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news from saturday, january 01 2022 to monday, january 31 2022

• monday, january 24, 2022
 • Some venting, a new letters policy and a book on the working-class  (9) TBE  , New Posted
 • Local band organ expert shares his love of music and carousels  (8) Press  , New Posted
 • Bristol Library unveils first Community Quilt   (6) Press  , New Posted
 • PRIME TIME: Hopkins Stevens, a 'Builder of Bristol'  (0) Press  , New Posted
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: False rumors about the Medicaid system  (0) Press  , New Posted
 • Bristol Central wrestling takes it to Plainville, ramping up a huge 48-27 win on Friday  (0) TBE  , New Posted
 • Bristol Central girls hoop finally beats Bristol Eastern, seizing a 55-42 victory on Saturday afternoon  (0) TBE  , New Posted

• sunday, january 23, 2022
 • BCHS grad brings home cooking, with Michelin flair, to new food truck venture  (45) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (34) Press
 • St.Paul girls rally in 2nd half to defeat Oxford, 48-40  (7) TBE
 • Bristol Central girls basketball ends 32-game losing streak behind Sirois' 25 points  (4) Press

• saturday, january 22, 2022
 • Bristol man struck co-worker's face with baseball bat before resuming work responsibilities: police  (68) Press
 • DOT presents its Route 69, 72 intersection improvement plan  (47) Press
 • Man pleads not guilty to charges connected to Bristol shooting, robbery  (26) Press
 • Eversource looks to replace gas lines in Bristol neighborhoods   (16) Press
 • Mobile covid vaccine clinics will be coming to Bristol  (11) Press
 • FRIDAY FICKS: Let's beat the storm together  (11) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (10) Press
 • PETS OF THE WEEK: Ruby & Kiki  (9) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (9) Press
 • BE wrestling scoops up 43-30 win over Platt on Wednesday night  (6) TBE
 • Witch's Dungeon holds second annual Dracula's Valentine  (6) Press
 • Bristol Central wrestling stops Maloney on Wednesday night, scooping up a 55-12 decision  (5) TBE
 • PETS OF THE WEEK: Ruby & Kiki  (5) Press
 • Imagine Nation looking to open facilitator-led workshops  (4) Press

• friday, january 21, 2022
 • Two Bristol Hospital doctors fined after patient dies of Sepsis  (55) Press
 • Fatal accident on Jerome Ave. and Fox Den Rd.  (52) TBE
 • Federal Street Burger King has been condemned  (49) Press
 • Eversource announces streets scheduled for gas line replacement  (27) TBE
 • Bristol Bits: Old classmate shares old films of Bristol  (24) Press
 • Council member responds to meet and greet article  (18) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (15) Press
 • Despite a massive effort from Ciara Collins, Bristol Eastern girls basketball falls to Middletown on Tuesday evening  (11) TBE
 • Bristol Central's Clingan receives Hoophall Classic second-team honors  (10) Press
 • Plymouth Mayor, Bristol Mayor will join Bob Stefanowski at annual Lincoln Dinner  (9) Press
 • Bristol police seeking witnesses after pedestrian was killed in crash  (7) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (6) Press
 • Local Museums receive CT Cultural Fund Operating Support Grant from CT Humanities  (3) TBE
 • American Clock and Watch Museum offers free entry to Bristol health care workers in February  (2) TBE
 • Bristol museums granted total of $65K from Connecticut Humanities to help operating expenses  (1) Press

• thursday, january 20, 2022
 • Bristol police seek witnesses after woman struck, killed by driver  (37) WFSB
 • Physical play doesn’t bother Clingan as Bristol Central boys hoops remains undefeated after 80-50 drubbing of Middletown  (37) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (29) Press
 • Farmington man accused of assaulting police officer in Plainville  (21) Press
 • Mural celebrating 39 years of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life slated to be created in Bristol  (17) Press
 • Southington man sentenced to prison after almost hitting two pedestrians, threatened to shoot multiple people   (17) Press
 • Bristol Police Commission recognize several officers, Central Regional Emergency Response Team  (16) Press
 • Area students named to Tunxis Community College Dean's List for fall semester  (6) Press
 • St.Paul girls basketball cruises past Watertown on Tuesday for a 71-43 victory  (2) TBE
 • Thursday morning will see rain turning to snow, making for another treacherous commute  (2) Press
 • Bristol Business Education Foundation provides another round of funding to assist with school projects   (2) Press
 • Walker-Jenkins plays difference maker in OT win for Bristol Eastern  (1) Press
 • Bristol Co-Op swimmers, led by 5 wins by Mikel Palaj, sprint past South Windsor, 98-80  (1) TBE
 • Tickets on sale for Central CT Chambers of Commerce's 2022 Legislative Forum  (0) Press
 • Roundup: New Britain boys win in OT; Newington and St. Paul girls hoops win big  (0) Press

• wednesday, january 19, 2022
 • BRISTOL BITS: Looking at a photo from the past  (43) Press
 • Bristol man sentenced to a year in prison in connection with a DUI charge   (32) Press
 • Bristol resident sets up food pantry cabinet, helps those in need  (21) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (18) Press
 • Labor agreement, Wheeler Clinic decisions bring residents to District 3 meet and greet  (14) TBE
 • Woman no longer faces charges after previously being accused of knocking a man out of his wheelchair  (13) Press
 • New arts projects on the horizon  (8) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern boys basketball picks off Plainville in overtime, scoring a 58-53 win on Monday  (4) TBE
 • CCSU students move back into residence halls after winter session of remote learning  (4) Press
 • Not-for-profit First Bristol Federal Credit Union provides quality banking, services to community  (3) Press
 • BE boys basketball getting better by the game as experience counts in large amounts  (2) TBE
 • State's positivity rate for coronavirus cases at 18.44%; hospitalizations drop  (1) Press
 • Bristol Lawmakers to host virtual pre-session legislative update  (1) TBE

