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news from wednesday, august 01 2018 to thursday, august 16 2018

• thursday, august 16, 2018
 • Amazon.com to open 'delivery station' in Bristol, bringing 187 jobs  (101) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (69) Press
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests 8/14/18  (44) Bristol Round
 • Bristol police blotter  (41) Press
 • Bristol Police Chief to Take on New Role  (34) Bristol Round
 • Southington police blotter  (24) Press
 • It Sounds Like The Start of a Bad Joke: Bear Walks into Bristol Package Store  (21) Bristol Round
 • Bristol's Black Bear Auto celebrating its 20th anniversary with new tree sculptures  (17) Press
 • Dining listings, starting Aug. 17  (12) Observer
 • Health listings, starting Aug. 17  (11) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting Aug. 17  (11) Observer
 • Local Race Raises Over $15,000 for CT Charity  (11) Bristol Round
 • Support group listings, starting Aug. 17  (9) Observer
 • Connecticut’s sales tax-free week fast approaching  (9) Observer
 • Music listings, starting Aug. 17  (8) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting Aug. 17  (7) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting Aug. 17  (7) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting Aug. 17  (6) Observer

• wednesday, august 15, 2018
 • Visions For Vacancies: Plagued Downtown Grocery Store  (44) Bristol Round
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests 8/13/18  (34) Bristol Round
 • Bristol voters continue to make their voices heard on primary day with about 20 percent turnout in c  (21) Press
 • 'Small ball' has big results for Bristol Junior American Legion Baseball team in rapid rise to regio  (21) Press
 • West End festival returns to Rockwell Park Saturday  (20) Press
 • Mayor Erin Stewart loses Lt. Gov nomination; Lamont, Stefanowski head tickets for Governor  (18) Press
 • Historian to present program on Flood of 1955  (14) Press
 • Creative Ways to Cover the Cost of College in CT  (14) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Knights fall to elimination bracket after failing to get bats going against Brickhouse India  (13) Press
 • Charter panel discusses council suggestions  (11) Observer
 • Bristol Police Held Toy Drive For Connecticut Children’s Medical Center  (8) Bristol Round

• tuesday, august 14, 2018
 • Bear's visit a sobering experience for Bristol liquor store staff  (77) Press
 • Police Investigating Teacher At Greene-Hills School For Inappropriately Touching Student  (70) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Puts Three Educators On Leave After Girl Accuses Teacher Of Misconduct  (50) Courant
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests Over The Weekend  (37) Bristol Round
 • Three at Greene-Hills School have been put on paid leave during probe of 'touching'  (34) Press
 • All aboard for train talk at Bristol Historical Society  (26) Press
 • Fascinating: Original Film Footage of the Flood of ’55 to be Presented  (26) Bristol Round
 • Bristol to Define Downtown — Offers Tax Rebates  (26) Bristol Round
 • Where to vote today  (23) Press
 • Yes, Summer Unfortunately is Coming to an End: Back to School Tips  (18) Bristol Round
 • Plainville police blotter  (17) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (17) Press
 • Bristol Knights set to take on Brickhouse Indians in playoff game tonight  (17) Press
 • Sumptuous feast awaits winner of Night at the Museum raffle  (16) Press
 • Bristol well represented on Tunxis Dean's List  (15) Press
 • Voters to cast primary ballots today  (14) Press
 • Bristol Housing Authority Looks To Help Tenants' Children Prepare For College  (12) Courant
 • All aboard for train talk at Bristol Historical Society  (8) Press
 • Bristol voters made their voices heard on primary day  (4) Press
 • Bear Stops In At Bristol Package Store  (0) Courant

