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News From Monday, April 01 2024 To Tuesday, April 30 2024

• Friday, April 19, 2024
 • New Bristol DTC chair wants to rebuild (6) Press
 • Bristol peace march on May 18 (4) Press
 • Bristol leaders delay decision on plan to euthanize geese (3) WFSB
 • Bristol Eastern wins seventh straight with 20-6 win over Manchester (2) Press
 • Proposed plan to control geese population in Bristol draws emotional public comment (1) Press
 • Bristol Central starting to find consistency with 10-0 shutout over Hall (1) Press
 • Sports Recap: St. Paul baseball falls to Torrington (0) Press
 • Bristol Central defeats Maloney in boys and girls track on Tuesday (0) TBE  , Just Posted
 • Bristol Eastern girls and boys sweep Lewis Mills in track on Tuesday (0) TBE  , Just Posted
 • Plan to kill geese in CT city paused after outpouring of passionate input on both sides (0) Courant  , Just Posted
 • Bristol’s geese are saved - for now (0) Press


• Thursday, April 18, 2024
 • 735 Farmington Ave. property case versus the city receives new schedule from New Britain court (49) TBE
 • Police Blotter: April 16, 2024 (33) Police Blotter
 • Broad St. reopened after road rage shooting in Bristol (19) Press
 • ‘He lived a life worth living’ Drury’s legacy remembered for his impact on others (13) Press
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/17/2024 (8) BHS
 • Police Blotter: April 17, 2024 (8) Police Blotter
 • Bristol veterans sell merch to fund monument (6) Press
 • American Legion Kids Walk fundraiser set for April 27 (5) TBE
 • Mama Train, Mr. Magic ‘headline’ Bristol library (3) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol! (2) TBE
 • St. Paul suffers set back in extra innings, dropping 3-2 contest to Torrington (2) TBE
 • Public Works to meet in council chambers at 6 p.m. (1) TBE
 • Connecticut’s cost of living continues to exceed national average (1) Inside Investigator
 • Community Bellsprout Day is here this week (1) TBE
 • Day 18 of April poetry selections (0) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern girls lacrosse gets beaten by a polished Conard team, 14-2 (0) TBE
 • House Passes Bill To Help Towns Thwart Street Takeovers (0) CT News Junkie
 • Best Brothers: Big brother, mentee give praise to each other (0) Press


• Wednesday, April 17, 2024
 • Road rage incident led to shooting in Bristol (56) WFSB
 • Police Blotter: April 12, 13, 14, 15 2024 (44) Police Blotter
 • LifeStar deployed to Bristol Hospital (21) TBE
 • What’s up with those pesky geese? (17) Press
 • Man shot in road rage on Bristol street (11) Press
 • Accessible nature trail set to open May 5 (6) Press
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/16/2024 (4) BHS
 • Bristol Eastern dominates Bristol Central girls lacrosse in 18-7 victory (3) Press
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/15/2024 (3) BHS
 • Broad Street closed as part of criminal investigation (3) TBE
 • Park Commissioners to discuss next steps with geese management program (1) TBE
 • St. Paul defeats Watertown with a combined no-hitter Monday afternoon, 8-0, at Deland Field (1) TBE
 • UPDATED: Man shot in road rage on Bristol street; Police reopen road (1) Press
 • Code Enforcement and Board of Park Commissioners on city meeting schedule today (1) TBE
 • Mid-week roundup features Duck Race tickets on sale, upcoming fishing derbies and BPRYCS hiring (0) TBE
 • E.O. Smith wins first game of the season against Bristol Eastern (0) Press
 • Day 17 of April poetry selections (0) TBE
 • Legendary vocal group The Drifters to perform at Rockwell Theater this weekend (0) TBE
 • Day 16 of April poetry selections (0) TBE
 • Broad Street closure involves ‘road rage’ shooting (0) TBE
 • Eastern girls lacrosse dominates in 18-7 win over Central (0) TBE


• Tuesday, April 16, 2024
 • Beauty salon takes up a corner (31) Press
 • Annual Bristol military salute dinner on May 8 (12) Press
 • Veterans Strong Community Center and Bristol Veterans Council announce their 13th Annual Salute Dinner in May. (2) TBE
 • In Special Training: Company trains Special Olympic runners (2) Press
 • Blumenthal Pushes For Federal Funding For Mental-Health Services (1) CT News Junkie


• Monday, April 15, 2024
 • One more party for ex-Bristol Police Chief Gould (16) Press
 • Clingan talks decision to enter NBA Draft: “I have a chance to be a top-15 pick,” (13) Press
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/14/2024 (8) BHS
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/13/2024 (7) BHS
 • Bristol Co-op mounts late game comeback to defeat city-rival St. Paul (6) Press
 • City-wide cleanup day set Saturday, April 20 (4) TBE
 • Bill that stops license suspension over unpaid tickets moves to House Floor (2) Inside Investigator
 • A terrific year for UConn basketball, especially the UConn men’s team (2) TBE
 • Friends of Animals proposes humane management plan to deal with geese (2) TBE
 • Good morning, Bristol! (2) TBE
 • Eastern loses tough 4-3 decision to Torrington on Saturday (1) TBE
 • Day 14 of April poetry selections (1) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern girls lacrosse opens season at 2-2, big cross-town battle with Central on Monday (1) TBE
 • Day 15 of April poetry selections (0) TBE
 • Park’s Fund and Advocacy Committee meets this evening at 5 p.m. (0) TBE
 • Bill would make telehealth expansions permanent (0) Inside Investigator


• Sunday, April 14, 2024
 • Connecticut sends its trash west. Here’s what lawmakers want you to do instead. (26) Courant
 • How to get student loan forgiveness in 2024 (15) Courant
 • Medicare Advantage under fire for denying treatment; CT lawmaker investigating (9) Courant
 • Gas prices have risen in CT, but 'things could be a lot worse,' experts say (6) CTInsider
 • Tax refund not in the mail? U.S. Postal Service and Julie Jason warn about theft (4) CTInsider
 • 2nd annual egg hunt aims to build a bridge between Zbikowski Park and Bristol Boys and Girls Club (2) TBE
 • St. Paul defeats Naugatuck, 6-2, for first loss (1) TBE
 • Senate Votes To Create Task Forces To Study Hate Speech, Universal Intake For Behavioral Health (1) CT News Junkie


