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Charlie Enright and the 11th Hour Racing team hit an object suspected to be a marine mammal or megafauna  while racing to Aarhus, Denmark, durng Leg 5 early Thursday morning, according to Ocean … more
Bristol Police made one arrest and followed up on calls regarding pranking juveniles on Sowams Drive between May 15-22, 2023. more
Nicole Contente just graduated a year ago, but has already entered the competitive world of high fashion. more
The Bristol Warren Joint Finance Committee (JFC) unanimously voted to allow the school district to potentially borrow up to $200 million for school construction projects, including possibly building a new high school. Some were cautious of that number, however. more
Want to make your voice heard on how a potential $200 million bond should be spent in Bristol and Warren? Attend one of the upcoming sessions. more
Alan Mello, age 76, was reported missing to Bristol Police on May 22, 2023.  Mello was last in contact with family/friends on May 13, 2023.  more
The Barrington High School baseball team defeated Mt. Hope 9-3 in a non-league game on Sunday, May 21. The Eagles and Huskies use the game as a fund-raiser — all money raised at the game … more
Chief Kevin Lynch held up the trophy and the police celebrated after winning the first annual Battle of the Badges softball game 11-10, in extra innings in front of a large cheering crowd at the Colt … more
PORTSMOUTH — New signs recently cropped up on both sides of the Mt. Hope Bridge: “NO Pedestrians, Bicycles, Mopeds." more
A near total demolition of a house built prior to the Revolutionary War has caused concern among some residents, but the Town's Historic District Commission assures everything is on the up and up. more
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