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The Bristol Police Department had a relatively quiet week from Nov. 25 to Dec. 1, though still intervened in a couple of situations and arrested three people over the course of the week. Monday, … more
As long as anyone remembers, the building at 601 Hope St. was a bank. Before it became the Bank of America in 1998, it was Fleet; before it became Fleet in 1982, it was the Industrial National Bank, … more
The stars were out in full force Saturday night at the 39th annual Bristol Athletic Hall of Fame induction banquet at the Venus de Milo in Swansea, as 16 new Hall of Fame members were introduced to a … more
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Division of Taxation, the Internal Revenue Service and other partners recently held a Security Summit urging taxpayers to use strong passwords for their online … more
What to do with an old landfill? You can’t sell or develop the property; you can’t build homes or plant corn. For David Milner, Bristol resident and CEO and founder of Warren-based NuGen … more
A majority of the assets in the downtown Bristol Industrial Park may be changing hands, as well-known Bristol resident, businessman and property owner Joseph Brito Jr. has signed an agreement to … more
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) is advising consumers that United Natural Foods Incorporated (UNFI) is recalling certain five-pound bags of its … more
Jacqueline Waterman said she literally had a panic attack when she opened her dad’s bill water bill last week. Ms. Waterman, who lives in Maine but has power of attorney for her father, an … more
PORTSMOUTH — A juvenile was prevented from jumping from the Mt. Hope Bridge by police and several citizens Sunday night, Dec. 1. According to Detective Lt. John Cahoon, Portsmouth … more
Barrington beat Mt. Hope 22-6, in their annual Thanksgiving Day football game in Barrington on Thursday morning. The now Eagles have an 18-9 series lead over the Huskies. more
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