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The Mt. Hope girls soccer team fell to Cumberland 3-1 in the Division I Championship at Rhode Island College on Saturday morning. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Bradley Hospital presented Jeff Hirsh with its celebrated Humanitarian Award. The longtime owner of the famed Lobster Pot Restaurant in Bristol was recognized for his deep … more
Bristol Police made five arrests and responded to a complaint of people smashing pumpkins between Oct. 30 and Nov. 6, 2023. more
On Sunday, Nov. 12, the Bristol Council Knights of Columbus will get together at the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel John W. Lolio Parish Center to celebrate its 125th anniversary. more
Ask the non-hunters from Prudence Island, Block Island, S. Kingstown, Burrillville, etc., if it solved the problem of overpopulation of deer. The answer is a resounding no. more
If voters decide to approve the bond, it remains to be seen how a new school alone will improve the quality of educational achievement by Bristol and Warren students. more
Why take six years to do the job wrong? more
While I remain opposed to the construction of the new high school at its present location, I was disappointed to read of the criticism by certain residents leveled at school committee members regarding their advocacy for approval of the bond. more
The 8th graders ended up raising $4,072 from the fundraiser, with an additional $945 being directly donated to the grade by parents and teachers. Additionally, there were nearly 300 pairs of socks donated through the fundraiser. more
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