  (5) Courant
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Central boys golf overcomes Hills' medalist performance in win over Terryvil  (5) Press

• monday, may 21, 2018
 • Plainville Funeral Home has emotional opening day  (63) Press
 • Area residents in CCSU Class of 2018  (21) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Could she be the oldest surviving widow of a World War I veteran?  (18) Press
 • Terryville teen Riley Babb a national equestrian champ  (14) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul baseball loses season finale against Holy Cross  (10) Press
 • Final city series matchups highlight week in sports  (8) Press
 • Bristol Eyes Memorial Boulevard School As New Arts Magnet School, Downtown Gateway  (8) Courant
 • Junior Youth of the Year selected  (6) Observer
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Alzheimer's and Medicaid  (3) Press
 • World, here we come! CCSU holds pair of commencement ceremonies  (3) Press
 • Apply for Dave Lepore Journalism Scholarship; June 1 deadline  (2) Observer
 • This week's meetings  (1) Press

• sunday, may 20, 2018
 • CCSU gives Class of 2018 a big send off  (17) Press
 • Second Chances: Democrats Endorse Ned Lamont For Governor, Joe Ganim Plans To Primary  (6) Courant
 • Terryville softball reminded of school's state championship each home game  (5) Press

• saturday, may 19, 2018
 • Bristol police arrest sex offender  (64) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • Phone problems: Many drivers ignoring distracted driving dangers  (36) Press
 • Pet Valu Thanks Bristol Customers With Appreciation Weekend  (23) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Begins Its Springtime Road Repaving  (17) Courant
 • Man accused of struggling with cops could have charges reduced  (16) Press
 • 1 of 3 alleged attempted burglars pleads not guilty  (11) Press
 • Volunteers lend helping hand on Day of Caring  (10) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys tennis wins tightly contested match against Bristol Central  (7) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Eastern girls tennis beats Bristol Central  (6) Press
 • Bristol Boys & Girls Club to Host Muslim Event  (5) Bristol Round
 • Annual Meeting, State of the City upcoming for chambers  (5) Press
 • Summer work happening thanks to grant  (4) Press

• friday, may 18, 2018
 • The Road to Somewhere: What Should We Call The New Road?  (61) Bristol Round
 • Firefighters, Animal Control officer rescue ducklings in Bristol  (44) Press
 • Man found with 300 fentanyl bags to be prosecuted in Bristol  (35) Press
 • Realigning Route 72 discussed at session  (27) Observer
 • BRISTOL BITS: Genesis HealthCare pays tribute to veterans  (20) Press
 • City man pleads not guilty to attempted apartment break-in  (15) Press
 • TEAM Bristol to present 'Music Among the Memorials' on Boulevard May 26  (13) Press
 • Bristol honors staffers during Municipal Clerks Week  (11) Press
 • Police blotter for May 18  (11) Observer
 • Noah Plantamuro’s return much appreciated  (11) Observer
 • New Haven man pleads not guilty in Bristol assault  (10) Press
 • BEHS hosts Manufacturing and Technology open house  (9) Observer
 • Community Health Center of Bristol Offers 17 Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure  (9) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Based Barnes Group to be Featured in Documentary  (8) Bristol Round
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Central boys and girls outdoor track teams beat Bristol Eastern  (8) Press
 • Bristol Central boys outdoor track coach Stafford-Kirk has left lasting impact on athletes over the   (7) Press
 • Bristol American Legion Baseball organization announces registration and tryout schedule  (7) Press
 • Aspen Dental opens doors for veterans June 9  (7) Observer
 • Drivers feeling pain at pump as gas drives past $3  (7) Press
 • Free Small Business Seminar on May 30 Outlines New Tax Cuts  (6) Bristol Round
 • Dave Lepore Scholarship Available for Students Pursuing Journalism  (6) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Historical Society holds annual dinner  (6) Press
 • TEAM Bristol to present 'Music Among the Memorials' on Boulevard May 26  (5) Press
 • Bartok seeking Democratic nod to challenge in 77th again  (5) Observer
 • Dems tap Larson to run again in Congressional 1st  (5) Observer

• thursday, may 17, 2018
 • Man pleads guilty to leaving drugs at Bristol home where victim overdosed  (59) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: A longtime friendship that began with a '55 Chevy Bel Air  (39) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (38) Press
 • Bristol man gets 2 years for firearms possession; still facing narcotics charges  (28) Press
 • Council to consider 'aggressive panhandling' restrictions  (25) Press
 • Centre Square access road taking shape as granite curbing is installed  (21) Press
 • 40 Bristol adult ed students achieve 'a major milestone'  (15) Press
 • Bristol Knights set to play doubleheader at Muzzy Field  (10) Press
 • Bristol Eastern track's Santacroce, Poirier represent strong group of seniors  (9) Press
 • CCSU commencement is Saturday at XL Center  (7) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Eastern softball routs Simsbury  (5) Press
 • Kids listings, starting May 18  (5) Observer
 • Music listings, starting May 18  (5) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting May 18  (4) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting May 18  (4) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting May 18  (4) Observer
 • St. Paul girls lacrosse having big season in third year of program  (4) Press
 • Health listings, starting May 18  (3) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting May 18  (3) Observer
 • Dining listings, starting May 18  (3) Observer


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