Category: News

City’s CERT to meet

On Wednesday Feb 20 at 6:30 p.m., the Bristol CERT (Community Emergency Response Response Team) group will be holding its monthly meeting at the Bristol main library located at 5 High Street. CERT is a trained volunteer organization, locally based…

Museum seeks to honor those who contributed to arts, culture, entertainment

By KAITLYN NAPLES STAFF WRITER Every year, The New England Carousel Museum recognizes individuals and organizations for their contributions to the arts, culture and entertainment, ACE, community in Bristol with the annual ACE Awards. Nominations are due next week, and…

Bristol Central ‘powers’ its way into renovations for school auditorium

By KAITLYN NAPLES STAFF WRITER For one month, between November and December, students and staff at Bristol Central High School, and community members, were actively voting for the school to win The Clorox Company’s “Power a Bright Future” contest. The…

Police blotter for Jan. 25

Bristol police reported the following incidents: •Christopher J. Capolupo, 18, of 71 Davis Dr., Bristol was arrested on Jan. 12 and charged with third degree criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, and threatening. •Alea J. Cote, 26, of 219 Divinity St., Bristol…

Governor issues warning about severe cold

Gov. Dannel Malloy issued the following statement about the frigid temperatures tonight. (HARTFORD, CT) – With bitter winter cold temperatures expected over the next several days, Governor Dannel P. Malloy today directed the Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security…

Bonding for Bristol Housing Authority, Bristol TEC on commission’s table

State Representative Christopher Wright (D-Bristol) and State Representative Frank Nicastro (D-Bristol) announced in a press release that the State Bond Commission is expected to approve $5,346,000 for the Bristol Housing Authority and $190,000 for the Bristol Technical Educational Center. The…

Central’s Got Talent!

Bristol Central High School students performed an evening of talent on Saturday, January 19th.  Singers, dancer, instrumentalists, and even a human beat box were a part of the evening.  Photos by:  Tammi Naudus              …

Police blotter for Jan. 19

The Bristol Police Department reported the following arrests: •Christopher J. Strong, 39, no address provided, was arrested on Jan. 6 and charged with second degree breach of peace. •Tomasz Kossakowski, 34, of 503 Emmett St., Apt. no. 23, Bristol was…

For sale, four schools

By KAITLYN NAPLES STAFF WRITER All four vacant school buildings s are on the market, for sale or lease, as of last week’s council meeting. While the former Memorial Boulevard Middle School building has been on the market for a…