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news from thursday, july 01 2021 to friday, july 16 2021

• friday, july 16, 2021
 • Area residents could see increase, some small, some in hundreds, on car tax bills  (48) Press
 • Bristol resident Barbara Franklin discusses importance of American history and democracy following new role with Smithsonian  (25) Press
 • Zoppo-Sassu taking time to understand and adopt best possible policy for marijuana dispensaries in city  (24) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (24) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (18) Press
 • Bristol sixth-grader awarded Luke Diakolambrianos Memorial Scholarship  (13) Press
 • The Decision is in: Rosa Picks UCONN  (10) TBE
 • Bristol American Legion Baseball Notebook – Recent postponement won’t slow down Post 2 as Zone 1 lead in reach  (8) TBE
 • Hartford HealthCare expects staff to be fully vaccinated by end of September; says everyone should be vaccinated  (6) Press

• thursday, july 15, 2021
 • Bristol City Council discusses potential of new firehouse on Church Street, sale of produce in residential neighborhoods  (54) Press
 • Bristol police officer opens new Italian coffee shop in Southington  (44) Press
 • Bristol resident named commander of the Detachment of Connecticut  (36) Press
 • Plainville woman pleads guilty to felony charge for spitting in cop's face  (21) Press
 • Bristol Central's Rosa picks UConn  (20) Press
 • Food distribution events in Bristol have given out over one million pounds of food  (18) Press
 • Bristol Little League All-Stars clinch District 5 title over Wallingford  (18) Press
 • Bristol American Legion Baseball Notebook – Post 2 in good shape as other Zone 1 teams must make up several games  (17) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (16) Press
 • 47 local organizations awarded over $160K from Main Street Community Foundation  (15) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (12) Press
 • Belated Fourth: Lake Compounce fireworks celebrate independence and family  (10) Press
 • UniteCT's mobile van to make stop in Bristol to address concerns with rental challenges in wake of pandemic  (10) Press
 • UniteCT Emergency Rental Assistance mobile van in Bristol Friday, July 16  (8) TBE

• wednesday, july 14, 2021
 • Bristol teen sentenced to 42 months in prison in fatal beating that left victim braindead  (61) Press
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to knifepoint robbery at city bank  (52) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (27) Press
 • Ellen Zoppo-Sassu makes it official: she's running for a third term as mayor of Bristol  (25) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (15) Press
 • Community Connections project in Bristol provides opportunities for children to socialize, do art, more  (14) Press
 • Music on the Farm returning to Indian Rock Nature Preserve with live music, food trucks, more  (11) Press
 • Food box donation slated for Thursday in Bristol  (11) Press
 • TBE presents sports, sports, and more sports…  (7) TBE

• tuesday, july 13, 2021
 • Bristol man pleads guilty to sex charges involving children  (67) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Concern surrounding new COVID-19 Delta variant  (14) Press
 • Forestville American Legion receives several awards at statewide convention  (12) Press
 • Farmers to Families food distribution scheduled for July 15th  (11) TBE
 • Community can have their say on Broadway play hopeful during workshop at St. Paul High School  (7) Press

• monday, july 12, 2021
 • TBE Sports Sunday: Bristol American Legion Baseball Notebook – Even all the recent bad weather can’t stop Post 2’s quest at the Zone 1 lead  (30) TBE
 • The customer comes first at Crowley Auto Group  (30) Press
 • PRIME TIME: James J. Hyland was one of Forestville's best-known residents  (28) Press
 • Asbury United Methodist Church welcomes new pastor  (14) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (12) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (8) Press
 • Petit delivers message of kindness and hope at annual 5K Run  (8) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Be careful of wrong advice  (8) Press
 • A weird weather week. But aren’t they all? And new contributors  (7) TBE
 • TBE Sports Sunday: Lishness calls it a career; steps down from the Bristol Eastern wrestling program (Part 2)  (6) TBE
 • Bristol's Sugrue sisters shine at Nutmeg State Games Figure Skating Competition  (5) Press
 • Demand for gasoline reaches highest mark ever, pushing price at pump higher; here's lowest priced stations in area  (5) Press
 • TBE Sports Sunday: Roberto Cruz does it on both sides of the ball as Bristol American Legion Baseball beats Naugatuck in 8 innings  (5) TBE
 • TBE Sports Sunday: Bristol Merchants squad was another competitive bunch in 2003  (4) TBE
 • Bristol American Legion baseball wins ninth Zone 1 game on Sunday, spinning Simsbury 11-1  (4) TBE
 • TBE Weekly Calendar  (3) TBE
 • Mural at Centre Square development in Bristol to feature postcard design  (3) Press
 • Bristol's St. Stanislaus Youth Ministry returns from mission trip helping community around Niagara Falls  (3) Press

