The Latest From Bristol

Drag queen draws children (and protestors) to Bristol library

“Once upon a time, there were many kinds: this and that, somewhat and whatnot, either and very, sort of, just, rather, a little, neither and both.” Dressed in a red evening gown …
Elks volunteers show overseas troops they care
A team of volunteers worked together seamlessly inside the Bristol County Elks Lodge, working together with assembly-line-like … Read More
Bristol says no to music for the half-marathon
The Bristol Town Council unanimously denied a request for amplified music and announcements for the fifth annual Independence Rhode … Read More
R.I. Capitol Police launches recruitment campaign
PROVIDENCE — A recruitment campaign for new Capitol Police Officers begins June 16, Colonel James M. Manni, Superintendent of … Read More
Paul A. Doyle, 78, formerly of Bristol
Paul A. Doyle, 78, formerly of Bristol, passed away on Thursday, June 13, 2019. He was the beloved husband of Doris L. (Lemoi) Doyle. … Read More
Dottie (Dorothy) R. Gardner, 84, of Bristol
Dottie (Shin) Gardner, 84, of Byfield Street, Bristol, passed peacefully into the arms of her beloved Elbert on June 6, 2019. Per her … Read More
John “Jack” Martin Lema, Jr., 75, of Dixmont, Maine
John “Jack” Martin Lema, Jr., 75, of Dixmont, Maine, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family in Warren on June 9, … Read More
Legal Notices
Bristol Legal Notices - May 16, 2019 These Legal Notices were published in the May 16 edition of the Bristol Phoenix.
Bristol Legal Notices – May 9, 2019 These Legal Notices were published in the May 9 edition of the Bristol Phoenix.

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