• Saturday, April 13, 2024
 • UConn center Donovan Clingan entering NBA draft (25) ESPN
 • UConn's Donovan Clingan to enter the 2024 NBA Draft (9) NBC30
 • Pedestrian seriously hurt in Pine St. hit and run in Bristol (15) Press
 • Planned Bristol city budget rises 3.69% (13) Press
 • Thousands sign petition against Eversource rate increase (7) Inside Investigator
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/12/2024 (6) BHS
 • Just a matter of time before Donovan Clingan joins BSHoF! Who’s who? this time around (5) TBE
 • Spring School Choice Fair set Saturday, April 20 (3) TBE
 • Day 13 of April poetry selections (2) TBE
 • Homefield advantage: Host families keep the Blues going (2) Press


• Friday, April 12, 2024
 • State police arrest suspect in Bristol hit-and-run after separate crash: police (21) NBC30
 • Pedestrian injured in hit and run accident (13) TBE
 • CT pedestrian seriously injured in hit-and-run. Driver charged with DUI after second crash (8) Courant
 • Police Blotter: April 11, 2024 (16) Police Blotter
 • Are grocery stores price gouging for profit? CT attorney general investigating (11) Courant
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/11/2024 (4) BHS
 • Good morning, Bristol! (2) TBE
 • UConn victory parade in Hartford Saturday (1) Press
 • With Utility Shutoffs Returning May 2, State’s Consumer Counsel Warns Residents of Scams (1) CT News Junkie
 • Bristol Central softball wins second-straight with dominant victory over Newington (0) Press
 • Day 12 of April poetry selections (0) TBE


• Thursday, April 11, 2024
 • O.J. Simpson dies of cancer at age 76 (7) CNN
 • Bristol man loses in Powerball drawing for S1.4 billion Saturday night. (33) TBE
 • Police Blotter: April 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 2024 (31) Police Blotter
 • ‘Monsters of Rock’ concert to benefit veterans comes to Bristol this weekend (26) TBE
 • Water safety instructor promoted to aquatics coordinator (8) TBE
 • Spring Pops Concert to celebrate Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble’s Rich Theriault (7) TBE
 • Parade in jeopardy: Forestville Legion needs funds fast (7) Press
 • Mid-week roundup includes parade for UConn men’s basketball, Duck Race info and BPRYCS employment opportunities (6) TBE
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/10/2024 (6) BHS
 • Retirement Board meets at 5 p.m. (6) TBE
 • Good morning, Bristol! (5) TBE
 • Maloney’s 8-run first inning sparks win over Bristol Eastern Wednesday afternoon (5) TBE
 • St. Paul earns win in back-and-forth battle with Lewis Mills, 10-9, on walk-off sacrifice fly (4) TBE
 • Former students address Diversity Council (3) TBE
 • Wilson leads St. Paul to victory over Wilby, 10-0 (2) TBE
 • Day 11 of April poetry selections (2) TBE
 • Senior Center announces April events (2) TBE
 • 73rd Perry J. Spinelli Fishing Derby set for April 27 (2) TBE
 • Spinelli Fishing Derby in Bristol casts off April 27 (2) Press
 • Lamont grants $35.5M for state nonprofits (1) Press
 • Black History Month programs in Bristol vary (0) TBE
 • Mega Heracross coming to raids nearby (0) TBE


• Wednesday, April 10, 2024
 • Bristol Eastern no-hit by New Britain Monday night (14) TBE
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/9/2024 (7) BHS
 • Championship parade for UConn men’s basketball set for Saturday in Hartford. Here’s when it starts (6) Courant
 • General Assembly Considers Codifying OSHA Minimum Safety Standards For Volunteer Emergency Responders (3) CT News Junkie
 • Advocates, lawmakers: continue CT campaign for cleaner school air quality (1) CTInsider


• Tuesday, April 09, 2024
 • UConn wins first back-to-back men’s NCAA basketball titles since 2007 (5) CNN
 • Connecticut Huskies cruise to sixth NCAA championship (4) ESPN
 • Two Bristol libraries offer ‘Passports’ to its patrons (10) Press
 • Clingan makes his mark in history as he leads UConn to back-to-back national championships (6) Press
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/8/2024 (6) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol! (5) TBE
 • Eclipse passes as quickly as 4 minutes (5) TBE
 • Thomaston Bank donates $33K to groups (4) Press
 • UConn and Clingan march to 2nd national championship with win over Purdue (4) TBE
 • Joint board and city council meet this evening (3) TBE
 • State Reaches Donor Record But More Than 1,000 Await Transplants (3) CT News Junkie
 • Day 9 of April’s poetry selections (2) TBE
 • Annual WOW event to feature comedian Robin Reiser (2) TBE
 • Local libraries celebrate National Library Week (1) TBE
 • Amid Progress On Electric Vehicles, Political Setbacks Frustrate Advocates In Maine, Connecticut (1) CT News Junkie
 • Murphy, Blumenthal Join Arulampalam To Announce $4.5 Million In Federal Flood Control Funds (1) CT News Junkie
 • Eclipse was exciting, educational for Imagine Nation students (0) Press
 • BristolWORKS! offers ‘Manufacturing 101’ (0) Press


• Monday, April 08, 2024
 • Saying Goodbye: With cake in hand, Gould is sent off (8) Press
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/7/2024 (7) BHS
 • Bristol spa uses tech to trim body fat (3) Press
 • 'One more:' Clingan, Castle send UConn to back-to-back title games (3) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball opens season with tough loss at Wethersfield Saturday (2) TBE
 • Good morning, Bristol! (2) TBE
 • Zoning Commission meets this evening in council chambers (1) TBE
 • Visit Connecticut libraries in April as part of Passport to Connecticut Libraries 2024 and get entered in drawing (1) TBE
 • Day 8 of April’s poetry selections (0) TBE