• monday, august 13, 2018
 • 3 Bristol schools employees on leave amid investigation  (75) WFSB
 • Three employees at Greene-Hills K-8 School have been put on paid administrative leave   (23) Press
 • Bristol Junior American Legion baseball team wins Northeast Regional championship in rained-shortene  (35) Press
 • Local pro wrestler AJ Bernardo driving fans in-Zane  (28) Press
 • Bristol Asks Residents To Consider Civic Volunteer Jobs  (26) Courant
 • Tax-free week returns April 19  (24) Press
 • Local singer hits high note: Bristol's Krista Johnson Goodrich up for award  (21) Press
 • Bristol: Expect Delays on Barlow Street Through Mid-September  (17) Courant
 • Dem. candidates visit West End businesses  (14) Press
 • Two local fundraisers benefit Connecticut Children's Medical Center  (12) Press
 • Senior Signals: Weighing elder care options  (12) Press
 • This week's meetings  (10) Press

• sunday, august 12, 2018
 • SoBol looking to add to city's appetite  (55) Press
 • After 13 Years, Bristol's Downtown Finally Sees Construction Cranes  (32) Courant
 • Bristol Junior American Legion Baseball team enjoys another comeback win to reach Northeast Regional  (15) Press
 • Fire report for Aug. 10  (10) Observer

• saturday, august 11, 2018
 • WATCH: Bristol Woman Goes on Tirade, Videos Go Viral  (112) Bristol Round
 • Bristol crash sends woman to hospital after vehicle extrication  (69) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (41) Press
 • Dem. candidates visit West End businesses  (30) Press
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests 8/09/18  (22) Bristol Round
 • Helpful housing: Bristol Housing Authority celebrates commitment to community  (21) Press
 • Bristol Junior American Legion team comes from behind to advance in Northeast Regional  (21) Press
 • Tunxis to hold registration session  (12) Press
 • Police hosting stuff a cruiser Sunday  (9) Press

• friday, august 10, 2018
 • La Famiglia Deli to reopen in the former Downtown Cafe location?  (99) Bristol Round
 • 2 men charged in assault of teen outside Bristol McDonald's  (76) Press
 • Bristol Enacts New Asphalt Recycling Method — Will Rehab Seven Roads in One Week  (52) Bristol Round
 • Bristol man, facing public indecency charge, applies for another program  (46) Press
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests 8/08/18  (39) Bristol Round
 • Bristol to Start ‘All Heart’ Resident Recognition Award  (32) Bristol Round
 • Discussions continue on proposed charter changes  (22) Observer
 • Mum Festival Brings Back Celebrated Gala  (22) Bristol Round
 • Police blotter for Aug. 10  (21) Observer
 • One hit just doesn’t cut as Post 2 falls to RCP  (16) Observer
 • Making preparations for Rockwell Festival  (16) Observer
 • Bristol Juniors take championship crown  (14) Observer
 • Bristol accepting recommendations for its new 'All Heart Award'  (13) Press
 • Local Veterans Find H.O.P.E. with Free Program  (10) Bristol Round

• thursday, august 09, 2018
 • An eye for an iPhone? Former Bristol man charged in $50K phone theft  (57) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (48) Press
 • Bristol City Council, in executive session, discusses possible City Hall move  (40) Press
 • Traffic stop leads to drug, gun arrest  (31) Observer
 • Bristol suffers third water main break in five days  (26) Press
 • Dining listings, starting Aug. 10  (14) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting Aug. 10  (14) Observer
 • Season ends for Bristol Blues with loss to Worcester Bravehearts in Futures League playoffs  (11) Press
 • Health listings, starting Aug. 10  (11) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting Aug. 10  (11) Observer
 • Music listings, starting Aug. 10  (10) Observer
 • Genaro was pitcher Bristol Blues could count on in time of need  (9) Press
 • Senior listings, starting Aug. 10  (8) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting Aug. 10  (8) Observer

• wednesday, august 08, 2018
 • Bristol man found with gun during Southington vehicle stop  (70) Press
 • City Hall on the Move?  (63) Bristol Round
 • Another water main break reported in Bristol  (47) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (41) Press
 • After 13 Years, Bristol's Downtown Finally Sees Construction Cranes  (25) Courant
 • Zoppo-Sassu Ushers in New Era For Downtown Bristol  (21) Bristol Round
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests 8/06/18  (19) Bristol Round
 • Plainville bank robber gets nine years  (17) Press
 • Golf tourney raises $7,200 to feed and clothe needy  (14) Press
 • City officials, community sign one of the last beams for hospital building (WITH VIDEO)  (12) Press
 • Volunteers need for Rockwell Festival  (12) Observer
 • Wheeler to Host Job Fair  (10) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Knights begin Twilight League playoffs tonight  (10) Press
 • Mayor’s Back to School pencil hunt set  (10) Observer
 • Special city council meeting called for Wednesday  (9) Observer
 • Loparco steps up as leader for Bristol Blues  (6) Press

