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news from friday, june 01 2018 to saturday, june 16 2018

• saturday, june 16, 2018
 • Super sorrow: Super Natural Deli closes with customers upset by loss  (99) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (64) Press
 • Man guilty of stealing from family  (47) Press
 • Bristol man accused of assaulting pregnant woman  (38) Press
 • Bristol man threatened woman with knife in presence of minor: police  (34) Press
 • St. Paul alum, Cowboys cornerback Jones hosting football camp  (14) Press
 • Meet Bristol Central’s valedictorian  (12) Observer
 • Meet Bristol Central’s salutatorian  (10) Observer
 • Bristol chamber distributes honors at annual dinner  (10) Observer
 • Petit Road Race soon to be off and running  (10) Press
 • Music listings, starting June 15  (9) Observer
 • St. Paul graduates 104  (5) Observer
 • Closer McDermott big reason Bristol Blues are able to win tight games  (3) Press

• friday, june 15, 2018
 • Bristol man allegedly sexually assaulted man in psychiatric ward: court documents  (56) Press
 • Terryville man, 20, accused of harassing teen  (48) Press
 • Brew pub eyeing former Bristol Press building  (46) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Got a story about Johnie Floyd? Let me know  (25) Press
 • Bill Englert Car Show on North Main Street Saturday  (20) Press
 • 6-year-old wows Invention Convention judges with her 'Loopy Hookeroo'  (20) Press
 • Police blotter for June 15  (13) Observer
 • 4-day Greek Festival begins at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church  (12) Press
 • Meet Bristol Eastern’s salutatorian  (10) Observer
 • Meet Bristol Eastern’s valedictorian  (8) Observer
 • Top-seeded Bristol Gators beat Bristol Freedom in Bristol Softball City Series  (8) Press
 • Black Panthers, Freedom to play in elimination game in Bristol City Series  (7) Press
 • Ostberg taking on new role as leadoff hitter for Bristol Blues this season  (6) Press

• thursday, june 14, 2018
 • Bristol police blotter  (48) Press
 • Lake Compounce Hosting A Craft Beer and Food Truck Fest  (45) Courant
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to stealing from family member's home  (29) Press
 • Bristol man, accused of sexually assaulting barely conscious man, applied for program  (27) Press
 • Report of gunshots triggers lockdown at 2 Plainville schools  (19) Press
 • Talkin' shop: Business in area towns topic of annual breakfast  (15) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (15) Press
 • Dining listings, starting June 15  (6) Observer
 • Bristol Freedom falls to top-seeded Bristol Gators during the second round of the Bristol Softball City Series  (5) Press
 • Family Resource Center pitches its student help, savings to council  (5) Press
 • St. Paul's Greene, Thyer and Bristol Eastern's Goulet named All-State in baseball  (4) Press
 • Support group listings, starting June 15  (4) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting June 15  (4) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings starting June 15  (4) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting June 15  (4) Observer
 • Health listings, starting June 15  (4) Observer
 • Infielder Brereton has been standout for Bristol Blues this season  (3) Press
 • Kids listings  (3) Observer
 • Letter: How you can help– the annual ‘zucchini letter’  (3) Observer

• wednesday, june 13, 2018
 • Pavalock-D’Amato’s son gets standing ovation in House of Reps.  (39) Observer
 • Man charged in burglary, assault in Bristol must resolve local case before answering to federal char  (31) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Hometown Hero nominations sought  (27) Press
 • Gala to Raise Funds for Mum Festival 2018  (15) Bristol Round
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • Bristol Museum to Host Goat Parade  (14) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Fund Announces Beneficiaries From Annual Event  (9) Bristol Round
 • Freedom make statement in opening round of City Series softball tournament by routing Black Panthers  (9) Press
 • St. Paul's Greene, Thayer and Bristol Eastern's Goulet named All-State in baseball  (9) Press
 • Servicing studies: American Legion gives 3 BEHS seniors scholarships  (9) Press
 • Bristol Blues use four-run sixth to overcome slow start, beat Worcester Bravehearts  (7) Press
 • Bristol to Address Dangers & Threats Children Face on the Internet  (7) Bristol Round
 • Internet safety and children program offered by city June 28  (5) Observer
 • Broad View Fund to help Imagine Nation, Bristol Preschool, and Talcott Center  (4) Observer
 • Internet safety for kids is focus of community outreach  (3) Press