• sunday, july 11, 2021
 • Aimless wandering in Bristol, Conn.  (58) TBE
 • Bristol in earlier days  (29) TBE
 • Bristol Interfaith Coalition plants sugar maple tree in Rockwell Park to celebrate shared values, Earth stewardship  (13) Press

• saturday, july 10, 2021
 • Bristol police blotter  (44) Press
 • Bristol Farmers Market will feature a few new attractions   (34) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (30) Press
 • Bristol releases project specifics on City Hall renovations  (24) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (18) Press
 • Legalization of marijuana has some area police concerned it could lead to uptick in DUI offenses  (17) Press
 • Chambers of Commerce appoints new board members, executive officers  (16) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (10) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Eva  (9) Press
 • Tropical Storm Elsa brings heavy rains but moves quickly out of area by afternoon  (6) Press

• friday, july 09, 2021
 • About two dozen parents, children gather in Bristol in support of ditching mask mandate for students  (49) Press
 • Beach in the City returns to Bristol  (31) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (30) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (13) Press
 • Tips on how to prepare for Tropical Storm Elsa  (7) Press
 • Eversource says it has a good plan and is ready for Elsa  (6) Press

• thursday, july 08, 2021
 • Plainville police asking for help identifying suspects caught on surveillance  (47) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (36) Press
 • Forestville native pens book about what life was like in the city from 1910 through the 1970s  (24) Press
 • Communities recover from one storm, prepare for next  (17) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (16) Press
 • DeAngelo finishes memorable scholastic track & field career with one final race at national event  (7) TBE
 • Bristol American Legion Baseball Notebook: Rain, rain, go away!  (5) TBE
 • Hospital of Central Connecticut, Bristol Hospital to mandate all employees receive covid-19 vaccine  (5) Press
 • Farmer’s Market opens again this Saturday  (5) TBE
 • Lawmakers agree to meet again on juvenile crime issues  (4) Press
 • Bristol's Community Emergency Response Team receives donation for work during pandemic  (4) Press
 • Bristol 10 year olds start strong in District 5 Softball tournament with 13-0 win over Farmington  (3) TBE

• wednesday, july 07, 2021
 • City loses owner of 150 Central, beloved member of Bristol community to lung cancer  (69) Press
 • Road-rage incident in Southington leads to two arrests  (58) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (35) Press
 • Required job searches to restart soon for state's unemployed  (23) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (18) Press
 • The Surgue’s are hitting the ice at the 2021 ShopRite Nutmeg State Games this Saturday in Newington  (17) TBE
 • ESPN takes Nichols off NBA Finals duty after leaked comments  (10) Press
 • Volunteer EMT is latest Plymouth Volunteer Ambulance Corps' 'PVAC Proud' winner  (6) Press
 • Bysiewicz talks kindergarten, teens entering workforce programs at Bristol schools  (5) Press
 • Campos named St. Paul boys soccer head coach  (4) Press
 • Officials: Connecticut positioned for federal climate funds  (3) Press

• tuesday, july 06, 2021
 • Residents and out of town visitors alike found a lot to enjoy at Rockwell Park Monday  (33) Press
 • ESPN host Rachel Nichols apologizes for racially-insensitive comments  (19) Press
 • Bristol Juniors win District 5 Softball Championship, 18-5 over Meriden.  (7) TBE
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Be aware of heat-related illness this summer  (5) Press
 • Bristol Interfaith Coalition to host tree planting at Rockwell Park  (3) TBE

• monday, july 05, 2021
 • Bristol American Legion Baseball Notebook: Beaucar’s excellent effort against Avon helped to tighten up Zone 1 race  (26) TBE
 • MAYOR'S CORNER: Bristol's parks are critical to our health  (22) Press
 • TBE Sports Sunday: Lishness calls it a career; steps down from the Bristol Eastern wrestling program (Part 1)  (13) TBE
 • Bristol secures $2M toward J.H. Sessions redevelopment project  (8) Press
 • TBE Sports Sunday: Friday Night Lights making a comeback in the Mum City  (7) TBE
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Understanding Power of Attorney and Conservatorship  (7) Press
 • Thousands gather to watch fireworks at Great American Boom in New Britain  (6) Press
 • TBE Weekly Calendar  (4) TBE

