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1 Crews battle fire at large commercial building in Bristol
2 After 26 years as trailblazer with Bristol police, Stephen Tavares set to become chief at Eastern Connecticut State University
3 Bristol adds kids’ track as it builds network of mountain biking attractions
4 ALL IN THE FAMILY: Bettencourt, Lomasney follow older sister's footsteps to Bristol
5 Man killed in Bristol motorcycle crash
6 Government officials encourage residents to visit their local farmers market
7 Larson cosponsoring legislation to reinstate federal eviction moratorium
8 Bristol Ordinance Committee look at new updates, laws regarding marijuana sales
9 United Way is encouraging everyone to donate backpacks full of school supplies for local children
10 Bristol Man Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison for Trafficking Cocaine from Puerto Rico to Connecticut
11 Bristol resident named commander of the Detachment of Connecticut
12 Little League: 2021 Mid-Atlantic Region Tournament Guide, Schedule, Results
13 City, Chamber Leaders Welcome Marv's Barber Shop To Bristol
14 About two dozen parents, children gather in Bristol in support of ditching mask mandate for students
15 Man Pleads Guilty To Firearm Charge | Across Connecticut, CT Patch
16 Covanta tells Bristol residents that burning medical trash won’t worsen air pollution
17 47 local organizations awarded over $160K from Main Street Community Foundation
18 CHRIS POWELL: State police integrity fails; state ignores voter fraud
19 Harold 'Bud' Norton Fletcher
20 Lamont wants legislature to be involved in COVID decisions
21 Local residents smell smoke in the area as wildfire smoke travels east
22 Toms River East Little Leaguers Ready For The Next Challenge
23 Bristol will have another food distribution event Thursday
24 PRIME TIME: James J. Hyland was one of Forestville's best-known residents
25 ESPN employees required to get COVID vaccine
26 Police veteran retires from Bristol to become chief of police at ECSU
27 United Way of West Central Connecticut partners with Bristol Public Schools for summer vocational programming
28 Some Bristol Residents Without Water After Main Break
29 Willis Street Closed Between Bristol, Wolcott After Crash
30 Bristol discusses partnering with Connecticut Murals on future projects
31 Connecticut nears 80% of adults vaccinated against COVID-19 as Gov. Ned Lamont announces concert ticket winners, urges others to get shots
32 Donna (Ososki) Wood
33 Hospital of Central Connecticut, Bristol Hospital to mandate all employees receive covid-19 vaccine
34 Beach in the City returns to Bristol
35 Thousands lost power in Bristol after Tuesday’s storms, cleanup underway
36 John Larson, Unite CT discuss housing and electrical utility relief available to Bristol residents
37 CHRIS POWELL: Has consolidation in banking gone too far in Connecticut?
38 Bristol parents hold “Umask Our Kids” rally
39 Required state employee masking, vaccinations in discussion
40 Small businesses seek further guidance from state before making any changes
41 Free vaccination clinics this week at Muzzy Field in Bristol
42 Connecticut minimum wage increases to $13 an hour on Sunday
43 Gregory Peter Waag
44 Vaccine Clinic Open To Public | Southington, CT Patch
45 Covanta Resource Recovery Facility intends to use biomedical waste incinerator for Bristol
46 More than 800 UConn students seek vaccination exemption
47 Trade group: Connecticut could lag in regaining hotel jobs
48 With glut of construction expected, Bristol is on track to get $4.7 million in state aid toward parking garage
49 CHRIS POWELL: Connecticut must examine causes of its social collapse
50 Main Street Community Foundation Surpasses $1 Million | Across Connecticut, CT Patch
51 Popular Connecticut bear put down after being hit by vehicle
52 Connecticut looks to use Medicaid funds to address gun crime
53 Area residents could see increase, some small, some in hundreds, on car tax bills
54 Support Sought For Peabody West Little League All-Stars
55 Communities recover from one storm, prepare for next
56 College football roundtable
57 Yale expert picked as next Connecticut public health chief
58 CCSU players, alumni help bring CT Fusion to UWS Final
59 Power Outages, Tree Damage After Severe Storms Move Through State
60 Central Connecticut adds 10 to men's soccer team
61 The Beast Of The East Headed To Bristol & Other Monday Thoughts
62 Essex Town returns to glory, captures first Little League baseball title since 1999
63 James Edward 'Jim' Drew
64 United Way's 47th annual golf tournament at Chippanee filling up fast; here's how to take part
65 Legalization of marijuana has some area police concerned it could lead to uptick in DUI offenses
66 HEALTHY LIVING: Fish tacos with mango salsa a healthy summer treat
67 Health Department recommends three counties, including Hartford, mask up again
68 Barnes Group: Q2 Earnings Snapshot
69 Tips on how to prepare for Tropical Storm Elsa
70 Ellen Zoppo-Sassu makes it official: she's running for a third term as mayor of Bristol
71 CCSU trio make preseason football all-NEC
72 Peabody West Little League Celebrates State Title
73 Local All-Stars Advance to Little League World Series Regional Tournament
74 Introducing The Day Holiday Classic (featuring UConn commit Donovan Clingan
75 Memorial Boulevard:The park's commemorative side
76 Connecticut launches 'one stop shop' elder justice hotline
77 FROM THE PUBLISHER | On the Big 12, let's start with the truth
78 UniteCT's mobile van to make stop in Bristol to address concerns with rental challenges in wake of pandemic
79 UPDATE: Connecticut lawmakers vote to extend Lamont's covid powers
80 Speaker: Not enough support to override veto of prison bill
81 Food box donation slated for Thursday in Bristol
82 Vestal eliminated in semifinal round of New York's 12U Little League Championships
83 Storm Damage Tuesday, July 6, 2021
84 Ammonia leak that caused shelter in place order in Southington still under investigation
85 Linda D. Gagnon
86 Connecticut setting up electric car charging infrastructure
87 Bristol teen sentenced to 42 months in prison in fatal beating that left victim braindead
88 Bristol receives nearly $5 million for City Hall parking structure, downtown development
89 Connecticut health inspector accused of groping waitress
90 Registered sex offender pleads not guilty to oral sex accusation involving 15-year-old autistic boy
91 Edward George Pronovost
92 Here's where you can get a coronavirus vaccine in area
93 HEALTHY LIVING: Concern surrounding new COVID-19 Delta variant
94 Peabody Little Leaguers To Play On ESPN In Regionals: Patch PM
95 Bristol Central three-star athlete Victor Rosa commits to UConn football, hopes to be ‘hometown hero’ that turns program around
96 Court overturns order in gun permit fingerprinting case
97 ESPN employees included in decision by Walt Disney Co. to mandate covid-19 vaccine
98 Stephen A. is confident Team USA will beat France and win gold | KJZ
99 Search for missing swimmers from Plainville now a recovery effort
100 Good Samaritan killed in crash on I-84 in Southington