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

• thursday, november 15, 2018
 • Plainville man, arrested on over 100 sexual assault counts, pleads guilty to single charge  (56) Press
 • Bristol woman, accused of assaulting police officer, flooding jail cells, seeking plea deal  (35) Press
 • Bristol Police Blotter  (28) Press
 • The Road to Somewhere: New Road Name Announced  (24) Bristol Round
 • Important: Beware of Local Scammers Impersonating Eversource  (14) Bristol Round
 • Last Bristol Farmers Market of the year geared toward Thanksgiving shopping  (12) Press
 • Bristol police looks to hire three new officers  (6) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls volleyball falls to undefeated Woodstock Academy in Class L state semifinals  (5) Press
 • Analysis: Bristol Central football shows resiliency in recent victory   (4) Press

• wednesday, november 14, 2018
 • Bristol to welcome a new addition: 'Hope Street'  (50) Press
 • Farmer’s Almanac Issues 2019 Winter Connecticut Forecast  (39) Bristol Round
 • Bristol's final election numbers are in  (22) Press
 • Final 2018 Farmers Market to Focus on Thanksgiving & Beer — Yes, Beer!  (20) Bristol Round
 • Bristol man who strangled woman in Southington pleads guilty, released to seek treatment  (14) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Beth Strong attends many military events  (13) Press
 • Gigs in Bristol  (12) Bristol Round
 • 2-4 Inches of Snow on Thursday? Really?  (9) Bristol Round
 • Bristol man, charged in assault of teen outside McDonald's, applies for first-time offender program  (8) Press
 • Church group makes brown bag lunches for homeless  (8) Press
 • Playoff Preview: No. 4 Bristol Eastern girls volleyball ready for tough matchup against No. 1 Woodst  (6) Press
 • Holiday Lights is Back at Lake Compounce — Adds Brunch with Santa  (3) Bristol Round
 • Winter is coming: Rain to turn to snow this Thursday  (3) Press

• tuesday, november 13, 2018
 • Motor vehicle accident briefly closes North Main Street in Bristol   (58) Press
 • Milk Store in Bristol robbed for 2nd time in just over a year  (41) Press
 • UConn Men's Basketball Coach Dan Hurley, ESPN analyst to visit Bristol's Boys & Girls Club  (18) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Central's Nathan Rosa and Bristol Eastern's Emily Mul  (16) Press
 • The Barnes Museum is a 'spirited home,' not a haunted house  (7) Press
 • The Barnes Museum is a 'spirited home,' not a haunted house  (6) Press
 • Turkey Time at Barnes!  (6) Bristol Round
 • Presentation to offer a snapshot into the work of local photographer George Moulthrop   (5) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Tips for happier holidays for caregivers and those with dementia  (4) Press

• monday, november 12, 2018
 • PRIME TIME: Bristol's old lockup was a 'disgrace' in 1894  (44) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Thank you to our veterans  (16) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Medicaid asset allocation rules were never meant to impoverish  (9) Press
 • Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble honors veterans with a salute of patriotic songs  (9) Press
 • Communities plan food baskets, hot meals for less fortunate in preparation for Thanksgiving  (7) Press
 • St. Paul, Bristol Eastern, Bristol Central girls swim teams turns in number of quality performances   (7) Press
 • Ogonowski places second for Bristol Eastern girls swimming at Class M state trials  (6) Press
 • Analysis: Bristol Eastern football frustrated with season, has one final chance to win game  (4) Press
 • Fire report for Nov. 9  (4) Observer
 • Tunxis forum explains how school shootings impact the mental health of adults and children  (4) Press
 • This week's meetings  (4) Press

• sunday, november 11, 2018
 • Harris Poll Names Local Burger Spot America’s Favorite Burger Brand  (31) Bristol Round
 • Day after forfeiting wins, Bristol Central football overcomes sluggish start to roll past East Catho  (12) Press
 • Big Election Day Winners In Bristol: Homeless Shelter, Soup Kitchens  (11) Courant
 • Tournament Roundup: Bristol Eastern girls volleyball sweeps Tolland, setting up matchup against top-  (10) Press
 • Museum to Host Clock and Watch Identification Event  (10) Bristol Round
 • Interfaith community to host Thanksgiving service  (3) Observer
 • St. Paul girls swimming turns in number of quality performances at Class S trials  (2) Press
 • Zoppo-Sassu Visits St. Joseph School  (2) Bristol Round

