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news from monday, april 01 2019 to tuesday, april 16 2019

• tuesday, april 16, 2019
 • Technician allegedly drunk on the job, charged with DUI  (109) Press
 • Bristol police release ID of apparent drowning victim  (84) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (46) Press
 • Bristol Central baseball's Greger was impressive years before entering high school  (29) Press
 • No end in sight on fifth day of Stop & Shop strike  (17) Press
 • Plainville event to take a hard look at hard water  (16) Press
 • Bristol Historical Society looks to preserve photos, memorabilia  (15) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are St. Paul's Ryan Daniels and Bristol Central's Gwen Torreso  (11) Press
 • Register now for Day of Caring  (6) Observer

• monday, april 15, 2019
 • Bristol police ID apparent drowning victim  (42) Press
 • Imagine Nation, Bristol school board to host art exhibit  (461) Press
 • Drowning victim still not identified  (61) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bristol rivals are now lifelong friends  (50) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (36) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: 'I won't be on Medicaid'? Think again.  (21) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (19) Press
 • Area baseball, softball teams have chance to add to win totals during week ahead  (14) Press
 • Bristol Central baseball takes lessons from lumps as Rams are different team than last year  (13) Press
 • 2,000 cactus enthusiasts gather for Bristol show, sale  (13) Press
 • Freshman Greger comes up clutch for Bristol Central baseball in win over Newington  (11) Press
 • 32 vendors fill Bristol's newest craft fair at Swedish Social Club  (10) Press
 • State lawmakers argue religious vaccination exemption  (9) Press
 • St. Stanislaus reaches century mark  (6) Observer
 • Stop & Shop employees in Bristol, across New England enter day 5 of strike  (6) Press
 • This week's meetings  (5) Press

• sunday, april 14, 2019
 • Bristol police investigating apparent drowning  (97) Press
 • Vendors and visitors enjoy Bristol Swedish Social Club's first craft fair  (20) Press

• saturday, april 13, 2019
 • Conn. prosecutors drop fugitive from justice case against Bristol man  (39) Press
 • Bristol man accused of pointing gun during road-rage incident seeking program   (27) Press
 • HomeSnacks names Bristol one of the top 10 places to live in Connecticut  (27) Press
 • Potholes are no match for the City of Bristol, says officials  (22) Press
 • Stop & Shop employees in Bristol, across New England continue strike for 2nd straight day  (18) Press
 • Bristol native who writes for 'The Simpsons' to host talk  (15) Press
 • Hernandez lawyers: Court wrong to restore murder conviction  (15) Press
 • Bristol Central baseball's Greger helps shut down Newington  (14) Press
 • Bristol Eastern softball doesn't get chance to finish test  (13) Press
 • Roundup: Bristol Eastern defeats Bristol Central in season's first city girls tennis matchup  (11) Press
 • Hollywood at the Bijou to show old films at the Bristol Historical Society  (10) Press

• friday, april 12, 2019
 • Bristol and Burlington work to change racially insensitive name of brook  (87) Press
 • Bristol Stop & Shop workers join strike across New England  (41) Press
 • Jodi Zils Gagne sentencing delayed to April 23  (32) Press
 • Giovinazzo continues to build on legacy with Bristol Eastern baseball  (25) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Athlete overcomes adversity, and now runs marathons in his wheelchair  (25) Press
 • Local Urgent Care Centers Ease Brutal Spring Allergies  (12) Bristol Round
 • Free-flowing, high-octane offense has been key to St. Paul boys lacrosse becoming state title conten  (11) Press
 • ROUNDUP: Wininger pitches gem, but Bristol Central baseball loses on walk-off  (11) Press
 • United Way honors those who 'live united'  (11) Press
 • Bristol and Burlington Petition Feds to Rename “Negro Hill Brook”  (8) Bristol Round