• tuesday, august 07, 2018
 • Man charged in violent incident at Southington gas station  (80) Press
 • Former Bristol, Plainville swimming coach appears in POP Squad video  (50) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (50) Press
 • Adam Jones Donates $8,500 to Help Little League Team Make it to Bristol  (34) Bristol Round
 • Water main break on Park Street in Bristol  (33) Press
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests 8/05/18  (28) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Eastern's Kolloverja, Collins, McPhee and Consalvo to play college football  (21) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (20) Press
 • Southington Police Blotter  (20) Press
 • One Resident’s Legacy Benefits Music-Loving Students  (15) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Blues will host Pittsfield Suns in first round playoff game tonight at Muzzy Field  (14) Press
 • Golf tournament to benefit Bristol Challenger baseball  (13) Press
 • Enfield woman charged in Bristol thefts seeks accelerated rehab  (12) Press
 • Police Across Connecticut Searching For Distracted Drivers  (12) Courant
 • Bristol Parks & Rec Pencil Hunt set for Aug. 21 at Muzzy Field  (11) Press
 • Tunxis club hosts Bristol Chamber's 27th annual golf tourney  (11) Press
 • Stephens showcasing variety of skill sets for Bristol Blues   (8) Press

• monday, august 06, 2018
 • A loving home: Bristol couple adopts Buddy the blind Labrador  (47) Press
 • Little League Eastern Regional begins with salute to the past  (39) Press
 • Bristol Junior American Legion team battles from behind to win state championship  (31) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Having 'The Talk'  (27) Press
 • Bristol's Cordero a swimming standout in Nutmeg State Games   (23) Press
 • This week's meetings  (20) Press

• sunday, august 05, 2018
 • Miss Mum Pageant Seeking Applicants  (15) Bristol Round

• saturday, august 04, 2018
 • Bristol police arrest man in downtown stabbing of two men  (84) Press
 • Unsealed arrest warrant alleges Terryville man gave teen alcohol, sexually assaulted him  (57) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (46) Press
 • Evolution, Acceptance, and Change: The New Approach For Downtown Bristol — Watch  (41) Bristol Round
 • Get Involved: Bristol Seeks Residents to Serve on City Boards & Committees  (34) Bristol Round
 • Miss Mum pageant scheduled; contestants sought  (23) Observer
 • Water main break closes Maple Avenue in Bristol  (22) Press
 • Three siblings help fundraise for police dogs  (21) Press
 • Zoppo-Sassu Announces New Back to School Pencil Hunt  (20) Bristol Round
 • Police blotter for Aug. 3  (19) Observer
 • Mum Fest announces this year’s theme  (18) Observer
 • Plainville police blotter  (13) Press
 • Mum Festival taking pageant applications  (11) Press

• friday, august 03, 2018
 • Man pleads guilty to stealing nearly $5K from ESPN vending machines  (87) Press
 • Bristol man, accused of threatening family, police, applies for program  (44) Press
 • Take dance classes with Miss CT  (21) Observer
 • FCG athletes do well in national event  (20) Observer
 • Enfield woman, charged with stealing from Bristol home, applies for program  (14) Press
 • Medal ceremony honors veterans' service and sacrifice  (14) Press
 • Color combination: Bristol Blues go pink to raise funds for Beekley Center  (12) Press
 • Bristol Blues looking to carry current momentum into postseason  (12) Press
 • Grant applications sought from nonprofits  (11) Observer
 • Charter change?  (11) Press
 • Legion Post 209 presents flag ceremony at Village Green  (11) Press
 • Public gives input on charter changes  (11) Observer
 • Fire report for July 27  (10) Observer
 • BDA okays grant for Precision Threaded Products  (9) Observer

