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news from friday, october 01 2021 to saturday, october 16 2021

• saturday, october 16, 2021
 • Bristol Central boys cross country topples the competition in the 17th straight city series bout, besting Eastern and St. Paul  (78) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (50) Press
 • Stop & Shop launches express program, gives customers $20 off  (46) Press
 • Guide on how Bristol residents can vote in upcoming Election  (22) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (17) Press
 • Bristol police to collect unused prescription drugs at Farmers Market next weekend  (10) Press
 • Biden visits Hartford, reassures progressives on cuts to spending bill  (8) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Rocky  (8) Press
 • Connecticut's quasi-public lottery says sales remain robust  (6) Press
 • Area schools race through Page Park, Porrini and Bielecki take first  (6) Press
 • Tremendous growth giving Bristol Eastern infinite potential as girls volleyball postseason looms  (5) Press
 • Bristol NAACP holds candidate meet and greet   (3) Press
 • Bristol Central boys run win streak to seven with 3-1 decision over Maloney  (3) TBE
 • St. Paul girls cross county, Bielecki, win Bristol’s annual city series showdown on Thursday from Page Park  (1) TBE
 • BE volleyball cruises to victory at Lewis Mills Friday  (0) TBE

• friday, october 15, 2021
 • Max Pizza IV holds ribbon cutting for party room, art gallery  (42) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (30) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Tim Perkins celebrates 70th birthday  (25) Press
 • Lamont visits Arthur G. Russel Company in Bristol, details new state investment in manufacturing  (21) Press
 • Bristol man who police say led officers on foot pursuit receives suspended sentence  (16) Press
 • Farmington woman charged with DUI with children in car in Plainville seeking diversionary program  (14) Press
 • Police in Bristol, Southington targeting distracted drivers  (7) Press
 • American Legion Post 209 holding Walk-A-Thon to raise awareness about suicide, domestic violence prevention  (5) Press
 • GOP lawmakers lead lawsuits against Connecticut covid rules  (4) Press
 • Saturday’s schedule for the 100th Anniversary of Veterans Memorial Boulevard  (4) TBE
 • Lamont visits Arthur G. Russell Company, details new state investment in manufacturing  (4) Press
 • Online sports betting soft launch going well, Connecticut agency says  (3) Press
 • Bristol Eastern volleyball sweeps past Avon  (2) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern girls soccer nabs huge 0-0 stalemate against Simsbury on Wednesday  (1) TBE
 • Nursing schools see applications rise, despite COVID burnout  (1) Press

• thursday, october 14, 2021
 • Police allege Torrington man had drugs in system when he caused serious car crash in Bristol that left woman with life-altering injuries  (101) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (28) Press
 • Board of Finance, City Council reject motion for over $2 million in Bristol Public Schools surplus funding  (24) Press
 • Memorial Boulevard Centennial Celebration is set for Saturday  (14) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (10) Press
 • Bristol Hospital places time capsule in new Emergency Center addition  (7) Press
 • Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble to perform free 'A Salute to our Veterans' concert  (7) Press
 • Bristol Central competing for top spot in Class L as season winds down  (5) Press
 • Bristol Central boys soccer enjoys strong first half of season; are building momentum for the state tournament  (4) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern girls volleyball starts hot, holds off Avon in win  (4) Press
 • Local 10-year-olds, who dress up in costumes to raise money, making final push to reach goal for United Way   (3) Press
 • New England Carousel Museum hosting 'community arts experience' with array of artists  (2) Press
 • Roundup: New Britain girls volleyball fall to East Catholic at home, Bristol Eastern girls soccer draws  (2) Press
 • Croze is extremely offensive for the women’s soccer program at WCSU  (2) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern boys soccer draws 1-1 tie against Tolland on Tuesday afternoon  (1) TBE
 • Best from the spring represent Bristol for all-Press girls lacrosse  (0) Press
 • Palma's late score lifts Bristol Central past Plainville for sixth straight win  (0) Press

• wednesday, october 13, 2021
 • New Britain man arrested on gun, drug charges in Bristol  (28) Press
 • About 214,500 households to receive extra food benefits  (24) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering Bristol's Spartans  (18) Press
 • Bristol Senior Center Craft Fair is returning  (8) Press
 • Petit Family Foundation's 15th Annual Golf Tournament draws large crowds, raises significant funds   (7) Press
 • Biden to visit UConn for dedication of Dodd Center  (6) Press
 • Terryville Lions Club bringing back free Halloween Party, featuring Haunted House  (3) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Mammograms can save your life. Early detection is key.  (1) Press