• tuesday, january 18, 2022
 • Construction begins this week on new KindCare Assisted Living facility on North Main  (34) Press
 • Parkside Cafe celebrating Betty White's birthday all week  (21) Press
 • Bristol man expected to enter plea next month on shooting charges  (20) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (20) Press
 • Snow turns to rain and wind as area residents deal with another troublesome commute  (8) Press
 • Liberty Baptist to hold outreach at Real Cafe  (7) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (7) Press
 • Bristol Central boys leave Hoophall with plenty of positives  (5) Press
 • Bristol 's NAACP moves Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast to February due to covid-19 cases  (4) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Small changes, big results  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern and Plainville boys need overtime to find a winner  (2) Press

• monday, january 17, 2022
 • Bristol Central boys basketball continues to lead Division II with a sizzling 8-0 record as a slew of home games are on the horizon for the Rams  (43) TBE
 • Bristol Central boys hoops passes test over the boarder, sinks Springfield Central by 53-44 final on Friday  (40) TBE
 • PRIME TIME: Hometown Hero Joseph Paparello became a casualty at Chu Lai  (28) Press
 • Bowlers competed at local alley the last two weekends  (11) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: The overwhelming burden of early-onset Alzheimer's  (8) Press
 • St. Paul girls suffer scoring drought in 4th quarter, lose for the first time to Torrington  (4) TBE
 • BC Wrestling earns seventh place finish at the Greater Hartford Open in West Hartford on Saturday  (0) TBE

• sunday, january 16, 2022
 • Connecticut weather forecast: Dangerous cold, snow coming. Here’s what to expect  (26) Courant
 • Daily coronavirus updates: Connecticut appears to be past COVID-19 peak, expert says, as hospitalizations and cases slowly drop  (14) Courant

• saturday, january 15, 2022
 • Bristol police blotter 1/9  (46) Press
 • Bristol police blotter 1/10  (39) Press
 • Bristol police collected evidence connected to Middle Street car crash Friday  (32) Press
 • Bristol woman receives suspended sentence in large scale drug operation after New Britain arrest leads to raid  (28) Press
 • Bristol City Arts and Culture Commision chair forced to resign due to move  (15) Press
 • Police investigating after Bristol woman was found unconscious in New Britain before she died  (15) Press
 • Bristol City Council schedules public hearing for pair of ordinances looking to prohibit use of cannabis in parks  (14) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (13) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Pascal  (8) Press
 • Collins, defense overcome off shooting for Bristol Eastern  (2) Press
 • Bristol Eastern wrestling flips Maloney on Wednesday in a CCC South tilt  (2) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern plays a spirited second half against Platt but falls in the end, 73-62  (2) TBE
 • Ciara Collins drops 29 as Bristol Eastern girls basketball nabs 19-point win over Platt on Wednesday  (1) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern girls basketball beats Platt despite poor shooting  (1) Press

• friday, january 14, 2022
 • Bristol PD Investigating ‘zoombombing’ incident  (43) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering Jim Masters   (22) Press
 • Clingan and Rivoira belt out career nights as No. 1 Bristol Central tops East Hartford in boys hoop, moving the locals to 7-0  (21) TBE
 • Part of Middle St. to be closed today from 10 a.m. to noon.  (14) TBE
 • Bristol Co-Op Swim Team defeats Avon Wednesday  (6) TBE
 • State reports over 160 new coronavirus-associated deaths; area cities, towns all in Red Alert  (4) Press
 • Christmas Display provides Plainville Community Food Pantry with more than $1,200, 2,000 pounds of food   (4) Press
 • Bristol, Plymouth share recent happenings in regional economic trends during chamber event  (2) Press
 • St. Paul girls run their record to 4-0 with 55-38 victory over Naugatuck  (1) TBE
 • Bristol NAACP MLK Breakfast postponed  (0) TBE
 • The City Council: Back to work  (0) TBE

• thursday, january 13, 2022
 • Firehouse Subs appears to be closed  (59) Press
 • Bristol man identified as driver involved in state police crash in Farmington  (51) Press
 • Man shot in Bristol on Tuesday has been released from hospital  (46) Press
 • Bristol looks to extend length of mayor's term, strengthen minority party representation  (30) Press
 • Bristol Historical Society extends historical 'brain twister' trivia quiz deadline  (11) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (10) Press
 • Clingan nominated for '22 McDonald's All-American Game  (9) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Covid-19, the symptoms and when to get tested  (7) Press
 • Collins and Gonzalez lead the way for BE girls basketball as the Lancers spin East Catholic by 12 on Tuesday night  (6) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (4) Press
 • Bristol City Hall encouraging area businesses, nonprofits to apply for projects   (4) Press
 • Bristol Central boys basketball puts its undefeated ledger on the line tonight in East Hartford  (3) TBE
 • Bristol Public Schools Superintendent shares work, achievements over the past year  (2) Press
 • State records yet another day with covid positivity rate of over 20%  (0) Press

• wednesday, january 12, 2022
 • Silver Alert canceled for Bristol teen  (11) Press
 • One person shot in Bristol Tuesday afternoon, near Farmington town line  (68) Press
 • Bristol man found with 46 bags of Fentanyl, other drugs in buttocks during search in Plainville pleads guilty to drug charge   (60) Press
 • Charges dropped against Bristol man who police say posted video of pursuit to YouTube  (34) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering friends  (30) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (18) Press
 • Students with Connecticut Junior Republic help create around 70 meals for Brian's Angels   (7) Press
 • Activists ask Bristol Ordinance Committee to consider air quality regulations   (6) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (4) Press
 • Tuesday shooting on Camp St. under investigation  (3) TBE
 • State eclipses 1,900 mark in residents hospitalized with covid; records positivity rate of nearly 24%  (3) Press
 • Roundup: Defensive efforts for Berlin and Bristol Eastern boys hoops help bring wins  (2) Press
 • Bristol Eastern’s JV crew picks up 20 point victory on the road in boys hoop Monday evening  (1) TBE
 • Sward, Bristol Eastern boys basketball secures 15-point win over Rocky Hill on Monday, scooping up a 44-29 triumph  (0) TBE

