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Volvo Ocean Race officials have now revealed that one fisherman was killed and nine others rescued after their fishing boat was involved in a collision with Vestas 11th Hour Racing early Saturday … more
An older woman driving a small sedan lost control of her car and rolled onto the sidewalk adjacent to the CVS on Metacom Avenue in Bristol Friday afternoon. The accident occurred around 3:45 … more
Bristol police officers made seven arrests from Jan. 8 to Jan. 14, including two women for drunk driving and one man for second-degree sexual assault. Following is a log of Bristol Police Department … more
Most days, the Bristol Community Center thumps with the beat of Zumba or fitness classes or basketball or other mainstream activities. Other times it hums and grunts with the sounds of yoga or … more
Bristol firefighters quickly doused a house fire at 1 Jenkins St. this afternoon, before it spread from the deck into the house itself. The fire started around noon after a smoldering towel was … more
The Town of Bristol is considering a new tactic to recruit and retain volunteer firefighters and rescuers — lower their taxes. The Bristol Town Council will hold a public hearing later this … more
The Warren Harbormaster is trying to find the owner of a 29-foot sailboat that went aground off Laurel Park late last week. Harbormaster Ed Cabral said he got word the grounding on Friday. The … more
BRISTOL — Several robotics teams from our area made their mark at the 2018 Rhode Island FIRST LEGO League championships at Roger Williams University on Saturday. This year’s theme … more
The frigid weather of late brings to mind one of the saddest of all New England sea ice sagas, the loss one century ago this winter of the Cross Rip Lightship (LV-6). The Cross Rip, one of several … more
Rock climbing, nature art, night hikes, camp fires, farm animals and bunk houses — this constituted ‘school’ for nearly 200 Kickemuit Middle School seventh-grade students the week before Thanksgiving. The students, their teachers and a handful of volunteer chaperones traveled three hours west to Colebrook, Conn. for what has become an annual tradition and right of passage known as Nature’s Classroom. more
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