• thursday, august 02, 2018
 • Bristol man accused of defrauding local business out of more than $1K  (72) Press
 • Tree limb takes down utility pole, transformer, leaves more than 30 homes in Bristol without power  (50) Press
 • Former Bristol woman transforms old wedding gowns into burial garments for stillborns  (39) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (19) Press
 • St. Paul 5K set for Aug. 17  (17) Observer
 • PSA: Get The Heck Off Your Phone While Driving  (14) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Future Champion gymnasts fare well in AAU national competition  (14) Press
 • Bristol Warriors can't generate much offense, fall in opening round of Nutmeg Games' 9th grade girls  (10) Press
 • Register now for Early Learning School at Imagine Nation  (10) Observer
 • Waterbury kids enjoy a visit to the Carousel Museum  (8) Press
 • Carousel Museum seeking submissions for ACE Awards  (7) Press
 • Brereton continues to star as two-way player for Bristol Blues  (6) Press

• wednesday, august 01, 2018
 • Bristol police blotter  (61) Press
 • Plea deal reach in Bristol DUI case  (47) Press
 • Bristol man charged in alleged gun incident, subsequent threats  (30) Press
 • Longer term lengths eyed for Bristol Board of Ed seats  (20) Press
 • It's a Happy Harry day at Forestville's Manross Library  (19) Press
 • Personnel director takes retirement  (16) Observer
 • Citizens asked to help name street  (15) Observer
 • Wayback gives back to Bristol police K-9 unit  (15) Press
 • Ninth Falcon 5K set for Aug. 17 at St. Paul Catholic  (11) Press
 • Primary forces change in council meeting date  (11) Observer
 • Bristol Blues relying on trio of catchers in Winkel, Ramsay, Baumann to help direct pitching staff  (11) Press
 • Bristol, New Britain Police Join Forces To Aid Colleague With Cancer  (10) Courant


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news from friday, august 17 2018 to friday, august 31 2018

• friday, august 31, 2018
 • Two-car crash in Bristol send 2 people to hospital with serious injuries  (82) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Checking up on the notable people from Bristol  (34) Press
 • Former Bristol woman pleads not guilty to harassing Bristol police officer, making false rape claims  (26) Press
 • Bristol fire leaves four homeless; firefighters struggle in heat (WITH VIDEOS)  (22) Press
 • Bristol man convicted of assaulting pregnant woman  (19) Press
 • Next cash mob at meat market  (17) Observer
 • Bow Wow in the Park Saturday to feature a 'Pitty Kissing Booth'  (11) Press
 • Malick set to lead Bristol Central girls soccer in senior season  (9) Press
 • Police blotter for Aug. 31  (8) Observer
 • Wine, Women, and Watches coming to Clock Museum  (8) Observer
 • Fire marshal:L Smoke alarms saved lives in Terryville blaze  (7) Press
 • For Goodness Sake moving from Bristol to Plainville  (5) Press
 • Victory over McCabe-Waters sets stage  (5) Observer
 • Former St. Paul quarterback Marchi named starter for East Tennessee State University  (4) Press
 • Edgewood Cubs are this year’s champions  (4) Observer
 • Hooked on learning: Mountain View Elementary pupils greeted with a 'fishing' theme  (3) Press
 • Registration open for Bristol Gladiators in-house wrestling training camp set to begin in October  (2) Press

• thursday, august 30, 2018
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • Mum Festival Parade Route Shortened — Mummer to Highlight Parade  (31) Bristol Round
 • Roadway crack sealing program to begin Tuesday  (17) Press
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests 8/28  (12) Bristol Round
 • No problems with heat expected in Bristol schools Thursday  (8) Press
 • Bristol Eastern football's Brown, Gonzales, Wehbe looking to anchor left side of offensive line  (7) Press
 • Bristol to Start Annual Crack Sealing — Did Your Street Make The List?  (7) Bristol Round
 • Mum Parade to feature genuine 'Mummer' and shorter route  (5) Press
 • With offensive question marks, St. Paul girls soccer to rely on experienced defense, all-state goalk  (4) Press
 • Dining listings, starting at Aug. 31  (3) Observer
 • Scam alert: Amazon work-at-home jobs are fake  (3) Press
 • Labor Day closings announced in Plainville  (2) Press
 • Health listings, starting Aug. 31  (2) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting Aug. 31  (2) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting Aug. 31  (1) Observer
 • Senior listings, starting Aug. 31  (1) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting Aug. 31  (1) Observer
 • Quota Club buys school supplies for 50 Cambridge Park kids  (1) Press

