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Because of expected bad weather, Bristol has postponed its traditional "Grand Illumination," the night when it lights the lights downtown, to Sunday. Everything else about the schedule is expected to … more
Bristol PD responded to multiple vehicular accidents and made multiple arrests between Nov. 21-28, 2022. more
Some 2,000 children are reported missing in the United States each day. A new system now used by BPD can save valuable time in locating them. more
This weekend, the RWU women's rugby team will play for a chance to win the national D-II collegiate championship in Houston, Tex. more
The Town of Bristol took the first steps to creating a public skating rink by constructing a rectangular shell in the center of Independence Park on Thames Street. On Wednesday, a crew with the … more
Mt. Hope cross country runner Jessica Deal placed 18th at the Nike Northeast Regional Cross Country Championship in Wattipager, New York on Saturday. The freshman ran the three mile course that … more
Marjorie McBride and Karen Cabral voted in opposition, while the remaining members approved her nomination. more
A four-person panel of industry experts imparted wisdom to Mt. Hope construction students looking to enter the field. more
Longtime Warren resident Sophie Salamon received a warm welcome by approximately 90 relatives and close friends in celebration of her centennial celebration. more
Bobby Santos, the custodian at Guiteras Elementary School, saved a student’s life after they began choking during a lunch period in October. more
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