• tuesday, january 11, 2022
 • Rejection of the Wheeler Centre Square brings out strong emotions   (59) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (29) Press
 • Joint board and city council meeting Tuesday evening  (28) TBE
 • West End Association bringing back Taste of Bristol   (19) Press
 • Bristol Hospital treating 21 patients with coronavirus, another three who may have virus  (16) Press
 • Child care officials say they are facing a staffing crisis  (14) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (12) Press
 • Bristol urging residents to be prepared for severe cold weather  (11) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (11) Press
 • Prestige Hospitality Group(PHG) Appoints General Manager for Bristol Event Center near the Double Tree by Hilton  (10) TBE
 • Warming shelter locations in Bristol  (8) TBE
 • Opponents of Covanta’s plan to burn medical waste in CT step up campaign for local clean air rules  (7) Courant
 • State reports positivity rate of nearly 23% for covid cases; hospitalizations closing in on 1,900  (2) Press

• monday, january 10, 2022
 • Bristol Eastern wrestling program earns its first win of the season on Thursday, topping Enfield by a 52-17 final  (28) TBE
 • Truth, Lies, and Lust: How Bristol’s Rev. Theodore Beussel Was Led to Sedition–Part II  (11) TBE
 • PRIME TIME: When it comes to big tomatoes and friendships, you can't pick better  (9) Press
 • Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern wrestling teams finally hit the mats at the BC Invite this past Saturday  (6) TBE
 • Bristol Library now open Sundays through March  (5) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: 'Free' advice can be costly  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys hoops give Simsbury a scare but falls by nine points on Thursday, 45-36  (3) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern girls hoops earned its first win of the season on Tuesday, seizing a 43-42 victory over Berlin  (3) TBE
 • Berlin Free Throw Contest filters into district competition in Bristol this February  (3) Press

• sunday, january 09, 2022
 • Hacker disrupts city council workshop, slings racial and religious slurs  (48) TBE
 • Bristol residents line up for second at-home test kit distribution  (19) Press
 • Truth, Lies, and Lust: How Bristol Rev. Theodore Beussel Was Led to Sedition–Part I  (12) TBE

• saturday, january 08, 2022
 • City to distribute at-home test kits Saturday  (36) TBE
 • Wheeler rejection by City Council is just the latest in the sad history of the property long known as the Center Mall  (28) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • Serious crash in Bristol, other towns report accidents due to snow  (31) Press
 • New Plainville police chief talks path to new position, including handling Sandy Hook Elementary shooting as an officer  (23) Press
 • FRIDAY FICKS: Be careful about a supersized imagination  (19) Press
 • Snow total higher than expected, with area getting between 6 and 10 inches  (14) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • Hospitals in Bristol, New Britain endorse booster mandate for employees  (10) Press
 • Southington police looking for assistant animal control officer  (8) Press
 • New order to require booster shots for nursing home workers  (8) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Tommy  (6) Press
 • Veterans Strong Community Center, Wernicki family bringing back Bristol's Patriots Day Awards   (3) Press

• friday, january 07, 2022
 • Crash closes Middle Street in Bristol  (41) Press
 • New family-owned deli opens in Bristol  (54) Press
 • Owner of Amato Toys and Hobby lived his dream for nearly 50 years, now ready to move on to next chapter in life with store's closure  (27) Press
 • Former mayor of Bristol hired as interim town manager of Enfield  (26) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Mary Lynn Gagnon retires from Bristol Hospital Foundation   (19) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (17) Press
 • Bristol to distribute more covid test kits this weekend  (14) Press
 • Plainville woman who allegedly pushed neighbor down stairs, assaulted multiple police officers granted diversionary program  (11) Press
 • Hartford man has state charge in Bristol robbery pending while he awaits federal sentencing in carjacking  (10) Press
 • Bristol Central boys hoop looking for a little competition on the road to end the week  (4) TBE
 • St. Paul's Leggett posts massive triple-double in early season win  (4) Press
 • Plymouth will distribute more covid-19 test kits, masks this weekend   (2) Press
 • State reports over 120 new coronavirus deaths; all area cities and towns remain in Red Alert status for covid cases  (1) Press
 • Emergency parking ban to take effect in Bristol Thursday night, remain in place until Friday  (1) Press
 • Community Foundation launches series of programs to support local non-profits, business owners  (1) Press
 • Virus infections prompt partial closures at state Capitol  (1) Press
 • CCSU will return to in-person learning for spring semester; dorm move-in remains same  (1) Press

• thursday, january 06, 2022
 • Sex offender accused of performing oral sex on Bristol teen with autism heading to trial  (30) Press
 • US hospitals seeing different kind of covid surge this time  (27) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (21) Press
 • Freezing rain causes more than 150 car accidents collectively in Bristol, New Britain; schools close  (20) Press
 • Amato's Toy and Hobby of New Britain will be closing for good  (13) Press
 • Freezing rain and icy conditions caused havoc to start the day in Bristol on Wednesday  (9) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (6) Press
 • Terryville firefighters warn of T-shirt scam  (6) Press
 • Surge in covid hospitalizations not leading to bed shortage  (5) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys hoops gives it a whirl against Berlin, falling 56-37 in the end on Tuesday  (5) TBE
 • Bristol swimming co-op spins Hall in the pool for an opening season victory  (3) TBE
 • Connecticut has nearly 23% covid positivity rate, another 100-plus hospitalizations over past day  (3) Press
 • Overnight snowstorm into Friday morning could wreak havoc again on morning commute  (2) Press

• wednesday, january 05, 2022
 • BRISTOL BITS: Grace Gagnon finds fame from TikTok  (41) Press
 • National Guard distributes 200,000 covid testing kits, 200,000 masks from New Britain warehouse to be given to state childcare providers  (31) Press
 • Bristol Hospital is reporting 94% capacity   (30) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (21) Press
 • Students from Bristol who made UConn's 2021 Fall Dean's List  (14) Press
 • Bristol hands out covid testing kits Tuesday  (13) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys hoops hoping to build upon first victory of the season  (6) TBE
 • Bristol Central boys hoops scores season-high 81 points in 39-point thrashing of Plainville on Monday  (6) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (6) Press
 • Skinner scores 21 as Berlin's defense holds back Bristol Eastern boys hoops  (4) Press
 • Registration open for Boys & Girls Club annual bowling event  (4) Press
 • State sets another record high for covid-19 positivity rate; 110 residents hospitalized over past day  (3) Press
 • Main Street Community Foundation accepting grant applications from Southington nonprofit organizations   (0) Press

