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news from saturday, may 01 2021 to sunday, may 16 2021

• sunday, may 16, 2021
 • Residents protest gas price increases at Saturday rally.   (35) Press
 • Bristol Accelerates ‘Wow Factor’ Bridge Reconstruct in Time for Memorial Blvd Centennial Celebrations  (19) Bristol Round
 • Bristol Eastern softball bounces back off tough loss with mercy-ruled win at Platt  (3) TBE
 • Bristol Central softball wins fourth straight game, sinking Maloney on Friday  (2) TBE

• saturday, may 15, 2021
 • Bristol police blotter  (40) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (34) Press
 • Some area restaurants, hospitals keeping mask mandates in place despite Lamont saying vaccinated individuals can go without  (30) Press
 • Plymouth police investigating vandalism at local airport  (23) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (18) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (11) Press
 • Bristol Hospital sees slight increase in coronavirus patients  (5) Press
 • Bristol mayor encouraging residents to get covid vaccine  (2) Press
 • Coronavirus case updates for Bristol, Plymouth, Plainville, Southington  (1) Press
 • Day of Caring has about 200 volunteers across 19 local sites working to better the community  (1) Press
 • Roundup: Bristol Central girls hang on for win  (1) Press
 • St. Paul's bats help lift Falcons to win  (1) Press
 • Bristol continues Covid vaccination opportunities  (0) TBE

• friday, may 14, 2021
 • Bristol drops to 'Orange Alert' status for covid cases; Plymouth remains 'red,' while Plainville, Southington drop to 'orange'  (26) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Recalling a reunion of local Iwo Jima veterans  (17) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (14) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Big Max  (9) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (8) Press
 • Bristol Tax Collector to place liens on unpaid real estate taxes as of June 1st  (8) TBE
 • About 50 protestors show support for term limits ahead of public hearing on issue  (8) Press
 • Bristol Hospital reports death associated with covid-19  (8) Press
 • Bristol Democratic Town Committee announces city council, treasurer candidates for second district  (7) Press
 • Bristol holding citywide game of 'Art & Seek' this month  (5) Press
 • Bristol Public Schools’ Music Education Program receives national recognition for fifth year in a row  (5) TBE
 • Bristol, Berlin police partner with Covanta to collect unused medications  (4) Press
 • American Legion Post 209's annual Fishing Derby set for Sunday   (4) Press
 • Roundup: Bristol Eastern baseball comes back late in win  (4) Press
 • Lamont: 'Basic agreement' reached with nursing homes, union   (3) Press
 • Central CT Chambers of Commerce will hold its annual meeting virtually  (3) Press
 • Bristol establishes task force to address the American Rescue Plan funds  (3) TBE

• thursday, may 13, 2021
 • Bristol man who ditched loaded gun in city pleads guilty to federal charge  (37) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (36) Press
 • Area Republican legislators leading rally to protest proposed gas, food tax increases  (21) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (16) Press
 • Virtual Drinks & Drag event to raise money for Bristol Hospital Emergency Center project  (15) Press
 • Mum Festival returns in September  (11) Press
 • Boys & Girls Club of Bristol's Youth of the Year named State Youth of the Year  (10) Press
 • Despite spike in price, potential gas shortage nationally, area gas stations fully stocked, drivers have no issue filling up  (10) Press
 • Zoppo-Sassu creates task force to determine where $28 million from American Rescue Plan will go toward in Bristol  (9) Press
 • New leadership turning Bristol lacrosse around  (8) Press
 • Berlin bats explode in five-inning win over Bristol Eastern  (7) Press
 • School districts planning vaccine clinics for eligible kids  (5) Press
 • Roundup: St. Paul softball falls, baseball rolls  (3) Press
 • Hartford HealthCare to offer coronavirus vaccine to children 12-15  (2) Press
 • Few new coronavirus cases across area, but New Britain and Plainville both have resident die from virus  (2) Press
 • Bristol Hospital coronavirus numbers go unchanged  (2) Press

• wednesday, may 12, 2021
 • Bristol police blotter  (32) Press
 • Charges dropped against former Plainville High School student accused of damaging school building  (24) Press
 • Developers accelerate revival of Bristol’s Centre Square with plans for offices, apartments, retail  (21) Other
 • Bristol Hospital sees another slight increase in covid-19 patients  (7) Press
 • Bristol chamber president wants state to create marketing campaign for manufacturing jobs  (6) Press
 • Plymouth American Legion holding motorcycle ride, dinner event for Armed Forces Day  (5) Press
 • Coronavirus case number updates for Bristol, Plymouth, Plainville, Southington  (3) Press
 • UBI Federal Credit Union offers a number of services, membership options  (3) Press
 • Roundup: Bristol Central boys blow out Maloney in meet win  (2) Press
 • Bristol lacrosse starts hot, falls off against Wethersfield  (1) Press
 • State has administered at least one dose of covid vaccine to 71% of eligible population  (1) Press

