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Frustration, accusations as DOT faces Bristol business leaders

For the first half-hour they sat patiently, listening to a Rhode Island Department of Transportation (DOT) presentation about the Silver Creek bridge project. Yet after weeks of waiting, the voices …
Boardwalk and bench dedicated to fallen soldier
It was an afternoon filled with love and devotion for a local military hero whose family and friends gathered to help dedicate a … Read More
Sen. Jack Reed encourages graduates to 'change the world'
With the many challenges facing the Class of 2019, U.S. Senator Jack Reed reminded Roger Williams University graduates that they will … Read More
Bristol Police: Arrests for sexual assault, elderly assault and domestic assault
Bristol police officers made several arrests from May 6 to 13, including charges of domestic assault, sexual assault and assault on … Read More
New ice cream shop opens in Barrington
The windows of 74 Maple Ave. may have been papered over, but that still did not deter curious minds from walking up to Victoria … Read More
A helping hand to cross the Mt. Hope Bridge
It took three years of meetings with input from a wide range of individuals and organizations, but Bristol’s Suicide Prevention … Read More
Husband and wife receive Bristol's Hattie Brown Awards
Being selected winners of this year’s Hattie Brown Award certainly fits in with the persona of Brett and Jennifer Mancieri. For … Read More
Obituaries
Elizabeth Tubridy Elizabeth (Betty) Tubridy (Lomas), formerly of Bristol,  beloved mother and wife of the late Raymond Tubridy (2009), passed away on May 16, 2019, after a brief illness in Oregon, …
Linda Joy Staton Cambra, 77 Linda Joy Staton Cambra, age 77, passed away peacefully at R.I. Hospital on March 12, 2019, surrounded by family and friends. She is survived by her loving husband, Joseph, and son Jarrett and his …
Legal Notices
Bristol Legal Notices - May 16, 2019

These Legal Notices were published in the May 16 edition of the Bristol Phoenix.

Bristol Legal Notices – May 9, 2019

Bristol Legal Notices – April 18, 2019

Sports
Portsmouth beats Mt. Hope, remains undefeated in Division II PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School boys’ lacrosse team improved its record to 10-0 in Division II after defeating Mt. Hope at home Friday, 13-9. Freshman Jack Cianciolo …
Mt. Hope gymnasts heading to the national stage Three of the most accomplished scholar-athletes in the history of Mt. Hope High School will be on their way to the Senior National High School Gymnastics Championships in Ft. Meyers, Fla., May 17 and …
Huskies defend their unified basketball title They had worked all season long for this moment, laid it all out on the court. By the time the final buzzer sounded Sunday, May 5, the Mt. Hope Huskies unified basketball team had done it again, …
Mt. Hope High School golf team tees off 2019 season SWANSEA — For a program that hasn’t won a match in three years, the Mt. Hope High School golf team began its 2019 season earlier this week with a home contest against East Providence and Rogers …
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Opinion
Editorial: A water crisis years in the making When Bristol County’s cross-bay pipeline was constructed 20 years ago, it was celebrated as a remarkable feat of engineering and ingenuity. Faced with the daunting task of bringing fresh, …
An open letter to Gov. Raimondo from Bristol business owners Dear Gov. Raimondo: The small business owners of Historic Downtown Bristol have recently been dismayed to discover a plan to close the main artery for traffic into our area during our peak months, …
Letter: Time to get tough on disobedient students Kudos to Pete Hewett for his May 9 letter, “Parents should be held accountable for students’ actions.” We pick them up, drive them to school, feed them two meals and babysit them …
Letter: Sorry, Rep. Donovan, ’Evergreen’ bill goes too far I am writing in response to Rep. Susan Donovan’s letter last week (“Evergreen bill restores balance between unions and employers”). The Evergreen Bill will ultimately raise property …

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