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After their Republican opponents denied taking part in a forum, Reps. Susan Donovan and June Speakman are hosting their own public forum, Leo’s Restaurant in Bristol on Nov. 3. more
Bristol police received multiple reports of stolen catalytic converters and came across a makeshift coffin for a deceased pet snake. more
When Rockwell Elementary student Lynden Ley was only 12 months old, he was already speaking in full sentences. 'He never stopped talking,' his mother said. more
Normally awarding a "Man of the Year," the Bristol Sports Club has instead named Jennifer Mancieri as their "Woman of the Year." more
McKee focused on recent legislative efforts to simultaneously boost renewable energy and the economy. Kalus criticized McKee's environmental record and sincerity. more
Lottie Colarusso turned 105 on Oct. 20, 2022 at Silver Creek Manor in Bristol. And she'd love to tell you about it. more
The O’Brien & Brough Distillery and Tasting Room is set to open on Nov. 19 in Bristol's Unity Park. more
Part three of a Q&A series with the eight Bristol candidates for three available seats on the school committee. more
Joseph Koger, a Seekonk resident and science teacher at Mt. Hope High School, was named Educator of the Year during the Audubon Society’s 125th Annual Meeting. more
The Mt. Hope volleyball team fell to East Providence 3-2 (25-22, 22-25, 25-10, 25-16, 15-17) in a five set marathon on Tuesday night. “It was a back and forth battle,” said Huskies head … more
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