• saturday, november 10, 2018
 • Bristol man sentenced to one year in prison for severely injuring woman with a car  (41) Press
 • Bristol Central forfeits past two games after self-reporting ineligible player  (40) Press
 • Firefly Comedy Night  (15) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Homeless Shelters & Soup Kitchens Were the Real Winners at the Polls  (14) Bristol Round
 • Veterans recognized and fallen remembered at 10th Annual Veterans Appreciation Social  (11) Press
 • Bristol Eastern football still unable to put complete game together, falls to Manchester  (10) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls volleyball will host Class L state quarterfinal round game at noon today again  (8) Press
 • St. Paul football beats Torrington, .500 season still in reach  (8) Press
 • St. Paul Performing Arts Performs The Penny Dreadfuls  (6) Bristol Round
 • South Side Elementary School honors veterans  (6) Press

• friday, november 09, 2018
 • Bristol's Public Works Director and Parks Superintendent will be leaving  (95) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering Lucille Castiglione, owner of Frank's Pizza  (38) Press
 • Wolcott High School football team to miss game over St. Paul High School locker room damage incident  (25) Press
 • Novo Precision in Bristol celebrates expansion  (18) Press
 • Veterans Day events in Bristol  (10) Press
 • Tournament roundup: St. Paul boys soccer falls, Bristol Central advances; Bristol Eastern volleyball  (10) Press
 • Football Preview: Bristol Eastern looking to put together complete game in hopes for first win of se  (10) Press
 • Bristol Knights of Columbus to hold food drive Friday  (7) Press
 • Cancer survivors celebrate courage, strength at Bristol Hospital's 'Celebrating You! 2018' event  (7) Press
 • Plymouth's official election results  (7) Press
 • Football Preview: St. Paul looks to keep momentum going against Torrington  (5) Press

• thursday, november 08, 2018
 • Max Pizza IV gets cooking in Bristol  (61) Press
 • The votes are in... but Bristol is still counting them  (31) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Phil Lewis missed; Josephsons are in Texas  (28) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (15) Press
 • Bristol Offers Extended Hours at the Transfer Station  (12) Bristol Round
 • Visions For Vacancies: Retail Land on Bristol’s Miracle Mile — Rt. 6  (10) Bristol Round
 • Local Surgeon Closes the Ear Gap for Those Called to Military Service  (7) Bristol Round
 • Tournament roundup: Bristol Central boys soccer cruises to victory at Ellis Tech, will host Class L   (7) Press
 • The Bizarre Bazaar  (5) Bristol Round
 • Few voting problems reported locally  (5) Press
 • Official election results in Southington and Plainville  (5) Press
 • No election issues in Plymouth despite rain  (5) Press
 • 13th Annual Celebrations Around the World  (4) Bristol Round
 • Residents Form Canned Food Collection and Drive  (3) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble to Host Concert for Local Veterans  (2) Bristol Round

• wednesday, november 07, 2018
 • Henri Martin has retained his seat in the 31st Senate District  (25) Press
 • Pavalock wins third term in 77th House District race  (23) Press
 • Unofficial results for poll results in Bristol  (23) Press
 • Ziogas retains seat in 79th House District race  (15) Press
 • Betts wins 5th term in 78th House District  (11) Press
 • Petit wins second term in 22nd House District  (10) Press
 • Tournament Roundup: St. Paul boys soccer advances, Bristol Eastern falls in PKs  (8) Press
 • Youth cabinet to learn about public works  (7) Observer
 • Bristol Eastern girls swimming places second in CCC South championships, with several all-conference  (6) Press
 • GRANDDADDY'S SECRETS: Cell phones, they are everywhere  (6) Press
 • Analysis: St. Paul football knows how important final two weeks of season are  (4) Press
 • Opportunity to apply for WIC funds at hospital  (1) Observer

• tuesday, november 06, 2018
 • What you need to know this Election Day  (35) Press
 • Gadgets and gizmos aplenty at Fall Swap Meet in Bristol  (19) Press
 • Southington Police Blotter  (19) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Central girls soccer upsets Bullard Havens in first round of Class L tournam  (10) Press
 • EDITORIAL: It's time to take action  (8) Press
 • 150 ghosts, ghouls, and goblins converged on Bristol City Hall for Halloween  (6) Press
 • Analysis: Bristol Central football used team effort to overcome sloppy start   (5) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Central's Erin Petke and Bristol Eastern's Connor Err  (5) Press
 • Ashworth comes up with late pick to help seal win for St. Paul football on unusual Senior Day  (3) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: When is hospice care appropriate?   (3) Press
 • Along With A Ballot, Bristol Voters Get A Chance To Help The Poor  (2) Courant

• monday, november 05, 2018
 • BRISTOL BITS: A long-awaited class reunion  (43) Press
 • Donate to needy as you cast your ballot  (11) Observer
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Is Medicaid planning ethical?  (10) Press
 • Sports Roundup: St. Paul girls swimming places eighth in NVL Championships   (6) Press
 • Fire report for Nov. 2  (6) Observer
 • Bristol Eastern, Bristol Central to take on Class L girls soccer field  (4) Press
 • BBB Tips For Avoiding Holiday Job Scams  (4) Bristol Round
 • Less than 48 hours, and that’s it  (3) Bristol Round
 • This week's meetings  (3) Press
 • Ashworth comes up with late pick to help seal win for St. Paul football on usual Senior Day  (3) Press

