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 … Continue reading Imagine Nation Election Day Workshops For Kids
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 … Continue reading Candidate Q&A: Andrew Klimkoski Candidate For Burlington Board of Finance
Hey everyone, I'm doing a local media competition for restaurant idea pitches and could really use all of your guys' help. Essentially I want you guys to tell me about your favorite restaurants. What are your favorite dishes there? What makes them unique? What is the atmosphere like? Is there a theme? How expensive are … Continue reading What is Your Favorite Restaurant?
The Bristol Development Authority is proud to support two manufacturers in the All Heart City who have experienced success doing business in the City of Bristol. Both AMKO Precision Aerospace Machining and LAB Securities Systems Corporation are expanding their footprints in order to grow and increase their capabilities. AMKO LLC, an aerospace manufacturer that relocated … Continue reading Bristol Manufacturers Expand Their Footprints
This Friday, October 11th, U.S. Senator Chris Murphy and Mayor Zoppo-Sassu will host a roundtable discussion on the opioid crisis.Senator Murphy will discuss recent federal funding and efforts that he continues to pursue in the Senate, as well listen to those people affected. “Senator Murphy has been tracking the city’s effort following our receipt of … Continue reading Senator Murphy and Mayor Zoppo-Sassu Team up to Discuss the Opioid Crisis
State Police Troop L say several cars were rummaged through last night in Burlington. The Stagecoach Road area was hit hard Police say. In some cases registration and insurance cards were taken. In Wolcott more than a dozen people found that out the hard way this weekend. Police said 13 people reported that someone had … Continue reading Burlington Hit by Rash of Car Break-Ins
The Bristol Mayor's Task Force on HIV/AIDS would like to thank everyone who helped in any way with the Annual Candlelight Vigil held on October 2, 2019. Saint Joseph's Church was a wonderful alternative to Federal Hill Green when we needed an indoor location because of the EEE virus scare and mosquitoes. Because we were … Continue reading Bristol Mayor’s Task Force on HIV/AIDS Thanks Community
The Emergency Management Department of the City of Bristol, led by Director, Harland (Harley) Graime and the volunteers from the City of Bristol Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) will gather at Veteran’s Memorial Park, 575 Pleasant Valley Road, South Windsor on Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. along with the Community … Continue reading City of Bristol Emergency Response Team to Participate in Preparedness Field Day