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news from tuesday, september 01 2020 to wednesday, september 16 2020

• wednesday, september 16, 2020
 • Historic Muzzy Field gets refurbishments  (35) Press
 • Four Bristol police officers in quarantine after exposure to officer who tested positive for coronavirus  (27) Press
 • James Rybczyk Instant Response Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning has knowledge, experience to serve customers' needs 24/7  (27) Press
 • Vintage baseball show set for Sunday, with pandemic-era safety  (12) Press
 • Bristol's Farmers Market to hold shredding event  (11) Press
 • Bristol has pair of residents test positive for covid-19, updates for Plymouth, Plainville, Southington  (9) Press
 • Bristol Hospital has gone month without single coronavirus patient  (6) Press

• tuesday, september 15, 2020
 • Bristol's reservoirs have fallen to 63% capacity  (16) Press
 • Bristol man accused of violating state's sex offender requirements  (44) Press
 • Instant folk hero Buddy the beefalo captivates area residents as he continues to allude capture  (25) Press
 • Bristol police officer tests positive for coronavirus; other officers being quarantined, awaiting test results  (22) Press
 • Bristol taxes due date coming up  (19) Press
 • Bristol has additional five residents test positive for coronavirus, updates for Plymouth, Plainville, Southington  (14) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (13) Press
 • Bristol police looking for man wanted on weapons charges  (13) Press
 • Golfers gather for first Bristol Blues golf tournament  (11) Press
 • New England Carousel Museum to receive gift of antique creations  (9) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (8) Press
 • Bristol Eastern student tests positive for covid-19  (6) Press
 • Fall sports schedules starting to take shape  (6) Press
 • Lamont doesn't want schools to close because of isolated coronavirus cases  (5) Press
 • Firehouse Subs ready to reopen its doors in Bristol  (5) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (4) Press
 • Three residential students have tested positive for coronavirus at CCSU  (3) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING Making suicide prevention a priority even during COVID  (0) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (0) Press
 • Nine new positive coronavirus cases at CCSU, eight of which are students  (0) Press

• monday, september 14, 2020
 • Your election guide: Looking at how to vote during the pandemic  (22) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Common errors in long-term care planning  (6) Press
 • Community Builders banquet going virtual this year  (5) Press

• sunday, september 13, 2020
 • Daily coronavirus updates: Connecticut’s positivity rate exceeds 1% for third straight day, as DPH commissioner blames small gatherings  (40) Courant
 • Liberty Baptist Church's Skateboarding Pastor Aims to Break Barriers and Do Good in the Community  (24) Press

• saturday, september 12, 2020
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • Blumenthal visits Bristol business owners, talks about Paycheck Protection Program  (32) Press
 • Bristol residents can weigh in on 2020 Parks Master Plan, here's how  (15) Press
 • Positive coronavirus cases traced back to CCSU students who were at Elmer's Place, which is now closed for 'quarantine'  (7) Press
 • Bristol, Plymouth have small rises in confirmed coronavirus cases, plus updates for Southington, Plainville  (5) Press
 • Bristol firefighters remember 343 firefighters who died during 9/11, celebrate others who showed heroism  (5) Press

• friday, september 11, 2020
 • Former Bristol resident pleads guilty to distributing crack cocaine, fentanyl to undercover agents  (50) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Remembering Armand 'Bud' Choiniere  (26) Press
 • Area cities, towns to honor those who lost their lives on September 11 with several ceremonies, with details on those events  (17) Press
 • Bristol has small rise in confirmed coronavirus cases, plus updates for Plymouth, Plainville, Southington  (9) Press
 • Punk rock band to use The Witch's Dungeon to film concert for live show this Halloween  (9) Press
 • 'Please do something': Customers vent about high electricity rates in Connecticut  (8) Press
 • City still trying to figure out best way to have nationally-known speaker talk to students about substance abuse  (7) Press
 • 2020 Census Day this Saturday at Farmers Market  (5) Press
 • Bristol to give presentation on how city is dealing with opioid abuse  (1) Press

