Sunday, February 14, 2016
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Eric Dickervitz

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Above: Joint Finance Committee member and Warren resident Joanne Deveau testifies before the House Finance Committee while Warrent Town Council President Joseph Depasquale looks on. Representatives from Bristol and Warren testified in front of the House Finance Committee last week on...
Above: Huskies junior Allison Therien slides into home plate with Wheeler catcher Emma Adrain waiting with the ball. Therien made it home safely completing an inside the park home run on a line drive in the left field gap. The...
For Bristol senior citizens, gone are the days of the clanging, banging and uncomfortable commute to and from the senior center and shopping around town. Recently, the senior center put its new van into service — a 2014 model that...
A flotilla of search and rescue watercraft from 10 municipalities and the U.S. Coast Guard converged on Bristol Harbor on Thursday, May 21, in an exercise to prepare first responders for potential rescue calls as the summer boating season...
First there was the bouts of vertigo, a dizzy feeling that effected Anabela Azevedo for days. Then there was the double vision, imbalance and slightly slurred speech. The symptoms that the mother of a young daughter felt in herself were...
Presenting to a panel of doctorate level scientists, Sabrina DaSilva explained how her discovery of three naturally occurring, previously unknown allele molecules, if combined with synthetic pharmaceuticals, could create the “wonder drug” that penicillin and other antibiotics once were. At...
When Bristol’s Planning Board meets on Tuesday, June 9, a group of residents, many of whom live at the Bristol Housing Authority, plan to be there yet again to speak in opposition to the planned construction across the street...
Above: Mt. Hope's Grace Moclair breaks through a Smithfield defender during the Huskies' victory. Photos by Tim Marshall The Mt. Hope girls’ lacrosse team continued its winning season into the post-season, beating Smithfield High School in the quarterfinal round of...
Bristol got a spring cleaning last week when dozens of volunteers scattered throughout the town picking up litter and debris that created an eyesore around town. About 100 volunteers, including scout troops, families and members of Save The Bay, scoured...
Those opposed to a planned housing development by Augustine and Lynda Nunes at the northwest corner of Chestnut Street left Town Hall disappointed Tuesday, their opposition, once again, going unheard. But this time — unlike the two previous delays when...
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