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  • Brush Up on Dental Health with 3 Tooth Tips from Local Hygienist

    10/18/2019 by

    The first line of defense against tooth decay is the Dental Hygienist who tackles the tartar, plaque and trouble spots that can lead to trouble. During National Dental Hygiene Month in October, the skilled Hygienists at Elmwood Dental Group in West Hartford are sharing their top-secret tips and tools to help all patients preserve their… Read more

  • Aging Experts Plan the Future of CT Home Healthcare at Industry Event

    10/18/2019 by

    Top professionals who work with the elderly are turning to the aging experts at Assisted Living Services Inc. (ALS) and Assisted Living Technologies, Inc. (ALT) of Meriden for information about services and technology that help seniors remain at home. As Connecticut’s leading homecare provider, teams from ALS and ALT are sharing their knowledge at the region’s… Read more

  • Candidate Q&A: Cheryl Thibeault City Council, District 3

    10/18/2019 by

    The Roundup has once again sent questionnaires to every local candidate running for public office in this year’s election. In an effort to properly inform voters, their answers are unedited. The goal is to give the candidates the opportunity to offer their thoughts on issues directly to their constitutes. In return, it gives voters the… Read more

  • Turkey Time at Barnes Nature Center

    10/18/2019 by

    Have you ever seen a turkey up close? Do you know what snoods, dewlaps or carbuncles are? Come see and touch some of the turkeys from the farm at Indian Rock Nature Preserve. Learn about these big, beautiful birds and enjoy making turkey crafts! If you go: Sunday, November 24, 2019 12pm-3pm Members:  Free Non-Members:… Read more

  • Bristol Arts & Culture Commission to Unveil “Dear Bristol”

    10/18/2019 by

    On October 27th, Bristol’s Arts & Culture Commission is hosting an unveiling of new traffic box art in downtown Bristol, highlighting memories and historical imagery of the city.  The art, dubbed the “Dear Bristol” Project, features postcards written by longtime Bristol residents highlighting their dear memories of living, working and playing in Bristol. To accompany… Read more

  • Imagine Nation to Host Election Day Workshops

    10/16/2019 by

    Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center, located at One Pleasant Street in Bristol will be open from 9:30am-5pm on Election Day, Tuesday, November 5th. A variety of themed educational workshops will be held throughout the day in the museum studios. All workshops are free with museum admission. No advance registration is required. Election Day… Read more

  • Enough: Stop Speeding

    10/15/2019 by

    Speeding is well known in Burlington. From Rt.4 to Rt 69 and so many small short cut roads, speeders cause multiple accidents that endanger themselves and other drivers. The same applies for so many other towns across Connecticut. Last year Rt. 72 was labeled as a dangerous highway due to speeding. Many people however blame… Read more

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