• Sunday, April 07, 2024
 • UConn men’s basketball back in national championship game with 86-72 Final Four win over Alabama (4) ESPN
 • Community Bagon Day is here! (7) TBE
 • Clock & Watch Museum offers week of free admissions and special activities commemorating 70th anniversary (6) TBE
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/6/2024 (6) BHS
 • UConn men’s basketball on the way to the NCAA Final, women fall short in an amazing run and a solar eclipse (2) TBE
 • Day 7 of April’s poetry selections (0) TBE
 • St. Paul baseball defeats Kennedy in Waterbury (0) TBE


• Saturday, April 06, 2024
 • Earthquake shakes Connecticut, felt across wide swathe of East Coast (19) Courant
 • Bill allowing use of photo noise monitoring moves to Senate floor (16) Inside Investigator
 • Morello named Bristol interim police chief (13) Press
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/5/2024 (8) BHS
 • Chief bids adieu to city with final salute (5) TBE
 • Bill to increase threshold for felony fraud moves to House floor (5) Inside Investigator
 • Stowe elevated to aquatics coordinator at BPRYCS (3) Press
 • American Clock museum fetes 70th with free tickets (3) Press
 • A military and civic-minded individual; gray or silver or silver gray or silverish or grayish? (3) TBE
 • DUNGEONS FANS: Library to gauge game’s interest (2) Press
 • Day 6 of April’s poetry selections (0) TBE


• Friday, April 05, 2024
 • Bristol Republicans voted at almost 11 percent, Democrats at a little over 6 percent in Tuesday’s primary (12) TBE
 • 2024 Final Four: UConn's Donovan Clingan and a journey of dominance marked by tragedy (11) ESPN
 • Good morning, Bristol! (7) TBE
 • Public invited to celebrate Chief Gould on his retirement (7) TBE
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/4/2024 (5) BHS
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/3/2024 (4) BHS
 • Terryville Lions Club hosting Mom’s Day breakfast (4) Press
 • Misfit Moms’ egg hunt part of day-long event Saturday (4) TBE
 • Bristol Central hoping to pick up where they left off from last season (3) Press
 • St. Paul hoping to make progress after just missing state tournament last season (1) Press
 • Morello named Acting Chief of Police Thursday night (1) TBE
 • Gov. Lamont proclaims this weekend in honor of UConn women’s and men’s basketball teams (0) TBE
 • Day 5 of April’s poetry selections pending (0) TBE


• Thursday, April 04, 2024
 • Bristol man charged in assault of woman (58) Press
 • Police: Bristol man accused of threatening tow truck driver with gun (38) CTInsider
 • Police Blotter: April 3, 2024 (22) Police Blotter
 • 30-year effort to eliminate CT car tax fails again. Lawmakers aren’t giving up (11) Courant
 • Bridge Detour: Jerome Ave. crossing rebuild to start April 8 (9) Press
 • Chippanee to host St. Joseph Classic (7) Press
 • Car Tax Repeal Runs Aground In Finance Committee (6) CT News Junkie
 • Good morning, Bristol! (4) TBE
 • City Council to vote on interim Chief of Police this evening at special meeting (3) TBE
 • Day 4 of April’s poetry selections (1) TBE
 • Special meeting of the City Council to address interim Police Chief position (1) TBE


• Wednesday, April 03, 2024
 • Jerome Avenue Bridge Project to begin next Monday (26) TBE
 • Eversource starts Bristol gas line replacements (23) Press
 • Police Blotter: April 2, 2024 (22) Police Blotter
 • CT man charged for allegedly pointing gun at tow truck driver on Route 72 (10) Courant
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/2/2024 (9) BHS
 • Bristol Library will host D&D interest night in June (6) Press
 • Big Send-Off Set: Gould getting ‘royal’ treatment (6) Press
 • Public Works spring leaf collection begins in April (4) TBE
 • Freshman Dagata tosses no-hitter over 5 innings as St. Paul baseball defeats Ansonia, 10-0 (4) TBE
 • Today’s meetings include Code Enforcement and Board of Education (3) TBE
 • Day 3 of April’s poetry selections (3) TBE
 • Mid-week roundup includes summer employment opportunities and program from Bristol Parks and Rec and ticket sales for this year’s Duck Race (3) TBE
 • POW/MIA monument fundraising continues to build toward Memorial Day unveiling (2) TBE
 • Senator Blumenthal pushes to punish animal abusers (2) Press


• Tuesday, April 02, 2024
 • Development continues in Bristol: Sessions Building open to developers; Dairy Queen still up in the air (43) TBE
 • Police Blotter: April 1, 2024 (34) Police Blotter
 • Morello put up as interim Bristol police chief (20) Press
 • City’s OM Keystone show to feature Fleetwood Mac (16) Press
 • Eversource Gas Main Replacement Projects (15) Bristol
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 4/1/2024 (7) BHS
 • St. Paul’s Tice has had a year to remember as she takes NVL, states top honors (6) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol! (5) TBE
 • Lancers, Rams have five named All-CCC (4) Press
 • Making a Wish: Jersey Mike’s raises $16K for charity (3) Press
 • Railroad crossing on Center Street to be closed Tuesday morning through Wednesday afternoon (3) TBE
 • Forestville’s Memorial Parade seeking participants, from family members of those lost at war to youth groups (3) TBE
 • Presidential primary voting begins at 6 a.m. (3) TBE
 • Bill To Address Cyberflashing, Domestic Violence, NDAs Clears Judiciary Committee (3) CT News Junkie
 • Libraries will be front and center next week (3) Press
 • Day 2 of April’s poetry selections (2) TBE
 • Democrats, Advocates Say Standardizing Hospital Financial Assistance Forms Will Promote Health Equity (2) CT News Junkie
 • Legislative Republicans Offer Proposals To Deter Voter Fraud (2) CT News Junkie


