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After a successful first showing at Independence Park this past July, the Black Ships Festival returns to Bristol next summer for its 36th annual celebration. Beginning Aug. 9, 2019, the community … more
Mysterious signs with positive messages have been popping up all over Bristol, offering a stark contrast to the cluttered landscape of political signs on lawns everywhere. “I’d love to … more
Parts of Main Street (Rte 114) were flooded Friday morning just before the Bristol/Warren line near Seymour Street. more
Bristol residents have a lot of School Committee candidates to consider this Nov. 6 — nine, to be exact. Here are snapshots of each of them, why they are running, and what they hope to … more
Contractors will soon drill a hole across and more than 20 feet under the Kickemuit River to provide a more reliable source of water for more than 550 Bristol County Water Authority customers in East … more
The clouds were rolling in overhead, but Edward Redmond’s disposition was as sunny as ever as he strolled through the abandoned, disheveled interior of the Longfield estate last Thursday … more
Voters in Rhode Island House District 69 have two familiar names to choose from this year. Susan Donovan, a Democrat, and Doug Gablinske, an Independent, are both running for the General Assembly … more
The Bristol Town Council urged residents during its Oct. 3 meeting to give second thoughts to throwing out unwanted clothing, shoes, toys and other textiles as the Pink Bag Project recycling … more
Shortly after 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday morning, Bristol and Portsmouth Police were notified of a diver who was spearfishing off the Hog Island Shoals Light. Two people on the fishing boat were … more
Midfielder Joviana Goldstein scored her first goal with two minutes left in the game to give the Huskies a 1-0 win over Cranston West at Vendituolli Field on Friday evening. The win boosted the … more
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