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Chef Rizwan Ahmed prepares a gourmet dish at the Hourglass Brasserie in Bristol. The restaurant will close Saturday night, to be replaced by Christian's Wood Fired Grill in November.
Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

Wood grill restaurant to replace Hourglass Brasserie

Wood grill restaurant to replace Hourglass Brasserie

A staple downtown restaurant is closing its doors after this weekend, to be replaced by another local entity to serve Bristol’s waterfront. The Hourglass Brasserie, at 382 Thames St., announced it is shutting down Saturday, Sept. 20, after five years on Bristol’s waterfront. But this is not necessarily the last Bristol will see of restaurateur

Bristol town administrator Tony Teixeira, far right, listens as town council chairwoman Mary Parella acknowledges the Bristol company for their achievement.

Bristol’s C and C Fiberglass wins ninth award for boating design excellence

To those standing in the cavernous garage of C and C Fiberglass Components on Ballou Boulevard last Friday morning, the smell of fiberglass was the smell of success. Among the boating enthusiasts and dignitaries who gathered inside the boat building company was Governor Lincoln Chafee, who admired the company’s products, including the J 100, which,

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Chafee shares state’s plan for business at Bristol forum

Governor Lincoln Chafee, along with representatives from the RI Economic Development Corporation, the Small Business Administration, the Department of Labor and Training and other government and quasi-governmental agencies made a stop in Bristol on Tuesday morning. Their objective was to meet with small business owners to address their concerns with regard to how the state

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