Farmers to Families Continues Aug 7

The Mayor’s Office and the United Way will be sponsoring a third Farmers to Families Produce Distribution program for this…

Despite COVID-19′s economic hit, Bristol is Thriving

A crisis reveals as much as it devastates. Retailers that were struggling before the coronavirus outbreak are now crumbling. Not…

87 Acres of Wetlands Goes Up For Sale on Farmington/Bristol Line

87 acres of wetlands in Farmington and abutting land in Bristol went on the market last week. The land sits…

Black Lives Matter movement exists beyond the sign in your front lawn

When the last of the Black Lives Matter signs scattered across lawns are finally laid to rest, Americans should celebrate,…

Bristol Receives a Grant to Purchase Life-Saving Devices

The Bristol Public Library and the Bristol Senior Center were the recent recipients of Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) funded by…

Bristol to Celebrate National Farmers Market Week August 2-8

The Bristol Farmers Market joins markets across the country in celebrating National Farmers Market Week from August 2-8, 2020. In…

Check Out These Central CT Tastylicious Caterers

Central Connecticut is the home to posh weddings, giant corporate events, and fun parties for virtually no reason at all….

Roller Skating Rinks in Connecticut — Yes, They Still Are Around!

Part of the New England region of the United States, Connecticut is one of the smallest states in the entire…

15 creepy and crazy Connecticut Legends

A compilation of some of Connecticut’s creepiest — or craziest — hauntings, urban legends and destinations. Read on if you…