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Two robotics teams from Mt. Hope competed at the New England Institute of Technology over the weekend at the state FIRST championship competition. more
In a process that will certainly take many months of discussion and research, the town would like to come up with a plan to reduce the tax burden of longtime resident seniors. more
The lecture will take place on Thursday, March 9 at the Rogers Free Library in Bristol. more
Bristol PD made two arrests and responded to a threatening message sent by a juvenile. more
Dozens gathered on a brisk and breezy Saturday morning to celebrate the latest development in the multi-year effort to site a marker to the Transatlantic slave trade on the Bristol waterfront. more
She was born prior to World War I, and kept driving until she was 102. more
Imagine society as a can of soda. The pandemic flipped that can down a flight of stairs and then popped the top. Society has been fizzing, spitting and bubbling ever since. The economy is … more
The Bristol Warren Regional School Committee approved the FY2024 budget on Monday night, which amounts to a total of $58,931,498 and represents a 1.39% increase over last year’s budget. It will go before the Joint Finance Committee on Thursday night. more
The Mt. Hope girls basketball team fell to Pilgrim 53-47 in a preliminary round playoff game in the RIIL state girls basketball tournament on Monday night. The 17th seeded Huskies battled the 16th … more
Hosted by the Warren HEZ, ‘Mothers and Babies’ will teach methods on how to reduce and manage postpartum depression. It is available each Wednesday between March 1 and April 15. more
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