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Boys tennis likely to remain club sport at Mt. Hope

Boys tennis likely to remain club sport at Mt. Hope

Advocates for the Mt. Hope High School boys tennis team continue to petition the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee to restore the team to a full varsity support, and they’re seeking more players to help make their case. The group of parents and tennis fans have been trying to return tennis to full varsity since

125 New Meadow Road, Barrington

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

The following homes were sold recently around the East Bay: Barrington 3 Sullivan Terrace — $526,600 4 Evergreen St. — $380,000 125 New Meadow Road — $775,000 49 Jennys Lane — $1,075,000 22 Kirby St. — $220,000 18 Salisbury Road — $290,000 12 Josal Drive — $200,000 119 Anoka Ave. — $135,000 119 Anoka Ave.

Steven Zina

Mt. Hope softball coach charged with embezzling booster club funds

Bristol Police this week charged the former president of the Mt. Hope High School Booster Club with embezzling more than $19,000 in club funds. Steven W. Zina, 54, of 17 Charlotte Drive, Bristol, was charged with embezzlement over $100, a felony, after allegedly stealing the money through ATM withdrawals from the Booster Club’s account. Zina, also


KMS vandalism spree could cost $7,000 to fix

Warren’s public works chief said it could cost the town as much as $6,000 or $7,000 to clean up the graffiti left by vandals at the Kickemuit Middle School track field earlier this week. Overnight Monday, vandals spray-painted 200 feet of track with white paint, leaving obscene drawings, derogatory messages to the school’s Dean of

Stanley responds to building official funding controversy

The Council recently voted to authorize an over expenditure to restore the Building Official position to full-time. This ensures the public’s general welfare, health, safety and financial interests. This informed decision fulfills our oath of office and ultimately embraces the will of the people.  It protects residents from improperly performed construction, upholds minimum housing standards,