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Examining pickleball — one of America's fastest growing sports

For Bristol residents Nancy and Peter Tache, pickleball has become a way of life.
Bristol resident spreads knowledge and joy via vintage typewriters
Manual typewriters occupy a pretty small slice of human history, but for Bristol's Alayne White, they represent something much larger. Read More
Bristol PD: A trapped rabbit and two arrests
Bristol Police made two arrests and helped a trapped rabbit between Jan. 16-23, 2023. Read More
Restored glory: Historic Civil War flag returning to Bristol
Friends across the bay at the Varnum Armory in East Greenwich have continued their work rescuing a collection of Bristol’s historic … Read More
Huskies wallop Woonsocket 54-15, after losing to Chariho
All ten Huskies scored as Mt. Hope walloped Woonsocket 54-15 in a Division II away game on Friday night. The win improved the Huskies … Read More
Enright and 11th Hour Racing team embark on the Ocean Race
Thousands of fans packed the harbor walls at Alicante, Spain to view Charlie Enright and the 11th Hour Racing team sail against the … Read More
Huskies' wrestlers begin to find their identity in loss to Cumberland
The Mt. Hope wrestling team fell to Cumberland 50-28 in a Division I match at the high school on Wednesday night. The Huskies are … Read More
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Mary Ciociola Mary (Sousa) Ciociola, 95, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 28, 2023. She was the loving wife of the late John M. Ciociola for 70 years before his passing in 2019. A life-long Bristolian,
Marilyn Foehr Marilyn Asciolla Foehr, 76, of Warren, RI, and formerly of Bristol, went to her peaceful rest with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, at Hope Health Hospice, Providenc
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