• tuesday, june 12, 2018
 • Bristol man charged in hit-and-run involving parked vehicle  (86) Press
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to having marijuana, lying about identity  (55) Press
 • New Britain man charged in Bristol Subway robbery  (34) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (28) Press
 • The season is set: Bristol area football teams learn schedules for upcoming fall  (14) Press
 • 'Bristol History 101' Offers A Glimpse At Bristol's Past  (13) Courant
 • 2018 Bristol area football schedules announced  (10) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Central's Kaiya Alexander and Bristol Eastern's Thoma  (9) Press
 • Suicide and celebrity: What does that link mean for us?  (8) Press
 • West Bristol K-8 School fourth-graders show their bridge-designing skills  (6) Press
 • Bristol Blues fall to struggling Pittsfield Suns in error-ridden game  (5) Press
 • Main event: Main St. Community Foundation awards $200,000 in scholarships  (3) Press

• monday, june 11, 2018
 • Bristol police blotter  (69) Press
 • ‘Radium Girls’ discussed at program in Manross  (37) Observer
 • PRIME TIME: Celia T. Critchley, a forward-thinking librarian  (32) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (29) Press
 • Arts panel meets for 1st time, picks officers  (19) Observer
 • BRISTOL BITS: Good food, good talk at Salvation Army picnic  (18) Press
 • Relay for Life doesn't sleep for cancer fundraiser  (15) Press
 • Fire report for June 15  (12) Observer
 • Since Parkland, Bristol police have increased school presence  (11) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Choose an assisted-living facility that's right for you  (10) Press
 • Bristol Blues have plenty to take away after latest series against Brockton Rox  (10) Press
 • Candidates for governor pledge civility, collaboration early in hot race  (9) Press
 • Plainville's Wings and Wheels offers fun for thousands  (8) Press
 • This week's meetings  (5) Press
 • Bristol Elks host annual Flag Day ceremony  (4) Press

• sunday, june 10, 2018
 • Planes, cars a hit at 7th Annual Plainville Wings and Wheels  (30) Press
 • Bristol Hospital, Police Plan To Curb Emergency Room Violence  (23) Courant

• saturday, june 09, 2018
 • BCHS valedictorian going on to Air Force Academy  (29) Press
 • BCHS salutatorian plans to study engineering at RPI  (17) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (16) Press
 • Museums having open house today  (12) Press
 • All-CCC teams announced, placing 41 area athletes on list  (12) Press
 • Plymouth approves budget with no tax rate change  (10) Press
 • Gymnastics coach honored with AAU award  (8) Press
 • City marketing panel discusses strategies  (8) Observer
 • Hospital safety: Preventing violence in hospitals is topic of panel discussion  (7) Press
 • Community salutes new service members  (7) Press
 • Tunxis students accepted into PKT  (7) Press
 • Gagnon returns to St. Paul baseball after Tommy John surgery last season  (6) Press
 • Gov. candidates pledge civility, collaboration early in hot race  (6) Press
 • Imagine Nation cooking up fun for Saturday  (6) Observer