• tuesday, may 11, 2021
 • Bristol woman accused of driving under influence of narcotics with three children in car  (52) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (31) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (17) Press
 • Republican Town Committee Chair to lead protest in favor of keeping term limits  (14) Press
 • Berlin man pleads guilty in New Britain, Plainville robberies  (13) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (12) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: After covid, it's definitely OK not to be OK  (6) Press
 • Report finds failures at Conn. nursing homes as strikes loom  (5) Press
 • Bristol schools receives grant to assist families dealing with childhood anxiety, social emotional concerns  (4) Press
 • Bristol Hospital sees slight increase in coronavirus patients over weekend  (3) Press
 • United Way seeking additional volunteers for Day of Caring  (2) Press
 • Local family praises Ivy Drive School staff's commitment to virtual learning students  (2) Press
 • Roundup: Bristol Eastern softball, Newington volleyball roll to victories  (2) Press
 • St. Paul's Downes, Berlin's Lindsay compete in local U.S. Open qualifier  (1) Press
 • Bristol reports 136th coronavirus-associated death, has 19 new cases; plus area covid updates  (1) Press
 • Average gas price in state goes over $3 for first time in two years; several area stations under $2.90  (0) Press
 • St. Paul's Downes, Berlin's Lindsay compete in local U.S. Open qualifier  (0) Press

• monday, may 10, 2021
 • PRIME TIME: A press photographer who rolled up his sleeves - and his pant legs, too  (24) Press
 • One year ago the state had 1,385 covid hospitalizations; today that number stands at 309; plus covid case updates  (20) Press
 • Lake celebrates 175th–and more local politics  (15) TBE
 • TBE Sports Sunday: Clingan contines to earn praise; Tri-State Baseball campaign to commence on May 23  (11) TBE
 • Mothers enjoy their day out instead of home this year  (9) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Four questions seniors ask about planning for long-term care  (6) Press

• sunday, may 09, 2021
 • City requests public’s feedback on feasibility study for city-owned fiber-optic network  (22) Press
 • After a tough Thursday against rival BE, Bristol Central baseball and softball teams claim victories on Friday  (11) TBE
 • Barnes Nature Center offers birdwatching walks to catch glimpses of migratory birds   (7) Press
 • Roundup: Berlin softball rolls in shutout, St. Paul golf takes win  (2) Press

• saturday, may 08, 2021
 • Woman who prosecutors say drove under influence of PCP with children in car sentenced  (35) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (27) Press
 • Bristol hires first Arts and Culture Supervisor  (26) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball takes down Bristol Central in tightly contested game at Muzzy Field  (12) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (12) Press
 • United Way to honor Bristol, Plainville, Burlington Senior Citizens Centers  (3) Press
 • Bristol Hospital celebrates nurses with special dinner event  (2) Press
 • Bristol Central alumni Hildebrand tabbed for all-CACC  (2) Press
 • Bristol Hospital still treating one patient with covid-19  (1) Press

• friday, may 07, 2021
 • Bristol police blotter  (34) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Goddess of wisdom returning home  (31) Press
 • PET OF THE WEEK: Marmalade  (16) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (13) Press
 • Bill that changes how inmates are counted clears Senate  (10) Press
 • Plymouth Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Bristol Health providing free, drive-thru vaccine clinic  (8) Press
 • Connecticut regulators propose $30 million fine for Eversource  (8) Press
 • Roundup: Bristol Eastern, Central softball goes down to the wire in extras  (5) Press
 • Roundup: Area golf teams compete in rainy conditions  (5) Press
 • Bristol Schools receive 'Best Communities for Music Education' designation   (5) Press
 • Covid-19 vaccine clinic this Saturday at Wheeler's Plainville location  (4) Press
 • Bristol, Plymouth, Southington, Plainville all remain in 'Red Alert' status for coronavirus cases  (2) Press
 • Bristol Hospital treating one coronavirus patient  (2) Press

• thursday, may 06, 2021
 • Bristol police blotter  (42) Press
 • Bristol Auto Club's first cruise night since pandemic has huge turnout  (36) Press
 • Holiday ornament honoring 100th anniversary of Memorial Boulevard now available; city sets date for celebration  (24) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Madlyn Wasley truly inspired one of her Mariners  (19) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (17) Press
 • High court mulls if women-only areas at gyms discriminate  (7) Press
 • Latest coronavirus case numbers for Bristol, Plymouth, Plainville, Southington, state  (6) Press
 • House votes to grant all adoptees access to birth records  (6) Press
 • Bristol Hospital treating no coronavirus patients  (4) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys tennis growing together in challenging season  (2) Press