• sunday, july 04, 2021
 • Lake Compounce delays fireworks show, will hold later this month  (15) Press
 • Colder weather doesn't stop Bristol' Farmers Market  (12) Press
 • Celebrating the Fourth and revisiting Monday  (4) TBE
 • TBE Sports Sunday: The Bristol Merchants improved by 16 games in 2002  (3) TBE

• saturday, july 03, 2021
 • Bristol Central’s Donovan Clingan commits to UCONN  (25) TBE
 • Bristol police ID crash victim seriously injured Wednesday  (68) Press
 • Bristol police investigating burglary at Applewood Restaurant  (30) Press
 • Bristol Farmers Market will have a new musical guest Saturday  (23) Press
 • Bristol, New Britain will have firework shows for everyone to enjoy this weekend  (14) Press
 • 'I would be very suspicious if they're asking for personal information': Experts warn about scam calls  (10) Press
 • Meriden American Legion baseball scores five late runs to topple Bristol, 9-4, in Zone 1 battle on Thursday  (10) TBE
 • Donovan Clingan commits to play basketball at UConn   (8) Press
 • Practice fireworks safety this weekend  (8) Press
 • Joe Cianciolo hired as new St. Paul football coach  (7) Press
 • American Legion Post 209, Southside Meat Market have a successful fundraiser  (6) Press
 • Coffee with Legislators event returns to Bristol   (5) Press
 • Local residents ready to celebrate Fourth of July, despite challenges  (5) Press

• friday, july 02, 2021
 • Online map gives Bristol residents a view of city projects  (50) Press
 • Bristol resident named to Smithsonian's National Museum of American History Board  (42) Press
 • Bristol man pleads not guilty to stalking Southington woman 'in all aspects of her life'  (31) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (31) Press
 • Clingan balances busy summer ahead of senior year  (17) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Looking at a children's book from a Bristol teacher   (16) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Tia  (10) Press
 • Bristol Legion falls to Meriden, sees win streak end at five  (9) Press
 • Bristol Juniors Softball blows out Meriden, 22-1  (8) TBE
 • Imagine Nation joining state program, rolling out new workshops  (4) Press

• thursday, july 01, 2021
 • Single-car crash in Bristol sends man to hospital for serious injuries  (65) Press
 • Bristol couple awarded more than $30 million in medical malpractice lawsuit   (54) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (31) Press
 • Woman charged with tampering with evidence in fatal Bristol beating could be seeking diversionary program  (28) Press
 • Terryville mother pleads not guilty to shooting two children, killing one of them  (26) Press
 • Bristol Public Schools seeking public, anonymous feedback on what to do with federal dollars  (18) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (16) Press
 • Bristol traffic advisory for July 1  (16) TBE
 • Shop for all your weekend get-together needs at the Bristol Farmers Market on Saturday, July 3rd  (11) TBE
 • Hartford HealthCare closing mega vaccine sites  (10) Press
 • Cruz, Bristol American Legion Baseball nabs another shutout – dropping Berlin by a 6-0 push to win fourth straight Zone 1 contest  (10) TBE
 • Bristol Legion baseball blanks Berlin for fourth win in a row  (5) Press


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news from saturday, july 17 2021 to saturday, july 31 2021

• tuesday, july 27, 2021
 • Rusgrove family takes over old Foodies building  (26) Press
 • Car crash closes portion of Willis Street in Bristol  (24) Press
 • Young man killed in Southington car accident  (21) Press
 • Water main break on James P. Casey Road in Bristol expected to interrupt service to residents on number of streets  (12) Press
 • Local residents smell smoke in the area as wildfire smoke travels east  (6) Press
 • Southington police looking for man who eluded officers  (6) Press
 • Plymouth seeking community input on how to make downtown festival as fun as possible  (3) Press
 • Lamont urges vaccines for holdouts as virus infections rise  (3) Press
 • St. Paul softball selling tickets for bus trip to Fenway  (2) Press
 • Here's where you can get a coronavirus vaccine in area  (1) Press
 • Southington police looking for man who eluded officers  (1) Press
 • Bristol Legion falls to Avon, ends winning streak  (1) Press
 • United Way's 47th annual golf tournament at Chippanee filling up fast; here's how to take part  (1) Press

