Category: News

Bristol Leaf Collection

City Hall and the Bristol Transfer Station will be closed on Monday, Oct. 8, in honor of Columbus Day, and there will be no curbside collections on Monday. Rubbish, recycling and yard waste collection will be one day later than…

Wine tasting Saturday night

We received this press release from the American Clock and Watch Museum Wine Tasting — In celebration of its 60th anniversary, The American Clock & Watch Museum invites the public to attend its fourth annual benefit wine and micro-brew tasting…

Police blotter for Sept. 28

Bristol police reported the following arrests: •Nathan A. Casey-Wescott, 19, of 49 Nicholas Dr., Bristol was arrested on Sept. 16 and charged with second degree breach of peace. •Brenda Dejesus-Vazquez, 37, of 78 Sexton St., Apt. No. 3N, New Britain…

Parade winners announced

The following press release was issued this evening about the winners of Sunday’s Mum Festival parade… Mum Parade winners listed   BRISTOL — The winners of float and marching awards from Sunday’s Bristol Mum Festival Parade have been announced.  …

Mum Festival opens

  The annual Mum Festival kicked off in Bristol Friday night with the Crowning of  Miss Mum pageant. Grace Gagnon was selected as Miss Mum for 2012 and her Junior Miss Mum is Victoria Kilbourne. The duo helped Bristol mayor,…

Police blotter for Sept. 21

Bristol police reported the following arrests: •Thyan H. Rust, 27, of 55 Maheu St., Bristol was arrested on Sept. 10 and charged with second degree failure to appear. •Christopher E. Engblom, 41, of 675 Terryville Ave., Bristol was arrested on…

The City of Bristol teams with Get Ready Capitol Region to build resilience

The Bristol Mayor’s Office issued the following press release:   Bristol, CT – September 17, 2012 -September 22, 2012 inBristol is more than a Mum Festival event on the Boulevard. It’s a day to prepare for disasters, particularly for those…

BCO holding wine tasting Oct. 5

Bristol Community Organization (BCO) will host a wine tTasting fund raiser on Friday, Oct. 5 from 6 to 9 p.m at Nuchies Restaurant in the Forestville section ofBristol. BCO is a federally designated anti-poverty agency which serves low income, elderly,…

Roadwork announced by public works

The city Public Works Department issued the following press release… Milling and Resurfacing Project on Route 229 in Bristol The Connecticut Department of Transportation is announcing that a milling and resurfacing project will be performed on Route 229 (King Street)…

Police blotter for Sept. 14

The Bristol Police Department reported the following arrests: •Ivonne Lissette Maldonado, 44, of 19 Landry St., Bristol was arrested on Sept. 4 and charged with distribution of controlled substances less than 1,500 feet from school, and illegal manufacturing, distribution, sale…

Police blotter for Sept. 7

Bristol police reported the following arrests: •Ginamarie Pastore, 42, of 19 Melville St., Bristol was arrested on Aug. 26 and charged with second degree failure to appear. •Charles I. Huntley Jr., 31, of 20 Overlook Ave., Bristol was arrested on…

Movie night at Muzzy on Sept. 7

Just in from the Recreation Department…      The BristolParksand Recreation Department in conjunction with First Bristol Federal Credit Union will be sponsoring their 10th Annual Back To School Movie Night at Muzzy Field on Friday, September 7th.  Show time will…