Local News for Bristol, Connecticut


Leaf collection dates announced

The City of Bristol has extended its leaf collection dates from Monday, Oct. 28 to Friday, Dec. 13, weather permitting, to assist local residents will Fall leaf cleanup. The expansion also affects residents who subscribe to the “green barrel” yard… Read more → Read the rest of the article on bristolobserver.com READ MORE.

Green Lady Continues to Haunt

The Seventh Day Baptist - Green Lady - Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Burlington that we all know too well. It dates back to the late 18th century and was used as a burial ground for members of the Church. The cemetery is best known by the name of Green Lady Cemetery, due to stories and sightings READ MORE.

Ski Sundown to Host Job Fairs

Come out an application and receive an on-the-spot interview! Ski Sundown has winter employment opportunities for customer-service oriented and enthusiastic people in the following departments: Snowsports SchoolLift OperationsLoss PreventionRental ShopWelcome CenterSnow Sports ShopSnowmakingGroomingTerrain FeaturesFood & BeverageFacilities Maintenance Volunteer positions are available in our Adaptive Program, as well as National Ski Patrol Mountain Hosts. Most positions READ MORE.
Bristol Library: Last month: The famous ...10/11/2019

Bristol Library: Last month: The famous …

Last month: The famous Mum Festival and Parade. Fri. 10/18 @ 2 PM: “Reminiscing With Sheila: Come to the Fair!”. Local historian/researcher Sheila Orefice gives another fun multimedia presentation of past fairs. No charge. RSVP online, at library or call: (860) 584-7787 x 3. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.