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    • Man sentenced to 120 days in prison after fish cut in half

      Updated 3:11 am, Wednesday, July 26, 2017 BRISTOL, Conn. - A Connecticut man has been sentenced to 120 days in prison after police say he cut a pet fish in half during a domestic dispute.

    • Boulder Dash at Lake Compounce amusement park in Bristol has won the...

      Boulder Dash at Lake Compounce amusement park in Bristol has won the Golden Ticket award for best wooden coaster the last four years. Ride enthusiasts beat a path each summer to ride the world's best wooden coaster in one of the most unlikely of places: a small amusement park located halfway between New York City and Boston that bills itself as the oldest continuously operating amusement park in the United States.

    • July 23: Little League softball

      Majors Eastern Regionals District 19 champion Monroe-Woodbury stayed alive in the double-elimination event with a 6-1 win over Cranston National on Sunday in Bristol, Conn. Brianna Roberts tossed a two-hitter, giving up one run in the first inning.

    • Post Card Collectors Stage 32nd Annual Show In Bristol

      The 32nd annual Post Card Show will be held July 23 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Bristol Historical Society. The show was originally put on a the Terry Homestead, but is now at the museum at 98 Summer St. Tom Dickau, past president of the Bristol Historical Society, is the coordinator.

    • Ed Orgeron on ESPN: QB Danny Etling '90 percent' healthy; Arden Key 'ahead of schedule'

      Ed Orgeron revealed Wednesday that LSU quarterback Danny Etling is "about 90 percent" healthy and that edge rusher Arden Key is "ahead of schedule" in his rehabilitation from shoulder surgery. Orgeron spent seven hours Wednesday at ESPN studios in Bristol, Connecticut, making interview stops at 11 sets and expounding on two of the more talked-about issues of LSU Here you can find useful examples and description about searching the news archive.

    • Biddeford Little League softball heading to regionals

      Biddeford Little League softball heading to regionals Biddeford will play in the East Regionals in Bristol, Connecticut Copy Link Copy {copyShortcut} to copy Link copied! Updated: 7:06 PM EDT Jul 19, 2017 Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT THE BIDDEFORD 11 AND 12-YEAR-OLDLITTLE LEAGUE SOFTBALL TEAM WILLCOMPETE IN THE EAST REGIONALSTARTING ON SATURDAY IN BRISTOLCONNECTICUT.FOR Here you can find useful examples and description about searching the news archive. Read it carefully to get the best results.

    • Orgeron Heads To ESPN For "Car Wash" Wednesday

      BATON ROUGE LSU head football coach Ed Orgeron will travel to Bristol, Connecticut and spend Wednesday on ESPN's campus for the "Car Wash". Orgeron will participate in nearly 25 interviews during his trip to the Worldwide Leader in Sports.

    • 1897 clock auctioned

      A clock manufactured in Bristol, Conn., in 1897 by the E. Ingraham Co. that sold at that time for $3 was purchased by Judie and Tony Phillippi at the recent Smithfield High School Alumni dinner for $150.

    • Victim Of Fake-Bomb Plot Recounts Terrifying Fear, Emotional Toll For Sentencing Judge

      Matthew Yussman of Bristol was the victim of a home invasion on February 23, 2015, and was wrongly accused of being the inside guy to a failed bank robbery of the Credit Union he works for. Yussman and his mother Valerie were held against their will in the home they share in Bristol, a fake bomb was taped to his chest then he was sent to work while the bank robbers told him they also put a bomb under his mother's bed to enforce their plan.

    • Bristol Police: Man Breaks Into Home, Attacks Two Occupants

      A New Britain man was arrested after he barged into a Bristol home, pushed one occupant and cut another, police said. Officers caught up with Ryan Nash of Alexander Street and charged him with first-degree burglary, second-degree assault and second-degree breach of peace.

    • Car hits 2 out looking for dog, which was run over earlier

      Mom-of-five, 35, is killed in front of her son, 16, after they were both hit by a car as they tended to their dog who had been fatally run over by another vehicle moments earlier Mildred Garcia, 35, of Pomfret, Connecticut, was fatally struck by a car on the evening of July 4 near her home A car hit a woman and her 16-year-old son out looking for their missing dog, which was struck by a different car. The woman was killed and her son was seriously injured in the tragic accident in Connecticut.

    • Fans pay tribute to Adam West, Batmobile at LI's Eternal Con

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    • Two Big Shows Of Fireworks Celebrate Independence Day

      New Britain's famous "Great American Boom" is on for Tuesday evening, and Lake Compounce in Bristol gets into the Independence Day spirit even sooner with a fireworks display Saturday night.

    • Police Probing Resident's Death In Bristol Group Home

      Joseph King, 29, who died at the Vinfen group home, 35 Yale St., Bristol, on June 15. Bristol police are investigating the death. Joseph King, 29, who died at the Vinfen group home, 35 Yale St., Bristol, on June 15. Bristol police are investigating the death.


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