• tuesday, january 04, 2022
 • Bristol woman killed in house fire; firefighter injured after falling down stairs  (85) Press
 • Better Half Brewing in Bristol, which opened in 2019, has permanently closed  (42) Press
 • Plainville police asking for help identifying shoplifting suspect  (41) Press
 • Bristol man sentenced to three years in prison on sexual assault, risk of injury charges  (36) Press
 • Southington woman pleads not guilty to intentionally running down man on I-84 with car  (21) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (21) Press
 • Bristol receives test kits, will distribute Tuesday  (15) Press
 • Not just a passing craze: Pickleball has become a lifestyle for growing number of area seniors  (10) Press
 • Connecticut has over 300 new covid hospitalizations, over 21% positivity rate over holiday weekend  (7) Press
 • Bristol Public Schools will continue in-person classes  (7) Press
 • Paid family and medical leave benefits among new Jan. 1 laws  (5) Press
 • American Legion Post 2 offering sit-down dinners, planning walk to support children's hospital  (5) Press
 • CCSU moving to remote learning for remainder of winter session  (3) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Palliative care is an option for serious illnesses  (2) Press

• monday, january 03, 2022
 • Jordan Ouellette picks up where she left off on the basketball court, leading the charge for the women’s squad at the University of Saint Joseph  (36) TBE
 • PRIME TIME: Remembering an airman who died overseas  (17) Press
 • Covid surges again- Profiles in Courage- or not  (11) TBE
 • Bristol Central’s Carson Rivoira is an All-New England talent when it comes to scholastic soccer  (9) TBE
 • Plymouth to hand out covid tests Monday night  (8) Press
 • Grandbabies, confetti cake and some reading make for a good start to the new year  (5) TBE
 • Mantels for the Season ended Sunday; winner to be announced soon  (5) Press
 • Southington to give out test kits Monday evening  (3) Press
 • Bristol’s Jaekwon Spencer having a ball for the Nichols College men’s basketball program  (3) TBE
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Seniors' assets need protecting during the pandemic, too  (2) Press
 • 2021 was a very good year for more than a couple scholastic sports programs at Bristol Central…and 2022 should be even better  (2) TBE
 • The Bristol Central girls basketball team is battling, looking for its first win tonight in a showdown against Plainville  (0) TBE

• sunday, january 02, 2022
 • Gov. Lamont: At-home covid test kits are ready to be distributed   (24) Press
 • Rivoira brings the defense as BC boys hoop wins holiday tournament, downing South Windsor 77-33  (16) TBE
 • Plainville to distribute at-home covid tests Sunday  (10) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys basketball scores first victory of the season in 22-point blitzing of Wolcott on Thursday  (7) TBE
 • Bristol Diversity Council plans to create youth coalition  (4) Press
 • Bristol Central girls basketball falls just short of upset victory over Gilbert on Thursday  (3) TBE

• saturday, january 01, 2022
 • As COVID-19 surges in Connecticut, lines for non-appointment tests get longer ... and longer  (21) Courant
 • Gov. Ned Lamont answers questions as covid-19 test kits arrive in the state   (12) Press
 • Connecticut failed to deliver at-home COVID-19 tests because supplier backed out, Gov. Ned Lamont says  (9) Courant
 • 2021 A Year in Review  (3) TBE
 • Residents weary of covid-19 going into the New Year, hospitals remain committed to help.   (3) Press


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• friday, december 31, 2021
 • One person displaced in Bristol house fire  (50) Press
 • Rhode Island man charged with hiding video camera inside bathroom at Bristol home where tribute was being held for deceased man  (39) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (29) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Taking a look at a New Year's resolution  (24) Press
 • Teachers union seeking return to remote learning amid surge  (21) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (16) Press
 • State's positivity rate surpasses 20%, with entire area remaining in Red Alert; 83 new coronavirus deaths reported  (14) Press
 • Bristol Police release report on Tuesday’s threat at COVID testing site  (13) TBE
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Cooper  (10) Press
 • US children hospitalized with covid in near-record numbers  (9) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (7) Press
 • Connecticut tops 500,000 infections; delivery of at-home test kits from state delayed  (5) Press
 • With COVID cases rising, Bristol rivals hope for full season that can fulfill goals  (5) Press
 • Roundup: Bristol Eastern, Southington boys basketball take first win of the season  (5) Press
 • Bristol Home and Business Expo canceled for second straight year  (5) Press
 • Area cities, towns postpone planned covid-19 test kit giveaways, still waiting to receive shipments  (3) Press
 • Bristol Hospital puts visitation on hold amid spike in coronavirus cases in state  (3) Press
 • Bristol Hospital announces no-visitation policy beginning Dec. 31  (3) TBE
 • Officials, community leaders give their New Year's resolutions  (3) Press
 • Teachers union wants stronger action to protect school communities with spike in covid cases  (1) Press

• thursday, december 30, 2021
 • Bristol Central boys basketball rolls crosstown rival Bristol Eastern 73-24 on Tuesday, advancing to the finals of its own holiday tournament  (89) TBE
 • Bristol police release more details on shooting threat made towards testing site  (50) Press
 • Nearly 200,000 Connecticut families to get tax credit boost  (23) Press
 • Diversity Council member concerned Bristol is failing to get homes for area residents  (22) Press
 • More cruise ships under CDC investigation due to covid cases; Blumenthal wants to halt cruise travel  (11) Press
 • Bristol libraries to hold New Year's celebrations  (5) Press
 • Bristol Economic and Community Development, Mazzmedia awarded Silver Telly for local video  (4) Press
 • Roundup: St. Paul boys, Newington girls roll to wins  (3) Press

• wednesday, december 29, 2021
 • Gun threat closes covid testing site in Bristol  (63) Press
 • PD: Woman reportedly waiting in line threatened to shoot people at Bristol testing site  (15) WFSB
 • Bristol police blotter  (8) Press
 • Windsor Locks man accused of calling in phony domestic violence incident in Plainville that prompted response from entire police shift  (115) Press
 • Berlin woman who police say was drunk, high during Bristol burglary no longer facing charges  (29) Press
 • Supply of home test kits will be released to Bristol residents  (26) Press
 • Here's where Bristol residents can get tested for covid-19, with or without an appointment  (23) Press
 • Bristol Central boys basketball cruises to blowout win over Bristol Eastern  (16) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Looking to 2022  (15) Press
 • State sets record high for coronavirus positivity rate, reaching just under 15%  (5) Press
 • Hartford HealthCare receives first shipment of Paxlovid, oral medication to treat covid  (5) Press
 • St. Joseph's Polish Society raises over $13K for Connecticut Children's Medical Center through annual 'Mel's Run'  (4) Press
 • TOP STORIES OF THE YEAR: Newsmaking breaking news and crime stories of 2021  (3) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (2) Press