• thursday, september 10, 2020
 • Panhandling still a concern in Bristol, councilman urges to give to organizations instead  (53) Press
 • City officials, local Elks Lodge 1010 working to bring nationally known speaker to Bristol   (50) Press
 • Bristol has small uptick in confirmed coronavirus cases; no deaths reported statewide  (8) Press
 • Bristol Blues holding golf tournament, here's how you can play  (7) Press
 • Four new commuter students have tested positive for coronavirus at CCSU  (2) Press
 • Advocates for Bristol Seniors, Inc. grants donation, hopes to inspire others  (0) Press

• wednesday, september 09, 2020
 • Bristol police blotter  (36) Press
 • 'I think everybody feels good about the health and safety practices and protocols that are in place': St. Paul welcomes back first group of students  (23) Press
 • 'I'm nervous, very nervous': Bristol Eastern High freshmen first to return to in-class learning  (22) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Members of Bristol Eastern class of '62 meet for lunch  (21) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (20) Press
 • Two school staff and one student test positive for coronavirus in Plainville; those in close contact quarantined.   (18) Press
 • Bristol up six, Southington eight in new cases of coronavirus; state hospitalizations down again  (11) Press
 • Thousands of businesses in state got critical loans during pandemic  (8) Press
 • Plenty of causes to support as Apple Harvest Road Race goes virtual, with many already signing up  (6) Press
 • New England Carousel Museum awarded $5,000 grant   (1) Press
 • Boys & Girls Club of Bristol Family Center accepting enrollment for distance learning programs  (1) Press
 • Coronavirus cases pop up as Connecticut schools reopen  (0) Press

• tuesday, september 08, 2020
 • Residents Enjoy Local Parks on Labor Day  (26) Press
 • How to make sure your 2020 mail-in vote is counted  (19) CNN
 • ‘Ten Minutes’ with Nicole Weston  (15) TBE
 • Is Connecticut ready for a second wave of COVID-19 this fall?  (8) Courant

• monday, september 07, 2020
 • Back to School: Bristol Eastern High principal predicts great school year as students get set to return under hybrid model  (29) Press
 • PRIMETIME: Brown served the City of Bristol in a variety of capacities during his life  (27) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Taking a look at asset protection  (10) Press
 • Back to School: Bristol Central High eager to get started, will use hybrid model for now  (8) Press

• sunday, september 06, 2020
 • Bristol rally demands justice for Black lives with a focus on homelessness  (46) Press

• saturday, september 05, 2020
 • Bristol police, school system lose a 'legend' as Officer Pete Sassu retires  (42) Press
 • 'CIAC is a group of people killing kids' dreams': Players, coaches react after learning they will be without 'real' football in fall  (40) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (20) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (13) Press
 • St. Stanislaus to hold Rosary making marathon   (9) Press
 • Lawmakers extend Lamont's executive powers for 5 more months  (4) Press
 • Four new coronavirus cases reported at CCSU  (4) Press
 • Bristol Hospital still without coronavirus patient  (3) Press
 • Will long Labor Day weekend mean another coronavirus spike?  (3) Press
 • Back to School: Southington High students set to return under hybrid model, while rest will be back full time  (3) Press
 • Bristol, Plymouth have no changes in coronavirus numbers; state reports zero deaths, drop in hospitalizations  (2) Press
 • Back to School: 'We're trying to make it as normal as possible': St. Paul students set to return  (2) Press

• friday, september 04, 2020
 • Plymouth police shut down rumor that loose beefalo has been killed  (35) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (31) Press
 • Farmers to Families fresh produce distribution happening later today in Centre Square  (23) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Looking at what the Historical Society has to offer  (18) Press
 • Bristol's 2020 Pony League baseball program comes to an end  (7) Press
 • Two residential, two commuter CCSU students test positive for coronavirus  (4) Press
 • CCSU, state police partner for detective program at university  (3) Press
 • Historical Society Offering Tag Sale Fundraiser Saturday  (3) Press
 • Wheeler Clinic receives five federal awards over eight categories, largest percentage in state  (2) Press
 • Plymouth students return to school  (1) Press
 • Rotary Club of Terryville seeks donations for fuel fund  (1) Press
 • Bristol, Southington up one in confirmed coronavirus cases, no changes for Plainville, Plymouth  (1) Press