• Monday, April 01, 2024
 • Police Blotter: March 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 2024 (46) Police Blotter
 • Bristol railroad crossing repairs closes part of Center Street, police say (15) CTInsider
 • Today’s meetings include library board and Police Memorial Committee (9) TBE
 • CT's worker shortage in manufacturing needs to be addressed, but how? (7) CTInsider
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 3/31/2024 (7) BHS
 • UConn men’s and women’s basketball programs continue to hold their own in this year’s NCAA tournaments (5) TBE
 • CT bill would alter utility shutoff protection for severely ill (5) CTInsider
 • Good morning, Bristol! (5) TBE
 • St. Paul softball falls to Ellington on opening day (4) Press
 • St. Paul finding new identity with new underclassmen (3) Press
 • St. Paul baseball drops contest at Wolcott, 4-3, on opening day (3) TBE
 • Marine Corps red satin jacket conferred on Iwo Jima veteran in ceremony at American Legion Hall (3) TBE
 • St. Paul softball falls to Ellington on opening day (2) Press
 • Bristol Eastern gets set to face off against Maloney in season-opener (1) Press
 • April is poetry month–here’s a few for today (1) TBE


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• Sunday, March 31, 2024
 • 5 big plays from Donovan Clingan in UConn's win over Illinois (9) CTInsider
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 3/30/2024 (8) BHS
 • UConn women grind past Duke, 53-45, to set up Elite 8 meeting with top seed USC (4) BHS
 • Former US Sen. Joe Lieberman remembered as 'mensch' who bridged political divides (2) CTInsider
 • CT's economy grew modestly at end of 2023, but many are optimistic for future (2) CTInsider


• Saturday, March 30, 2024
 • Passing the Baton: Theriault retiring from Bristol Chorale (29) Press
 • Bristol man gets probation for condo fire (16) Press
 • Trip down memory lane recalls Dave Lepore; a Boys Club director with ties to legendary coach; shout outs (12) TBE
 • Hundreds enjoy Easter egg hunt in Bristol (9) Press
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 3/29/2024 (7) BHS
 • Post 209 Annual Youth Fishing Derby set for late April at Rockwell Park Lagoon (5) TBE
 • Bristol Central baseball, softball gear up for upcoming season, aim to repeat success (5) Press
 • DEEP Receives 4 Offshore Wind Bids To Help Power Connecticut’s Grid (5) CT News Junkie
 • Clingan’s second half defensive performance sends UConn to Elite Eight despite poor shooting night (4) Press
 • Barnes Museum hosts some big events in April (4) Press
 • Deadline for Wheeler program for prospective foster parents is approaching on April 6 (2) TBE
 • Early voting resumes this morning at 10 a.m. (1) TBE


• Friday, March 29, 2024
 • Renters’ Reprieve: Tenants’ rent frozen for at least a month (24) Press
 • The IRS owes CT residents $11M in unclaimed tax refunds. Are you due money? (17) CTInsider
 • UConn men pull away, advance to Elite Eight with 82-52 rout of San Diego State (9) Courant
 • All-CCC Lancer, D’Amato, believes Bristol Eastern will turn it around this season (8) Press
 • ‘Stealth’ ticks are out in CT and waiting to spread Lyme, other diseases (6) Courant
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 3/28/2024 (5) BHS
 • Bristol Meals on Wheels needs funds (4) Press
 • Childcare Costs Take Center Stage At State Capitol (2) CT News Junkie
 • Connecticut, two other neighboring states get offshore wind project proposals (2) CTInsider
 • Good morning, Bristol! (2) TBE
 • Ex-Sen. Joe Lieberman, Dem VP pick, dead at 82 (1) Press
 • Flags to fly at half-staff in honor of Lieberman (1) TBE


• Thursday, March 28, 2024
 • Police Blotter: March 26, 2024 (50) Police Blotter
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 3/27/2024 (12) BHS
 • The first day of early voting runs smoothly (7) TBE
 • Post 209 Jukebox Bingo set for April 6 at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church (5) TBE
 • Good morning, Bristol! (5) TBE
 • Fire Commission and ARPA meetings today at City Hall (3) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern’s Sward adds to impressive season after being named All-State (3) Press
 • Joe Lieberman Remembered For Integrity, Conviction, And Being ‘Fiercely Independent’ (2) CT News Junkie
 • Old American flags may be deposited in drop box outside American Legion Post 2 (2) TBE
 • Fair Rent Commission Task Force to meet this evening (2) TBE
 • Claude Rains returns as ‘Phantom’ at Witch’s Dungeon (2) Press
 • Sharing his light: Archdiocese fetes St. Matthew teacher (2) Press
 • Easter egg hunt at Indian Rock on Friday (1) Press
 • Mid-week roundup — Boys and Girls Club to hold gala, Post 209 plans annual bingo and Patriot’s Day nominations sought (1) TBE
 • Next BRXSTOL presentation is open to all at the library this Saturday (1) TBE
 • ‘World of Wonders: Taken Over!’ runs through Sunday night (1) TBE
 • St. Paul senior’s talk selected for TED-Ed channel (1) TBE


• Wednesday, March 27, 2024
 • CT man who allegedly lit condo on fire to rid building of ‘evil spirits’ could have charges dismissed (38) Courant
 • Esporta Fitness closing its doors today (31) Press
 • Jefferson Ave. rent complaints made (28) Press
 • Clock and Watch museum installs vintage Seth Thomas street clock (13) TBE
 • Tramazzo elected new Bristol RTC leader (6) Press
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 3/26/2024 (5) BHS
 • Offshore Wind Industry Gets New Tax Credits (3) CT News Junkie


• Tuesday, March 26, 2024
 • Police search for suspect after attempted burglary in Bristol (37) Other
 • Police Blotter: March 25, 2024 (28) Police Blotter
 • Historic Thomas Clock installed in Bristol (20) Press
 • Home care may not be cheaper option (11) Press
 • When heartburn won’t go away — GERD (9) Press
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 3/25/2024 (6) BHS
 • Legislature Approves Resolution To Increase Wages, Benefits For 12,000 Home Care Workers (4) CT News Junkie
 • World War II veteran to be honored today at American Legion Post 2 event (3) TBE
 • Budget reviews continue this evening at City Hall (3) TBE
 • Good morning, Bristol! (3) TBE
 • Equine therapy expands program at Shepard Meadows (2) Press
 • Paid sick leave? Electric cars? What CT legislators think can get done (1) Courant