• thursday, april 11, 2019
 • Police ID man involved in rollover crash on Mountain Road, say injuries are less serious than origin  (76) Press
 • Proposal abandoned: 10 Main St. will not become City Hall  (45) Press
 • Plainville man charged with beating teen in Rockwell Park  (44) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (41) Press
 • Bristol native Floyd began basketball success in city before starring in college, pros  (26) Press
 • VIDEO: Boulder Dash at Lake Compounce is INSANE  (26) Bristol Round
 • Alleged getaway driver charged in Plainville robbery  (20) Press
 • Duquette fans 10 in complete game gem as Bristol Eastern baseball shuts down New Britain  (18) Press
 • Bristol school board honors students, faculty  (15) Press
 • Two-time state champion Rivoira ends an era, steps down as Bristol Eastern volleyball coach  (12) Press
 • Betts: Ziogas Needs to Justify His Support for Tolls  (8) Bristol Round
 • ROUNDUP: Daniels' two homers power St. Paul baseball over Woodland  (6) Press
 • ROUNDUP: Six home runs power St. Paul softball to victory   (6) Press
 • Bristol gymnasts raise over 3K to fight cancer  (5) Press
 • St. Paul boys lacrosse senior Ashworth makes most of time in penalty box  (5) Press
 • Bristol Museum to Host “My Art- My Story” Exhibit  (4) Bristol Round
 • Bristol, Plymouth Veterans Honored at Service Medal Ceremony  (4) Bristol Round
 • Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce announce spring, summer events  (4) Press
 • After starting slow, St. Paul boys lacrosse soars to rout  (3) Press

• wednesday, april 10, 2019
 • Bristol family asking for help finding missing teen  (59) Press
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to urinating on floor of fast-food restaurant, calling in phony fight  (51) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Chat reveals interesting fact about Tramps honoree  (23) Press
 • Bristol Eastern softball defeats Southington as umpires halt game in middle of sixth inning  (17) Press
 • Bristol to Use Fuel Cell for Water Pollution Control  (10) Bristol Round
 • Countryside Manor in Bristol thanks its volunteers  (10) Press
 • Daniels' two homers power St. Paul baseball over Woodland  (9) Press
 • Bristol man pleads guilty in Southington burglary; 2-year sentence expected  (7) Press
 • Bristol, Plymouth veterans honored with wartime service medals  (7) Press
 • Bristol Central grad Policarpio leads Bristol Eastern girls lacrosse in first season  (5) Press
 • Bristol to Participate in National Library Week  (3) Bristol Round
 • Health care is confusing. OHA is here to help  (3) Press

• tuesday, april 09, 2019
 • One person sent to the hospital after being extricated from vehicle involved in crash  (38) Press
 • Bristol man convicted of inappropriately touching 16-year-old with autism and 14-year-old  (55) Press
 • Bristol man guilty in sex cases involving underage girls  (38) Press
 • 2 school buses in Bristol involved in car accidents; no serious injuries reported  (36) Press
 • Police say teen struck Bristol officer with SUV while trying to flee  (32) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (31) Press
 • Animal cruelty charges dropped against former Plainville man accused of moving out of town, leaving   (20) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (13) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Depression can be harder to spot in older adults  (6) Press
 • Bristol Eastern girls lacrosse falls in first game as solo team  (5) Press
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Central's Austin Brown and St. Paul's Abby Poirot  (5) Press
 • St. John's star Heron embraces role model status, happily giving back to Boys & Girls Clubs  (4) Press
 • St. Paul softball lets victory slip away   (4) Press
 • Bristol man pleads guilty in Southington burglary; 2-year sentence expected  (4) Press
 • Bristol, Plainville, Southington Rotarians join in Haitian relief effort  (4) Press
 • Plainville council OKs budget; public to vote April 30  (3) Press
 • Bristol, Plainville, Southington Rotarians join in Haitian relief effort  (1) Press
 • United Way holding Day of Caring May 17  (1) Observer
 • NAACP hosting bus trip to D.C. July 12, 13  (0) Observer

• monday, april 08, 2019
 • BRISTOL BITS: Two special city residents, stories of an animal lover  (35) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (29) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: The basics of Medicaid: 'What you can and cannot keep'  (29) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Paper routes were solid jobs with good people  (18) Press
 • Bristol Central track and field athletes enjoy top performances at Bloomfield Invitational  (10) Press
 • Bristol's Prime Time Senior Fair brings over 300 seniors, vendors together  (10) Press
 • Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble welcome spring with concert  (9) Press
 • State opioid prescriptions down, deaths still high  (9) Press
 • All-Press section can be found in Monday's paper  (6) Press
 • Busy week ahead for Bristol area's baseball, softball teams as they look to continue hot starts  (3) Press
 • This week's meetings  (1) Press