• thursday, september 03, 2020
 • Man accused of sexually assaulting woman during Bristol home invasion  (66) Press
 • Water service for some Bristol residents expected to be shut off Thursday  (44) Press
 • Witch's Dungeon to move out of Bristol  (43) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (31) Press
 • Plymouth will begin road work at the intersection of Route 6 and Route 72  (29) Press
 • 'This industry is a forgotten, taken for granted service that needs help': Blumenthal in New Britain to help Dattco, other bus companies survive pande  (18) Press
 • Wojtusik Nursery getting ready for Halloween season  (11) Press
 • American Legion Post 209 makes decision on this year's Fishing Derby  (10) Press
 • Recipients of Legionnaire of the Year and Outstanding Citizenship Awards have been announced  (10) Press
 • CCSU up to 30 students who have tested positive for coronavirus  (6) Press

• wednesday, september 02, 2020
 • Popeyes coming to Bristol this October   (63) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (24) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Looking at longtime vice president of the Bristol Historical Society   (24) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (17) Press
 • Mayor's Office, United Way sponsoring Farmers to Families Produce Distribution programs  (16) Press
 • United Way of Connecticut chooses new president, CEO  (14) Press
 • Trio of Bristol Eastern girls volleyball standouts named to Under Armour All-American watch list  (13) Press
 • State has first coronavirus-associated death since Thursday, plus case updates for Bristol, Plymouth, Plainville, Southington  (10) Press
 • 'The consequences of not getting it right are really high': Area senior centers not ready to reopen doors, despite having go-ahead to do so  (8) Press
 • Part of Blakeslee Street closed for construction Tuesday  (8) Press
 • Community Health Center Inc. of Bristol to give free covid-19 tests  (6) Press
 • Back to School: Plainville students will begin under hybrid model, but superintendent hoping to have everyone back full time in a month  (4) Press
 • Bristol Hospital has not had coronavirus patient since mid-August  (2) Press
 • International Overdose Awareness Day draws sizable crowd   (2) Press
 • Connecticut's minimum wage increases from $11 to $12 an hour  (2) Press

• tuesday, september 01, 2020
 • After 95 years, Bristol Auto Body has new owners  (55) Press
 • Hartford Bomb Squad called to Bristol to investigate 'possible incendiary device' later determined to be fake  (38) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • Plymouth police, other agencies continue search for loose beefalo  (23) Press
 • 'The consequences of not getting it right are really high': Area senior centers not ready to reopen doors, despite having go-ahead to do so  (13) Press
 • Bristol has 10 additional residents confirmed as having tested positive for coronavirus; no statewide deaths since Thursday   (12) Press
 • Schools learning from day care centers open during pandemic  (8) Press
 • Bristol Health hits 'trifecta' as hospital celebrates re-designation of Magnet status  (7) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: A look at the risk factors and symptoms of ovarian cancer  (6) Press
 • Bristol's census response continues to be ahead of state, nation  (4) Press


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news from thursday, september 17 2020 to wednesday, september 30 2020

• tuesday, september 29, 2020
 • Man wanted in New Britain, Bristol, Berlin tries to escape police custody twice in Meriden  (34) Press
 • The eyes don't have it: Masks upset classroom communication  (29) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (28) Press
 • Bristol has additional 9 residents confirmed as having virus, Plymouth has small rise  (13) Press
 • Bristol Exchange Club, Mum Festival Committee hosting virtual art auction featuring area artists  (4) Press
 • Five in quarantine, zero in isolation due to coronavirus at CCSU  (3) Press
 • Connecticut relaxes restrictions on nursing home visits  (2) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Take the time to assess your risk for breast cancer  (2) Press
 • Bristol Hospital once again without any coronavirus patients  (2) Press

