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Bristol police responded to a fight at Mt. Hope High School and assisted on multiple deer-related calls between Oct. 31 and Nov. 6, 2022. more
Ray Brum, who turned 79 this past spring, passed away recently, leaving behind his wife of 55 years (Maryann), his loving family, and enough memories to last a lifetime. more
The Town closed on the sale of 9 Court St. on Oct. 18, fetching a competitive bid price of $576,000 for the building which formerly housed the Zoning, Community Development, and Building Inspector’s offices. more
To the editor: In the issue of the Phoenix immediately preceding the recent elections, one of the leaders of the Bristol County Concerned Citizens submitted a letter to the editor complaining … more
To the editor:Mornings at my family’s nursery on Poppasquash often begin with a deer chase. These sadly overpopulated creatures strip our evergreens of foliage 6’ up from the ground, and … more
To the editor: The V.F.W. Post 237, Bristol, every year has a poppy drive to raise money for various charities. All the money collected goes to very good causes. We contacted Seabra and the … more
To the editor:Regular as clockwork each election cycle the Phoenix publishes a rabble-rousing letter from William Sousa Grapentine complaining about everything progressive and offering only sour … more
This is a night Jennifer Oliveira Mancieri would never forget. more
Bristol voters returned the same five Town Councilors that were first elected in 2018. more
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