• tuesday, october 12, 2021
 • Bristol police blotter  (35) Press
 • 'It couldn't have happened a better way': Bristol Hospital employee started in kitchen, now works as an APRN  (28) Press
 • Bristol native's new sports caps store in downtown New Britain off to successful start  (18) Press
 • Bristol police looking for missing teen who is believed to be with another missing teenager from West Hartford  (17) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (11) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (8) Press
 • Connecticut set for limited launch of online gambling  (7) Press
 • Bristol Central puts first-timer in goal, posts clean sheet against St. Paul  (7) Press
 • Local nurseries, garden centers celebrating fall  (5) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (5) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Mammograns can save your life. Early detection is key.  (2) Press

• monday, october 11, 2021
 • Encounter with a skunk turns out fine. Time to take down the hanging plants.  (44) TBE
 • Bristol Central/Hartford Public football squads combine for 100 points but in the end, the Rams hang on to win by 52-48 final  (32) TBE
 • Fall Fest postponed to next Sunday  (15) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Pfc. Aldo Ryder, Vietnam War hero  (14) Press
 • Shorette, Bristol Eastern volleyball keeps its streak going against Bristol Central  (8) TBE
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: The role of conservators  (7) Press
 • National award winner finds competition a learning process  (6) TBE
 • Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern cross country squads in action this weekend from the Wickham Park Invite in Manchester  (5) TBE
 • TBE Weekly Calendar  (5) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern football remains resilient behind strong defensive play  (4) Press
 • BE boys soccer falls to undefeated Hall on Friday evening, 7-0  (4) TBE
 • BC Girls swimming finishes second at tri-meet with Bristol Eastern and Farmington  (4) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern football drops another tough one, this time to Capital Prep/Achievement First on Friday by 21-15 push  (3) TBE
 • Community is central to Plainville Community Pharmacy  (3) Press
 • Bristol Central's game-ending defensive stand helps close out win over Hartford Public  (3) Press

• sunday, october 10, 2021
 • State departments of education, economic development and mental health have lowest rates of compliance with COVID-19 vaccine mandate among state agencies in Connecticut  (87) Courant
 • Fall Festival delayed to Oct. 16  (23) Press
 • Centarians celebrate birthdays over 100 years  (17) Press
 • Mayor Ellen Zoppo-Sassu Honored With Public Service Award  (17) Bristol Chats
 • Bristol Central football tops Hartford Public in Saturday barnburner  (8) Press
 • Tracking Covid-19 cases in the US  (7) CNN
 • OM Keystone Show celebrates 80 years  (5) Press
 • Walking in the name of suicide awareness  (5) Press
 • St. Paul defeats Torrington in lone home meet of season  (3) Press
 • BC Cross Country had a competitive bout with both Lewis Mills and Maloney from Hubbard Park in Meriden  (3) TBE

• saturday, october 09, 2021
 • Aroma Joe's, competitor of Dunkin' and Starbucks, will be opening in Bristol as franchise's first entry into Connecticut  (48) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (29) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (22) Press
 • Bristol holding Centennial Celebration for Veterans Memorial Boulevard with music, games, cars, more  (17) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (11) Press
 • Bristol Transfer Station, City Hall closed for Columbus Day; leaf collection schedule  (7) Press
 • Bristol Central's Rosa still committed to UConn despite turnover, shaky start  (6) Press
 • Bristol Central eying best start since 2006, take on skilled Hartford Public  (3) Press
 • Fall Family Festival returns to Indian Rock Nature Preserve in Bristol this Sunday  (3) Press
 • Central CT Chambers of Commerce hosting in-person Bristol mayoral forum at St. Paul High  (2) Press
 • Bristol Eastern comes up short against Capital/Achievement, enters bye week with third straight loss   (2) Press