• wednesday, may 05, 2021
 • Bristol police blotter  (39) Press
 • Petit Family Foundation holding Four O' Clocks flower sale  (20) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (15) Press
 • St. Stanislaus church seeking community support for sock collection   (8) Press
 • Bristol Central offense gaining consistency after eight games  (8) Press
 • ESPN's vaccination site will go on Wednesday despite possibility of strong rains, thunder  (7) Press
 • Connecticut is first in country to fully vaccinated more than 50% of eligible residents  (6) Press
 • Roundup: Bristol Central boys track falls short  (4) Press
 • Bristol Hospital down to one covid-19 patient  (4) Press
 • Coronavirus case updates for Bristol, Plymouth, Southington, Plainville  (4) Press
 • Bristol continues to reach out to community with popup vaccination clinics  (2) Press
 • Bristol Eastern boys tennis gets past shorthanded Rocky Hill in six-match contest  (1) Press

• tuesday, may 04, 2021
 • After being forced to move out of old spot, Big Steve's Grill has found new location  (62) Press
 • Bristol police blotter  (40) Press
 • Drivers could start paying $3 a gallon at pump; plus area's lowest prices  (22) Press
 • Southington police blotter  (17) Press
 • Little League World Series to change format for 2021  (17) Press
 • Plainville police blotter  (16) Press
 • Bristol has two residents die from coronavirus-associated illness; plus area case updates  (13) Press
 • Bristol holding additional pop-up vaccine clinics Tuesday, Thursday  (11) Press
 • HEALTHY LIVING: What you need to know about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine   (7) Press
 • PODCAST: Talking Buddy the Beefalo with Plymouth police captain  (3) Press
 • Bristol Central softball topples Tolland behind Scarretto's pitching, home run  (3) Press
 • Roundup: Bristol Central girls lacrosse takes down Enfield  (1) Press
 • Imagine Nation's virtual 'From the Vine' fundraiser deemed a big success   (0) Press

• monday, may 03, 2021
 • Teen Suffers Head Injury in Moped Crash in Bristol: Police  (68) NBC30
 • Madlyn Wasley helped make Bristol a better place to live  (20) Press
 • Gaudet finding his stride after waiting a year to begin tenure as Bristol Eastern baseball coach  (17) Press
 • Terryville resident emerges triumphant at road race over the weekend   (15) Press
 • MAYOR'S COLUMN: Hope springing eternal  (10) Press
 • SENIOR SIGNALS: Make your gifts NOW, before estate and gift tax laws change  (10) Press
 • Volunteers plant tree in Bristol to honor WWI veteran  (4) Press
 • Benefits of having a chamber focused solely on Plainville  (3) Press

• sunday, may 02, 2021
 • Suspect in Bristol shooting found at New Britain motel  (50) Press
 • DAR plants memorial tree to fill void on boulevard  (19) TBE
 • Pine Lake group preps for fishing derby next week  (10) TBE
 • Diversity begins at home, so to speak, says diversity council volunteer  (6) TBE
 • Little League holds opening ceremonies  (5) TBE

• saturday, may 01, 2021
 • Waterbury teen allegedly sent Uber to pick up underage girl in Bristol for sex  (33) Press
 • Bristol evaluating feasibility of city-owned fiber-optic network; want input from residents  (18) Press
 • Bristol has nearly 20 new coronavirus cases, plus area case updates; state drops below 400 in hospitalizations  (11) Press
 • 'I felt so loved by the community and the staff': Bristol Boys & Girls Club names 2021 youth of the year  (10) Press
 • First death in six weeks associated with covid-19 reported at Bristol Hospital  (8) Press
 • Museums sign on to plan letting kids in free this summer  (5) Press
 • Bristol Eastern baseball comes up short against Maloney  (4) Press
 • Wheeler celebrating National Foster Care Month by offering virtual classes to prospective foster parents  (4) Press
 • BRISTOL BITS: Recalling the Nortons of Lake Compounce fame  (3) Press
 • Connecticut Breast Health Initiative celebrating breast cancer survivors during live event in New Britain  (2) Press
 • Roundup: Bristol Central baseball throws combined no-hitter in win over Platt  (2) Press
 • Wheeler holding coronavirus vaccine clinic open to general public at Plainville location  (0) Press

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 • TBE Sports Sunday: Bristol boys lacrosse team off to impressive 4-2 start  (2) TBE  , New Posted
 • TBE Sports Sunday: BE girls tennis gets a much needed victory last week in 4-3 win over Lewis Mills  (0) TBE  , New Posted
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 • State accepting applications for emergency rental assistance  (0) Press  , New Posted
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