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

• monday, july 16, 2018
 • Engineer says to expect delays in Route 6 construction  (89) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (80) Press
 • Bristol Personnel Director Diane Ferguson retires  (48) Press
 • Edgewood Senior League baseball team sweeps Killingly to win state title  (29) Press
 • Wildlife artist's work on display at Barnes Nature Center  (21) Press
 • Bristol Blues had number of players snubbed from All-Star Game  (20) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: How to approach the subject of a living will for your loved ones  (13) Press
 • Bristol Blues come back to beat Pittsfield Suns, get win before all-star break  (10) Press

• sunday, july 15, 2018
 • Bristol native Plourde thriving for Canadian softball team  (25) Press
 • Imagine Nation helps families cool down  (15) Press
 • Bristol American Legion baseball pitcher Knox using summer to evaluate game for possible return in c  (15) Press
 • Five Bristol Blues players selected to All-Star game  (14) Press

• saturday, july 14, 2018
 • New Brewery Looks to Offer Craft Beer In Bristol By End of 2018  (70) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (60) Press
 • One more chance to pig out at Bristol Library  (37) Press
 • Spectator Sues Bristol Blues Over Injury From Broken Bat  (34) Courant
 • Edgewood Little League all-star team defeated by Wallingford in District 5 championship, ending spec  (29) Press
 • Hip hop coming to Rockwell Park  (28) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (27) Press
 • All-Press Baseball Team: This group of 12 turned in star seasons on the diamond  (22) Press
 • All-Press Softball Team: These 12 area stars made this season one to remember  (21) Press
 • All-Press Girls Tennis Team: Six singles stars make up our all-star squad on the court  (19) Press
 • Despite plane crash, few in Plainville worry about airport  (17) Press
 • All-Press Boys Tennis Team: Pair of singles, doubles teams make this standout squad  (14) Press
 • All-Press Boys Lacrosse: St. Paul's fantastic season leads to six selections  (14) Press
 • All-Press Girls Lacrosse: Our team shined this year, built programs  (14) Press
 • All-Press Track and Field Team: Two state champs highlight this tremendous unit  (14) Press
 • All-Press Golf Team: Four boys, two girls make up our team of links stars  (13) Press

• friday, july 13, 2018
 • Bristol man in critical condition after drive-by shooting downtown  (68) Press
 • Bristol car accident sends 2 to hospital  (43) Press
 • Pilot killed in crash of small plane near Robertson Airport  (63) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (50) Press
 • Bristol man, charged in drug bust, police chase, exposed to decade in prison  (43) Press
 • Bus driver marks 40 years with Dattco  (39) Press
 • Fradette looking to reach potential as pitcher for Bristol's Senior League Baseball team  (25) Press
 • Bristol To Launch Farmers Market On Federal Hill  (20) Courant
 • Knox dominant as Bristol American Legion Baseball picks up key upset over first-place Avon  (18) Press
 • Bristol Blues pitchers using time off to rediscover form  (16) Press
 • Railroad Day at Imagine Nation July 25  (16) Press
 • Petting zoo delights kids at Manross Library  (16) Press
 • Bristol Blues to host Salvation Army Night July 22  (15) Press

• thursday, july 12, 2018
 • Plane crash reported in Plainville  (27) WFSB
 • Update: Plane crash near Robertson Airport in Plainville ends in fatality  (24) Press
 • Crews investigating possible fatality after plane crash near Robertson Airport in Plainville  (19) Press
 • Former city woman charged with filing false rape, harassment claims against Bristol police officer  (70) Press
 • Bristol woman, accused of assaulting officer, mugging man, hoping to avoid prison, felony conviction  (45) Press
 • Second weekly Bristol farmers market opens on Federal Hill Green  (30) Press
 • Plainville man sentenced to three years in prison for rape  (29) Press
 • Edgewood Little League baseball team looking to bounce back after loss to Wallingford  (21) Press
 • Southington Police Blotter  (20) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (18) Press
 • 20th annual Mayor's Cup Golf Tournament tees off Monday  (16) Press
 • SECOND LOOK: State toll controversy needs more planning  (14) Press
 • Edgewood Senior League baseball team falls to Killingly, moves to state championship loser's bracket  (13) Press
 • First baseman Bonvicini has turned into Bristol Blues' most consistent hitter  (10) Press

