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EAST PROVIDENCE — Prodded for a comment after a recent outcry from area residents and business owners, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation has clarified some details of its future plans … more
Gary Watros, who calls himself The Man With 1,000 Radios, will probably only have about 700 of them out when he hosts a radio sale at his 291 High St. home this Saturday and Sunday. “Maybe a … more
Bristol Police arrested two people in one domestic violence incident and responded to the usual array of calls about noisy students and noisy neighbors. Following is a log of police incidents from … more
Restoration work at the Prudence Island Ferry dock is well underway, the first of a series of projects focusing on reinforcing Bristol’s shoreline at a few key points. The crumbling pier … more
If its feels like Ferry Road has been under construction “forever,” it’s because it has. Since January of 2017, a series of projects have been executed almost continuously, … more
The town has decided to delay implementation of a new trash pickup plan, which will include new automated trucks, new trash barrels for all residents and businesses, and a dramatic scale-down of … more
The leader of the Bristol County Water Authority said Friday she is “satisfied” that the contractor in charge of repairing the leaky East Bay Pipeline made a simple mistake when including … more
The sale of an exclusive Bristol estate recently set the high mark for Bristol County home prices in 2019. The property at 13 Low Lane, which is nestled close to the Mt. Hope Bridge, facing south … more
The State of Rhode Island has a plan to improve Colt Park and it wants input from citizens and the town of Bristol. The main focus is the office and park headquarters for the Department of … more
The Huskies pasted Davies goal keeper, Joseph Barcelos with 22 shots as they beat 0-10 Davies, 14-0 in a D-II home game on Tuesday night. The win boosts the Huskies overall record to … more
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