• monday, september 28, 2020
 • PRIME TIME: Bristol High Class of 1945 filled with number of notable people  (21) Press
 • Department of Public Health releases new guidance, recommendations for organized sports  (15) Press
 • Halloween Happenings begin at Wojtusik Nursery  (11) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: What you need to know about signing up for Medicare  (9) Press
 • Season Preview: Area girls soccer teams prepping for unique year  (7) Press
 • Season Preview: Area girls swim teams returning impressive talent  (5) Press

• sunday, september 27, 2020
 • New mural, the work of a highly sought artist, graces downtown  (47) TBE
 • Bristol to be featured in CPTV’s premiere of ‘Resouceful-Growing Sustainable Communities’  (13) TBE
 • Struggling Local Nonprofits Receive Essential Help Due to COVID-19 Pandemic  (7) Bristol Round
 • Suicide Awareness Walk draws attention to difficult topic  (3) Press

• saturday, september 26, 2020
 • Bristol police blotter  (35) Press
 • Police: Thomaston man shot, killed bear that his dog confronted  (24) Press
 • Southington files injunction against property owner it says was organizing large parties  (24) Press
 • The Treasure Chest opens its doors in Plymouth  (22) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (15) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (14) Press
 • Department of Public Health releases new guidance, recommendations for organized sports  (6) Press
 • Bristol Hospital down to one coronavirus patient  (4) Press
 • 'The power to control it is ours': Will there be a spike in coronavirus cases this fall?  (3) Press
 • Plainville Republicans holding rally at Norton Park  (3) Press
 • Bristol's registrars of voters prepare for Election Day, ready for onslaught of ballots   (2) Press
 • Three residential students at CCSU test positive for coronavirus  (2) Press
 • Positive virus test rate drops to 3% in Connecticut prisons  (1) Press
 • State goes over 4,500 in total coronavirus-associated deaths; case updates for Bristol, Plymouth, Plainville, Southington  (1) Press

• friday, september 25, 2020
 • Contractor charged after accepting money from Plainville resident, not performing work  (55) Press
 • Bristol to be highlighted in a new film debuting Saturday  (44) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (34) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Taking a look at Stacy Rivoira  (24) Press
 • Bear sightings on increase as they prepare for winter; here's how to keep you and your pets safe  (16) Press
 • Councilman raises $8,000, gets to kiss Daisy the pig  (12) Press
 • Brian's Angels Homeless Outreach is seeking donations, volunteers   (11) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (8) Press
 • Bristol has small rise in residents confirmed as testing positive for virus, has 19th most in state  (5) Press
 • American Legion Post 20 holding motorcycle ride Saturday, will benefit Plymouth Community Food Pantry   (3) Press
 • State sees small drop in coronavirus hospitalizations while local hospitals report increase, no change  (2) Press
 • CCSU now at six straight days with zero new coronavirus cases  (0) Press

• thursday, september 24, 2020
 • New pump park, gear shop coming to Rockwell Park after city receives grant  (31) Press
 • Plymouth police believe they are very close to capturing Buddy the beefalo  (16) Press
 • Public hearing on tree removal from West Cemetery to be held next week  (8) Press
 • Bristol has small increase in confirmed coronavirus cases, updates for Southington, Plainville, Plymouth  (6) Press
 • Despite covid-19 cases forcing some schools to all remote learning, Bristol continues to operate under hybrid model  (3) Press
 • Bristol Hospital still treating two coronavirus patients  (1) Press
 • CCSU reaches five straight days with zero new coronavirus cases  (0) Press
 • Hartford HealthCare seeing uptick in coronavirus patients, more cases for those in 20s; kick off flu shot campaign  (0) Press
 • Bridgestone helps fund programs at Boys & Girls Club in Bristol  (0) Press

• wednesday, september 23, 2020
 • Mum-A-Thon is on, will have covid-19 restrictions  (22) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bristol Sports Hall of Fame cancels induction program  (15) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (12) Press
 • Bristol issues mandatory water use restrictions, as reservoirs drop below 60% capacity  (7) Press
 • Town & City Clerk's Office is temporarily changing hours   (6) Press
 • Bristol Hospital now treating two coronavirus patients  (6) Press
 • Plainville Town Council returns to in-person meetings, discuss sewer user rate increases   (4) Press
 • Bristol Parks and Rec starts education program for students   (4) Press
 • Bristol, Plymouth both have no changes in coronavirus case numbers; updates for Plainville, Southington  (3) Press
 • OM Show to go virtual this year  (2) Press
 • Plainville High School's math department gets grant from Petit Family Foundation  (0) Press
 • CCSU reports zero new coronavirus cases for fourth straight day  (0) Press