• sunday, april 07, 2019
 • YOUR VIEW: Bristol's mayor is a breath of fresh air  (42) Press
 • Fun, freebies, and friendly faces at Bristol's Prime Time Senior Fair  (14) Press
 • Picture this: Historical society celebrates Preservation Week  (9) Observer
 • Number of teens vaping and smoking e-cigarettes rises, causing worry for some  (7) Press
 • Imagine Nation offering April vacation plans  (7) Observer
 • Letter: Library Week begins April 7  (4) Observer
 • HIV Education Forum scheduled for April 17  (4) Observer
 • Leadership training for teens offered April 23-25  (4) Observer

• saturday, april 06, 2019
 • Woman accused of helping make false rape claims against Bristol police officer to elude prosecution  (39) Press
 • Terryville man sentenced to probation for abusing 12-year-old  (33) Press
 • Bristol signs deal for a fuel cell to promote green energy in the city  (24) Press
 • Bristol woman accused of trying to abduct random child applies for another program  (17) Press
 • Past, current basketball stars face off in All-Star Game hosted by Bristol Boys and Girls Club  (17) Press
 • 2018-19 All-Press Girls Basketball Team: Dynamic duos, tons of star power on this phenomenal team of  (11) Press
 • 2018-19 All-Press Wrestling Team: Three state champions highlight this group of grappling stars  (11) Press
 • Clock museum holding opens Saturday  (10) Observer
 • Tunxis College will hold an Advanced Manufacturing Open House April 27  (9) Press
 • Bristol blood drive will honor a blood infusion recipient  (8) Press
 • 2018-19 All-Press Boys Basketball Team: Plenty of individual talent in area this season, led by this  (8) Press
 • Former Bristol resident Jensen excels in New England Masters swimming event  (8) Press
 • Bristol Central boys lacrosse confident, takes lessons from West Haven loss  (6) Press
 • 2018-19 All-Press Indoor Track Team: Seven runners, one jumper make up this standout team of eight  (6) Press
 • Chamber gears up for spring events  (6) Observer

• friday, april 05, 2019
 • State police investigating fatal car accident on Route 72 in Plainville  (68) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (43) Press
 • Bristol man allegedly brandished handgun during domestic dispute  (41) Press
 • Bristol's free environmental workshops will feature gardening, birdhouse making  (24) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Volunteering families make the city a better place  (20) Press
 • The Prime Time Senior Fair is filled with fun, freebies, and helpful resources  (14) Press
 • BDA releases results of community survey  (13) Observer
 • Bristol Boys & Girls Club selects its 2019 Youth of the Year  (12) Press
 • 3rd Annual Whigville Pride Day Set For April 28  (12) Bristol Round
 • Four St. Paul basketball grads taking flight at the next level  (11) Press
 • Scoring chances few and far between for Bristol Central boys lacrosse in defeat  (9) Press
 • ROUNDUP: Bristol Central softball outslugs Plainville for first win of season  (8) Press
 • Bristol Mayor's Youth Cabinet to educate kids, teens about the fire department  (8) Press
 • Bristol Parks & Recreation Team Up With Public Works for Birdhouse Painting Workshop  (7) Bristol Round
 • Tougher tests are coming soon for Bristol Eastern softball  (7) Press
 • Bristol Central High School club raises $8,000 for local charities  (7) Press
 • United Way's annual awards dinner is April 11  (6) Press

• thursday, april 04, 2019
 • Lawsuit against Bristol Hospital moves forward to trial  (65) Press
 • Bristol Hospital announces name change, rebranding of itself  (50) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (40) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (16) Press
 • Plymouth council agrees to sell Main Street School  (11) Press
 • SPORTS ROUNDUP: Bristol Eastern baseball tallies 10 runs in win over Plainville  (9) Press
 • Softball preview: Will BE softball join the elite?  (6) Observer
 • Baseball preview: Experienced hands help boost BE  (5) Observer
 • Baseball preview: Bristol Central looking to get back on track  (5) Observer
 • Spring Preview: What to expect in Bristol spring sports  (5) Observer
 • Bristol Eastern softball powers 23 runs, 21 hits to topple Plainville  (4) Press
 • Patience, hard work have paid off for St. Paul softball ace Poirot  (3) Press
 • Softball preview: Things looking up at Central  (2) Observer

