Company Ranks Connecticut Among The Least Patriotic States — Total BS

Expressions of American patriotism come in many forms — from setting off fireworks during Fourth of July and buying American-made goods to paying taxes and serving in the armed forces. But some states are better than others at showing their national pride apparently. To determine where Americans bleed the most red, white and blue, WalletHub … Continue reading Company Ranks Connecticut Among The Least Patriotic States — Total BS

Bristol Joins Nationwide Pledge to Protect Net Neutrality

At the April 10th Council meeting, the City Council voted to support and sign the Net Neutrality Pledge. The action is in response to the FCC’s unpopular 2017 decision to strip internet users of Net Neutrality protections. In addition to this initiative by mayors, a congressional resolution of disapproval has gained hundreds of co-sponsors in … Continue reading Bristol Joins Nationwide Pledge to Protect Net Neutrality

Alan Boardman’s Fake News: MBS Building Committee Breaks Up Due to Creative Differences

Yesterday, the Memorial Boulevard School (MBS) Building Committee announced they are breaking up due to infighting and creative differences. Formed in 2015, the building committee had a meteoric rise as MBSmania gripped the community and residents embraced their work. A series of films were released to capitalize on their popularity: A Hard Day’s MBS and All You Need … Continue reading Alan Boardman’s Fake News: MBS Building Committee Breaks Up Due to Creative Differences

Rep. Pavalock-D’Amato asks residents to take survey

Rep. Pavalock-D’Amato is inviting Bristol residents to take her brief online survey on the issues that are being discussed and will be debated during the 2018 legialtive session. "This is your opportunity to let your voice be heard on the issues that matter most to you and your family." Stated D’Amato. Click here to begin the … Continue reading Rep. Pavalock-D’Amato asks residents to take survey

Betts Works to Boost CT Manufacturing

State Rep. Whit Betts recently voted in favor of two proposals that look to address and support Connecticut manufacturing. “I continue to hear from local manufacturers in Bristol about their increasing need for skilled workers in manufacturing,” said Rep. Betts, a member of the General Assembly’s Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee. “While Bristol Adult Education has made … Continue reading Betts Works to Boost CT Manufacturing