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news from monday, march 01 2021 to tuesday, march 16 2021

• friday, march 05, 2021
 • Connecticut eases some virus-related restrictions  (10) Press
 • Board of Education recognizes students for achievements in music, art   (5) Press
 • AARP, Bristol Public Library teaming up to offer senior workshops  (4) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (4) Press  , New Posted
 • 3 school redistricting options going online  (3) Press  , New Posted
 • Plainville schools begin rolling out vaccines to staff Friday  (0) Press
 • Bristol Hospital treating six patients with coronavirus  (0) Press
 • Bristol has 14 new coronavirus cases among residents; Plymouth, Southington, Plainville updates  (0) Press
 • American Legion Post 209 fundraising for annual Fishing Derby   (0) Press

• thursday, march 04, 2021
 • Plainville man allegedly threatened to kill two people, dog during domestic dispute  (36) Press
 • Bristol has 11 new coronavirus cases among residents; case updates for Plainville, Plymouth, Southington  (10) Press
 • New Britain, Bristol teachers get first dose of covid-19 vaccine shots  (9) Press
 • Bristol Chorale's $1,000 scholarship still available   (5) Press
 • Bristol Public Library's annual Irish Social returns March 14  (2) Press
 • West Bristol K-8 School holds Read Across America Day event  (1) Press
 • Bristol Hospital coronavirus numbers go unchanged  (0) Press

• wednesday, march 03, 2021
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Celebrating 80 years  (30) Press
 • Bristol man who police say head-butted officer receives suspended sentence  (20) Press
 • Northeast Middle School moves some students to full remote learning due to covid-19  (12) Press
 • Those trying to register for covid-19 vaccinations still finding it difficult, if not impossible so far  (11) Press
 • Lamont, Mohegans say they've reached gambling expansion deal  (8) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (6) Press
 • Bill to prevent Connecticut commuters from double-tax passes  (5) Press
 • Wheeler Clinic hosting virtual job fair this month   (4) Press
 • Bristol community forum to give updates on magnet school   (3) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (2) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (2) Press
 • Bristol schools continue to give out breakfast, lunch to students  (2) Press
 • Bristol Hospital treating five patients with covid-19  (1) Press
 • Indian Rock summer camp registration is open   (1) Press
 • Wheeler Clinic expands access to school-based health clinics in Bristol   (0) Press
 • 'Regional Economic Outlook' event speakers will provide insights for businesses affected by covid-19  (0) Press

• tuesday, march 02, 2021
 • 'I know it's extremely frustrating but we do have to be patient': Few get through to register for vaccinations as those 55 and older, school staff bec  (56) Press
 • Catalytic converter thefts on the rise in Connecticut  (35) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (27) Press
 • Corned beef and cabbage dinner event this Saturday   (16) Press
 • Plymouth Democrats want to get rid of mayor, switch to town manager  (15) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (14) Press
 • ESPN donates anchor desk used during 2008 NBA Finals to Nutmeg TV  (8) Press
 • Bristol has 15 new positive coronavirus cases among residents; case updates for Plymouth, Southington, Plainville  (5) Press
 • Two names added to Plainville Veterans Memorial Wall  (5) Press
 • Bristol public schools continue to move toward full in person learning  (4) Press
 • New Britain, Bristol, Southington each have coronavirus-associated death among residents; state has vaccinated over 600,000 residents so far  (4) Press
 • Healthy Living: Restorative nature of sleep critical to many during pandemic times  (4) Press
 • School Readiness Council, Bristol Early Childhood Alliance helping parents make sure their child is ready for school  (3) Press
 • NAACP establishes a scholarship in honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Rev. Dr. Eddie Whitehead   (2) Press

• monday, march 01, 2021
 • Light Hangar Company focuses on customers' needs  (34) Press
 • PRIME TIME: A young Eagle Scout becomes a 'Builder of Bristol'  (24) Press
 • Bristol Central's Rodriguez commits to play football at Curry College  (14) Press
 • Flag that flew in Iwo Jima flying over Post 2 for next 30 days  (11) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Planning and asset protection after the pandemic  (3) Press

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