• Monday, March 25, 2024
 • Police Blotter: March 22, 23, 24 2024 (33) Police Blotter
 • Donovan Clingan leads UConn men to Sweet 16 with dominant performance in 75-58 win over 9-seed Northwestern (13) Courant
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 3/24/2024 (10) BHS
 • Good morning, Bristol! (6) TBE
 • Prohibition On Female Genital Mutilation And Cutting Falls Short Of Becoming A Bill For Third Year (5) CT News Junkie
 • Committee OKs Bill To Allow Churches To Build Temporary Shelters On Their Properties (4) CT News Junkie
 • There is something about March and it has to do with basketball (4) TBE
 • Outstanding youth: Josie K. Boys & Girls Club winner (3) Press
 • Clingan “sticking to the script” as he leads UConn to school’s 19th Sweet 16 appearance (3) Press
 • St. Paul Falcons softball eyeing a Class S quarterfinals appearance (3) Press
 • Planning Commission meets this evening at 6 p.m. (3) TBE
 • Bid to expand paid sick days to all CT workers advances. GOP lawmakers call it ‘tone-deaf proposal.’ (3) Courant


• Sunday, March 24, 2024
 • Park Board votes to formalize a management plan for the geese on Memorial Boulevard (44) TBE
 • Bill enabling homeless shelters on church grounds will move to House floor (12) Inside Investigator
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 3/232/2024 (9) BHS
 • CT state police ramping up traffic enforcement to cut down on crashes, fatalities (8) Courant
 • Legislative committee approves firearms ban within 250 feet of CT polls (7) CTInsider
 • How much rain fell in Connecticut during Saturday's storm? (4) CTInsider
 • Julie Jason: Taxpayers have questions on IRS interest charges (1) CTInsider
 • Digital Book Costs For Libraries Debated In Government Committee (1) CT News Junkie


• Saturday, March 23, 2024
 • BHS program brings back memories of Bristol Girls Club (13) TBE
 • City closes for observance of Good Friday (7) TBE
 • Democrats Want To Add Environmental Rights To State Constitution (7) CT News Junkie
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 3/21/2024 (5) BHS
 • Historical Society - Bristol Preserved 3/22/2024 (4) BHS
 • Nothing like that annual St. Patrick’s Day card and coin; found memories of Bob Caron (3) TBE
 • Energy Committee Advances Procurement Bill (3) CT News Junkie
 • Kate, Princess of Wales, says she has cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy (3) Courant
 • One down: Top seed UConn men dominate Stetson for 91-52 win in NCAA Tournament opener (2) Courant


• Friday, March 22, 2024
 • Police Blotter: March 21, 2024 (35) Police Blotter
 • Center Street reopens after short closure (18) Press
 • American Treasure: Iwo Jima survivor receiving jacket (10) Press
 • Expansion Of Paid Sick Leave Advances On Party Line Vote (10) CT News Junkie
 • Good morning, Bristol! (10) TBE
 • ECSU honors Bristol natives (7) Press
 • Bristol Police Chief Gould leads accolades (7) Press
 • Deadlines for early voting and registration near (6) TBE
 • New England Carousel Museum gets cleaning (6) Press
 • Bristol Farmers Market incorporates as a nonprofit (4) TBE
 • Fire Station 3 Building Committee meets today, wetlands onsite inspection tomorrow (2) TBE
 • Bristol Central’s McMahon named All-Central Connecticut Conference (0) Press
 • Connecticut Shows Small Increase in Employment: Labor Report (0) CT News Junkie


• Thursday, March 21, 2024
 • Police Blotter: March 20, 2024 (25) Police Blotter
 • New management: Farmer’s Market an official nonprofit (19) Press
 • Blues’ Sonier remembered for ‘kindness,’ his smile (15) Press
 • Police: Bristol street reopens after pothole at rail crossing sparked closure (12) CTInsider
 • Jersey Mike’s making a wish (6) Press
 • Lancers alum Ouellette selected to 2024 NEWBA senior All-Star game (4) Press
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/20/2024 (4) BHS
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/19/2024 (4) BHS
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/18/2024 (3) BHS
 • Good morning, Bristol! (2) TBE
 • ‘The Magic School Bus: Lost in the Solar System’ rides to the Rockwell Theater (2) TBE
 • Road closed for repairs between Center, North Main and Summer streets (2) TBE
 • Road reopens between Center, North Main and Summer streets (2) TBE
 • Role-playing game creator to address Bristol Historical Society gaming club (2) Press
 • Main Street Community Foundation awards over $2 million during 2023 (1) TBE
 • Blumenthal Sponsors Two Bills To Crack Down On Landlords’ Use Of Software That Shares Rental Pricing Data (1) CT News Junkie


• Wednesday, March 20, 2024
 • Police Blotter: March 19, 2024 (39) Police Blotter
 • Bristol residents are not on board with the geese problem solution (39) TBE
 • Park Board will consider solutions to the problem of geese control on Memorial Boulevard at Wednesday night’s meeting (10) TBE
 • Main Street Community Foundation marks $2.4M in grants, elects officers (10) Press
 • Bristol Memorial Day parade prepping starts (7) Press
 • Bristol Sports Hall of Fame honors 107 scholar-athletes from the three city high schools (6) TBE
 • Board of Park Commissioners among today’s meetings (4) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern’s Sward, Tate named All-CCC after stellar season (3) Press
 • Clingan’s historic double-double leads UConn to Big East Championship (2) Press
 • Eversource ranks second-to-last in customer satisfaction survey (2) CTInsider
 • Mid-week roundup includes American Legion Post 209 spring program, city’s spring leaf collection and annual Patriot’s Day celebration (1) TBE
 • ‘World of Wonders’ keeps giving with return of the ‘Rouge of the Jungle’ (0) TBE


• Tuesday, March 19, 2024
 • Man dies two weeks after being struck by vehicle in Bristol, police say (43) CTInsider
 • Public Works announces road resurfacing and road repairs for spring (32) TBE
 • Police Blotter: March 15, 16, 17, 18 2024 (29) Police Blotter
 • Mayor: City may have second cannabis shop (27) Press
 • Early March accident being investigated by Bristol Police (20) TBE
 • Board of Education chair resigns position, leading to election of new officers, reshuffling of committees (11) TBE
 • Kelly, Tice lead St. Paul to first State Championship since 2010 (7) Press
 • New bus route connects area towns (7) Press
 • Board of Education approves alcohol sales at The Rockwell (4) TBE
 • Boys and Girls Club awarded grant from new Ann Gudegast Fund (4) TBE
 • Good morning, Bristol! (3) TBE
 • Report: CT ranked fifth in home foreclosure activity in February (2) CTInsider
 • Holy Week starts Sunday (2) Press
 • St. Matthew’s J.V. Girls end outstanding season as State runners-up (1) TBE
 • Bank foundation grants local kids project (1) Press
 • Among today’s city meetings are Real Estate and Board of Police Commissioners (0) TBE
 • After plummeting during the pandemic, marriage rates on the rise in CT (0) CTInsider