• wednesday, july 11, 2018
 • Bristol man charged in shoplifting turned robbery, assault  (73) Press
 • WATCH: Weather Phenomenon Appears in Bristol  (66) Bristol Round
 • Minor injuries, traffic delays result from two-car wreck  (53) Press
 • Bristol man, charged in Plainville overdose, negotiating plea deal  (27) Press
 • Bristol Bits: The Elks, a veteran and a short hiatus   (26) Press
 • Edgewood Little League all-stars show complete game ability in D5 championship round opener  (23) Press
 • Meet People From Bristol’s Past: Ola Dahlgren  (20) Bristol Round
 • Tuesday's town council meeting recognizes local organizations and businesses for giving back  (17) Press
 • Bristol man charged in shoplifting turned robbery, assault  (13) Press
 • Kollar, McDermott continue strong summers for Bristol Blues, lead Futures League in strikeouts   (12) Press
 • Edgewood Little League drops into losers' bracket of D5 championship round with close loss to Wallin  (11) Press
 • Red Cross announces blood shortage; donations needed  (8) Observer

• tuesday, july 10, 2018
 • Being Forgetful Pays Off Big for Local Resident  (86) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Sprouts Another Farmers Market  (63) Bristol Round
 • Bristol police make POP Squad arrest after Waterbury man tried to meet teenage girl  (59) Press
 • High School Contest Asks How Tomorrow’s Leaders Can Lead Today  (55) Bristol Round
 • Edgewood Little League baseball team dominates Berlin in opening game of District 5 championship rou  (32) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (30) Press
 • Lions club donation helps send kids to camp  (29) Press
 • Depth to play key role for Edgewood Little League baseball team's run in District 5 Tournament  (28) Press
 • Failure-to-appear suspect attempts to disappear twice  (28) Press
 • Centre Square access road nearly done  (24) Press
 • Young Bristol Blues players using Futures Collegiate Baseball League to continue to grow skillset  (22) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Hot cars a danger to those with dementia  (15) Press
 • Murphy makes area part of his annual walk  (15) Press

• monday, july 09, 2018
 • BRISTOL BITS: Vinny Punzo, phys. ed teacher and D-Day veteran  (57) Press
 • Bid-a-bing, bid-a-bang, Sold! at Tim's Inc. Auctions Summer Extravaganza  (44) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Joe Caminiti -- 'I was no hero, I was just doing my job'  (37) Press
 • Bristol Hospital honors three employees of the year  (34) Press
 • 2 'incredible' women earn Child Development Associate degrees  (30) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: A talk with Rep. John Larson on Social Security  (30) Press
 • This week's meetings  (25) Press
 • Bristol Blues get needed spark with victory over Silver Knights at Muzzy Field  (22) Press
 • Local MMA fighter Bessette will compete in second UFC bout tonight  (22) Press

• sunday, july 08, 2018
 • Meet David: He Fled From Bristol Police Twice — Jumps out of Cruiser  (80) Bristol Round
 • Police looking for Bristol man charged in drug raid, Plymouth police chase  (44) Press
 • Sen. Chris Murphy Visits Avery's As Part of Walk Across Connecticut  (24) Press
 • Plainville native Wisz helps lead Bristol Senior League softball into state championships  (15) Press
 • Bristol Blues outplayed at home in loss to Worcester Bravehearts  (10) Press

• saturday, july 07, 2018
 • Police looking for Bristol woman charged with fraudulently collecting government benefits  (79) Press
 • A child's legacy: Family of woman who died at 25   (48) Press
 • Small power outage, explosion caused by squirrel on utility pole  (45) Press
 • Bristol man, charged with threatening neighbors, not eligible for program: prosecutor  (36) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (36) Press
 • Police blotter for July 6  (29) Observer
 • Bristol man arrested in Milford with 14 ounces of edible marijuana: police  (24) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (22) Press
 • Bristol police nab suspect wanted for ditching court after escaping from police cruiser  (20) Press
 • Barnes Group leader to be honored by Hartford Business Journal  (19) Press
 • Bristol stabbing case transferred to higher court  (18) Press
 • Ramsay trying to make up for lost time with Bristol Blues  (18) Press