• wednesday, august 29, 2018
 • 2018 Bristol bus routes  (61) Press
 • Bristol fire leaves four homeless; firefighters struggle in heat  (72) Press
 • Bristol man, charged in theft of nearly $10K worth of goods, wants trial  (41) Press
 • Scammers Offer Phony Amazon Jobs in Bristol  (28) Bristol Round
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering Gordon Losey, athlete and scholar  (20) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (19) Press
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests 8/27  (14) Bristol Round
 • October job fair to focus on manufacturing, trades  (11) Press
 • Children's choir sets auditions for Sept. 20  (9) Press
 • Congregation plans Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur services  (9) Observer

• tuesday, august 28, 2018
 • Brewery drops plans for old Bristol Press building  (68) Press
 • Contractor allegedly accepted money from Terryville woman, never returned to perform work  (58) Press
 • Elderly man killed in Southington following crash of classic car  (35) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (30) Press
 • Bristol, supervisors union agree on four-year contract  (27) Press
 • Dozynki celebration draws thousands  (23) Press
 • Terryville man, facing drug charges, calls 911, tells police 'government is adding chemicals' to his  (21) Press
 • Terryville man pleads not guilty to threatening Bristol police officers, officer's family  (17) Press
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests Over the Weekend  (15) Bristol Round
 • Someone smashed windows at Bristol pawn shop back-to-back nights  (10) Bristol Round
 • Southington police blotter  (10) Press
 • Bristol, New Britain firefighters show unflagging support for colleagues  (10) Press
 • New sign and garden to greet South Side students Thursday  (9) Press
 • Local political leaders react to Senator John McCain’s death  (8) Bristol Round
 • HEALTHY LIVING: New shockwave therapy is effecive for pain treatment  (2) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls soccer exploring multiple options for starting goalkeeper spot  (1) Press

• monday, august 27, 2018
 • 2018 Plainville Bus Routes  (7) Press
 • 2018 Southington bus routes - public schools  (3) Press
 • 2018 Plymouth bus routes  (3) Press
 • 2018 Southington bus routes - private schools   (2) Press
 • Southington man dies in car crash  (43) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: A suggestion for naming the new road through Centre Square  (35) Press
 • Wrestlers enjoy a local following at Muzzy Field event  (13) Press
 • This week's meetings  (1) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Things to consider when your child goes off to college  (1) Press

• sunday, august 26, 2018
 • Police bust up narcotics dealing operation; city man faces drug and manslaughter charges  (57) Observer
 • John McCain, senator and former presidential candidate, dies at 81  (6) CNN
 • Fire report for Aug. 24  (5) Observer
 • Bristol Police Chief Will Head To Advanced FBI Training  (0) Courant

• saturday, august 25, 2018
 • Meet Matthew Fazzino: Local Drug Dealer That Caused Fatal Overdose  (61) Bristol Round
 • Bristol woman, accused of defrauding government benefit program, found to not be competent to stand   (32) Press
 • Couples spirts high in flight after hot air balloon engagement  (25) Press
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests 8/22  (18) Bristol Round
 • Bristol to Hold Electronics Recycling Event 8/25  (13) Bristol Round
 • Southington resident tests positive for West Nile virus  (13) Press
 • Bristol man charged in fatal drug overdose in Plymouth  (13) Press
 • St. Paul boys basketball assistant Phelps takes coaching job at Post University  (12) Press
 • We Are One to hit Muzzy diamond Sept. 15  (10) Observer
 • Terryville Fair events kick off  (9) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (9) Press
 • Humble start: ESPN celebrates its beginning 40 years ago  (7) Press
 • ESPN looking to add e-sports programming for younger audience  (6) Press
 • Bristol nonprofit bursting at the seams  (5) Bristol Round
 • Wine, Women & Watches at the Clock & Watch Museum  (5) Bristol Round
 • Revenue up, but fiscal year ends in red  (4) Observer
 • Bingo Returns to Mum Festival  (4) Bristol Round
 • Plainville Balloon Festival takes off  (3) Press