• Monday, March 18, 2024
 • ‘SLAM THE SCAM:' Bysiewicz: Residents stay on alert (23) Press
 • It’s time for CT’s bears to emerge. The state has a new law on the animals and what you need to know (17) Courant
 • Shamrock 2- and 5-mile winners hail from Bristol and Middlebury (14) TBE
 • Pharmacy giant will layoff hundreds of people in CT; close distribution center (8) Courant
 • State lawmakers thinking about barring legacy admissions (7) Press
 • Police Dept. and Parks and Rec on tonight’s Board of Finance agenda (4) TBE
 • Bristol City Council Meeting (Video) - 03/12/24 (4) Council
 • UConn men's basketball team No. 1 overall seed, begins NCAA Tournament Friday vs. Stetson in Brooklyn (3) CTInsider
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/17/2024 (3) Press
 • Those who do the work among us, and Happy St. Patrick’s Day–‘Lá fhéile Pádraig sona dhaoibh!’ (3) TBE
 • Good morning, Bristol! (3) TBE
 • The United States has its first large offshore wind farm, with more to come (2) CTInsider
 • Energy Committee Considers Taxing Streaming Services Like Television And Cable (2) CT News Junkie
 • Reducing EV charging costs in CT a focus of United Illuminating pilot program (1) CTInsider
 • Police Dept. and Parks and Rec on tonight’s Board of Finance agenda (1) TBE


• Sunday, March 17, 2024
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/16/2024 (11) BHS
 • Veterans program celebrates old friendships, with cake cutting and presentations (8) TBE
 • Nation Guard K9 unit visits Hubbell School (4) TBE
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/15/2024 (4) BHS
 • UConn men top Marquette for eighth Big East tournament title (3) CTInsider
 • Planning and Development Sends ‘Work Live Ride’ Bill, Others On To House (2) CT News Junkie
 • Mega Millions jackpot soars to $875 million. Powerball reaches $600 million (1) Courant


• Saturday, March 16, 2024
 • Police Blotter: March 14, 2024 (35) Police Blotter
 • Take ‘us’ out to dinner on Muzzy Field (18) Press
 • Librarians back “book banning” bill for Connecticut (10) Inside Investigator
 • IRISH STEPPING: Dancers give preschoolers treat (4) Press
 • 3 Bills Aim To Protect Consumers From Junk Fees On Tickets, Other Goods And Services (3) CT News Junkie
 • How about some new welcome signs? A special thank you and some numbers for your consideration (3) TBE
 • Higher Education Committee Forwards 14 Bills To House (1) CT News Junkie


• Friday, March 15, 2024
 • City council hears request to remove former mayor’s portrait from city council chambers and plea for help to resolve Covanta noise issue (56) TBE
 • Police Blotter: March 13, 2024 (34) Police Blotter
 • Good morning, Bristol! (9) TBE
 • Shamrock Run & Walk traffic restrictions along routes with specifics provided by Bristol Police (7) TBE
 • Spring in Their Step: Radcliff Wire marks 65 years in city (7) Press
 • Fifth Patriot’s Day ceremony in Bristol planned for April 15 (5) Press
 • Eversource work on Federal Hill expected through July (5) TBE
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/14/2024 (4) BHS
 • Bill To Help First-Time Homebuyers Would Also Help Employers Attract, Retain Staff (4) CT News Junkie
 • Bristol police chief leaving after 30 years, latest in series of CT police leaders retiring (3) Courant
 • Connecticut Will Tap Clean Energy Technology To Find Emission-Cutting Efficiencies On Grid (1) CT News Junkie
 • DOT: Make St. Patty’s Day a safe one on the road (0) Press
 • Legislature Debates Solution for Medicaid (0) CT News Junkie
 • Central CT Chambers of Commerce wins competitive energy efficiency grant to assist area businesses (0) TBE


• Thursday, March 14, 2024
 • Police Blotter: March 12, 2024 (40) Police Blotter
 • Suspects in gas station burglary driving a dark colored SUV (31) TBE
 • St. Paul announces Mazzarella as new head football coach (11) Press
 • Bristol Police Chief Gould to retire (5) Press
 • Bristol Co-op’s Palaj breaks own record at CCC South Championship (4) Press
 • Police chief announces at council meeting that he will retire early in April after three decades with city (4) TBE
 • CT is outpacing a ‘horrible year’ in fatal crashes. Why we’re more at risk on local and state routes (4) Courant
 • Sunoco on Farmington Avenue robbed (4) Press
 • CT bill to lower prescription drug costs gets pushback (2) CTInsider
 • Good morning, Bristol! (1) TBE
 • Mid-week roundup includes new deadline for school choice applicants, requests for Patriots’ Day award nominations, Bristol Boys and Girls Club gala sp (1) TBE
 • Students may apply now for 2024 Society of Professional Journalists summer institute in Boston (0) TBE
 • Author! Author! LaRocca to share stories at library (0) Press
 • House makes move to ban TikTok unless China sells (0) Press
 • 2024 Shamrock Run kicks off Saturday, pasta supper fundraiser this Friday evening (0) TBE


• Wednesday, March 13, 2024
 • Bristol Police Chief Brian Gould announces plan to retire (33) NBC30
 • Woman charged with robbing banks in Waterbury, Bristol, feds say (33) CTInsider
 • Burlington Woman pleads guilty to killing husband, hiding body (27) Press
 • Bristol Hospital closer to financial footing cuts 60 positions on road to solving budget ills (24) TBE
 • Bristol Health cutting 60 staff positions (15) Press
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/12/2024 (10) BHS
 • Go fishing at Rockwell Park derby (7) Press
 • Here come the ‘ducks’ once again in Forestville (6) Press
 • Senate Democrats Support Bill They Say Will Make Prescription Drugs More Affordable (2) CT News Junkie


