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All are invited to kick off the holiday season and meet Michael at the Bristol Christmas Festival Reception on Saturday, Nov. 18 at 6 p.m. more
When you spend 26 years in a job, you wear a lot of hats and see a lot of changes, and retired Major Brian Burke, who stepped back from his post with the Bristol Police Department on Oct. 13, is no exception. more
At least one resident is questioning whether or not the district can legally change its middle school configuration from a 6-8 school to a 5-8 school. more
A letter from RIDE provided reassurance to the Bristol Warren Regional School District that they would receive close to the maximum possible reimbursement rate for the proposed $200 million school construction bond. more
Some residents inquired if she and other school committee members had gone through the proper procedural steps before launching an advocacy group called “Building Bristol Warren’s Future,” which has promoted approval of the $200 million school bond. more
Despite a continuing cold rain which lasted most of the afternoon, the annual Bristol Police Department and Bristol Prevention Coalition Halloween Walkabout went off as scheduled Sunday afternoon along lower State Street. more
It was a race that Kickemuit Middle School 8th grader Eleanor Lial was looking forward to as her final race as a middle schooler. What happened was, by some accounts, unprecedented. more
Bristol Sports Club President Elisio Castro said selecting Cidala Rodrigues as this year’s Woman of the Year was a no-brainer. more
From mostly abandoned, dangerous, and blighted, this large former industrial hub of downtown Bristol has become a heralded example of successful historic preservation and commercial redevelopment. more
Bristol Warren Superintendent Ana Riley and Bristol Warren Regional School Committee Chairperson Nicky Piper sat down with East Bay Media Group’s general manager, Scott Pickering, and Bristol/Warren editor Ethan Hartley to discuss some of the most crucial elements of the proposed $200M bond. more
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