• wednesday, april 03, 2019
 • State police charge 2nd Bristol suspect in Burlington burglary, theft of safe with over $100k worth   (57) Press
 • Cat brings two families together using messages in Bristol   (30) WFSB
 • Meriden man accused of breaking into Bristol home, assaulting 2 people  (25) Press
 • Bristol finance board considers 3.75% increase for budget  (22) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Katherine Gaylord Chapter celebrates anniversary  (16) Press
 • ROUNDUP: Bristol Central boys and girls track win season-opening meets  (7) Press
 • Poirot throws first career perfect game in St. Paul softball opener  (5) Press
 • Ivy Drive school in Bristol competes for new playscape  (5) Press
 • Wine, music, art to be featured at May 1 fundraiser at Tunxis  (2) Press
 • Spring Preview: Girls lacrosse teams hope to make mark  (1) Press

• tuesday, april 02, 2019
 • Cleanup begins on long-contaminated Bristol site near ESPN  (45) Press
 • Bristol man gets 2 years in prison for having enough crack cocaine, Fentanyl for Plainville police t  (35) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (25) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (17) Press
 • Pequabuck River cleanup in Bristol, Plainville, Terryville April 27  (16) Observer
 • Bristol Eastern wrestling freshman Nichols earns All-American medal at national tournament  (13) Press
 • ROUNDUP: Bristol Central baseball puts up 22 runs in season-opening win  (12) Press
 • Brownfield work on Middle Street has begun  (9) Observer
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are Bristol Central's Jake Aldi and Abby Calfe  (9) Press
 • ‘Tales of a Milkman’ to air on Nutmeg TV  (7) Observer
 • E-signs converting to city control  (7) Observer
 • Plea deal gets Bristol man 3 months for New Year's stabbing  (7) Press
 • Spring Preview: Bristol Central, St. Paul lead area golf teams into season  (6) Press
 • Free environmental workshops offered by city  (5) Observer
 • Bristol to Host Environmental Workshop — Seeks Adults and Younger Citizens  (5) Bristol Round
 • Bristol elementary school competing for playground equipment  (5) Press
 • New app aids in battle against opioid addiction  (4) Press
 • State GOP chairman encourages Tunxis students to participate in politics  (4) Press
 • Chamber dinner set for June 5  (4) Observer
 • Mum fest craft fair planned  (3) Observer
 • Bristol to Host Educational HIV/AIDS Forum  (3) Bristol Round
 • Forum for HIV/AIDS professionals at Bristol library April 17  (3) Press

• monday, april 01, 2019
 • Bristol police blotter  (52) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Paper boys of Bristol recall their routes, stories  (36) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Good, old friends keep Boguslawski's spirit alive  (25) Press
 • Bristol Central teacher's book teaches survival, mindset  (18) Press
 • Orchids take over Bristol Senior Center at spring show  (11) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Adult day care and adult day health care  (9) Press
 • This week's meetings  (8) Press
 • Patient approach, perfect game from Rembish, Gagnon push St. Paul baseball to win in season opener  (7) Press
 • Time is finally here to celebrate the sport we all love: baseball  (6) Press
 • St. Paul baseball putting emphasis on effectiveness of pitchers  (5) Press


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• tuesday, april 23, 2019
 • Jodi Zils Gagne sentenced to 46 months in prison  (24) Press  , Breaking News, New Posted
 • Police investigating armed robbery at K&S Liquors in Bristol  (44) Press
 • Bristol police investigating hit-and-run  (39) Press
 • Some Bristol shoppers eager to visit Stop & Shop after strike ends  (20) Press
 • Restocking: Stop & Shop stores open again after strike  (19) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (11) Press
 • Woman injured in hit-and-run accident  (7) Observer
 • Meatloaf dinner fundraiser Friday, April 26  (5) Observer
 • Bristol Press Athletes of the Week are St. Paul's Jessica Persechino and Michael Dolce  (5) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball aims to put an end to fielding woes  (4) Press
 • World War II vets sought to serve as Memorial Day grand marshals  (4) Observer
 • Bristol middle school robotics challenge highlights tech skills  (3) Press
 • TEAM Bristol seeks donations for flags  (2) Press
 • Persistent rain wreaking havoc on local schedules  (2) Press
 • Roundup: St. Paul girls lacrosse keeps on roll, beats Holy Cross  (1) Press
 • Make-A-Wish Walk For Wishes coming to Compounce  (0) Observer
 • Census committee kick off will be Tuesday in Bristol  (0) Press
 • St. Paul boys lacrosse earns respect in pair of tough tests  (0) Press

