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Foster a Senior served 75 seniors in its first year, a little over 100 in its second, and 200 in its third. As of last year, it had grown to include 305 recipients, and she’s hoping to add more in 2021. more
Ana Riley, former superintendent of Portsmouth, will now lead Bristol Warren after signing a 3-year contract. more
Due to an outbreak of four positive cases of COVID-19, the Thanksgiving Day Football Game between Mt. Hope and Barrington High Schools is being postponed a week to Dec. 2 at 6 p.m. more
Across Rhode Island, student-athletes have been living a relatively normal existence for most of 2021. Since the spring, they’ve been practicing together, riding buses together, high-fiving, … more
Prior to leaving to be with his family back in Florida for the holidays, Dr. Ed Mara was celebrated by the Bristol Warren Education Foundation. more
A local school bus driver union is hopeful that an agreement will be reached soon, as they conducted “Just Practicing informational picketing” on Nov. 22. more
Some people are in agreement that the traditional Thanksgiving Day football battle between Barrington High School and Mt. Hope School isn’t what it used to be. They’re probably … more
Former Portsmouth Superintendent Ana Riley was announced as the new Superintendent of the Bristol Warren Regional School District on Monday night. more
Turkey is the enduring symbol of the Thanksgiving holiday for many families across America, yet there may be nothing traditional about preparing this year’s holiday feast. At a time when many … more
The Bristol Merchants Association (BMA) will be holding their 26th annual Holiday Preview this Friday Night, Nov. 19, from 5 to 9 p.m. more
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