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Sunday nights were for the girls — at least that’s how it was at Pat Sullivan Fonseca’s house, during the height of World War II. Only six years old when her father and three uncles … more
Carmine Puniello immigrated to the USA in 1909 from Frosolone, Italy. Thirteen years later he and his wife Anna built their home on 76 Richmond St, Bristol, RI. They had six children. The five boys … more
Bristol’s official Veterans Day observances will begin at 8:30 a.m. this Sunday, Nov. 11, with a wreath-laying ceremony at the War Memorial Garden next to the Burnside Building on Hope … more
A Bristol native brought buzz to the capital city Thursday night with the opening of his new restaurant, Sarto, a Rhode Island-inspired Osteria & Salumeria that held a ribbon-cutting and … more
These Legal Notices were published in the Bristol Phoenix on Nov. 8, 2018. more
By the time the dust settled Tuesday night, none of the three incumbents, Bill O’Dell, Paul Silva, or Diana Campbell, had retained their seats on the the Bristol Warren Regional School … more
I am writing this letter on Monday, Nov. 5, obviously without knowing the outcome of tomorrow’s election, because for what I’d like to say today, the result is irrelevant. It has been … more
At 11 a.m. on Nov. 11, 1918, the guns stopped. The Armistice began. That calamity and horror, still known to many as “The Great War,” was stopped. In the sudden silence, millions dared … more
This is a brief addendum to Manny Correia’s very fine tribute to Dominic “Zip” Raiola, (“In memory of the late ‘Zip’ Raiola,” Oct. 25 Phoenix). I feel … more
The immense new catamaran Skylark will battle storms and circle the globe, but few of the challenges to come will compare to those posed by the first couple miles. At 4 a.m. on a recent October … more
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