• friday, june 08, 2018
 • Bristol police blotter  (68) Press
 • Johnnycake Music Festival in Burlington Set For June 9  (41) Bristol Round
 • Suspicious white powder delivered to ESPN building  (24) Press
 • Police blotter for June 15  (18) Observer
 • Solar panels brighten Bristol Boys & Girls Club's financial future  (14) Press
 • Bristol Blues use home run derby to beat Nashua Silver Knights  (14) Press
 • Bristol schools honor volunteer mentors  (12) Press
 • Bristol Central's 4x100 relay looking for support to go to Nationals in North Carolina  (11) Press
 • Plainville High School students build gazebo  (10) Press
 • Saturday’s ‘Open House’ gives residents a chance to discover some ‘hidden gems’  (8) Observer
 • Pitching has Bristol Blues off to fast start this season  (8) Press
 • Bristol Adult Ed prepares 5 women for careers in manufacturing  (8) Press
 • Youths encouraged to 'Reach for the Stars'  (8) Press
 • Plymouth Historical Society to take part in Open House Day Saturday  (7) Press

• thursday, june 07, 2018
 • One person in critical condition after Bristol car accident   (111) Press
 • Bristol man, wielding handgun, allegedly threatened to shoot neighbors, dog  (75) Press
 • Former Bristol Blues players selected in MLB Draft  (26) Press
 • Three injured in two-car accident Tuesday  (25) Observer
 • Chamber of Commerce introduces new directors  (19) Press
 • Bristol Greeners top Wolcott Scrappers behind strong performance from Burney  (13) Press
 • 'Meet the Chefs' In Bristol on Saturday  (12) Courant
 • Southington police blotter  (10) Press
 • 'Uniquely Bristol' episode wins prestigious 'Telly' Award  (9) Press
 • Health listings starting June 8  (7) Observer
 • Free Admission at Bristol Museum on Saturday  (7) Courant
 • Lions announce Soliani Memorial golf tourney  (6) Observer
 • Bristol Relay for Life to be held this weekend  (6) Press
 • Dining listings for June 8  (5) Observer
 • Support group listings starting June 8  (5) Observer
 • Music listings starting June 8  (5) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings for June 8  (4) Observer
 • Yankee Magazine honors New England Carousel Museum, fire museum  (4) Observer
 • Meetings listings starting June 8  (4) Observer
 • Performance listings starting June 8  (4) Observer
 • Kids listing starting June 8  (3) Observer
 • Central CT Chambers of Commerce holds annual Awards Dinner  (3) Press

• wednesday, june 06, 2018
 • Man who shot, killed woman in Southington has died  (57) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: What the heck was that? Mike Zych's Velomobile!  (42) Press
 • Bristol Eastern valedictorian has Georgia on her mind  (30) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (24) Press
 • Falcons of 2018 take flight at St. Paul commencement  (16) Press
 • Witch's Dungeon to provide entertainment at Saturday event  (16) Press
 • Plenty of local baseball talent to be on display next week at 45th annual Connecticut High School Co  (15) Press
 • Storrs in store for Bristol Eastern salutatorian  (13) Press
 • St. Paul Catholic High School Class of 2018  (13) Press
 • Bristol Blues beat Pittsfield Suns, continue winning ways  (9) Press
 • Grant received for ‘Commit to Health,’ free meals to be offered at library this summer  (8) Observer
 • ESPN spotlights employees' volunteer work  (7) Press
 • St. Paul softball put together another season to remember  (6) Press
 • Bristol Central's Hickey standing out in boys outdoor track  (5) Press
 • Parent & Toddler yoga offered June 12  (5) Observer

• tuesday, june 05, 2018
 • Bristol man charged with assaulting neighbor  (118) Press
 • Enfield woman allegedly stole property from Bristol home  (60) Press
 • Bristol police asking for help finding missing teen  (57) Press
 • Man shot, killed woman outside Southington home before turning gun on himself: police  (44) Press
 • 6 Bristol Venues to Participate in Connecticut Open House Day  (36) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Wins National Broadcasting Award  (33) Bristol Round
 • Aspen Dental of Bristol to Offer Free Dental Care For Veterans Jun. 9  (30) Bristol Round
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Bristol Hospital's EMS team ready to help at Compounce  (27) Press
 • Bristol Central boys outdoor track 4x100 relay team sets school record at State Open  (24) Press
 • 'Thank you for your service': 50 Vietnam veterans honored with lapel pins at ceremony  (18) Press
 • St. Paul salutatorian to study elementary education at Assumption  (17) Press
 • Main Street Community Foundation to award $200,000 in scholarships June 11  (16) Press
 • St. Paul valedictorian to study accounting at Georgetown  (15) Press
 • Local high school, college graduations coming up quickly  (13) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are St. Paul's Abby Poirot and Ryne Salius  (11) Press