• tuesday, december 28, 2021
 • Wheeler decision the equivalent of an economic train wreck  (36) TBE
 • The 42nd Annual Telly Awards honor the City of Bristol and MazzMedia for “Made in Bristol” video series  (61) TBE
 • Bristol boy, 14, has gone missing  (52) Press
 • Former Bristol man, convicted in 2018 burglary, admits to violating probation  (28) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (26) Press
 • Connecticut to distribute at-home covid-19 tests, N95 masks  (20) Press
 • Bristol Hospital temporarily suspends visitation for patients in Emergency Room   (14) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (11) Press
 • Four local veterans presented with Quilts of Valor  (10) Press
 • Three winners of 'The Mayor's Merry Plymouth Contest' announced  (7) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Getting through flu season during the covid pandemic  (6) Press
 • Southington to distribute free covid self-test kits to residents this week  (6) Press
 • Bristol Hospital temporarily suspends ER Visitation  (5) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (5) Press
 • TOP STORIES OF THE YEAR: Plymouth's newsmaking stories of 2021  (4) Press
 • Free COVID-19 testing at Centre Square- Hours are announced  (4) TBE
 • State's coronavirus positivity rate surpasses 10%, another 88 residents hospitalized  (4) Press
 • Christmas Tree collection dates announced  (3) TBE
 • Looking for ways to celebrate New Year's? Here are events for both families and adults in area  (2) Press

• monday, december 27, 2021
 • The land of clipboards, Caldor, and VCR’s – how local sportswriters can quickly become out of touch  (65) TBE
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Warning signs of financial elder abuse  (13) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Bristol Historical Society a great group with one purpose in mind: Preserving Bristol's history   (12) Press
 • Bristol Central’s Donovan Clingan is in a class all his own  (12) TBE
 • Lishness returns to the sidelines of the Bristol Gladiators  (9) TBE
 • Division I, II, or III, Bristol Central’s boys basketball program is taking on all challengers in 2021-22  (5) TBE
 • Happy New Year! ‘A Wonderful Life,’ one more time.  (2) TBE
 • St. Paul girls basketball defeats Torrington by 13 on Thursday  (2) TBE

• sunday, december 26, 2021
 • Three key numbers that explain America's labor shortage  (28) CNN
 • National: Daily Covid-19 case rates have now surpassed Delta's surge. Hospitalizations so far have yet to match  (26) CNN
 • Holiday lights on Bristol house win prize on ‘Live with Kelly and Ryan  (12) Courant

• saturday, december 25, 2021
 • Why you should upgrade your mask as the Omicron variant spreads  (42) CNN
 • Where and When You Can Get a Free Covid-19 Test in Conn  (20) NBC30
 • Area businesses reflect on end of holiday shopping season  (9) Press
 • Daily coronavirus updates: Seven-day COVID-19 test positivity at 8%. State reports 75 deaths over last week.  (8) Courant

• friday, december 24, 2021
 • All scholastic sports at Bristol public schools postponed until after Christmas  (26) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (36) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Dorothy Palin celebrates her 96th birthday  (25) Press
 • Harvest Bakery celebrating 80 years of being local favorite in Bristol community  (24) Press
 • Bristol man allegedly found with Fentanyl, crack pleads not guilty to drug charges  (20) Press
 • Bristol woman who police say overdosed while caring for young children in Southington Walmart sentenced  (16) Press
 • TOP STORIES OF THE YEAR: Bristol's newsmaking stories of 2021  (13) Press
 • Details for Bristol's Affordable Housing Plan, diverse market shared during meeting  (13) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Raina  (12) Press
 • Long lines at area covid testing sites as residents prepare to have safe Christmas holiday  (11) Press
 • Bristol Public Schools pauses all athletic programs  (10) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (8) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (7) Press

• thursday, december 23, 2021
 • Bristol family wins 'Live with Kelly and Ryan' national contest for Christmas lights display, wins trip to Hawaii  (43) Press
 • Bristol police arrest man accused of stealing from Price Chopper, escaping from hospital bed  (43) Press
 • Manchester woman convicted of taking child from Plainville daycare, trying to leave with him to California admits to violating probation  (29) Press
 • Bristol’s Centre Square COVID testing site is swamped by cars Tuesday  (20) TBE
 • Bristol police arrest man on multiple warrants  (10) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (9) Press
 • BC boys hoop dominates rival East Catholic in 74-59 triumph from Mohegan Sun Arena on Wednesday  (9) TBE
 • Bristol Fire Chief proposes an in-house firefighters academy program  (8) Press
 • Bristol Hospital sees another increase in coronavirus hospitalizations, now treating 18 patients  (7) Press
 • Churches in New Britain, Bristol looking forward to hosting in-person Christmas Eve, Day services again  (6) Press
 • Bristol Adult Resource Center awarded $70,000 to replace damaged roof  (4) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (4) Press
 • Bristol Republican Town Committee, Marilyn's Pub collect toy donations for area families  (3) Press
 • Santa stops by Bristol Wednesday afternoon  (3) Press
 • The City of Bristol Community Development Block Grant Program helps to fund a new roof at the Bristol Adult Resource Center (BARC)  (2) TBE
 • Plainville PAWS raising money for rescue dog, Princess, in need of vital surgery  (1) Press
 • St. Paul girls thump Ansonia, 59-36, in Tuesday basketball match-up  (0) TBE
 • St. Paul girls basketball reaching deep into its lineup for contributions  (0) Press