• friday, october 08, 2021
 • Week 5 in scholastic football: Bristol Central at Hartford Public and Capital Prep/Achievement First tackles Bristol Eastern  (54) TBE
 • BRISTOL BITS: Memories were flowing at a pair of class reunions  (41) Press
 • Bristol Parks and Rec hires new park maintainer for city's grounds, facilities division  (26) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (26) Press
 • Bristol man who had been charged with stealing rental car in Southington no longer facing felony charge  (19) Press
 • Bristol man pleads not guilty to attacking man at homeless site  (16) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (10) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (7) Press
 • Southington man gets two years in prison on child pornography charge  (5) Press
 • Bristol receives three awards from state recreation and parks association  (4) Press
 • Bristol NAACP branch to host candidates' forum featuring mayoral candidates Zoppo-Sassu, Caggiano  (3) Press
 • Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Veterans Memorial Boulevard to be held on Saturday, October 16  (3) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern football to battle for third win in bout with Capital Prep-Achievement First  (2) Press
 • Central CT Chambers of Commerce holding 131st annual dinner in-person at Aqua Turf  (1) Press

• thursday, october 07, 2021
 • Bristol looking into tightening enforcement of residents who register their vehicles out of state  (37) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (35) Press
 • Bristol man allegedly connected to near fatal overdose in Plainville wanted for skipping court  (29) Press
 • Main Street Community Foundation’s Women & Girls’ Fund collects feminine hygiene products for local communities  (23) TBE
 • New director of Bristol Chorale wants to increase group's profile in state, grow membership  (22) Press
 • Bristol Has The Rudest Drivers in The State: Report  (20) Bristol Chats
 • Bristol NAACP branch to hold Freedom Fund Banquet with keynote speaker that served in Obama administration  (18) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (17) Press
 • Plainville sets leaf collection schedule for residents  (13) Press
 • Wheeler Clinic receives $5 million grant to expand mental health services for children, adults  (10) Press
 • BC Girls Swimming posts big win over Plainville  (9) TBE
 • Bristol Central boys soccer takes 4-1 victory over rival Bristol Eastern on Tuesday evening  (8) TBE
 • St. Paul posts first clean sheet of season in win against Seymour  (5) Press
 • Nelson, Bristol Eastern girls soccer nets late goal to topple Bristol Central in City Series tilt on Tuesday  (5) TBE

• wednesday, october 06, 2021
 • Bristol Eastern volleyball a 3-1 winner over Bristol Central on Monday – posting its 54th consecutive victory over its crosstown rival  (128) TBE
 • Bristol man accused of having child porn, sexual conversation with undercover cop headed to trial   (59) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Navy vet Ray Taillon gets treat via ride to 'Cloud nine'  (29) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (26) Press
 • About 1,200 state workers not compliant with covid order  (26) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (25) Press
 • Two Bristol runners to travel through farmers market on their way to completing virtual Boston Marathon  (24) Press
 • Big second half pushes Bristol Central boys soccer past Bristol Eastern  (13) Press
 • Ingraham Manor centenarian birthday celebration on Saturday  (13) TBE
 • Bristol's Hunger Action Team wants residents to take survey to help identify gaps in service, information  (13) Press
 • Bristol Health recognized for commitment to diversity, inclusion  (9) Press
 • Task Force to recognize AIDS Awareness Month  (9) TBE
 • Bristol Health named to Modern Healthcare’s Top Diversity Leaders list  (8) TBE
 • The Bristol Farmers Market will be included in the “Virtual” Boston Marathon Route on October 9  (8) TBE
 • Late goal puts Bristol Eastern girls soccer ahead of Bristol Central in first meeting of season  (8) Press

• tuesday, october 05, 2021
 • Bristol police blotter  (40) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Breast cancer patient shares story of survival; credits Hartford HealthCare with her recovery  (40) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (22) Press
 • Plymouth anniversary committee announces more events leading up to 225th celebratory 'street fair'  (13) Press
 • Suspensions loom, but more workers meeting vaccine mandates  (9) Press
 • Hartford HealthCare reaches 99% of employees who are vaccinated; 300 still non-compliant  (7) Press
 • Following two years of planning, input from community, Terryville library's Maker Space has opened  (7) Press
 • Bristol Eastern opens week against Bristol Central with volleyball win  (4) Press

• monday, october 04, 2021
 • DTC chair Rippy Patton discusses this year’s municipal campaign  (31) TBE
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Seniors should watch out when adding child's name to your bank account  (17) Press
 • MAYOR'S COLUMN: How to invest $28M to benefit the Bristol community   (14) Press
 • TBE Tag Sale dies a natural death  (13) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern boys soccer falls to Edwin O. Smith in the closing minutes of the match on Friday  (12) TBE
 • Bristol Central football moves to 3-1 with 35-29 victory over Farmington on Friday  (7) TBE
 • BE football’s comeback bid falls short, drops 21-20 heartbreaker to Plainville on Friday  (7) TBE
 • BC cross country squads ran well at the Ninth Harry Geraghty Invite on Friday  (6) TBE
 • The Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern volleyball teams renew their rivalry on Monday in marquee showdown  (5) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern Football Notebook: Lancers continue to play well in 2021 despite .500 ledger  (4) TBE
 • TBE Weekly Calendar  (3) TBE

