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Bristol PD: Police make six arrests, including multiple DUIs

Bristol PD made six arrests between May 6-13, 2024
Since 2008, Mt. Hope band director has instilled a love of music by example
Still just 38 years of age, Mr. Lambert has enabled Bristol and Warren students the opportunity to express their musical feelings … Read More
Bristol to acquire 120 acres of open space
The Town intends to preserve the land as open space. Read More
RWU sails past Ivy League competition to national championship
The RWU Hawks finished on top of the leader board against top sailing teams from Harvard, Yale, and Brown at the Inter-Collegiate … Read More
Clippers spoil Santerre’s outing, sink Huskies 10-0
Junior Ethan Santerre was pitching a gem against third place, 9-4 Cumberland. The mighty Clippers managed just a single run against … Read More
Jackson, Silva, Deal win gold at Division Championships
The Mt. Hope girls track team place third and the boys team placed eighth at the Eastern Division track championships at Barrington … Read More
Huskies’ lacrosse halts skid, buries Burrillville 11-2
Sophomores Charlie Knapman and Ben Browne each scored 4 goals as the Mt. Hope lacrosse team buried Burrillville 11-2 in a home game on … Read More
Ann Nichols Ann K. Nichols, 83, of Portsmouth, RI, passed away in Newport Hospital on May 14, 2024. She was the wife of Gerald R. Nichols. Born in Rochester, NY, she was the daughter of the late Louis and Marie
Carl Hedman II Carl Edwin Hedman II, 80, a resident of Dorset, Vt., passed away on May 7, 2024, following a lengthy illness. Carl was born in Columbus, Ohio, on Feb. 17, 1944, to the late June E. Jacobus and Carl E.
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