• friday, july 06, 2018
 • Police seize 14 ounces of marijuana edibles in Milford traffic stop, Bristol man arrested  (84) Fox61
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to hitting 2 people outside Bleachers Bar  (74) Press
 • Car strikes utility pole in Bristol, sends 1 person to hospital  (66) Press
 • Visions For Vacancies: Former Super Natural Deli  (53) Bristol Round
 • BRISTOL BITS: A legend is born ... Lori and the Legends, that is  (39) Press
 • Support group listings, starting July 6  (30) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting July 6  (28) Observer
 • Mayor Zoppo-Sassu Welcomes Summer Student Interns — Offers Valuable Skills  (28) Bristol Round
 • Dining listings, starting July 6  (27) Observer
 • World Language National Honor Society inducts Bristol Central students  (26) Press
 • Area Legion baseball players make most of experience at Rawlings Futures Showcase  (25) Press
 • State police: 1,200 citations, 100 accidents over July 4 holiday  (24) Press
 • Local United Way Seeks Donors for Back-to-School Program  (24) Bristol Round
 • Music listings, starting July 6  (22) Observer
 • Health listings, starting July 6  (21) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting July 6  (20) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting July 6  (19) Observer
 • BDA awards $190K in grants to city businesses  (12) Observer
 • Bristol Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament at Tunxis CC Aug. 6  (11) Press
 • Bristol Senior League softball cruises past Plainville behind no-hitter from Wisz, offensive explosi  (10) Press
 • Budget topic of BOE finance committee  (10) Observer

• thursday, july 05, 2018
 • Bristol school board recognizes six employees  (62) Press
 • Wheeler Clinic honors five  (36) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (32) Press
 • Bristol's senior center looks to community for donations  (30) Press
 • St. Paul baseball player Thayer named to All-USA Connecticut Baseball second team  (28) Press
 • Blues help 'Angels' help Bristol's homeless  (18) Press
 • Regula hoping time with Bristol Blues helps recovery process from torn labrum  (13) Press

• wednesday, july 04, 2018
 • Buy Nothing Movement Hits Bristol  (91) Bristol Round
 • At Last There’s Proof: Report Finds Connecticut Has The Highest Psychopaths in America  (53) Bristol Round
 • Case dropped against Bristol man accused of assaulting woman, cop  (48) Press
 • Senator Richard Blumenthal joins effort to make summer safer  (21) Press
 • Bristol Senior League Little League baseball team's expectations high every season  (21) Press
 • For Bristol Junior All-Star Sciarretto, mental approach to softball just as important as physical pa  (13) Press
 • Carousel Museum offering free admission to military families, first responders this summer  (10) Observer
 • Legislators meet with constituents Friday  (9) Observer
 • Bristol Blues defeat Pittsfield Suns behind strong start by Elbin  (9) Press

• tuesday, july 03, 2018
 • Bristol man, charged in assault, kicked out of program  (78) Press
 • Gillette Castle & The Connection With Bristol  (55) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Burlington Health Department Tackles With New FDA Food Codes While Trying to Offer Transpare  (44) Bristol Round
 • New Britain man, found with drugs, weapon in Bristol traffic stop, offered plea bargain  (41) Press
 • Sciarretto's near-perfect outing leads Bristol to District 5 title over New Britain  (39) Press
 • Mum Festival seeks volunteers, vendors  (35) Press
 • The Growing Trend of Farmers’ Markets: Bristol Takes Heed  (34) Bristol Round
 • Bristol receives award for its annual financial plan  (32) Press
 • Kids can learn while playing at Imagine Nation  (29) Press
 • May the Fourth be with you  (28) Press
 • Hall comes on in relief to shut down Southington South/West as Bristol Senior League wins 10th strai  (28) Press
 • Celebrate with fireworks but don't ignore the danger  (23) Press
 • Palmer's approach for managing Bristol Blues is for players to continue growing skillsets  (22) Press