• monday, july 26, 2021
 • TBE Sports Sunday: Bristol American Legion Baseball Notebook – Post 2 takes season series against Naugatuck in 14-7 win on Friday  (13) TBE
 • PRIME TIME: Edward F. Wozenski, a veteran of the 'Longest Day' and many other heroics  (13) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Getting paid to take care of your loved one  (11) Press
 • Music returns to Indian Rock   (9) Press
 • TBE Sports Sunday: Bristol American Legion Baseball team just misses out on Regional Qualifier  (8) TBE
 • TBE Sports Sunday: 1998 NCAA Division III baseball national champions to be honored in October  (7) TBE
 • TBE Sports Sunday: Bristol Merchants are back-to-back champs in the Greater Hartford Twilight league in 2005  (5) TBE
 • TBE- WEEKLY CALENDAR  (5) TBE
 • Bristol American Legion baseball wins its seventh straight Zone 1 game, sinking Newington 4-3 on Sunday evening  (0) TBE

• sunday, july 25, 2021
 • Bristol Today- the day in review  (16) TBE
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Keke  (12) Press
 • An experiment and some surgery, one more fun than the other  (11) TBE

• saturday, july 24, 2021
 • Missing Bristol man has been found  (46) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (35) Press
 • The 2021 Little League® Eastern Regional Softball and Baseball Tournaments in Bristol to look a little different in 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic  (28) TBE
 • Bristol police blotter  (24) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (17) Press
 • Plymouth tackling marijuana issues, moving forward on economic development  (10) Press
 • Admission Policies for 2021 Little League Baseball and Softball Region Tournaments Announced  (8) Press
 • Arts Magnet School Committee discuss possibility of engraved bricks at new school   (7) Press
 • Bristol Today- the day in review  (5) TBE
 • Bristol American Legion Baseball Notebook – Despite missing a catcher (or 3), Post 2 continues to find ways to win after tough start  (4) TBE
 • COMMUNITY NEWS: What's happening in and around our towns  (3) Press
 • New Britain, Plainville school systems among first to receive social-emotional learning assessments  (3) Press
 • Bond Commission approves $1.1 billion, Lamont hints at more  (2) Press
 • Amato's Toy & Hobby celebrating Christmas in July to benefit the Salvation Army  (1) Press
 • Clingan excited for future in Storrs  (1) Press
 • Bristol Legion beats Naugatuck for sixth straight win  (1) Press
 • Bell City Barnstormers baseball drops final round-robin contest in under-13 Nutmeg State Games  (0) Press
 • United Way of West Central Connecticut partners with Bristol Public Schools for summer vocational programming  (0) Press

• friday, july 23, 2021
 • Motorcyclist dies after crash on Peck Lane in Bristol  (73) Press
 • Bristol Police identify victim of fatal Peck Lane crash  (21) Press
 • Bristol resident has gone missing, police seeking information  (53) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • New MBS theater has, at its core, collaboration  (17) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • Bristol Today — The day in review  (11) TBE
 • Bristol discusses partnering with Connecticut Murals on future projects   (11) Press
 • Bristol could see money from a proposed $300 million state settlement  (8) Press
 • Hartford HealthCare chief says we have shifted to the 'Pandemic of the Unvaccinated' for coronavirus  (7) Press
 • Daniel Dallaste receives Citizens Commendation Award from Bristol Police  (5) Press
 • Groups combine forces to provide better support for abused or neglected children  (4) Press
 • Local children can dress up as their favorite animals and march in a parade; here's how to take part  (3) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Getting the lowdown of former city author Nancy Pappas  (3) Press
 • Mum Festival returning to Bristol in smaller, covid-minded form  (3) Press
 • Bristol Farmers Market now authorized to accept SNAP, EBT  (2) Press
 • Tunxis Community College Dean's List students from area  (2) Press

• thursday, july 22, 2021
 • After speeding complaints in Bristol, police lieutenant looks for policy change  (52) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (29) Press
 • Bristol police officer receives award for helping save man undergoing cardiac arrest  (26) Press
 • Bristol police officer receives department's Silver Star  (23) Press
 • Healthcare workers given until Friday to get fingerprinted  (13) Press
 • Medical examiner's office says teens died by accidental drowning in Farmington River  (12) Press
 • Bristol Today — The day in review  (9) TBE
 • Plainville police blotter  (7) Press
 • Bristol American Legion Baseball Notebook – Post 2 in the hunt for a spot in the CT Regional Qualifier  (6) TBE
 • Bristol Police Department honors officers, citizens  (6) Press
 • Winning on the ‘road’ once again, Post 2 stings Newington to snare first place in Zone 1  (4) TBE
 • Walmart locations in area holding Wellness Day to help customers with preventative health measures  (2) Press
 • Blues improving as of late after difficult start to season  (1) Press
 • Wazorko-Christopher running again for Plainville Town Council after leaving seat in 2017  (1) Press
 • Errors wreak havoc for Blues in loss to Danbury  (0) Press

