Volvo Ocean Race: Enright and Vestas take third during In-Port Race

Bristol resident Charlie Enright led Vestas 11th Hour Racing team to a strong third place podium-finish, pleasing the home crowd who came out in force despite cool and rainy weather …
Huskies baseball clobbers Narragansett 15-5, makes it to the prom on time
Mt. Hope baseball players made it to the prom on time after dispatching second place Narragansett 15-5, in five innings on Friday … Read More
After hours of testimony, no vote on Bristol’s Belvedere
After three-and-a-half hours of testimony, questions, posturing and procedural debates, the Bristol Planning Board and Bristol … Read More
Controversial Bristol development faces review tonight
Expect a big crowd, emotional debate and dense arguments tonight in the Colt School auditorium. The Belvedere at Thames project is up … Read More
Volvo Ocean Race: Skipper Enright and Vestas 11th Hour Racing shine in Leg 8 despite adversity of difficult race
Bristol resident and Vestas 11th Hour Racing skipper Charlie Enright came from behind to capture third place in Leg 8 of the Volvo … Read More
Bristol Warren unified hoopsters are state champs
Tom Fullen has been coaching basketball for more than half a century, but he’s seldom been prouder of a team than he was Sunday, … Read More
Volvo Ocean Race: MAPFRE steals first place, Enright and Vestas take third
The Spanish team MAPFRE moved from fifth place to first and stole a win in Leg 8, with a shocking come-from-behind victory into a … Read More
Bristol gets $1.2 million from feds to fix Prudence Ferry pier
U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse and Congressman David Cicilline have announced that the Town of Bristol will receive … Read More
Kennedy, Raimondo lead conversation on substance abuse
PORTSMOUTH — Former Congressman Patrick Kennedy, Gov. Gina Raimondo and other panelists got an earful about substance abuse and … Read More
Recovering addict says new center is ‘saving my life’
With a full program of speakers representing a broad coalition, from state and town officials to religious leaders, from non-profits … Read More
Angelina A. “Angie” Dias, 85, of Bristol

Mrs. Angelina A. “Angie” (Carlone) Dias, age 85, of Bristol, died Saturday, May 19, 2018, at her home. She was the wife of the late Sebastian “Sabby” Dias, Jr., her husband of …

William G. “Moose” Gordon, 57, of Bristol

Fernanda Leal, 92, of Bristol

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