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Diana Campbell, executive director of Mosaico Business and Community Development Corp., stands in the remaining rubble that once filled the 41,970 square-foot building, now cleared for potential tenants. Mosaico, a non-profit redevelopment agency, bought the derelict Bristol Industrial Park in October 2010, hoping to revive it.

Mosaico makes progress on Bristol Industrial Park

Mosaico makes progress on Bristol Industrial Park

  Slow and steady. That’s Mosaico’s pace when it comes to cleaning up the Bristol Industrial Park.  It’s been nearly three years since Mosaico Business and Community Development Corp. bought the mill complex, located at 500 Wood St. And while to passersby, change might not be obvious, the current and prospective tenants couldn’t be more

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Save Bristol Harbor to study effects of harbor before work begins

Before the town constructs additional docks and moorings, many are questioning Bristol harbor’s capacity and what effect those might have on its future. Without data, however, it’s hard to determine how many additional docks or moorings to add, or if the town should add any at all. “We know that the north end of the

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Bristol businesses targeted by scam

As part of running the family’s business, Deidre Balzano makes sure that her bills are paid on time. So when Ms. Balzano received a call telling her that she had 60 minutes to settle an outstanding utility bill for Tweet Balzano’s Restaurant, she became skeptical. Still, the man with a Jamaican accent was persistent, telling

Rilwan Feyisitan of Johnston, places his "needs improvement" pin in an area of south Providence.

Locals discuss quality of life at RhodeMap RI forum in Bristol

Despite their efforts to solicit public comment, roughly 35 East Bay residents showed up to the RhodeMap RI workshop, held at Roger Williams University Tuesday night. Program facilitators saturated media outlets, utilized social media outlets, provided childcare, transportation and interpreter services, hoping to generate participation and feedback about “what is working, and what isn’t” for

BWEF grants support a wide range of programs including author and illustrator Grace Lin visiting the students at Guiteras School in 2012. Clockwise surrounding author Grace Lin from left, Samantha Martins, Erika Marshall, Tess Dugan, Zoe Mouligne, Ellery Sparkman, Rachael Ward and Lyla Pacheco.

BWEF funds more than $50,000 in grants

The students of Bristol and Warren received some good news this week, a boost in support for innovative programs and classes. The Bristol Warren Education Foundation (BWEF) has awarded $50,408 in funding for the 2013-14 school year. The funds will support 25 grants that impact students in each of the Bristol Warren Regional School District’s

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Letter: Bristol Warren Education Foundation funds more than $50,000 in grants

To the editor: The Bristol Warren Education Foundation (BWEF) is pleased to announce the awarding of $50,408 in grant funding for the 2013-14 school year. The funds will support 25 grants that will impact students in each of the Bristol Warren Regional School District’s (BWRSD) schools. The diverse array of programs presented by the BWRSD

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Rescuers need to be rescued after their boat sinks

Two men from Warren who were trying to help a kayaker in distress on Sunday night, ended up needing a helping hand themselves after their boat took on water and sank off Rumstick Point in Barrington. At about 7 p.m., Barrington police received a 911 emergency call, alerting them to boaters who needed assistance. According

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