Statewide News

Discover Burlington With Suzie Larson


The Roundup has put together a special section called Discover Burlington! It highlights the history of Burlington and what it has to offer now. Burlington is situated at the foot of the Berkshires and bordering the Farmington River, Burlington is a scenic hill town, rural in nature, located 20 ...READ MORE

Bristol Man Charged With Murder


One person has been arrested after a double shooting in Hartford that left one teen dead this week. According to officials, police responded to 898 Park Street after receiving a report of two people struck by gunfire. Following an investigation, police developed 24 year-old William Moore of Bristol ...READ MORE

Aaron Hernandez Mother Makes Rare Statement


According to Ellen Killoran with Crime Online, newly released phone records from the early years of Aaron Hernandez’s incarceration show that former New England Patriots player expected to return to the football field after he finished his sentence — and believed he would be found not guilty ...READ MORE

Greater Bristol Gigs


Welcome back to Gigs in Bristol — your source for finding current job openings in Bristol. Whether you are searching for a part-time position or full-time, let Bristol Roundup connect you with your local dream job. Employers, looking to hire a talented millennial? Send us your job postings! ...READ MORE

Connecticut Ranks 16th In Millennial Earnings


If you were born between 1982 and 2000, and you live in Massachusetts, you’re making more money, on average, then people of your generation living elsewhere in the United States.  If you live in Connecticut, there are 15 states where the average salary for millennials is higher. Based on U.S. ...READ MORE

Lamont Announces New Chief of Staff


Governor-elect Ned Lamont announced two personnel appointments for his Administration: Ryan Drajewicz will serve as Chief of Staff in the Office of the Governor, and Melissa McCaw will serve as Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management (OPM). Ryan Drajewicz is the current Executive Director ...READ MORE

Yes! Connecticut Still Has a Surplus in Fiscal 2019


CT News Junkie reports Governor-elect Ned Lamont and the incoming General Assembly still have a two-year, $3.8 billion budget deficit to worry about in the future, but this year’s budget is still on track to end up about $245.7 million in the black, according to state Comptroller Kevin Lembo. In ...READ MORE

‘Tolls Aren’t All Bad, Believe it or Not’


The state Department of Transportation released a study last week evaluating tolling options for the state, and just like that whatever nice, mellow post-election feelings we were having turned back into anger, frustration, and a mounting desire to move somewhere else. Who can really blame us? The ...READ MORE

Roundup Recipes: Shepherd’s Pie, Lightened Up!


  Roundup Recipes is a new weekly look at recipes from our local viewers. The feature will be completely reader submitted. Everyone loves food and Millions take pride in it from a family of one to a large family of craziness. Roundup Recipes will give local people the opportunity to share ...READ MORE