• wednesday, december 22, 2021
 • Ellen Zoppo-Sassu appointed Town Manager in Enfield  (62) TBE
 • Parkside Cafe finds new home on North Main Street  (43) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering the SNET building  (31) Press
 • Councilman Panioto Confident Wheeler Can Be Salvaged in Some Capacity  (24) TBE
 • Plainville police looking to ID suspect who they believe stole more than $3K worth of perfume, beauty supplies  (22) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (18) Press
 • Bristol Public Schools ending participation in the voluntary statewide 'Screen and Stay' policy  (16) Press
 • Bristol Central boys basketball again showing they're more than a one-man show  (12) Press
 • Eastern boys hoops gives Avon too many second chances, falls by 19 in home opener on Monday  (9) TBE
 • St. Paul girls basketball cruises to home win  (5) Press
 • Salvation Army of Bristol provides gifts to over 630 area children  (5) Press

• tuesday, december 21, 2021
 • Elderly man robbed after suspect used stun gun on him outside Bristol WalMart   (44) Press
 • Southington police attempting to ID theft suspects  (30) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (27) Press
 • Bristol Health, Hospital of Central Connecticut see surge in residents seeking covid tests, trying to keep up with demand  (22) Press
 • Social media post, threatening school in Bristol, leads to arrest of juvenile  (15) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (11) Press
 • Bristol Central dispatches East Catholic at Mohegan Sun in The Day Holiday Classic  (9) Press
 • Plainville library receives more than $18K in American Rescue Plan Act funding  (8) Press
 • Security protocols leave threat responses up to schools  (7) Press
 • With support of community, Veterans Strong Community Center delivers Christmas gifts to veterans  (5) Press

• monday, december 20, 2021
 • Christmas preparations, a trip into Hartford and a look back at two recent city council decisions  (26) TBE
 • Bristol Health cuts ribbon on new Emergency Center Thursday morning  (14) TBE
 • Sports Hall of Fame pays thank-you call on Bernie O'Keefe  (10) Press
 • Bristol Central wrestling makes a fourth place finish on Saturday at the Skip Ardan Invite in Manchester  (6) TBE
 • Bristol Central hoops opens up the 2021-22 campaign the way it finished last season…and that’s more winning  (6) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern wrestling squad places sixth at the C.J .McCormack Tournament on Saturday  (5) TBE
 • Gift-wrapping at Bristol church goes to a good cause  (5) Press
 • Fundamentals key going forward as Bristol Eastern wrestling look to improve  (3) Press
 • Rosa and UCONN plan for the future as BC football star stays home to play for the Huskies  (3) TBE
 • BE girls hoops forces overtime but drops a 63-57 heartbreaking decision on the road at Windsor on Friday  (3) TBE
 • St. Paul girls cruise to victory Friday over Kennedy  (2) TBE
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: The risks of being a caregiver  (2) Press
 • Area wrestlers take home hardware at CJ McCormack Wrestling Tournament  (1) Press

• sunday, december 19, 2021
 • Clingan posts double-double as Bristol Central opens season with win over Southington  (20) Press

• saturday, december 18, 2021
 • Southington man pleads guilty to having child pornography that state police said contained children who appeared as young as 2 years old  (45) Press
 • Third grade student at Bristol's Mountain View School is Connecticut's cabbage contest winner  (15) Press
 • Southington developer plans to build senior housing at two sites in Plainville  (14) Press
 • New Britain man who had been facing home invasion charge in Bristol attack is sentenced to probation  (13) Press
 • Superintendent of roadways for Plainville retires after 24 years, will be a 'big loss'  (12) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (9) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (8) Press
 • State greenlights culture district creation process in Bristol  (8) Press
 • Wheeler Clinic honors seven organizations and individuals at 'Hands on Hearts' event  (5) Press
 • Bristol opens web portal for area businesses, nonprofits, government project to apply for American Rescue Plan funds  (5) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (5) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (4) Press
 • Roundup: Berlin girls lose close game, St. Paul girls run off for big win  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys basketball drops opening game with 19 point setback at Plainville on Thursday  (4) TBE
 • Bristol Central girls basketball falls to South Windsor in home opener  (3) Press
 • Central’s Donovan Clingan poised to break school and city records this season for the boys basketball program at BCHS  (3) TBE
 • Bristol Central boys basketball looking to win it all in 2021-22  (2) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern youth on display as it gets adjusted to varsity boys basketbal  (1) Press

• friday, december 17, 2021
 • Bristol police blotter  (35) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering that family is important   (21) Press
 • Lt. governor visits Bristol Hospital as new ER addition is unveiled  (20) Press
 • 'This is a dream come true': New Britain, Bristol women open new aesthetics salon in Berlin  (17) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (16) Press
 • Lamont signs sweeping order on climate change, pollution  (14) Press
 • Area schools will have increased police presence as social media posts threaten gun violence Friday  (7) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys basketball, in the midst of a youth movement, looking to earn a postseason date in 2021-22  (5) TBE
 • Lamothe drops double-double as Plainville boys basketball beat Bristol Eastern  (5) Press
 • Bristol Eastern wrestling falls to Avon on Wednesday to open the 2021-22 season  (4) TBE
 • Omicron cases rise in Connecticut; virus deaths top 9,000  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern attempting to overcome size, depth issues in new season  (3) Press
 • CHSCA releases all-state football team  (3) Press
 • Hartford HealthCare looks back on the one-year anniversary of the first covid vaccine being administered  (1) Press

• thursday, december 16, 2021
 • Bristol City Council rejects the sale for new Wheeler headquarters, CEO 'highly disappointed'  (58) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (22) Press
 • Wheeler Clinic comments on last night’s City Council vote  (18) TBE
 • City Council torpedoes Wheeler Clinic project  (18) TBE
 • BRISTOL BITS: Tully celebrates his birthday today  (13) Press
 • Bauer, Inc. hosts meet and greet to share concerns, goals to promote better workforce development health  (9) Press
 • Bristol Central's Victor Rosa makes it official, signs to play football at UConn  (5) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (5) Press
 • Bristol nonprofits, businesses can now apply for financial resources  (4) Press
 • Connecticut task force to combat organized retail crime   (2) Press
 • 'Veterans Social Hour' at Plainville Senior Center returns this month  (1) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls hoops falls to Edwin O. Smith in season opener on Tuesday  (1) TBE