• friday, august 24, 2018
 • For Goodness Sake moving from Bristol to Plainville  (55) Observer
 • Bristol man, accused of supplying drugs in Plainville drug overdose, offered 2 plea deals  (22) Press
 • Retired police, firefighters hold benefit dinner to raise funds for scholarships  (15) Press
 • St. Stan's to host annual Dozynki Sept. 8-9  (14) Press
 • Amazon plans distribution center in Bristol  (14) Observer
 • Laprise's effort on mound help lead Edgewood Cubs to City Series title over Forestville Pirates  (11) Press
 • 'Evening on the Hill' auction set for Sept. 15  (11) Press
 • Residents can now text 911 if they can't speak during an emergency  (10) Press
 • Police blotter for Aug. 24  (10) Observer
 • Ready to rumble: After injuries nearly ended his career, former WWE star Ryback ready for wrestling   (8) Press
 • 'Fall in love with Bristol' at Mum Festival Sept, 20-23  (7) Press
 • Mum Festival Bingo Sept. 16 at Polish American Citizens Club  (6) Press
 • Bristol, New Britain police to play flag football fundraiser  (6) Press
 • Boys & Girls Club to hold program on 'healthy masculinity'  (5) Press
 • Tax Increment financing gets public hearing  (3) Observer

• thursday, august 23, 2018
 • Body found in Brackett Park a likely suicide  (100) Press
 • Terryville man who threatened 2 people at fishing derby gets nearly 2 years in prison  (47) Press
 • Former Bristol Central wrestling coach to be inducted into CT chapter of National Wrestling Hall of   (27) Press
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests 8/21  (20) Bristol Round
 • Bristol 'Back To School Pencil Hunt' is a Hit With 500 City Youngsters  (6) Courant
 • Dining listings, starting Aug. 24  (4) Observer
 • Support group listings, starting Aug. 24  (4) Observer
 • Brian's Angels gets $2,000 grant  (4) Press
 • Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church gives out backpacks  (3) Press
 • Senior listings, starting Aug. 24  (2) Observer
 • Health listings, starting Aug. 24  (2) Observer
 • Music listings, starting Aug. 24  (2) Observer
 • Performance listings, starting Aug. 24  (1) Observer
 • Kids listings, starting Aug. 24  (0) Observer
 • Miscellaneous listings, starting Aug. 24  (0) Observer

• wednesday, august 22, 2018
 • Latest CT Bear Sighting Stats Released — Farmington Valley & Bristol Area Top The List  (54) Bristol Round
 • Bristol man pleads not guilty to assaulting neighbor  (54) Press
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests 8/20  (32) Bristol Round
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • DUI charge dropped in Plainville crash that injured 2 teens  (27) Press
 • Bogey’s back and taking on consumer complaints  (22) Observer
 • Charges dropped against man who allegedly brandished firearm after car accident  (17) Press
 • Big names coming to Bristol for wrestling show Saturday  (15) Press
 • ESPN Held Major Press Conference in Bristol, Told Media They Will Not Air National Anthem Before ‘Mo  (14) Bristol Round
 • Vandalism closes splash pad at Stocks Playground  (13) Press
 • Brian’s Angels Homeless Outreach Receives Grant, Celebrates Third Anniversary  (7) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Readies For Early Autumn Tradition: The Mum Festival  (7) Courant
 • Hundreds of children participate in Back to School Pencil Hunt  (6) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (6) Press
 • Pileski made most of rookie season in Connecticut Twilight League with Bristol Knights  (5) Press
 • Oct. 11 is date for Boys & Girls Club Family Center awards  (1) Press
 • Republicans to meet Aug. 27  (0) Observer