• Tuesday, March 12, 2024
 • Car rolled / Driver arrested  (72) BreakingNow
 • Guns, ammo taken from Bristol man’s home after threats (66) WTNH
 • Police: Bristol stabbing ‘victim’ nabbed for assaulting another (22) Press
 • Police Blotter: March 11, 2024 (19) Police Blotter
 • Local man charged with threatening after incident waving gun out his window (16) TBE
 • Suspect in domestic disturbance charged with, among others, possession of a pistol and threatening (11) TBE
 • Single car accident results in no injuries, minor property damage (7) TBE
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/11/2024 (7) BHS
 • Tough defense leads St. Paul past Oxford in Class M semifinals to advance to first finals since 2014 (4) Press
 • Housing Committee Moves New Bills to House Floor (3) CT News Junkie
 • Area gas prices rise by another 3 cents over week (3) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol! (3) TBE
 • Bill: bar CT school boards from partisan removal of school books (2) CTInsider
 • City Council meets at 7 p.m. following Joint Board (2) TBE
 • Veteran Reunion: Iwo Jima survivor, heroes honored (2) Press
 • Third annual ‘Dinner on the Diamond’ set for early May (1) TBE
 • CT temperatures soar to around 60 degrees next three days, NWS says (1) CTInsider
 • St. Paul’s All-State athlete Walker commits to Louisville for Women's Rowing (1) Press
 • Committee Forwards Bill For Gun Violence Prevention Study To House (1) CT News Junkie
 • Second podcast in BRXSTOL’s immersive mystery drops, live presentation set for late March (1) TBE


• Monday, March 11, 2024
 • Man arrested after stabbing in Bristol (27) Press
 • Police Blotter: March 8, 9, 10, 2024 (25) Police Blotter
 • The Whole Donut is no more (20) WFSB
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/10/2024 (8) Press
 • Jukebox Bingo returning to Gloria Dei Lutheran Church (6) Press
 • Friendly Family: Shady Oaks SBA honor latest of many (6) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol! (5) TBE
 • CERT gives two vehicles’ worth of food to Agape House (4) Press
 • Hydrant flushing continues in Redstone Hill Road and surrounding area (3) TBE
 • Zoning Commission among today’s city meetings (1) TBE
 • Central mentor top Big Brother (1) Press


• Sunday, March 10, 2024
 • Bristol Attempted Carjacking/Stabbing (102) BreakingNow
 • Lamont agrees to 26 percent pay raise for personal care assistants (22) Inside Investigator
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/9/2024 (7) Press
 • Newspapers express support for bill that would provide them with guaranteed ad revenue (7) Inside Investigator
 • Remembering Meegan Wright Martin and George Marsh Fredrickson; shout out to the Zurells (7) TBE
 • Come Sunday morning, the clocks will have been changed, and lots of laughs at The Rockwell (5) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern boys basketball season comes to an abrupt halt at the hands of Innovation in CIAC Division IV quarterfinals, 64-36 (3) TBE
 • Public hearing held on bill that would provide tax-credits to scholarship donors (3) Inside Investigator
 • Veterans Strong Community Center announces date for Patriots’ Day ceremony; asks for nominations of veterans for Patriots’ Day Awards (2) TBE
 • Time to change the clocks (0) TBE
 • Innovation cruises past Bristol Eastern, faces Weaver a fourth time in state semifinal (0) Press


• Saturday, March 09, 2024
 • Bard of Bristol gets 70 years for murdering girlfriend (41) Press
 • Central CT expansion of bus service starts on Sunday (6) Press
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/8/2024 (6) BHS
 • Can CT get to zero-emission vehicle rules? Lamont calls newest plan ‘a nothing-burger.’ (6) Courant
 • Connecticut’s Job Market Hits 16-Year High (5) CT News Junkie
 • Award-winning author to speak at Bristol Public Library during school break this April (5) TBE
 • Judge reads to Wheeler students (5) Press
 • Bill to protect CT police dogs could fine K-9 assailants (3) CTInsider
 • House Bill Would Reset State’s Emission-Reduction Goals, Incentivize Businesses to Adopt Environmentally Sustainable Practices (0) CT News Junkie
 • Bristol Central’s Interact Club reaches new giving milestone with Make-A-Wish donation (0) TBE


• Friday, March 08, 2024
 • Police: Bristol man injured in Wednesday night shooting (45) Press
 • Police Blotter: March 7, 2024 (24) Police Blotter
 • Caggiano: ‘Tough’ budget year for Bristol (15) Press
 • Bristol police update on Wednesday’s shooting on Union Street and East Road (13) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern boys advance to CIAC Division IV quarterfinals with 66-49 win over Pomperaug (8) TBE
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/7/2024 (7) BHS
 • Good morning, Bristol! (4) TBE
 • Earth Day cleanup planned throughout city (3) Press
 • St. Patty’s Day Party: Canal Irish Trio, Bristol Brass team up (2) Press
 • Bristol Eastern defeats Pomperaug to advance to Division IV quarterfinals to face Innovation (1) Press
 • Hit comedy show ‘Funny Women of a Certain Age’ comes to the Rockwell Theater Saturday (1) TBE
 • It’s all about the Paldean Showcase (0) TBE
 • Connecticut Foundation for Open Government names new interim executive director (0) TBE


• Thursday, March 07, 2024
 • Bristol police report shooting incident at East Road and Union Street (42) TBE
 • City of Bristol to honor three officers in shooting heroics (30) Press
 • Police Blotter: March 6, 2024 (25) Police Blotter
 • Porrini Clingan inducted into Connecticut's Women's Basketball HOF (15) Press
 • Student removed from Bristol Eastern after report of weapon on grounds, no weapon found (10) TBE
 • Bristol police: Weapon threat at Bristol Eastern High ‘deemed’ nothing (8) Press
 • Bristol Eastern falls to Holy Cross in Class L quarterfinals, gain experience for next season (7) Press
 • Terryville Fish & Game offering corned beef and cabbage dinner (5) Press
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/6/2024 (5) BHS
 • Wheeler Health adds nurse, PA residencies (4) Press
 • Veterans program will involve Friendship Cake cutting (4) TBE
 • Lending a Hand: Youth Ministry heading out to Puerto Rico (2) Press
 • Eastern girls basketball season comes to an end at the hands of a powerful Holy Cross team in Class L quarterfinals, 69-33 (2) TBE
 • Canal Street Irish Trio special guests at Bristol Brass and Wind St. Paddy’s Day concert (1) TBE
 • Today’s scheduled city meeting calendar includes ECD (1) TBE