• monday, july 02, 2018
 • Good food, good family: Bristol woman celebrates 100th birthday at Max Pizza  (60) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bristol's connection to Koko the gorilla  (34) Press
 • Nutmeg TV show on UFOs debuts tonight  (33) Press
 • PRIME TIME: The life and times of George Dudley Seymour  (27) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Defending a will from being contested  (27) Press
 • 'Raise a Pint' fundraiser raises $2,200 for Men & Boys Fund  (23) Press
 • Bristol Comptroller's Staff Wins Award  (21) Courant
 • This week's meetings  (21) Press
 • Bristol Blues swept in doubleheader by Worcester Bravehearts  (16) Press
 • Area football players enjoy experience of playing in Governor's Cup against Rhode Island  (13) Press

• sunday, july 01, 2018
 • Bristol woman accused of stealing from employer  (82) Press
 • Large Milk Spill Closes Rt 9 in New Britain — No Crying Reported  (39) Bristol Round
 • Thoughts: Bill Stortz Continues to be Bristol’s Mayor  (32) Bristol Round
 • Plainville police blotter  (22) Press
 • Bristol Special Olympics Short 328 Basketballs  (12) Bristol Round


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news from tuesday, july 17 2018 to tuesday, july 31 2018

• tuesday, july 31, 2018
 • Developer plans 92 homes at site of former Bristol gravel pit  (83) Press
 • Bristol resident accused of breaking man's jaw with sucker punch  (75) Press
 • Police: Bristol man, 22, had sex with 14-year-old  (54) Press
 • New street name to help pave over former mall site history   (51) Bristol Round
 • Bristol police blotter  (28) Press
 • Bristol man faces threatening charges after gun incident  (19) Press
 • A Whole Lotta Mum Lovin’  (18) Bristol Round
 • Murder suspect found in Bristol to be sent back to Puerto Rico  (16) Press
 • Bristol woman accused of spitting on cop could end up with no record  (11) Press
 • Summer class gives Bristol kids a taste of the fun of cooking  (6) Press
 • Change to swing leading turnaround for Bristol Blues' Sullivan  (6) Press
 • Collaboration looms large at area's Boys & Girls Clubs  (5) Press

• monday, july 30, 2018
 • Eagle Scout has his court of honor at Gloria Dei  (25) Press
 • Music on the Farm a hit at Indian Rock Nature Preserve  (13) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: How to save on the high cost of long term care insurance  (11) Press
 • Bristol Blues split pair of road games over the weekend  (3) Press

• sunday, july 29, 2018
 • Plainville, Bristol Sharing Town Employee  (41) Courant

• saturday, july 28, 2018
 • Bristol police investigating armed robbery  (63) Press
 • 'Littleman' Jenkins found not guilty in home invasion, robbery in Bristol   (50) Press
 • Fugitive found in Bristol, wanted in Puerto Rico for murder, kidnapping, waives extradition  (17) Press
 • Bristol Legion baseball falls to RCP, eliminated from state tournament  (16) Press
 • "Music on the Farm" Comes To Bristol On Sunday  (12) Courant
 • Comfort quilts: Legion Post 2 gives blankets to military, service dogs  (8) Press
 • ESPN parent company moves closer to buying Fox  (7) Press
 • Bristol Blues set to hold Pink Night Aug. 2  (6) Press
 • Blues go to bat at Boys & Girls Club summer camp  (4) Press
 • Bristol Blues infielder Hague proving to be dangerous hitter  (3) Press

• friday, july 27, 2018
 • Bristol and New Britain police rally around ailing officer  (59) Press
 • Bristol manufacturer gets $47,000 grant from Bristol Development Authority  (46) Press
 • Firefighters use large fan to remove smoke from home  (41) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • Bristol woman, accused of defrauding government benefit program, to undergo competency evaluation  (27) Press
 • Mum Festival theme: Fall in Love with Bristol  (10) Press
 • Bristol Blues pitcher Hebner working on improving fastball velocity this summer  (5) Press
 • Boys & Girls Club to host Family Day at Cambridge Park Aug. 10  (4) Press