• tuesday, september 22, 2020
 • Bristol officials looking for ways to help restaurants that could lose ability to have outdoor dining due to cold  (40) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (36) Press
 • Bristol Hospital has first covid patient since August  (10) Press
 • Main Street Community Foundation awards close to half-million in grants to several area nonprofits  (8) Press
 • Silver alert issued for missing Plainville teenager  (8) Press
 • CCSU cancels spring break  (6) Press
 • Bristol reaches 700 residents confirmed as having tested positive for coronavirus; updates for Plymouth, Plainville, Southington  (6) Press
 • Wheeler Clinic's 35th annual golf tournament raises $45,000  (2) Press
 • 'They're definitely looking forward to it': Bristol Central girls volleyball excited to be back in the gym, motivated for upcoming season  (2) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: How neurosurgery is giving quality of life to patients at The Hospital of Central Connecticut  (1) Press

• monday, september 21, 2020
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • PRIME TIME: Robinson was familiar figure in Bristol  (30) Press
 • Rally Sunday car parade a safe celebration for church  (16) Press
 • Good manners guide vintage baseball series, pandemic and all  (11) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: How to make sure you choose a proper nursing home facility  (3) Press

• sunday, september 20, 2020
 • Bristol begins rebuilding police ranks after retirements  (37) Courant
 • Connecticut Closes Fiscal Year With $38.7 Million Surplus  (11) Press

• saturday, september 19, 2020
 • Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dead at 87  (7) CNN
 • Bristol man receives suspended sentence for throwing knife at woman  (32) Press
 • Southington woman gets two years in prison for embezzling $370K  (27) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (25) Press
 • New Britain man pleads not guilty in Bristol home invasion  (19) Press
 • Road work continues on route 6 in Plymouth  (11) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (10) Press
 • Terryville Fish & Game Club to hold their first fundraiser event of the year   (6) Press
 • Plainville's Wheeler Clinic to offer fully integrated primary and behavioral health care  (5) Press
 • Another residential student tests positive for coronavirus at CCSU  (3) Press
 • Bristol Hospital still without coronavirus patient  (2) Press
 • Bristol Hospital cancels wine festival  (1) Press

• friday, september 18, 2020
 • Bristol man who worked for New Britain-based radio station sentenced to prison for sexually assaulting young girls  (60) Press
 • Doubletree by Hilton hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for construction of an expanded hospitality complex in Bristol  (24) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Bristol Tramps Sports Reunion organization has two announcements  (15) Press
 • Bristol Farmers Market will hold a Shredding Event, Bristol Electronics Recycling Event Saturday  (11) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (10) Press
 • Four more residential students test positive for coronavirus at CCSU  (9) Press
 • Adult Education Center has receives $120,000 Capital Workforce Manufacturing Training Grant  (6) Press
 • Bristol Eastern High School has second covid-19 case, classes canceled today and tomorrow  (5) Press
 • Indian Rock Nature Preserve offering programs to supplement education of elementary school students  (4) Press

• thursday, september 17, 2020
 • Bristol police have suspect in multiple summer shootings  (49) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (36) Press
 • Bristol man who pleaded guilty in gun theft, serious pedestrian accident could be sentenced next month  (31) Press
 • Plainville Town Council meeting returns to in-person format, with some changes, will discuss sewer use rates, street improvements  (20) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (19) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Man donates sports memory books to museum  (13) Press
 • Bristol has slight rise in coronavirus cases, plus updates for Plymouth, Plainville, Southington  (12) Press
 • Health district tracing contacts of Bristol Eastern student who tested positive for covid-19  (9) Press
 • ACE Awards going virtual, will do retrospective   (4) Press
 • CCSU has two new positive coronavirus cases, both residential students  (3) Press


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