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PROVIDENCE — If you’ve been unable to visit a loved one living in a nursing home or an assisted living facility since the COVID-19 outbreak, you’ll have to wait at least … more
Bristol Police had another quiet week in terms of crime but had many calls about groups gathering in both public and private places, including basketball courts, beaches and back yards. Monday, … more
As I learned that our longtime Town Clerk Lou Cirillo is wanting to retire, he deserves a “JOB WELL DONE” on his service to the Town of Bristol. May he enjoy retirement, and … more
Pastor Burton Bagby-Grose of Bristol’s First Congregational Church has a familiar call-and-response that he enjoys doing with his congregation. “I’ll say, ‘No matter who … more
As we begin to re-open our economy and our communities gradually get back to work, it is important to keep in mind that the coronavirus is still among us. Our governor, health director and town … more
Like every other college student in America, Nick Williams was home a few weeks ago with not much to do. Banished from campus and quarantined mostly at home, he and his younger brother George were … more
Beginning Monday, when Rhode Island transitions to Phase 2 of its economic reboot, residents will be able to dine indoors, cut and color their hair, get a new coat of nail polish for the first time … more
With regard to the police ‘dispersing’ groups of any size, the First Amendment reads, in part: "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the right of the people peaceably to assemble … more
To the editor: Rhode Islanders have lost our voice. Whether or not we approve of how our governor is responding to this crisis, we have lost our voice. Regardless of our individual opinions about … more
Bristol’s shade trees lining town streets contribute significantly to the attractiveness and natural beauty of our town. They are, of course, the reason why Bristol has been named an Arbor Day … more
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