• monday, june 04, 2018
 • Police are investigating the untimely death of a female  (132) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Meeting the fourth person to walk on the moon  (53) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Looking at the life of a World War II hero  (45) Press
 • Volunteers help cleanup the West End  (42) Press
 • Community comes out for Bristol Blues' home opener  (36) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Looking at the responsibilities of power of attorney  (36) Press
 • Ostberg's walk-off single helps Bristol Blues split doubleheader with North Shore Navigators   (33) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball falls in extra innings to Branford in Class L quarterfinals  (33) Press
 • This week's meetings  (30) Press
 • Despite ending season on disappoining note, St. Paul baseball has plenty of talent set to return nex  (26) Press

• sunday, june 03, 2018
 • Body Found At Plainville High; Autopsy Planned  (128) Courant  , New Posted
 • St. Paul baseball eliminated by Notre Dame-Fairfield in Class S quarterfinals  (70) Press
 • St. Paul softball eliminated by Holy Cross in Class S quarterfinals  (63) Press
 • Bristol Blues rally late, overcoming sluggish start to top Pittsfield Suns in home opener  (30) Press

• saturday, june 02, 2018
 • Top earner$: School officials, police members are highest 2017 city wages receivers  (116) Press
 • Blues home opener tonight  (106) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (69) Press
 • Legion announces fishing derby winners  (65) Press
 • Bristol police honor their fallen  (61) Press
 • St. Paul's baseball, softball, boys lacrosse teams ready for quarterfinal matchups Saturday  (59) Press
 • 'D-Rummz' brings comedy to real life situations  (59) Press
 • Bristol Blues win second straight road game to open 2018 season  (58) Press
 • BEHS juniors celebrate SAT taking attendance  (57) Press
 • Bristol's Elder earns NCAA Division II All-East Region recognition with Southern New Hampshire track  (54) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (44) Press
 • Police charge Bristol teen in former O'Connell school fire   (29) Press
 • Presentation on violence in hospitals to take place next week  (20) Press

• friday, june 01, 2018
 • ‘Bogey’ has health scare, currently recuperating  (265) Observer
 • Summer Concert Series at Rockwell announced; 1st concert June 26  (240) Observer
 • Bristol Eastern softball enjoys progress over past year   (224) Press
 • Bristol Central's Whitten, Alexander rank among best in Class L outdoor track  (224) Press
 • Teen reported missing  (219) Observer
 • Lion Club hosts Fred Soliani Memorial Golf Tourney June 19  (219) Observer
 • Bristol man, charged with hitting 2 people with SUV, headed behind bars: lawyer  (171) Press
 • Bristol woman to spend weekend in jail to avoid prosecution on false statement charges  (150) Press
 • Meet St. Paul’s salutatorian  (143) Observer
 • Bristol Blues win season opener on road over Worcester Bravehearts  (141) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (134) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul girls lacrosse falls to top-seeded North Branford in quarterfinal of Class   (131) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Veterans Council head says thanks for all the help from its friends  (113) Press
 • 2 Bristol students earn retired teacher group scholarships  (102) Press
 • CPTV prepares documentary for Barnes Group's 160th birthday  (101) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (86) Press
 • Police blotter for June 1  (43) Observer
 • $194 million budget, 0.85 mill rate hike approved by city  (41) Observer


