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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
Gulati will not seek 4th term as US Soccer president

U.S. Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati will not seek a fourt... NEW YORK - U.S. Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati will not seek a fourth term, announcing his decision two months after the Americans failed to qualify for next year's World Cup. Former national team players Paul Caligiuri, Eric Wynalda and Kyle Martino are among the candidates for the election in February.

Waterbury mosque to host open house on Saturday

In a move to fight what they call a rising tide of Islamaphobia, Muslims in Waterbury are fighting back with understanding and education. On Saturday, they're hosting an Open House at the United Muslim Mosque of Waterbury.

Silver Alert issued for missing teen from Bristol

Officials describe Rodriguez as a white/Hispanic girl with brown hair and brown eyes. They say she stands approximately 5'07" and weighs around 170 pounds.

Police ID body of boy found on top of commuter train car

Police have identified the body of a boy who was found electrocuted on top of a commuter train car in Philadelphia. Authorities say 15-year-old Raekwon Jones, of Philadelphia, was electrocuted overnight Friday while the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority train was at downtown Suburban Station.


A sports doctor who treated elite female gymnasts is returning to a Michigan court for another guilty plea in a sexual assault case. BRISTOL, Conn.

Disney eliminates 150 jobs at ESPN

Walt Disney Co's ESPN unit is laying off about 150 employees, ESPN President John Skipper said in a memo to employees on Wednesday. John Skipper addresses the media in Digital Center 2, a new 194,000 sq.

Community News For The Manchester Edition

Center Congregational Church, 11 Center St., is hosting Jason in Concert: Home for the Holidays, at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3. Jason Castonguay will play pipe organ and piano, as well as sing. Castonuay, 37, has been blind since birth.

Cancelling Muslim speaker sent terrible message

Bristol's Northeast Middle School made national news recently when its plan to have a Muslim woman speak to students as part of a lesson on world religions was scuttled. Made aware of vitriolic -- and some threatening - comments posted to social media and directed at the teacher who invited the speaker, Bristol's superintendent of schools cancelled the planned talk.

Collage Artist's Menagerie On Display At Mandell JCC

A delightful menagerie comes out of Andrew Jeruss' artist studio: dogs, cats, cows, giraffes, birds, butterflies, camels, bison, turtles, elephants, penguins, pigs. He creates them as collages using whimsical colors and patterns.

Ready, set, action! New Ashford siblings look forward to TV debut

Actor and comedian Billy Gardell gathers with New Ashford's Mia Filiault, 10, right, brother Landon, 7, and their grandmother, Dee Micari, of Bristol, Conn. They all were filmed in the Lifetime movie "A Very Merry Toy Store," which debuts Sunday.

Interfaith Clergy Offer Shared Message: Live In Gratitude, Seek Unity

More than 200 people who came together Wednesday night in St. Joseph Church heard Thanksgiving messages told through stories of the Buddha, Jesus Christ and Allah. The city clergy's traditional interfaith service featured speakers representing Catholicism, several Protestant denominations, Judaism, Islam and the B'hai faith.

Westport's Melissa Joan Hart Stars In New Holiday Lifetime Movie

The minute Thanksgiving is over it's time to think Christmas. Which is where the actress -- and Westport resident -- Melissa Joan Hart comes in.

Silver Alert issued for Bristol teen

Officials say she is a white female with black hair and brown eyes. According to authorities, she stands approximately 5'2" and weighs around 180 pounds.

Terrorist Front Group Outraged School Cancelled Muslim Speaker after Parents Complained

It's ironic that the Islamic terrorist front group that bullied U.S. law enforcement agencies into purging counterterrorism training materials is outraged that a public school disinvited a Muslim speaker after parents complained. The bruhaha occurred at Northeast Middle School in Bristol, Connecticut.

Holiday Season Means Charity Fundraisers By Bristol, New Britain Police

New Britain and Bristol police are among the law enforcement agencies in Connecticut holding Tip-a-Cop fundraisers during the holiday season. New Britain and Bristol police are among the law enforcement agencies in Connecticut holding Tip-a-Cop fundraisers during the holiday season.

School cancels Muslim speaker after community backlash

What was intended to be an educational presentation about Islam turned into a controversy when threatening comments prompted school officials to cancel the event. A teacher at Northeast Middle School in Bristol, Connecticut invited a Muslim woman to speak this month to her social studies class about Islam, as part of the school's curriculum covering world religions.

Push on to get more women to run for legislature

There's a big push on to get more women to run for office in next year's legislative elections. Two Democratic State Senators have been named to launch two organizations aimed at finding and training women to run for House and Senate seats.

School cancels Muslim speaker after teacher organising presentation receives threats

A teacher at Northeastern Middle School in Bristol, Connecticut, had invited a local Muslim woman to speak about her faith and sent a note to parents informing them of the event. The letter, which was posted online, introduced the speaker as a New York City native who resided in Connecticut and had founded an organisation devoted to "empowerment of Muslim women".

Muslim Presentation Canceled After Threats Made in Bristol

Bristol middle school teacher started receiving threats after letting parents know a Muslim woman would give a presentation to the class. The teacher at Bristol Northeast Middle School sent a letter home to parents to tell them a young Muslim woman would give a presentation about the Islamic faith to students on Nov. 22. The letter described the speaker as someone who was born and raised in New York City and now lives in Connecticut.

Silver Alert issued for elderly Plainville man

Zysek is described as a white man with grey hair and green eyes. Police say he stands around 5'5" and weighs approximately 130 pounds.

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