• wednesday, december 15, 2021
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to drug charge after police found him with 80 bags of heroin or Fentanyl  (34) Press
 • Third generation Frank's Service Station in Bristol has been serving community for 75 years  (29) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (27) Press
 • Wolcott man pleads not guilty to more than 20 drug charges stemming from vehicle search in Southington  (22) Press
 • Bauer Inc. to host meeting with mayor, chamber Wednesday   (11) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (9) Press
 • Eversource holding pair of webinars to educate people on staying warm while staying within a budget  (8) Press
 • Santa to make a stop at Marv's Barber Shop in Bristol  (7) Press
 • State's covid positivity rate rises to 8.16%  (7) Press
 • Prospect United Methodist Church invites first responders, neighbors to Open House Friday   (6) Press
 • $24M in ARPA Funding set aside for Bristol businesses, nonprofits, and city projects  (5) TBE
 • Bristol Police Department's toy drive running until Saturday  (3) Press
 • New protocols set for Bristol Eastern winter sports season  (2) Press
 • New initiative keeps kids warm, encourages them to play outside  (2) Press
 • Collins scores 22 in Bristol Eastern loss to E.O. Smith  (1) Press

• tuesday, december 14, 2021
 • 'This will be a great boon for Bristol': City leaders get an update, look at major addition to DoubleTree by Hilton  (49) Press
 • Bristol woman accused of posting image online of another woman engaged in sex act could have case dismissed  (42) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • State police issue Silver Alert for Plainville teen  (17) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (14) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Covid, Omicron and the holidays: What you need to know  (11) Press
 • Manchester man who took plea deal in Bristol burglary still awaiting sentencing  (9) Press
 • Important winter athletic spectator rules for Bristol Public schools  (8) TBE
 • Registration now open for Regional Economic Outlook event   (6) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls basketball looking for a successful campaign in 2021-22  (2) TBE

• monday, december 13, 2021
 • PRIME TIME: A good time had by all at Elks' special needs Christmas party  (11) Press
 • Bristol’s Brigid Johndrow continues to excel for the women’s basketball program at Utica  (8) TBE
 • Santa's Walking Wonderland brings nighttime magic to Indian Rock  (8) Press
 • Bristol Central football program ended up dropping state tournament game to eventual Class L champs  (7) TBE
 • Local runners earn CCC all-conference honors in boys cross country  (5) Press
 • More than 40 area athletes named to CCC all-conference football team  (4) Press
 • Plainville Chamber of Commerce: Jainchill & Beckert helps clients know their rights  (4) Press
 • Bristol had several athletes earn CCC South honors in football, soccer, and volleyball in 2021  (3) TBE
 • Bristol runners and swimmers make waves on the most recent CCC South All-Conference list  (3) TBE

• sunday, december 12, 2021
 • COVID-19 proof-of-vaccination app coming to Connecticut cellphones by end of year. Voluntary passport could be used at restaurants and stores.  (44) Courant
 • Pajamas and Pancakes holiday-style at Hillside Community Church  (8) Press

• saturday, december 11, 2021
 • Bristol native finds a new niche selling limited edition sneakers   (36) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • Bristol resident approaches Bristol Ordinance Committee to address air quality legislation   (15) Press
 • Plainville Town Council appoints new member to fill vacancy  (10) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Shea  (7) Press
 • Local comedian to help raise money for Leszek Wrona's Soccer Academy's roof repair with comedy show  (7) Press
 • New arts cooperative initiative looking to potentially set up shop in old Bristol Press building   (7) Press

• friday, december 10, 2021
 • Multiple vehicle break-ins reported at fitness centers in Bristol  (49) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Taking a look at the former owner of Harvest Bakery  (41) Press
 • Bristol, Plymouth, Plainville, Southington all in Red Alert for coronavirus cases; Newington makes operational changes due to spike  (36) Press
 • Bristol Ordinance Committee continue discussions surrounding concerns with motor vehicle registrations   (27) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (21) Press
 • Holiday concert set for this weekend in Bristol; here's how to attend  (16) Press
 • Police report multiple auto break-ins at area fitness centers  (9) TBE
 • Nearly two dozen area athletes represent on all-CCC boys soccer  (7) Press
 • Each area school represented on all-CCC girls soccer team  (6) Press
 • West Bristol School's Holiday Craft & Vendor Fair returns, will benefit students  (5) Press
 • Four BC seniors named to CCC South All-Conference boys soccer team  (5) TBE

• thursday, december 09, 2021
 • Bristol's second installment of personal property, real estate taxes coming up  (23) Press
 • Bristol family spreads holiday cheer, becomes finalists in national contest  (22) Press
 • Bristol Hospital celebrates 100 year anniversary, set to open brand new Emergency Center  (15) Press
 • Bristol Hospital sees increase in covid patients as state also sees surge in hospitalizations  (14) Press
 • Bristol Ordinance Committee voice ongoing concerns with potential marijuana legislation  (13) Press
 • 'Shop With A Cop' helps 1,500 children and families in need pick out Christmas gifts, receive free dinners  (10) Press
 • Bristol Arts and Culture Fund selling memorial pavers at new magnet school  (9) Press

• wednesday, december 08, 2021
 • Plainville police attempting to ID shoplifting suspects  (36) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Seeking photos of old Bristol Press building  (25) Press
 • Family Roots Produce Market offers variety of fresh fruits and vegetables at affordable prices  (21) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (18) Press
 • Winter parking ban in Bristol will begin next week  (10) Press
 • American Legion Post 2 remembers Pearl Harbor, holds ceremony  (9) Press
 • Improvements may be in the future for Bristol's Animal Control building   (7) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (5) Press
 • Stop & Shop pharmacies in area now offering covid-19 booster shots  (4) Press
 • Bristol Central's Rosa named Gatorade's Connecticut Football Player of the Year  (3) Press
 • Bristol Central’s Victor Rosa wins the 2021-22 Gatorade Connecticut Football Player of the Year award.   (3) TBE
 • Plainville Pet Food Pantry continues to help   (2) Press
 • Covid-19 hospitalizations in Connecticut back up to 500  (1) Press
 • Bristol overnight street parking ban begins Dec. 15  (1) TBE
 • Plymouth Town Hall closed, meetings canceled due to water main break  (1) Press