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• monday, june 25, 2018
 • Moved by mercy: St. Gregory the Great Church embraces archdiocese guidance  (7) Press
 • Bristol Farmers Market vendors enjoy a brisk opening day  (5) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Historical Society draws a full house for WBIS program  (4) Press
 • PRIME TIME: The tragic story of World War II prisoner of war John Lynch  (4) Press
 • 3 Bristol public school students reach National Invention Convention  (3) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Denying or delaying acceptance of Alzheimer's can prove costly  (3) Press
 • Save the date: Crocodile Club returns on Aug. 31  (2) Press

• sunday, june 24, 2018
 • Know Your Local Neighbor: Online Tool Helps Find Sex Offenders  (24) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Housing Authority Held Job Fair  (13) Bristol Round
 • Winkel set to make Bristol Blues home debut  (7) Press
 • CT Expert Offers 5 Ways to Save Money on Summer Driving  (6) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Central Graduates Celebrate Their Place In History  (4) Courant
 • House Approves Larson’s Broader Opioid Abuse Act  (4) Bristol Round
 • Fire report for June 22  (3) Observer
 • This week's meetings  (2) Press
 • Grant funds Roger Tinchnell concert at library July 3  (2) Observer

• saturday, june 23, 2018
 • Raise a Pint at Pint & Plate  (35) Bristol Round
 • Bristol police arrest 2 men after discovering 102 grams of crack, other illegal items in traffic sto  (32) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (27) Press
 • Ending Drug Blight: Another Major Bust Made in Bristol  (21) Bristol Round
 • Ingraham Manor donation leads to rennovation  (20) Press
 • Graduates of Bristol Tech ready to enter workforce  (9) Press
 • Paws for the cause: Legitimate therapy dogs prove to be   (7) Press
 • Fundraiser to help overlooked men, boys is Monday  (6) Press
 • Music listings, starting June 22  (6) Observer
 • Stay Strong In Adversity, Bristol Eastern Graduates Urged  (4) Courant
 • Who’s Ready For a Party? A Princess Tea Party!  (4) Bristol Round
 • Health listings, starting June 22  (4) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting June 22  (3) Observer
 • Police looking for man who offered girls candy  (3) Observer
 • Seventh annual Mike Arburr Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament set to take place next week  (3) Press
 • Senior listings, starting June 29  (2) Observer
 • Support groups, starting June 22  (2) Observer
 • Dining listings, starting June 22  (2) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting June 22  (2) Observer

• friday, june 22, 2018
 • Dog Survives Bear Attack Reported in Bristol  (58) Bristol Round
 • Super Natural Deli founder shares its early history  (36) Press
 • School projects raise eyebrows at Joint Board session  (27) Observer
 • Judge in stabbing case: 'This was close to being a murder case'  (20) Press
 • Police report for June 22  (16) Observer
 • ESPN: Bristol Tradition vs. “Woke” Reformers  (15) Bristol Round
 • Weekly Bristol downtown farmers market opens for the season Saturday  (12) Press
 • Board of Education honors music students who performed in festivals  (11) Press
 • Nutmeg Hosts Record-Breaking Paper Shredding Event for 10th Year  (10) Bristol Round
 • BPD recruiting new class of officers  (9) Observer
 • West Bristol K-8 'Howlers' Club holds Town Hall meeting with mayor  (7) Press
 • Real Estate Roundup: The Nuts and Bolts of Buying A Fixer-Upper  (5) Bristol Round
 • Strong starting pitching, Malloy have Bristol Blues rolling  (4) Press