• tuesday, august 21, 2018
 • Bristol man charged with stealing pipes, selling them to scrapyard  (75) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (35) Press
 • Lincoln College will be shuttered  (31) Observer
 • Edgewood Little League Cubs eliminate McCabe-Waters Little League White Sox in Bristol City Series  (22) Press
 • What a Pain: When aches in your legs or hips are serious  (21) Press
 • Suicide rate increase causing concern  (17) Press
 • Lincoln College of New England to close  (14) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (13) Press
 • Bristol man accused of stealing piping from Main Street building  (10) Press
 • HIV/AIDS networking event set for Wednesday  (4) Press
 • Falcon faithful flock to run, walk in 5K  (2) Press
 • The planet is heating up -- and that's bad  (2) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: What a Pain: When aches in your legs or hips are serious  (1) Press
 • Bristol Boys & Girls Club to offer K-5 STEM aid  (1) Press
 • GRANDDADDY'S SECRETS: A new year, a new school  (0) Press

• monday, august 20, 2018
 • Lincoln College of New England to close  (16) Press
 • Rockwell Summer Festival rocks with vendors, food, music  (25) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (22) Press
 • Plenty to celebrate: Bristol Half-Marathon raises funds for recently opened Fisher House  (16) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Some things to think about  (13) Press
 • United Way collects 576 backpacks in back-to-school drive  (8) Press
 • Stafford School to have a reading garden when school year starts  (3) Press

• sunday, august 19, 2018
 • Turnout and results from Tuesday's primary elections  (39) Press
 • Bristol wins region championship, 6-1  (16) Observer
 • Fire report for Aug. 17  (5) Observer
 • New ESPN President Affirms Commitment To Bristol, Even As Programming Shifts To New York  (0) Press

• saturday, august 18, 2018
 • Police looking for missing Bristol teen  (51) Press
 • Chamber welcomes 'class act' to new high-traffic location  (30) Press
 • Amazon hiring event draws a crowd in Bristol  (24) Press
 • ESPN president says Bristol will remain 'the hub' of operations  (20) Press
 • Busted: Bristol Police Arrests 8/15 & 8/16  (19) Bristol Round
 • Is Your Pet The Best? Enter The Roundup’s Best Pet Contest  (9) Bristol Round
 • Hospital official discusses evolving nature of health care  (7) Press
 • Bristol Knights taking professional approach to Connecticut Twilight League  (5) Press
 • Sales Tax Free Week Starts Sunday  (4) Bristol Round
 • Plans for Mum Festival Gala announced  (3) Observer

• friday, august 17, 2018
 • Police say distraught Plainville man committed suicide after standoff  (74) Press
 • Man who assaulted Bristol teen appears in 'POP Squad' video  (48) Press
 • Goodwill to be built on Chung property site  (32) Press
 • Christian Fellowship Center closes its soup kitchen  (31) Press
 • Relocation of city hall discussed  (17) Observer
 • Manufacturing and Trades Job Fair being held in Oct. 4  (13) Observer
 • Amazon to hold employment event in Bristol today  (12) Press
 • Zoppo-Sassu Embraces Social Media  (11) Bristol Round
 • Amazon 'Last Mile' Package Center Will Bring About 100 Part-Time Jobs To Bristol  (10) Courant
 • Police blotter for Aug. 17  (10) Observer
 • Meteorologist Bob Maxon to be Mum Festival Grand Marshal  (9) Press
 • Bristol Half-Marathon, 10K Sunday to benefit Fisher House  (8) Press
 • Community Organizer Receives 100 Men of Color Award  (6) Bristol Round
 • Amazon to set up shop in Bristol — Offers Job fair  (4) Bristol Round
 • Mum Festival Names NBC Connecticut’s Bob Maxon 2018 Mum Festival Grand Marshal  (3) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Knights unable to answer Chicago Sam's Orioles' early rally, fall short of Twilight League c  (3) Press
 • Opioid panel meets with health director  (2) Observer


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