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For the second time this year, Barrington and Mt. Hope squared off for the annual Thanksgiving Day game on a day other than Thanksgiving.  And for the second straight time, the Eagles walked … more
Multiple school committee members in Bristol Warren are taking heat for their decision to not wear masks during meetings, despite an ongoing state mandate to do so. more
Canapitsit Customs of Bristol was recognized for crafting and streamlining the availability and application of advanced materials in UUVs, specifically waterproof, carbon fiber housings that contain critical electronic components for underwater robots. more
A new coloring book featuring Bristol's most famous, furry friend will circulate through schools soon. more
This program educates the public and changes attitudes about selling and providing alcohol to anyone under the age of 21. more
Everything is getting more expensive, and that includes food. According to the latest report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the annual rate of inflation in the United States was 6.2 … more
Bristol police officers surrounded a house on Sunnyside Avenue Monday afternoon and peacefully took into custody a man accused of firing a gun while confronting his wife and another man inside their … more
The key changes in the new revisions to the bylaws will be to clarify a couple of issues about use of the property. more
Bristol residents and businesses are invited to enter the 2021 “Deck The Doors” contest, with entries to be received between Dec. 1 and Dec. 10. more
Bristol DPW worker Michael Ferreira hangs the giant star in preparation for the Grand Illumination on Dec. 4. Other DPW crewmen Denny Cabral (left) and Paul Mello (right), help steady the star from … more
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