Bristol Roundup

Wheeler: May is National Foster Care Month


May is National Foster Care Month, a time to recognize that individuals, families and communities can each play a part in enhancing the lives of children and youth in foster care. In Connecticut, there are more than 4,000 children in foster care and hundreds more in need of a stable, loving home. ...READ MORE

James Comey is going to war with Donald Trump


CNN — No one — probably not even Donald Trump — expected former FBI Director c’s memoir about his life and times with the President who fired him was going to be a fun read for the man who calls 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue home. But if the early reports of Comey’s ...READ MORE

Bristol Police Investigate Attempted Abduction


A 16 year old female reported that an unknown Hispanic male in his late teens/early 20’s approached her and grabbed her by the arm. The female was able to run away from the male. This occurred at approximately 5:45 to 6 PM on Tuesday in the area of Sycamore and Emmett St. The male had a thin ...READ MORE

Developer Still Pitches New Burlington Center


The five-acre property in the central business district of Burlington next to the Library is still proposed to be the new Burlington center. The proposal was initially offered in May of 2017. The property is on Rt 4 at the intersection of George Washington Turnpike and near Rt. 69 connection. ...READ MORE

Mayor Proclaims National Library Week


Bristol Mayor, Ellen Zoppo-Sassu, issued a proclamation this week In Recognition of National Library Week 2018. National Library Week (April 8- 14, 2018) is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation’s libraries and library workers and to promote library use and support. From free ...READ MORE