Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Bristol Health CEO tests positive for COVID-19

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Bristol Health President & CEO, Kurt Barwis tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, March 30. “After experiencing some normal cold symptoms on Friday evening, and...

Southington police blotter for the April 3 edition

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The Southington Police Department announced the following arrests and citations from Wednesday, March 18 to Thursday, March 26: Wednesday, March 18 Pasquale Demichele, 30, of...

Observer to close due to virus

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To our readers, Due to the COVID-19 virus and the executive orders from the President and the Governor, we will not be printing the weekly...

FEMA approves major disaster relief for Connecticut

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Gov. Ned Lamont announced on Sunday, March 29, that he has been notified by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that his request for...

Editorial: The best and the worst of us

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It’s hard to believe that this is the third edition since coronavirus stories first began to appear in the pages of the Southington Observer....
Local students are settling in for home schooling. A St. Paul Catholic student, above, has her tablet on her kitchen table to continue lessons at her school.

Learning continues during virus outbreak

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As schools around the state have closed due to COVID-19, St  Paul Catholic High School is making sure their students are still getting an...

Fortier announces bid for 31st senate district

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Councilwoman Mary Fortier has announced her candidacy for the 31st State Senate District which includes Bristol, Plainville, Plymouth, Thomaston, and part of Harwinton. Her...

‘Stay Safe, Stay Home’…or get off the beaten path

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Gov. Ned Lamont has urged all Connecticut residents to “Stay Safe, Stay Home” to help minimize community spread of COVID-19. The state parks and...

Food distribution points for children: Schools offer take-out for home schoolers

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Beginning Wednesday, March 25, children age 18 and under who live in Bristol, and are interested in picking up food will have several options...

Bristol restaurants try to stay open as rules change

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With Gov. Ned Lamont having signed an executive order limiting restaurants to non-alcoholic beverages and take-out/delivery services only, Bristol restaurants are being forced to...

State offers loan guidance during COVID-19 outbreak

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Facing uncertain financial markets during a quickly-slowing economy, banking commissioner Jorge Perez issued guidance to Connecticut state-charted financial institutions on ways to provide relief...

State police employees test positive for COVID-19

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As of Wednesday, March 25, the Connecticut State Police report four confirmed cases of COVID-19 among their employees, including troopers from Troop G in...

Bristol police blotter for the March 27 edition

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The Bristol Police Department announced the following arrests and citations from Monday, March 16 to Friday, March 20: Gilles J. Brochu, 72, of...

Plainville police blotter for the March 27 edition

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The Plainville Police Department announced the following arrests and citations from Tuesday, March 10 to Friday, March 20: Arthur M. Esposito, 51, of...

Southington police blotter for the March 27 edition

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The Southington Police Department announced the following incidents from Thursday, March 5 to Sunday, March 15: Thursday, March 5 Devin Bradley Aberger, 18, of 16...

Bristol fire report for the March 27 edition

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The Bristol Fire Department announced the following incidents from Saturday, Feb. 21 to Tuesday, March 10: Saturday, Feb. 21 830 Middle St., lock-out 44...

Bristol City Hall worker tests positive for COVID-19

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Mayor Ellen Zoppo-Sassu announced that the City of Bristol received notice this afternoon that we have the first Bristol resident diagnosed with a positive...

State offers guidance about loans during virus outbreak

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Facing uncertain financial markets during a quickly-slowing economy, banking commissioner Jorge Perez issued guidance to Connecticut state-charted financial institutions on ways to provide relief...

Lamont orders non-essential employees to stay home to stop spread of virus

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HARTFORD – Gov. Ned Lamont is ordering all but essential businesses to close for a month Monday to combat the spreading coronavirus disease that...

Bristol Health employee tests positive for coronavirus

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Bristol Health has just identified a Bristol Health employee who has tested positive for COVID-19. They are not releasing the employee’s information, but the...