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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
The Mt. Hope volleyball team came from battled back from two sets to beat Westerly 3-2 ( 22-25, 25-27, 25-13, 25-16, 15-8) in a marathon home match on Wednesday, then buried Juanita Sanchez 3-0 … more
Plans drafted initially called for the elimination of public vehicular access down Bradford Street between the schools. That plan was met with resistance, and is now being revised. more
A deluge of water during the rainstorm on Saturday, Oct. 21, combined with a sudden power surge that also affected other areas of Bristol, were contributing factors in the failure of a Bristol pumping station that proceeded to overflow and release about 11,250 gallons of untreated wastewater into Mt. Hope Bay. more
The East Bay residential real estate trend of decreasing housing units sold and decreasing days on market, driven by the Fed’s action to increase rates, continues unabated. Homeowners are … more
Voters will be asked to approve or deny a $200 million bond to build a new high school and make repairs to other district schools. Do you support this proposal at this time? more
A Tiverton native, Simmons has worked for many years as a wildlife educator, researcher, and rehabilitator with the Wildlife Clinic of Rhode Island. She has also worked for the Audubon Society of Rhode Island. more
It was a trip that was just not destined to go smoothly. more
PORTSMOUTH — Prudence Island residents had a lot to talk about during the Town Council’s annual excursion there Saturday morning — the status of the Mill Creek project, … more
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