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The final part in a Q&A series with Bristol's candidates for school committee. more
Tis the season… for an even greater amount of need across the East Bay. The all-volunteer organization Tap-In, which helps people in need in Barrington, Warren, Bristol and East Providence, … more
The acquisition of Vapor means that the Herreshoff Marine Museum now has seven marine steam engines — the largest collection in the world. more
A recent harrowing incident in the cafeteria at the Guiteras School ended well, thanks to the skills and quick thinking of custodian Bobby Santos. more
Huskies come back to beat Lincoln, move on to quarterfinals  Story by Richard W. Dionne, Jr.  The Mt. Hope volleyball team came back to Beat Lincoln 3-2 (17-25, 16-25, 25-22, 25-14, … more
Bristol's database for municipal meetings may be the most impressive in the state, and members of the public should utilize it. more
It may have been the biggest and best event of its kind ever held. Some said it reminded them of a Bristol Fourth of July Parade turnout. more
Senior running back Brock Pacheco rushed for 245 yards and four touchdowns as Mt. hope came from behind to beat West Warwick 26-20 at Frank “Monk” Maznicki Field on Friday night to finish … more
Freshman Jessica Deal placed second and the Mt. Hope cross country team finished fourth during the RI Class Championships at Ponaganset’s covered bridge course on Saturday. The finish was good … more
On July 1, the amount of money each municipality has to pay to unload their trash at the state landfill went up from $47 to $54 per ton. That’s about a 15% increase. more
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