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Bristol is primarily known as the home of ESPN, whose central studios are in the city. Bristol was also known as a clock-making city in the 1800s, and is home to the American Clock and Watch Museum. Bristol's nicknames include the Bell City, because of a history manufacturing innovative spring-driven doorbells, and the Mum City because it was once a leader in chrysanthemum production and still holds an annual "Mum Festival. "

Population: 613353
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DCF Safety Plans Draw More Criticism After Rocky Hill Toddler's Injuries

The Department of Children and Families is coming under fire for how they handle safety plans that are meant to protect children at risk. The Department of Children and Families is coming under fire for how they handle safety plans that are meant to protect children at risk.

Northeast in sights of another winter blast of snow, winds

Jim McGrath works to get his vehicle free from a snow bank at a dog park in Wrentham, Mass., Friday, Feb.10, 2017, one day after a snowstorm. Nick Sinon looks for a place to attach his tow-strap to the front of his four wheel drive Jeep as he and Brian Brady try to help a stranded motorist get out of a snowbank in Bristol, Conn., Thursday afternoon, Feb. 9, 2017.

Sound of snowblowers, scrapers replace storm's howling winds

Larry Habermehl shovels his driveway on King Street in Enfield, Conn., Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017. Habermehl said, "I need the exercise and I don't like plows gouging up my lawn."

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HARTFORD: The date has been set and registration is open for The Connecticut Governor's Conference on Tourism [registration link] on May 4th at the Connecticut Convention Center. The confab comes at a time that Connecticut's largest tourism draws, the Foxwoods and the Mohegan Casinos are bracing for significant competition from new casinos, in neighboring Massachusetts and New York.

Dad Arrested After Baby Nearly Drowned, Plainville Police Said

A father whose 3-month-old nearly drowned last month when she was left alone in a bathtub has been arrested, police said. Howard Therriault, 32, of Webster Street was charged with first-degree reckless endangerment and risk of injury to a minor Tuesday, Lt.

New Britain-Based Foundation Offers $750,000 in Scholarships

Students from New Britain, Bristol and 62 other communities are invited to apply for Robert T. Kenney scholarships through the New Britain-based American Savings Foundation. The foundation expects to award more than $750,000 to 400 new and renewing students at various colleges, universities and accredited vocational/technical schools.

Proposed Bill to Raise Fines for Distracted Drivers Using Cell Phones

State Representative, Whit Betts, wants fines to increase to $500 for a driver's first offense, as opposed to $150 State Representative Whit Betts said he will suggest to the Transportation Committee after receiving complaints about the issue from his constituents. "For the constituents who are calling me and saying, 'please do something about this' because people are going through stop signs and not paying attention what's going on," Betts said.

Bristol police on the hunt for man who robbed Liberty Bank

Bristol police are on the hunt for the man who robbed the Liberty Bank on Farmington Avenue at around 2:15 p.m. on Monday afternoon. According to police, the suspect took cash from the teller, walked out and drove away in a Dodge pickup truck.

Lawmakers Discuss Raising Fines For Distracted Driving

Prompted by complaints about drivers continuing to text or make calls on Connecticut roads, lawmakers are considering bills that would raise fines for distracted driving. State law currently sets a fine of $150 for driving while distracted - whether by using a cell phone, texting or for other reasons - for first-time offenders.

Cockayne Running For Re-Election in Bristol

Cockayne, 48, said he wants to continue working on downtown redevelopment, particularly the Centre Square project, as well as the reclamation of the Memorial Boulevard School. "As I look around the city, I see that much progress has been made but I also see much more potential for our future," Cockayne said in his announcement.

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