• tuesday, december 07, 2021
 • Bristol man sentenced to 75 months in federal prison for receiving child porn from woman he met on dating app  (47) Press
 • Bristol fire leaves one person temporarily homeless  (35) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (28) Press
 • Goshen man pleads guilty in identity theft scheme that affected Bristol, Berlin  (16) Press
 • Wolcott settles housing lawsuit over group home denial  (14) Press
 • Teen reported missing from Bristol over weekend found, is OK: police  (9) Press
 • Christmas Spectacular raffle fundraiser a big success; here's who won  (9) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Tips on dealing with covid-19, variants and stress  (6) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (5) Press
 • Area players selected for all-Central Connecticut Conference girls volleyball team  (1) Press
 • Four area players represent on all-CCC field hockey  (1) Press

• monday, december 06, 2021
 • MAYOR'S CORNER: Transformational changes for this 'big small town'  (50) Press
 • Croze and Martin pick up several awards from the Little East Conference over a memorable women’s soccer campaign at Western Connecticut State Universi  (21) TBE
 • PRIME TIME: Entertainment wasn't lacking in days gone by  (10) Press
 • Simple, right? Find a test and then rest easy.  (8) TBE
 • Thanksgiving Football Battle for the Bell Tomfoolery – Penalties that made us scratch our heads…  (8) TBE
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: When a loved one passes away  (6) Press
 • Knights of Columbus back to cooking breakfast for good causes  (6) Press
 • Eastern’s Alex Marshall ended the 2021 campaign as BE’s all-time single season rushing leader in football  (4) TBE
 • Bristol Central football put together a tremendous campaign in 2021  (4) TBE

• sunday, december 05, 2021
 • Connecticut records first confirmed case of omicron variant of COVID-19  (18) Courant
 • Bristol Historical Society Christmas Craft Fair resumes annual tradition  (8) Press

• saturday, december 04, 2021
 • BRISTOL BITS: Recalling the days on Davis Drive in the 1950s  (43) Press
 • Bristol police looking for missing 13-year-old  (36) Press
 • Bristol Economic and Community Development Board of Commissioners approve site plan for Bauer, Inc  (33) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (31) Press
 • Plainville police asking for help finding man who has been missing since early November  (26) Press
 • Memorial Boulevard Bridge reopening Monday   (23) Press
 • Waterbury man accused of burglarizing Plymouth home, stealing car wanted for missing court  (22) Press
 • Plainville Town Councilor Jesse Gnazzo announces resignation  (15) Press
 • Festival of Lights ceremony slated for this Sunday night  (12) Press
 • City announces reopening of Memorial Boulevard bridge  (11) TBE
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Tilly  (11) Press
 • 24th Annual Turkey Shoot Basketball Event winners announced  (9) TBE
 • Governor Lamont reminds Connecticut residents about available home heating assistance  (6) TBE
 • Hospital of Central Connecticut donates 260 gifts for local families   (4) Press
 • World AIDS Day commemorated Wednesday at City Hall  (3) TBE

• friday, december 03, 2021
 • Board of Education votes to revoke policy that granted superintendent temporary powers to address covid-19 pandemic  (48) Press
 • Bristol Public Schools name principal for Arts and Innovation Magnet School   (30) Press
 • Bristol police blotter   (25) Press
 • Lamont, leaders of Community Action Agencies, other state officials encourage residents to apply to programs to help offset heating costs  (18) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (16) Press
 • American Legion Post 2 will honor the late Major Ed Riccio Jr. as part of its Pearl Harbor remembrance ceremony   (13) Press
 • Bristol-native Brianna Root inducted into Connecticut Women's Volleyball Hall of Fame  (9) Press
 • City Council members representing District Two will hold a check-in forum  (7) Press
 • FRIDAY FICKS: Running late for a very important date   (6) Press
 • Board of Education votes to revoke Carbone's temporary powers covid-19 powers  (5) Press
 • Two St. Joseph School students become mayor for the day  (5) Press
 • BC football reflects on historic season for program  (4) Press
 • Plainville Public Library announces variety of programs  (3) Press
 • Terryville Public Library has several upcoming children's program   (3) Press

• thursday, december 02, 2021
 • Police asking for help finding former Bristol Mayor Bill Stortz (Now safe at home)  (44) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (15) Press
 • Bristol man accused of assaulting man during road-rage incident going to trial  (12) Press
 • Bristol Public Schools has become the second district in the state to partner with DonorsChoose  (11) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (10) Press
 • Good Guys Auto House LLC, Worldwide Wine & Spirits team up to collect donations for Bread for Life   (9) Press
 • Bristol Public Library announces roster of upcoming Christmas programs   (9) Press
 • Maloney strikes early and often to end Bristol Central’s playoff hopes  (8) TBE
 • Bristol Public Schools name Paraeducator of the Year   (8) Press
 • Bristol Hospital's Beekley Center gets $165,000 donation  (3) Press
 • Rotary Club of Bristol accepting applications for Karl J. Schwartz college scholarship program  (2) Press
 • Plainville Senior Center seeking volunteers for Christmas Day  (2) Press

• wednesday, december 01, 2021
 • Bristol Central football is ready for the postseason, starting with Maloney in the Class L quarterfinals  (367) TBE
 • Middletown man accused of having sex with underage girl in Bristol going to trial  (29) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering games played outside   (18) Press
 • Bristol Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony to be televised on Nutmeg TV  (12) TBE
 • Terryville firefighters warning residents of scam involving phony sale of T-shirts  (11) Press
 • Indian Rock Nature Preserve will host Santa's Walking Wonderland  (8) Press
 • Giving Tuesday opportunities in Bristol  (7) TBE
 • CHSCA announces all-state girls volleyball teams  (6) Press
 • Turnovers derail Bristol Central in quarterfinal playoff game against Maloney  (6) Press
 • Area businesses see bumps in sales during Small Business Saturday  (5) Press
 • Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus stopping at Wojtusik Nursery Garden Center Saturday   (5) Press
 • Bristol Historical Society's Annual Christmas Craft Fair returns Saturday  (4) Press
 • Bristol Central’s history in postseason football  (4) TBE
 • Growth key in taking the next step for Bristol Eastern volleyball this season  (1) Press


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