• thursday, june 21, 2018
 • Bristol Farmers Market Returns With New Downtown Location — Adds New Vendors  (39) Bristol Round
 • Man wanted in Bristol stabbing caught at Waterbury mall  (30) Press
 • Bristol Eastern H.S. graduates enjoy a picture perfect ceremony  (25) Press
 • Man offered girls candy, followed them home in Bristol  (20) Press
 • BCHS graduates more than 270 at emotional ceremony  (19) Press
 • People's United acquires Farmington Bank in $544M deal  (18) Press
 • Bristol Eastern High School Class of 2018 graduates  (16) Press
 • Bristol Central High School Class of 2018 graduates  (9) Press
 • Bristol police investigating after man offered 2 young girls candy  (6) Press
 • Plainville High School Class of 2018 graduates  (4) Press
 • Bright future awaits Plainville H.S. grads  (1) Press
 • Kollar setting new goals during time with Bristol Blues  (1) Press

• wednesday, june 20, 2018
 • Bristol police blotter  (42) Press
 • Wayback giving out milkshakes for free Thursday  (36) Observer
 • Police: Plainville man tried to pass phony bill at gas station  (20) Press
 • Progress continues on Centre Square access road  (20) Press
 • Convicted Plainville child abuser going back to prison  (15) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: 'Simpsons' writer Reiss offers insider's view in new book  (15) Press
 • Pitching staff has been strength for Bristol 17U legion baseball team early on this year  (10) Press
 • Bristol Central boys 4x100 relay has strong showing at New Balance Nationals  (5) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (5) Press
 • Offense leads way for Bristol Blues in win over first-place Martha's Vineyard Sharks  (4) Press
 • Bristol Unico chapter awards scholarships to three  (3) Press
 • Bristol teachers going for grants through online voting  (3) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: 'Simpsons' writer Reiss offers insider's view in new book  (2) Press
 • Imagine Nation giving free admission to Blue Star families through Labor Day  (1) Observer

• tuesday, june 19, 2018
 • Bristol man convicted of having sex with teen  (72) Press
 • Crash near Lake Compounce sends 5 children, 4 adults to hospital  (44) Press
 • Bristol police remind residents of moped requirements  (33) Press
 • SUV strikes fire hydrant, utility pole in Bristol crash  (27) Press
 • Farmers Market opens Saturday  (24) Observer
 • Two busted on Kelley Street on drug charges  (17) Observer
 • Suspect remains on loose in Bristol stabbing  (14) Press
 • Radio days: Bristol Historical Society to present program on WBIS Thursday  (11) Press
 • Ordinance panel OKs revisions that could lead to crackdown on aggressive panhandling  (7) Press
 • Suspect sought for knifing of woman  (6) Observer
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Summertime means it's also poison ivy time  (4) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the week are Bristol Central's Peyton Greger and St. Paul's Christian Stur  (4) Press
 • Bristol 17U legion baseball uses timely hitting to beat West Hartford  (4) Press
 • Bristol PD: Probe Of Crash That Injured Children Outside Lake Compounce Continues  (4) Courant
 • Plainville man pleads not guilty in stabbing  (3) Press
 • Bristol Blues have developed team chemistry quickly this summer  (2) Press
 • St. Paul alum, Cowboys cornerback Jones still exhibits same qualities that made him a star growing u  (0) Press
 • Mini heat wave roasts Central Connecticut  (0) Press

• monday, june 18, 2018
 • Emergency Crews Respond to Major Crash Outside of Lake Compounce in Bristol  (79) NBC30
 • BRISTOL BITS: Twins find a bit of personal history in an unexpected place  (33) Press
 • Classic cars line North Main Street for Englert Memorial Car Show  (17) Press
 • Chippens Hill's Michael Reynolds is Bristol Teacher of the Year  (13) Press
 • Zorba 2018 Greek Festival draws thousands over weekend  (9) Press
 • Big fifth inning helps Freedom beat top-seeded Gators for second straight day to win Bristol City So  (5) Press
 • This week's meetings  (1) Press
 • Dads and kids bond on Father's Day at Barnes Nature Center  (1) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: The importance of taking care of the caregiver  (0) Press

• sunday, june 17, 2018
 • Bristol drug raid turns up more than 70 bags of heroin; 2 arrests made  (50) Press
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