• wednesday, july 21, 2021
 • BRISTOL BITS: Looking at Colin Cavallari's history with Harvest Bakery  (37) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (33) Press
 • Zoppo-Sassu discusses goals for potential third term  (12) Press
 • Bristol Today — The day in review  (12) TBE
 • Speaker: Not enough support to override veto of prison bill  (10) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (10) Press
 • DEEP warns residents to limit outdoor activities as air quality sinks to 'unhealthy' due to wildfire smoke  (9) Press
 • Salvation Army's Bristol Corps continues to serve the less fortunate despite difficulties  (5) Press
 • Bristol Legion baseball comes back to beat Berlin  (3) Press
 • Imagine Nation in Bristol holding open house as enrollment for fall preschool program begins  (2) Press
 • Bristol Legion holds off Newington in low-scoring affair  (2) Press
 • Trailing by four runs, Bristol American Legion Baseball picks off Berlin, 7-6, in massive Zone 1 comeback  (0) TBE
 • Bristol American Legion Baseball Notebook – Beaucar continues to pitch Post 2 to victory  (0) TBE

• tuesday, july 20, 2021
 • Bodies of the two teenagers, who went missing in Farmington River, found Monday afternoon  (38) Courant
 • Bristol receives nearly $5 million for City Hall parking structure, downtown development  (20) Press
 • Bristol Today–The day in review  (11) TBE
 • Southington police blotter  (8) Press
 • Free vaccination clinics this week at Muzzy Field in Bristol  (4) Press
 • Plymouth Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Bristol Health offering vaccine clinics  (2) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: Preventing children's summer sports injuries  (1) Press
 • Bristol Legion baseball comes back to beat Berlin at Sage Park  (1) Press

• monday, july 19, 2021
 • A power outage, again, after the online course ends  (23) TBE
 • PRIME TIME: Happy 50th anniversary, Dave and Lois Zabel  (20) Press
 • TBE Sports Sunday – Bristol American Legion Baseball Notebook: Rain continues to keep Post 2’s schedule in flux  (9) TBE
 • ‘Welcome Bear’ greets passersby on Woodland St.  (7) TBE
 • TBE Sports Sunday – Sizing up Connecticut’s high school enrollment numbers  (6) TBE
 • Holistic community comes together for EXPO  (4) Press
 • TBE Sports Sunday – Bristol Merchants finally wins its first GHTBL title in 2004  (3) TBE
 • TBE- Weekly Calendar  (2) TBE
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: How to approach your parents about their estate plan  (1) Press

• sunday, july 18, 2021
 • The federal child tax credit will start appearing in bank accounts Thursday. Here’s what you need to know -- and how to sign up.  (56) Courant
 • Covanta tells Bristol residents that burning medical trash won’t worsen air pollution  (6) Courant
 • Community Connections event at Boys & Girls Club of Bristol a big hit with families  (1) Press

• saturday, july 17, 2021
 • Bristol man failed to answer to charges related to assault that police believe left victim with internal bleeding, fractured ribs  (52) Press
 • ESPN once again finds itself making headlines for all the wrong reasons  (46) Press
 • Plainville woman accused of being drunk during wrong-way car crash with two young children inside  (32) Press
 • Memorial Boulevard Bridge Project- construction to close East and West bound lanes  (20) TBE
 • John Larson, Unite CT discuss housing and electrical utility relief available to Bristol residents  (19) Press
 • Covanta Resource Recovery Facility intends to build biomedical waste incinerator in Bristol  (17) Press
 • Stop & Shop joins fight against obesity problem in America  (13) Press
 • Bristol Lightning Bolts cruise to under-12 Nutmeg Games win  (12) Press
 • Chris Murphy discusses importance of vaccinations to CCSU leadership, students before fall semester begins  (9) Press
 • Memorial Boulevard Bridge construction will close lanes starting Monday  (8) Press
 • Bristol Rotary Club awards mini grants to 9 area organizations  (8) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (8) Press
 • 'Beach in the City' offers family fun for all at Imagine Nation  (7) Press
 • Covanta Resource Recovery Facility intends to use biomedical waste incinerator for Bristol  (2) Press


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