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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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How Lindsay Czarniak got past her surprising ESPN split

When Lindsay Czarniak left ESPN over the summer after six years with the network, the "SportsCenter" personality realized embracing the unknown was a blessing in disguise. "It actually is the best thing that has ever happened to me," the mom of two told the Washington Post .

'Racial Fliers' Now Found In Bristol And Southington

The complaints were made by residents in the Mount Vernon Road area of Southington on Saturday.

Bristol: Delays Possible As Road Repaving Begins

The roads scheduled for work include Old Turnpike Road, Edgewood Street, Foxwood Road, Cottage Street, Abbey Lane, Church Street, Jacobs Street, Cedar Ridge, Steele Road, Lakewood Circle, Norton Street, Amy Lane, Colony Street, Lillian Road, Houghton Street, Rollinson Road, Greene Street, Salladin Road, Woodbine Street, Armand Road, Munchausen Avenue, Bartholomew Street, Brookside Drive, Rathbun Road, Grace Avenue, Harmony Road and Jerome Avenue between Route 6 and Mix Street. Crews will cut off the existing pavement and then replace it.

Bristol man arrested on DUI charges for sixth time

A Bristol man is facing drunk driving charges for a sixth time after a wrong way crash in Plainville. Police said 47-year-old Richard Boughton was driving east in the westbound lanes on Route 72 on Thursday night.

Halloween haunts aplenty these days, from Bristol to East Haven

Why do some folks crave a good, fake thrill while others avoid it like the plague? It has to do with brain chemistry and wiring, experts say - the fight-or-flight response handled by your brain's amygdala area, the frontal lobes, hormones, past trauma, dopamine ... Sara Frias, spokeswoman for Lake Compounce in Bristol, where the 19th annual Haunted Graveyard caters to the scary-is-fun crowd, said officials are introducing guests to the new Voodoo Swamp, "an untamed, weed-choked" wetlands. "It is very different from all other areas of the attraction with creepy and mysterious surprises around every corner," Frias said in an email exchange.

Restraint Death in Bristol Group Home Ruled Homicide

Losing her son was a hard enough. Finding out Joey King died during a restraint at his Bristol group and that his death has been ruled a homicide was more than Lisa King could take.

Russell Library hosting meet the candidates night; Middletown...

The Middletown Republican Town Committee invites the public to two upcoming meet the candidates nights at the Russell Library, 123 Broad St. Republicans running for Middletown Board of Education and Planning & Zoning Commission will be available for questions Thursday in meeting room 3 from 7 to 8 p.m. and Oct. 19 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Hubbard Room. MIDDLETOWN - The Rotary Club of Middletown is sponsoring an event designed to broaden understanding of issues faced by refugees once they've arrived in the United States.

ESPN suspends anchor for breaking social media rules

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Man charged with helping dispose of baby's body

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Man charged with helping dispose of baby's body in reservoir

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Daily Dish: 10/6/2017

A record-breaking museum exhibition dedicated to musician David Bowie is making its final stop at New York's Brooklyn Museum next year. The exhibition, "David Bowie Is," opened at London's Victoria and Albert Museum in 2013.

Struggling family-owned farms continue to disappear

Small family farms have been slowly disappearing for decades and this will likely be the case of Minor's Farm in Bristol. Founded in 1864, the 30-acre parcel on Chippens Hill is operated by Paul C. Minor; his wife, Vicki; and father, Paul J. Minor.

Bristol Makes A Fresh Start Toward Downtown Redevelopment

After a dozen years of delays and false starts, the city broke ground Tuesday morning on what it hopes will be a turnaround project for its downtown. Mayor Ken Cockayne took the controls of a John Deere excavator to rip up the first chunk of the old parking lot at the Bristol Centre Mall site.

Naugatuck police blotter

Marie Paparella, 29, of 609 Mix Ave., Hamden, was charged Sept. 25 with two counts each of second-degree identity theft, credit card theft, illegal use of credit card, receipt of money/goods/services by illegal credit card use and sixth-degree larceny.

Funeral held for NASCAR driver killed in Conn. plane crash

The Hartford Courant reports the funeral for Ted Christopher was held Tuesday at a church in Bristol. A wake Monday night in his hometown of Plainville was attended by 3,500 people.

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Through three weeks, viewership for national telecasts of NFL games is down 11 percent this season compared to 2016. The Nie BRISTOL, Conn.

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