• sunday, october 03, 2021
 • Young man killed in motorcycle accident in Southington  (55) Press
 • PHOTOS: Lexie Mangum celebrates 40 years in business  (30) Press
 • Crocodiles hold 20th meeting in 1896  (14) TBE
 • Plainville scores twice late, holds off Bristol Eastern for Lancers' second loss  (10) Press
 • Glastonbury edges Eastern Volleyball in 5 set thriller  (8) TBE

• saturday, october 02, 2021
 • Week 4 scholastic football is here with Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern on the road for CCC Tier 3 confrontations  (161) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • Bristol woodworkers find company partnership in Fort Worth  (23) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Honoring General Edward Wozenski   (20) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (19) Press
 • Bristol man pleads not guilty to alleged role in stabbing  (17) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Ziggy  (11) Press
 • Bristol Central survives 23-point fourth quarter from Farmington for third win in a row  (9) Press

• friday, october 01, 2021
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • New York man pleads guilty to drug charge brought about during bank scam that hit Bristol, other parts of state  (31) Press
 • Silver Alert issued for Bristol teen  (25) Press
 • Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum has new additions for 55th season  (16) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (14) Press
 • Lamont puts Guard on standby as vaccine deadline looms  (9) Press
 • Bristol Central football travels to Farmington looking to keep the wins coming  (6) Press
 • Terryville Fire Department holding several programs for National Fire Prevention Week, starting Saturday  (5) Press
 • Bristol Eastern-Plainville football teams to battle in CCC contest  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern volleyball wins eighth straight match, sinking rival Maloney 3-1 on Wednesday evening  (4) TBE
 • BE girls soccer loses its match against Maloney in the closing minutes on Tuesday, falling 1-0  (3) TBE
 • Connecticut casinos unveil first sports betting offerings  (3) Press
 • Community Foundation's Women's & Girls Fund collects hundreds of feminine products for those in need  (2) Press


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• sunday, october 24, 2021
 • Krok, Eastern girls soccer shuts out Plainville on Thursday – earning a 1-0 victory to get on the doorstep of state tournament qualification  (12) TBE
 • BE football runs all the way to the pay window on Thursday night, sinking East Catholic 38-18  (1) TBE
 • COVID-19 vaccines for children could lead to end of statewide mask requirement in Connecticut schools  (0) Courant
 • BE boys soccer nabs a big win on Friday, sinking Plainville by a 2-1 push in a CCC South tilt  (0) TBE

• saturday, october 23, 2021
 • Bristol sergeant recognized for work apprehending shooting suspect; citizen honored for helping during rescue  (31) Press
 • Mayor candidates debate Thursday night at St. Paul   (17) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (16) Press
 • Bristol fighting against panhandling by asking residents to give to nonprofits instead  (15) Press
 • City officials tour new Bristol Arts and Innovation Magnet School, see progress on reconstruction  (15) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (11) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (8) Press
 • Bristol mayoral candidates Zoppo-Sassu, Caggiano take part in debate  (8) Press
 • Bristol library to host panel discussion with three veterans of America's Middle East conflicts  (7) Press
 • Another Farmers to Families produce box distribution event in Bristol coming up  (7) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (7) Press
 • St. Paul responding well, buying in to new system under Cianciolo  (7) Press
 • Marshall posts fourth 200-yard game as Lancers roll over East Catholic  (3) Press
 • Evening on the Hill at the Bristol Historical Society  (3) TBE
 • Bristol Central outlasts Tolland in record-setting night  (1) Press
 • Bristol Eastern's Krok nets lone goal in shutout win over Plainville  (1) Press
 • Program at Bristol Historical Society will delve into city's postal history  (1) Press
 • Bristol Central football aiming to stay hot coming out of the bye week  (0) Press
 • Bristol Eastern on cusp of postseason berth, get rematch with Berlin next  (0) Press
 • Debate: Mayor cites her covid work, Caggiano touts GOP progress   (0) Press
 • Bristol Eastern gets back on track behind potent running game  (0) Press