• sunday, november 04, 2018
 • YOUR VIEW: Here's one view of the Bristol ballot questions  (22) Press
 • PHOTOS: New Downtown Building Going up Fast — Vast Contrast From Renaissance Downtowns Promises  (14) Bristol Round
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Recognizing the signs of DVT can save a life  (14) Press
 • ACE Awards Honor Ellen Zoppo-Sassu and Lori Meusel Eschner   (11) Press

• saturday, november 03, 2018
 • Bristol police blotter  (49) Press
 • Brotherly love: Johnathan Hernandez details Aaron's struggles in book  (28) Press
 • Plainville teen, accused of having sex with minor, granted program  (19) Press
 • Disney CEO Visits Bristol For ESPN Employee Town Hall Meeting: Says Network Will Stand The Test of T  (16) Bristol Round
 • One Year on the Job: Mayor Ellen Zoppo-Sassu  (14) Bristol Round
 • Plainville police blotter  (14) Press
 • Here's where to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 6  (13) Press
 • Martin and Wright battle for the 31st Senate District  (9) Press
 • Bristol Has Questions on the Ballot — Want to Know More?  (9) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Central earns share of division lead with comeback victory over Platt  (8) Press
 • Dems rally with local union workers to get out the vote  (6) Press
 • No. 4 Bristol Eastern, No. 5 St. Paul lead area teams in state girls volleyball tournaments  (6) Press
 • No. 7 St. Paul is top seed among city teams in boys soccer state tournaments  (6) Press
 • Bristol Eastern, Bristol Central to take on Class L girls soccer field  (5) Press
 • Bristol Eastern football suffers through elements, is routed by Wethersfield  (5) Press
 • State Constitutional amendments also on ballot Tuesday  (5) Press
 • Football Preview: St. Paul will face evenly-matched opponent in Kennedy today  (4) Press
 • Wheeler’s Family Health & Wellness Center in Bristol to Host Free Weekly Opioid Education and Family  (4) Bristol Round

• friday, november 02, 2018
 • Bristol man charged with trying to throw cop off a balcony denied second chance at program  (56) Press
 • Know what's on your ballot: Bristol to ask voters six questions this Tuesday  (40) Press
 • Former Bristol man pleads not guilty to trying to assault a judicial marshal  (29) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Sheila and Jim Bousquet do good for the city and for veterans  (18) Press
 • Police blotter for Nov. 2  (17) Observer
 • Barnes Group Continues to Grow  (14) Bristol Round
 • Meet the candidates: Cara Pavalock-D’Amato  (11) Observer
 • Crowley Auto gives check and encouragement to Bristol TEC  (9) Press
 • Health listings, starting Nov. 2  (7) Observer
 • Bristol goes to polls Tuesday  (7) Observer
 • Bristol Central boys cross country places 13th, Terryville 19th, at State Open  (6) Press
 • Bristol Election: Both Parties Look to Change Legislative Delegation  (6) Courant
 • Senior listings starting Nov. 2  (6) Observer
 • Football Preview: Bristol Central has chance to take lead in division against Platt  (6) Press
 • Letter carriers annual food drive on Nov. 17  (5) Observer
 • Candidates square off at chamber forum  (4) Observer
 • Gridiron preview for Nov. 2  (4) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting Nov. 2  (3) Observer
 • Dining listings starting Nov. 2  (3) Observer
 • Meeting listings, starting Nov. 2  (3) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting Nov. 2  (3) Observer
 • Music listings, starting Nov. 2  (2) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting Nov. 2  (2) Observer
 • Election Day activities at Imagine Nation  (2) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting Nov. 2  (2) Observer
 • Football Preview: After latest loss, Bristol Eastern knows it must turn page as it visits Wethersfie  (2) Press

• thursday, november 01, 2018
 • Plymouth man convicted of assaulting woman  (25) Press
 • Bristol police wrap cruiser in lavender to raise money and awareness for cancer  (24) Press
 • Sports Roundup: Bristol Eastern girls soccer wins CCC South Patriot division with tie against Plainv  (6) Press
 • Croze, Errato late goals highlight thrilling night for Bristol Eastern soccer against Bristol Centra  (5) Press
 • Meet the candidates: Chris Wright  (5) Observer
 • Meet the candidates: Henri Martin  (5) Observer
 • Meet the candidates: Chris Ziogas  (1) Observer
 • Meet the candidates: Dave Rackliffe  (1) Observer
 • St. Paul girls volleyball having record season  (1) Press
 • Candidates compete for 77th House District  (1) Press

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