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Walter Coelho, seen here in the center with wife, Kathy, and his family, was recently named the 2023 Bristol Elks Lodge Veteran of the Year. Coelho is a veteran of the United States Army and is … more
Residential dock fees will go from $60 to $65 dollars a foot; commercial fishermen will just go up $46 a foot (from $44). Some of the big bigger changes would be on commercial moorings. more
Bristol Blooms is gearing up for another spectacular Christmas season. more
The popular definition of insanity is for a person to continue doing the same thing over and over again but expecting a different result. more
My deepest appreciation to all those involved in making our elections a success. more
For the Career Explorers program be a success, the business community needs to be an active participant. more
This is no time to be silent. Contact the White House and your Congressional delegates today. more
The final paving has not been completed, despite the fact that it began before the Fourth of July. Currently, the new drains and sewer covers project above the level of the street, as they have for months. The issue can be traced back to the Cardi Corporation. more
Relocated this year to 240 High St. next to the historic Bristol Statehouse, the Bristol Santa House aims to be even more accessible. more
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