• thursday, july 26, 2018
 • Trial begins in Bristol home invasion  (46) Press
 • SECOND LOOK: Italian Festival began with 1960s memories  (33) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • Bristol Mayor's Office seeks suggestion's for new street name  (31) Press
 • Bristol woman, accused of spitting on police officer, using racial slur, could walk with no record  (21) Press
 • Bristol Blues turn rainout into indoor fun day with Parks and Rec Little Explorers  (11) Press
 • State Bond Commission OKs $10 million for toll feasibility study  (8) Press
 • Itsy Bitsy Spider invades Bristol Public Library, along with other children's songs  (7) Press
 • Bristol Blues' team meeting providing needed spark  (6) Press

• wednesday, july 25, 2018
 • Bristol couple, real estate broker to be featured on 'House Hunters' Thursday   (54) Press
 • Suspected Bristol drug dealer charged  (37) Press
 • Bristol man hit pedestrian, left area: police  (35) Press
 • Jury selection begins in arson trial of Bristol woman  (19) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (18) Press
 • Error cost Bristol schools $500K in state funding for 2016-17  (17) Press
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to threatening woman with shovel  (11) Press
 • Terryville man gets probation for firing gun during domestic dispute  (9) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (9) Press
 • Bristol Chamber's gubernatorial forum set for Aug. 9 in Southington  (7) Press
 • Edgewood Senior League Baseball team finishes tournament play in Eastern Regional  (7) Press
 • Bristol Blues pitcher Rouse uses time in bullpen to improve  (3) Press

• tuesday, july 24, 2018
 • School closings off Bristol Board of Ed's radar  (58) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (44) Press
 • Teachers elsewhere in Bristol system worry about impact of magnet school  (37) Press
 • Bristol man accused of assaulting pregnant wife  (25) Press
 • Bristol man charged in narcotics sales after extensive investigation, numerous surveillance hours  (23) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (20) Press
 • Bristol Council Meeting Moved Due to Democratic and Republican Primaries  (16) Bristol Round
 • Bristol-based Barnes Group acquires U.K. spring maker  (15) Press
 • Bristol Blues hoping success on the road will continue over season's final weeks  (11) Press
 • Bristol City Council meeting moved  (7) Press

• monday, july 23, 2018
 • Woman allegedly beaten, robbed, stripped naked after ride from city  (121) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (43) Press
 • Flea market drawing crowds to help kids, community  (37) Press
 • Blues help Salvation Army cook-off as they struggle for funds  (18) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (18) Press
 • Racing for a reason: Road race supporting Petit Foundation draws hundreds  (15) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Transfers between spouses explained  (11) Press
 • Clinic holding opioid support group on Wednesdays  (11) Press
 • Bristol Blues miss chance to gain ground against first place Martha's Vineyard Sharks  (8) Press
 • This week's meetings  (8) Press
 • Gajor, Kubrak combine for six goals to lead Dirty Birds (Bristol) past Oswego in Nutmeg Games Open S  (7) Press

• sunday, july 22, 2018
 • The Most Expensive Home For Sale in Bristol  (89) Bristol Round
 • Wrestling Under The Stars returns to Muzzy Field this August  (17) Press

• saturday, july 21, 2018
 • 3 in Bristol lose $40,000 to phone scam  (81) Press
 • Bristol man convicted of threatening to shoot up church  (69) Press
 • The Beach Returns to Bristol!  (47) Bristol Round
 • Super Natural Market & Deli location is on the market  (38) Press
 • Firefighters put out vehicle fire in Bristol  (34) Press
 • Bristol woman, accused of stealing envelope full of cash, applies for program  (32) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (31) Press
 • Wrestling coming to Muzzy Field  (25) Press
 • Little League Eastern Regional Softball Preview: 10 teams begin journey to Portland, Ore.  (20) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • ‘Ride for Liv’ set for July 29  (15) Observer
 • Wrestling Under The Stars returns to Muzzy Field this August  (14) Press
 • Plainville man gets prison time for trying to meet young girl for sex  (13) Press
 • Chamber hosting gubernatorial forum Aug. 9  (11) Observer
 • Riggleman joins Bristol Blues late, ready to step into key starting pitcher role  (11) Press
 • Flea and Tick Season is Here – Be Prepared to Help Your Pets  (10) Bristol Round
 • Local influence: Tom Barnes to lead search for new head of CPTV  (10) Press
 • NAACP to give out scholarship  (9) Press

