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Bristol Maritime Center bids submitted

At noontime on Wednesday, Oct. 8, the Town of Bristol opened up the three responses submitted in the quest to find a construction contractor to design and build the proposed maritime center in the former armory building near the Church Street dock. The lowest bid came from Alhambra Building Company of Warwick at $607,000. Tavares

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Questions remain before school district commits to solar

A proposal to install solar panels on the roof of Kickemuit Middle School would be free and save the Bristol-Warren Regional School District up to $11,000 a year, according to the developer who made the proposal. The regional School Committee, unsure of the savings and fearful of the panels’ impact on school building warrantees, rejected

Bristol Youth Soccer Oct. 4 results

U-4 Coed Divison Dicks Sporting Goods vs MJF Plumbing & Heating Top Players – Aven Getchonis, Albert Leach, Landyn Francis, Aiden Medeiros Touisset Country Club vs Cox CPA Top Players – Bridget Nolan, Liam Patricio, Elise Godbout, John Rogers Silva Law vs Garden Playschool Top Players – Oliver Perrault, Mason Reis, Catherine Frawley, Cormac Mulqueen U-6 Boys Division

Agnes McCarthy, 95, Bristol

Agnes Elizabeth (Ryder) McCarthy, 95, of Bradford Street passed away peacefully at home on Oct. 5. She was the loving wife of the late William J. McCarthy. Born in Richmond, VA, she was the daughter of the late Ralph and Agnes (Fesenmaier) Ryder. She was the beloved mother of Barbara Rawson, William McCarthy, Elaine Bouthiette,

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