• friday, october 22, 2021
 • Local homeowner decorates yard with 12-foot skeletons to celebrate Halloween, raise money for St. Jude Children's Hospital  (37) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (21) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (13) Press
 • Bristol's 'Halloween Spooktacular' returns to Rockwell Park this Saturday, features showing of 'The Addams Family'  (4) Press
 • Eastern volleyball loses close match to Conard on Wednesday  (3) TBE
 • BC and BE girls cross country teams start postseason with CCC conference meet from Wickham Park in Manchester on Tuesday  (3) TBE
 • Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern’s cross country squads run well from the CCC Championships on Tuesday  (2) TBE
 • Connecticut employers add jobs for ninth consecutive month  (2) Press

• thursday, october 21, 2021
 • Bristol Police Commission discussing problems with traffic, amount of car thefts, other crimes in city  (49) Press
 • Week 7 in scholastic football sees Bristol Eastern traveling to East Catholic while Bristol Central is home against Tolland  (41) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • Suspect charged from shooting incident in May  (21) TBE
 • Southington police blotter  (16) Press
 • Bysiewicz, breast cancer survivor put spotlight on Mobile Mammography and getting tested early and often  (10) Press
 • Forestville American Legion Post 209 honors several members  (6) Press
 • Central CT Chambers of Commerce is taking registration now for virtual job fair  (4) Press
 • Barnes Nature Center is inviting the community to join them for apple cider this weekend  (3) Press
 • Bristol Eastern football departs bye week with tilt against East Catholic  (3) Press
 • Eastern girls soccer wins it’s fourth match of the season on Tuesday, sinking Middletown 4-0  (3) TBE
 • BE boys soccer goes toe-to-toe with Middletown, falls 1-0 in the closing minutes of the showdown  (2) TBE

• wednesday, october 20, 2021
 • Bristol Police Department, City Hall, Salvation Army Bristol Corps gear up for a season of giving  (18) Press
 • Thousands of online, sports bets placed on first day  (16) Press
 • Bristol Central eying Class L championship after pleasing finish at CCC  (11) Press
 • Bristol Eastern finish well in CCC championship at Wickham Park  (7) Press
 • Area schools finish strong at CCC cross country championships  (4) Press
 • Roundup: Bristol Eastern girls soccer shuts out Middletown  (4) Press
 • Virtual vigil to commemorate AIDS Awareness month will take place this Friday  (4) Press
 • Connecticut Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives appoints president, officers  (3) Press
 • Eastern Volleyball sweeps past Berlin Monday night  (3) TBE
 • BC Girls Swim team loses close meet at Middletown  (3) TBE

• tuesday, october 19, 2021
 • Former Bristol man sentenced to prison for trafficking cocaine through mail  (46) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (35) Press
 • Most Connecticut state workers complying with covid mandate  (14) Press
 • General Edward Wozenski Memorial completed, placed in Veterans Memorial Boulevard Park  (11) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (9) Press
 • Plainville's Halloween House is back with hundreds of spooky decorations  (9) Press
 • Bristol Historical Society's 'Evening on the Hill' auction returns Oct. 23  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern overcomes slow start to sweep Berlin  (3) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (2) Press
 • Farmers to Families produce distribution scheduled for Thursday  (2) TBE
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Why advanced care planning is so important  (2) Press
 • Roundup: Area volleyball teams earn shutouts to kick off the week  (0) Press
 • MOVIA Robotics in Bristol building revolutionary teaching tools for students with autism  (0) Press

• monday, october 18, 2021
 • Bristol scholastic cross country notebook: The City Series races took center stage while the course at Page Park deemed as ‘weird’ by winning particip  (120) TBE
 • Mum-A-Thon sees decent turnout in 52nd year  (16) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Common errors in planning for long-term care  (5) Press
 • PRIME TIME: A World War I veteran's letter  (5) Press
 • Bristol football teams looking for more consistent success after bye weeks  (5) Press
 • Just a busy week, ending with the 100th anniversary celebration of Memorial Boulevard  (4) TBE
 • The Cross Country course at Page Park dedicated to the late Johnie Floyd on Thursday  (4) TBE
 • Local football teams exit bye weeks hoping to be energized to finish season strong  (3) Press
 • Bristol Central football rode a four-game winning streak into the bye week, now looking for more  (3) TBE
 • Bristol Eastern football using the bye week to rest, get healthy and regroup  (2) TBE

• sunday, october 17, 2021
 • Celebrating 100 years on the Boulevard  (23) Press
 • Celebrating 225 years in Plymouth  (7) Press


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