Sunday, February 14, 2016
Authors Posts by Eric Dickervitz

Eric Dickervitz

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Carolyn (Stanelun) Egan, 76, of Poppasquash Road, Bristol, passed away peacefully at home on June 12 surrounded by her family after a private battle with Neuroendocrine cancer.  She was the beloved wife of the late Robert (Bob) Egan for...
Before beachgoers took advantage of Thursday's weather by heading to Bristol Town Beach, Will Gilbert, co-host of WPRI-TV's The Rhode Show, and his crew, along with parks and recreation director, Walter Burke, went live for a segment that featured...
  While the construction of a new, $94 million Rhode Island Veterans' Home in Bristol met with overwhelming support from Rhode Island voters back in 2012, one aspect of the construction has local residents upset over the clear-cutting to make...
When the sentiment of an entire country converges with the heart and spirit of a small American town, the end result is the Fourth of July in Bristol, Rhode Island. For the locals, there are two options - embrace the...
The Bristol Fireman’s, Civic and Military parade began with a military flyover at 10 a.m., marking the first steps of the 230th Bristol Fourth of July celebration. As some of the thousands of parade viewers streamed into Bristol, jockeying for...
Have fun and be careful is the advice that Bristol Police Chief Josue Canario and Rhode Island State Police Colonel Steven G. O'Donnell delivered to those making their way to Bristol to enjoy the Fourth of July celebration and...
The site of the Bristol Fourth of July Concert Series was a mess Tuesday morning, after the task of removing bags of trash was delayed longer than usual. Trash spilled throughout Independence Park on Thames Street. Bags of trash that Fourth...
With anticipated inclement weather forecasted for Sunday, June 28, the Firemen’s Field Day and Water Battle scheduled for 10 a.m. is postponed, and rescheduled to Sunday, July 19. In making the announcement, Bristol Fire Chief Bob Martin noted that the...
Above: Workers pour asphalt into a trench on a road in Warren as they replace water mains for the Bristol County Water Authority throughout the East Bay Concerned with the increase in water rates by the Bristol County Water Authority that...
When September comes, the shows will go on for the Mt. Hope Masqueraders, but they will go on without the theater program’s beloved teacher, mentor, friend and director, Carol Schlink. After 15 years and 33 stage interpretations of some of...
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