• Wednesday, March 06, 2024
 • Police Blotter: March 5, 2024 (32) Police Blotter
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/5/2024 (11) BHS
 • Cell Phone Lock-Up Program in Schools, Inspired by China and Beyoncé (10) CT News Junkie
 • Today’s meetings include Code Enforcement, Board of Finance budget hearing and Board of Education (9) TBE
 • Gov. Lamont, CT leaders want cellphones out of classrooms. One local school is using ‘Yondr Pouches’ (6) Courant
 • St. Paul girls basketball advance to Class M State Semifinals (4) Press
 • Bill Would Require Hospitals To Test Urine From Patients Who Survive Drug Overdoses (4) CT News Junkie
 • St. Paul boys basketball fall to Suffield in Division IV first round (3) Press
 • CT bill would cover fertility treatments for singles, LGBTQ (3) CTInsider
 • Bristol Eastern cruises past Capital Prep, Plainville falls short to Wheeler (3) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys dominate Capital Prep in CIAC Boys Basketball Tournament, Division IV, with 80-44 victory; advance to next round on Wednesday, ho (3) TBE
 • NAACP Black History Month program celebrates 11 ‘local activists of our time’ (2) TBE
 • Education Inflation: Carbone’s budget asks for 3.4% hike (2) Press
 • Biden administration would cap credit card late fees at $8 (2) Press
 • St. Paul performing arts presents ‘Shrek The Musical’ (1) TBE
 • Mid-week roundup includes school choice and contest deadlines, Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble concert and Veterans’ program at library (0) TBE
 • Wheeler Health announced innovative residency programs (0) TBE
 • Following Alabama IVF ruling, CT lawmakers want infertility treatment coverage for all (0) Courant


• Tuesday, March 05, 2024
 • Facebook, Instagram users find themselves suddenly logged out (18) Courant
 • Police Blotter: March 4, 2024 (31) Police Blotter
 • Bristol resident, diversity council member puts demons to rest with book on autism (14) Press
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/4/2024 (8) BHS
 • Nature Trail For All: Construction for handicapped accessible route Barnes Nature Center in second phase (7) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol! (5) TBE
 • Officials Praise Success of Work Zone Safety Pilot, Call for Program Expansion (4) CT News Junkie
 • St. Paul’s Tice becomes fifth girls player to eclipse 1,000 points (2) Press
 • St. Paul’s Kelly named All-State, All-Academic for volleyball (2) Press
 • St. Paul’s Naples named All-State for second consecutive season (1) Press


• Monday, March 04, 2024
 • Police Blotter: March 1, 2, 3, 2024 (36) Police Blotter
 • Library board among today’s city meetings (11) TBE
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/3/2024 (9) BHS
 • Bristol Eastern girls advance in Class L State Championship with tense win over Amity Friday night (7) TBE
 • Some terrific opportunities at Hartford Stage and The Rockwell, among them a local production on homelessness (6) TBE
 • ‘The Everything Expo’ to return for second year to DoubleTree on March 21, vendor space almost full (3) TBE


• Sunday, March 03, 2024
 • Public Safety Committee Sends Fireworks Bills Onward (17) CT News Junkie
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/2/2024 (8) BHS
 • CT overdose deaths fall for second straight year, data shows (3) CTInsider
 • Expanded Enforcement Initiatives Rolled Out Across State Highways (2) CT News Junkie
 • Energy officials, utilities urge caution on lifting commercial solar caps (2) Inside Investigator
 • Student attendance is up for this school year (2) Inside Investigator
 • Friends of the Library holds ‘fill-the-bag’ book sale today (2) TBE


• Saturday, March 02, 2024
 • Official: Nine people displaced after fire at home on School Street in Bristol (40) CTInsider
 • 9 displaced after overnight house fire in Bristol (36) Fox61
 • Rita's Italian Ice closing after 20 years in Southington (33) CTInsider
 • Gov. Lamont unveils a revamp of CT's strict environmental rules (9) CTInsider
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 3/1/2024 (5) BHS
 • Chamber is bringing back its ‘Everything Expo’ this month (5) Press
 • Bristol ensemble, Canal Irish Trio to perform in city (4) Press
 • Bristol students celebrate Reading Across America Day with mayor (4) Press
 • Aging Committee Mulls Elderly Scams, Medicaid Funding, And Quality of Life At Nursing Homes (4) CT News Junkie
 • A shoutout to Bill Sarno; Facebook surprises; and guess how many SUVs out of 100 on any given day (3) TBE
 • Deaths from cocaine increase in CT; but fentanyl kills more people: medical examiner (1) Courant
 • Housing Committee Passes Controversial ‘Just Cause’ Eviction Bill (1) CT News Junkie
 • NWS: Rainy today in CT before temperatures soar to near 60 on Sunday (0) CTInsider


• Friday, March 01, 2024
 • Her Next Challenge: 21-year-old opens business in city (45) Press
 • Bristol Police make narcotics arrest (30) TBE
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to motor vehicle theft scheme (23) Press
 • Police Blotter: February 29, 2024 (15) Police Blotter
 • Local couple charged with narcotics possession with intent to sell (13) Press
 • Iwo Jima & WWII veterans reunion event at Bristol Library (5) Press
 • Good morning, Bristol! (4) TBE
 • Young artists leave a legacy with traffic box project (4) TBE
 • Historical Society - Day by Day 2/29/2024 (2) BHS
 • Wheeler extends ‘Bricks for Hope’ campaign through March 1 (2) TBE
 • Today’s city business includes special Community Development Block Grant Policy Committee meeting (0) TBE


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