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Will and Peggy Hicks, owners of The Knotty Dog, discovered Bristol by boat and will soon set off to discover the rest of the...

Since the 1978, the tavern at 198 Thames St., which dates back to the 1940s, has been called Gillary’s, with one exception. In April...

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,...

Although the Town of Bristol has a desire to turn the Byfield, Reynolds and Walley school buildings into an integrated center for arts and...

A Bristol building that was most recently known for its take-out service will, if all goes according to plan, begin accepting deposits, as the...

To those standing in the cavernous garage of C and C Fiberglass Components on Ballou Boulevard last Friday morning, the smell of fiberglass was...

At I Boutique on Hope Street, co-owner Carol Scott didn’t need to look up sales receipts to know that the store had a good...

As of Thursday, Bristol will say good-bye to the signature square “hot ‘n juicy” hamburgers, such as the “Baconator,” a baked potato on the...

Governor Lincoln Chafee, along with representatives from the RI Economic Development Corporation, the Small Business Administration, the Department of Labor and Training and other...

It was Oct. 17, 1987 when Peggy Murgo and Ann Mello opened the New Look Hair Salon. Back then they were the only salon...