• friday, july 20, 2018
 • Bristol opts out of statewide outstanding warrant crackdown  (51) Press
 • Bristol Blues taking steps to draw fans to ballpark  (28) Press
 • Bristol man, accused of sexually assaulting another man, granted program  (25) Press
 • Bristol shooting victim doing better; ID still being withheld  (19) Press
 • Man accused of threatening Plainville employer with gun granted program  (18) Press
 • Error leads to $500K loss in state funds for city’s schools  (16) Observer
 • Thompson becomes second Bristol Eastern wrestler ever to earn All-American status at Fargo Nationals  (12) Press
 • Bristol seeking musicians to play at farmers markets  (12) Press
 • Bristol Arts & Culture Commission unveils new logo  (12) Press
 • Police blotter for July 20  (10) Observer
 • High school students get chance at summer work experience  (9) Observer
 • Girl Scout Camp Carlson still accepting registration  (8) Press
 • Bristol Blues defeat North Shore Navigators in first game back from all-star break   (7) Press
 • Bristol Public Library's paint job nears completion  (7) Press

• thursday, july 19, 2018
 • Man who beat ex-girlfriend thinking she was pregnant facing serious prison time for drug offenses  (34) Press
 • Bristol woman convicted in Lake Compounce assault  (30) Press
 • Bristol Blues players enjoy being part of history, atmosphere at Muzzy Field  (10) Press
 • Wings & Wheels delivers $21,000 for Petit Family Foundation and Plainville Food Pantry  (8) Press
 • Health listings, starting July 20  (8) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting July 20  (7) Observer
 • Music listings, starting July 20  (6) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting July 20  (5) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting July 20  (5) Observer
 • Bristol Rotary Club to donate in-demand books to library  (5) Press
 • Eighth-grader's essay on educational equity read at Capitol  (5) Press
 • Support group listings, starting July 20  (3) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting July 20  (2) Observer
 • Enjoy some days at the beach ... at Imagine Nation  (2) Press

• wednesday, july 18, 2018
 • Sports bar coming in August to Bristol's N. Main St.  (73) Press
 • Man, 35, dies in Plainville accident  (66) Press
 • Bristol woman convicted in Lake Compounce assault  (44) Press
 • Brian’s Angels, street name discussed before council  (33) Observer
 • Plainville man gets prison time for trying to meet young girl for sex  (29) Press
 • Bristol man convicted of embezzling funds from McDonald's  (27) Press
 • Bristol man held in scuffle with police found competent for trial  (21) Press
 • People From Bristol’s Past: Stretch Norton  (17) Bristol Round
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • Bristol American Legion Baseball pitcher Warkoski having strong summer  (13) Press
 • Bristol schools' Dress Down Days raise nearly $25K  (12) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (10) Press
 • Cooling centers available during hot weather  (8) Observer
 • Red Cross in desperate need for blood donors — Burlington & Bristol step up  (6) Bristol Round
 • Keeping the art of carousels alive  (4) Observer
 • Bristol Blues outfielder Reynolds providing spark  (3) Press

• tuesday, july 17, 2018
 • Former Bristol woman ordered to have no contact with police officer  (53) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (28) Press
 • Wheeler Now Offers Free Weekly Opioid Education and Family Support Groups  (27) Bristol Round
 • Woman sues Bristol over injury suffered at Blues game  (26) Press
 • Bristol Offers Rap and Hip-Hop Music at Rockwell Park  (21) Bristol Round
 • Cooling Centers: Where The Hot Go To Chill  (15) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Legion baseball team cruises past Plainville, continues to roll as playoffs near  (13) Press
 • Healthy Living: Heel pain, tendinitis often afflict runners  (8) Press
 • Cooling centers open across Bristol as heat returns  (7) Press
 • Bristol Little League Girls Softball Junior League all-stars capture state championship  (7) Press
 • Bristol Boys & Girls Club reaps benefits of Mayor's Cup  (6) Press
 • Students, faculty from Tunxis volunteer at Hartford blood drive  (3) Press


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