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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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Bristol News
Aaron Hernandez heartbroken fiancee seen for first time

EXCLUSIVE: Heartbroken fiancee of Aaron Hernandez is seen with their four-year-old daughter for the first time since he committed suicide as she leaves her mother's Connecticut home Tired and drawn, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez was seen leaving her mother's Connecticut home for the first time since Hernandez committed suicide They became engaged in October 2012, while she was pregnant, and she took his last name following his murder conviction three years later Aaron Hernandez's fiancee and their daughter were pictured for the first time today since the convicted murderer's suicide, after it emerged he had been planning his death for weeks.

Bristol police trying to identify park fight participants

Bristol police are asking the public for help in identifying the people involved in a large fight at Rockwell State Park Monday evening. Just before 6:45 p.m., Bristol officers say a large fight erupted at Rockwell Park near Jacobs Street.

Her husband was dying of liver failure - then they discovered she was a match

If you are heading to a music festival, here are 5 great things to throw into your bag. Keri Lumm reports.

Aaron Hernandez Murder Trial Ends Fifth Day Without Jury Verdict

The jury in the double-murder trial of former Patriots star Aaron Hernandez has completed its fifth day of deliberations without reaching a verdict.

Carousel Museum Invites CT's Wee Princesses To Tea

New England Carousel Museum is now hosting princess teas in at the Bushnell Park Carousel and the museum in Bristol, featuring magic shows, story time, tea time treats and activities fit for royalty. Read story here .

Top NFL prospect Myles Garrett goes on one ESPN show to talk about boycotting another ESPN show

Myles Garrett, who's expected to be the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft later this month, did the whole carwash thing on Monday at ESPN HQ in Bristol, Conn.

Connecticut officer faces drunk driving charge

Prosecutors say a Connecticut police officer had a blood-alcohol content nearly three times the legal limit to drive when she was involved in a crash earlier this month. The Republican-American reports that Plymouth Officer Kimberly Parrott was allowed to remain free on $500 bond after a court hearing Monday on a drunken driving charge.

MicroCare Opens Manufacturing Facility in Connecticut

Alderman Daniel Salerno; Alderman Don Naples; Tim Stewart, Chamber of Commerce President; Mayor Erin Stewart; MicroCare senior vice president, Jay Tourigny; MicroCare vice president, Heather Gombos; and Alderman Tremell Collins are surrounded by MicroCare managers, employees and staff. MicroCare Corp., a leading supplier of environmentally progressive cleaning technologies, officially opens its newest manufacturing facility on Production Court in New Britain, Connecticut.

1 dead, 2 seriously injured from crash on Route 9 in New Britain

One person has died, and two others have been seriously injured after a wrong-way crash on Route 9 in New Britain late Sunday night. According to Connecticut State Police , the crash occurred about one tenth of a mile past Exit 25 on Route 9 just before 11:30 p.m. Troopers believe a car being driven southbound by 62-year-old Nicholas Formica, of Bristol , crossed over the center median and collided with another car travelling northbound.

Bristol police search for armed robbery suspects

Police say the suspects robbed two victims just before midnight near a home on Prospect Street. Officials say one victim was taken to the hospital with minor injuries and the other was not hurt.

Bristol road construction starts Monday

Starting Monday, Munchausen Avenue and Bartholomew Street in Bristol will undergo four weeks of construction to upgrade the roadways as the city begins the final stages of it's Capital Improvement Project. Paint marks will appear on the roadway indicating location of existing public utilities within the project area.

Roadwork construction to begin in Bristol

Some folks who live in Bristol will have to deal with a little construction over the next few weeks. Work, including upgrading drainage, replacing sanitary sewers, and reconstructing roadway surfaces is set to begin on roadways on Munchausen Avenue and Bartholomew Street.

Bristol students spend exchange week in France

For 19 students from Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern high schools who spent a week in France recently it was a unique experience in learning about cultural differences - and similarities. Ashley Watson , a BCHS sophomore, said she quickly became great friends with Amandine, the French teenager who stayed with her family in Bristol last year.

Willimantic's venerable daily sold to central Connecticut publisher

The Willimantic Chronicle, owned by the same family for 140 years, is being sold to Central Connecticut Communications, owners of the The New Britain Herald and The Bristol Press, both publishing companies announced Tuesday. Chronicle President and Publisher Patrice Crosbie delivered the news to the The Chronicle's staff Tuesday afternoon, indicating the "preliminary agreement" to sell the paper will become final May 1. Michael Schroeder, editor and publisher of the Press and Herald, announced the deal to the staffs of both of those papers Tuesday.

Bristol Schools Consider Recommendation for Non-Renewal Contracts

The news of potentially dozens of teacher positions cut has Bristol parents concerned about what it could mean for their child's future. "It's a lot.

Clinic makes teddy bear boo-boos go bye-bye

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: In a March 11, 2017, photo, Antonio Ruiz plays with his giant bear Teddy during the Imagine Nation Museum Early Learning Center's Teddy Bear Clinic held in Bristol, Conn. BRISTOL - The Imagine Nation Children's Museum in March was filled with children eager to get a checkup for their favorite stuffed animal or doll.

2 people arrested after robbery, assault in Bristol

Police say at approximately 8:00 p.m., a 28-year-old man fled to a residence on Moody Street after he was robbed at Page Park. The homeowner called the police and several officers responded.

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