• monday, april 22, 2019
 • Stop & Shop, workers reach tentative contract agreement  (36) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (38) Press
 • Last day of Bristol schools, graduation set  (27) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bristol's soccer history: Which team is in this photo?  (24) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Bristol paper routes passed through generations  (8) Press
 • Zion church prepares almost 350 Easter meals  (3) Press
 • Eggs hidden in the stacks at Manross Library in Bristol  (3) Press
 • Bristol craft fair helps raise money for Mum Festival  (2) Press
 • This week's meetings  (0) Press

• sunday, april 21, 2019
 • Mum Festival's 2nd Annual Spring Fling Craft Fair has something for everyone  (10) Press
 • St. Paul boys lacrosse storms back with second-half rally to defeat Bacon Academy  (2) Press
 • Kids jump into the Easter spirit at the Manross Library's Annual Egg Hunt  (1) Press

• saturday, april 20, 2019
 • Bristol man allegedly assaulted police officer during eviction  (70) Press
 • After some progress, Bristol officials look to fill empty retail spaces  (46) Press
 • Rocky Hill man accused of making fraudulent charges, billing Plainville construction company  (21) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball coughs up early lead to Newington, drops second straight game  (11) Press
 • Memorial Poker Run in Plainville will benefit PARC  (7) Press
 • Bristol Veterans Council will honor WWII veterans this Memorial Day   (7) Press
 • Chamber's awards dinner to be held April 23  (6) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys lacrosse looks to continue learning, developing as season progresses  (6) Press
 • City announces it will take over supervision of e-signs  (5) Observer
 • Kids meet the Easter Bunny, hunt for eggs at the Barnes Nature Center  (5) Press
 • Hackling stays hot, Bristol Eastern softball rolls to fifth straight win  (4) Press
 • Profits up at Bristol Hospital  (2) Observer

• friday, april 19, 2019
 • Bristol police make arrest in identity theft scheme involving fraudulent car purchases in multiple a  (68) Press
 • Controlled burn used to resolve propane leak involving 1,000 gallon tank in Bristol  (35) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: WWI widows belong to a small and special club  (21) Press
 • Barrette's character-driven Bristol Central boys basketball program honored with sportsmanship award  (12) Press
 • Roundup: St. Paul girls tennis falls to unbeaten Naugatuck  (9) Press
 • Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church will give out Easter dinners to those in need  (8) Press
 • Detail-oriented St. Paul softball program continues to 'strive for perfection'  (8) Press
 • City of Bristol to Exhibit at EASTEC  (8) Bristol Round
 • Fundraising Dinner Will Help Victims of Domestic Violence and the Formerly Homeless  (7) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Joins Recovery Friendly Community Initiative  (7) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Eastern boys lacrosse can't find offense in lopsided loss to Berlin  (6) Press

• thursday, april 18, 2019
 • Effects of New Jersey earthquake possibly felt in CT   (28) WFSB
 • Bristol finance board: Lower tax rate increase expected  (55) Press
 • Bristol police find cocaine during drug raid, charge 1 man  (38) Press
 • SECOND LOOK: Food, beverage industry may face drastic changes  (31) Press
 • Duquette, Lozier lead Bristol Eastern baseball to victory  (17) Press
 • Bristol man accused of leaving stolen gun in vehicle seeking program  (16) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (15) Press
 • Bristol's St. Stanislaus Church celebrates 100 years  (7) Press
 • St. Paul softball powers way to win over Watertown  (4) Press
 • For Bristol Eastern boys tennis, wins have come from enjoying the game  (4) Press

• wednesday, april 17, 2019
 • Tree comes down in Bristol, damages power lines  (63) Press
 • Stop & Shop employees still optimistic deal will be reached as strike goes into 6th day  (25) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Photo mystery - Special Olympics edition  (23) Press
 • Recovery friendly: City will support residents suffering from substance abuse  (16) Press
 • Chamber awards dinner June 5; latest recipients announced  (12) Observer
 • Committee co-chair backs tax on sugary drinks  (10) Press
 • New for this year, OM Show will feature Keystone Club  (3) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys tennis defeats Berlin for first time in seven years  (2) Press
 • Roundup: St. Paul softball takes early lead, never looks back for victory at Torrington  (2) Press
 • Tunxis honor society wins regional honor  (1) Press
 • Environmental Learning Centers of CT to host an introduction to fishing course  (0) Observer


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