East Bay girls hockey team wins state championship

The East Bay co-op girls hockey team defeated LaSalle-Moses Brown, 4-2, on Saturday night and won the Division I state championship. East Bay, which includes players from Portsmouth, Mt. Hope and …
Artillery members sport first uniform look in 60 years
Chartered in 1776 and with a museum dating back to 1843, the Bristol Train of Artillery these days is fired up about its brand new … Read More
East Bay Co-op edges Lasalle-Moses Brown Co-op 3-2 in game one, leads series 1-0
The East Bay Co-op upset LaSalle/Moses Brown Co-op 3-2 in the opener of the Division I Championship series at Brown’s Meehan … Read More
Area gymnastics team takes 26 medals at state championships
The East Bay boys gymnastics team won 39 medals at the 2018 state gymnastics championships at Aim High Academy in East Greenwich on … Read More
Finance board faces big decision on Bristol Warren schools
Superintendent of Schools Mario Andrade will make one last appeal to the group that determines how much money he and the district have … Read More
East Bay girls hockey team focused on championship
The East Bay co-op girls ice hockey team is hoping to cap a successful season with a state championship trophy. The Eagles team, … Read More
Mt. Hope students walk out of school in honor of Parkland shooting victims, demand changes to gun laws
BRISTOL — Joining with their peers across America, Mt. Hope High School students walked out of class Wednesday morning and shivered … Read More
Photos: As snow falls over Bristol, some lose power
Pockets of Bristol are without power Tuesday afternoon, as tree limbs and trunks have blown into utility lines and caused disruptions. … Read More
East Bay girls skate into hockey championship series
The East Bay co-op girls hockey team will play in the state championship finals series after the Eagles defeated the Mt. St. Charles … Read More
Hockey: Barrington clobbers EP-Linc 8-3 in D-II Quarterfinals
Freshman winger Matt Spears scored a hat-trick and added two assists in leading the Barrington boys hockey team over EP-Lincoln Co-op, … Read More
Alfred J. Parent, Jr., 82, of Bristol

Alfred J. Parent, Jr., 82, of Bristol, passed away on March 14, 2018, at his home. He was the beloved husband of Betsey (Sundell) Parent. Born in Warren, R.I., he was a son of the late Alfred J. …

Patricia A. Bourne, 75, of Bristol

Alfred L. Hawkes, 90, Audubon's longtime leader

Letter: Christmas Festival Committee could use your help When I tell people I’m from Bristol, the immediate response is usually “Fourth of July.” It seems almost everyone has heard of Bristol’s July Fourth …
Letter: All of us will pay for Bristol's exorbitant spending hikes A common saying in political circles is: “If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu!” And what’s on the menu, in light of significant growth in the cost of local …
Letter: Please speak out against the assault on our environment I recently moved to beautiful Bristol, R.I., from the Washington, D.C., area. We selected Bristol because of the wonderful historic community and the clean air and water of the Narragansett Bay …
Frostbiters set sail for more than just winning Racing sailboats in Bristol Harbor every week throughout the dead of winter is mostly not about winning. On Saturdays from November to April a group of about 20 diehards gather at the Bristol …
Huskies wrestling team places sixth at state tourney Mt. Hope High School wrestling team compiled 101 points and placed sixth at the RIIL state tournament at the Providence Career and Technical Academy on Friday and Saturday. The team was lead by …
Huskies whup Davies 47-32, move on in D-III East quarterfinals BRISTOL — Huskies senior forward Sara Godfrey scored 13 points and pulled down 12 rebounds in leading Mt. Hope over Davies, 42-37 in a home preliminary playoff game on Friday night. Davies …

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