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From Dewey Decimal to digital, the local library is a center for literacy and learning. For Rogers Free Library tech guru Kristin Amaral — as much as she loves books — much of her focus … more
Bristol Police received a relatively large volume of "noise" calls last week, with neighbors reporting neighbors being loud, playing loud music, partying and gathering in large groups. There were … more
Bristol Police learned from a father in Little Compton that a man in Bristol was allegedly buying alcohol for minors. According to the Little Compton man, he found alcohol in his son’s room and … more
For someone who has spent the past few years sailing solo around the world, you wouldn’t think loneliness would be an issue. But for circumnavigating, double-amputee solo sailor Dustin … more
Six Bristol businesses were cited for liquor law violations after reportedly selling or serving alcohol to minors during an undercover police operation last Thursday, Sept. 10. Bristol Sgt. Paul … more
In July, the Bristol Warren Regional School District unveiled a school reopening plan that would have Mt. Hope High School students back in the building half the time, and learning from home half the … more
It’s a long day but a short-term commitment, and the election couldn’t happen without them. “The town requires about 100 people for this task,” said Town Clerk Lou Cirillo … more
Only about eight months ago, long before 2020 opened showed its real face, the high-season closure of the northbound route into town was Bristol’s biggest headache. The Rhode Island … more
A Rhode Island Superior Court judge has denied the Bristol Warren teachers' union request for a restraining order that would have halted in-person teaching when school opens Monday, Sept. 14. In a … more
PROVIDENCE — Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea and Board of Elections member Jennie Johnson made several announcements regarding the November 3 general election in Rhode Island at a news … more
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