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Bristol postpones Grand Illumination to Sunday night

Because of expected bad weather, Bristol has postponed its traditional "Grand Illumination," the night when it lights the lights downtown, to Sunday. Everything else about the schedule is expected to …
Bristol PD: A bike on the bridge causes disturbance
Bristol PD responded to multiple vehicular accidents and made multiple arrests between Nov. 21-28, 2022. Read More
Bristol PD's new system a game changer for missing persons
Some 2,000 children are reported missing in the United States each day. A new system now used by BPD can save valuable time in … Read More
A chance at another cup for RWU women's rugby
This weekend, the RWU women's rugby team will play for a chance to win the national D-II collegiate championship in Houston, Tex. Read More
What's this? A new skating rink in downtown Bristol
The Town of Bristol took the first steps to creating a public skating rink by constructing a rectangular shell in the center of … Read More
Deal places 18th at regional cross country championship
Mt. Hope cross country runner Jessica Deal placed 18th at the Nike Northeast Regional Cross Country Championship in Wattipager, New … Read More
Piper becomes new Bristol Warren school committee chair
Marjorie McBride and Karen Cabral voted in opposition, while the remaining members approved her nomination. Read More
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Year-round Farmers Market moves to new location

The weekly Mount Hope Farm farmers' market moves to its winter location this Saturday, Nov. 5, with vendors set up inside the historic barn. The market brings together dozens of local growers and …

Bristol Citizens Police Academy returns in January

The Bristol Police will be offering their free Citizens Police Academy, from Jan. 12 to March 16, 2023, a ten-week program that will meet on Thursday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.

New Thames Street gallery hosting numerous meet-the-artist events

Beginning in 2020, confined to their home, painting became an everyday escape for Gary and Suzi Graham.
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Obituaries
Sonia Inoue Sonia Wesson Whitin Inoue, age 70, of Colchester Vermont, died peacefully and surrounded by her loved ones on Thursday August 25, 2022 at the McClure Miller Respite House in Colchester. Born on Februa
Kristin Todd May 26, 1977 – November 30, 2022 |HAMILTON, MA – Kristin Ann Todd, 45, of Hamilton, MA, beloved wife of Matthew Patrick Todd, passed away November 30th, 2022, at Beverly Hospital with her
Marie Traverse East Providence|,92 of East Providence, passed away on Friday, November 18,2022 at Waterview Villa Nursing Home. Born August 31, 1930 in East Providence, she was the daughter of the late Joseph M. a
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Sports
Prolific Pacheco heralded as 'Huskies' best running back' Mt. Hope running back Brock Pacheco rushed for 154 yards and two touchdowns as Mt. Hope fell to Barrington 41-13 in the annual Thanksgiving Day game in front of a packed crowd at Dietz Field. Pacheco …
East Bay Warriors sending eight to national football contest Eight of the East Bay’s most hard-working gridiron athletes are off to Texas in a couple of weeks to compete in the U.S. Army Bowl.
Huskies’ warning to Eagles: ‘We feel good about our chances’ Can the Barrington High School football team make it six in a row? As Thanksgiving Day approaches, football fans across the East Bay may be wondering if the Eagles will continue their recent …
Huskies fall short against Coventry 36-33 Senior running back Brock Pacheco rushed for 160 yards, three touchdowns and a two-point conversion as the Mt. Hope football team ran out of time, falling to Coventry 36-33 in a high scoring non …
Opinion
Letter: Oh hail, the GOP's return to prominence

Welcome to the very slim Republican majority in the House of Representatives. Some voters eagerly await the restored elegance and wisdom of the Grand Old Party. Their slight ascendance was, of …

Letter: Discourse falls aside as name-calling and polarity reigns

September of 2016 was when Hilary Clinton famously said that half of Trump’s supporters was a basket of deplorables. True or not, it's certainly not a phrase likely to endear one to …

Letter: To many, ‘MAGA’ symbolizes anything but greatness

To the editor: When Peter Hewett invokes “MAGA” and claims “it is difficult to comprehend how anyone could possibly find fault with this acronym”, he displays the myopic …

Letter: The East Bay needs its own hospital

To the editor: Thomas Paine, the often quoted colonial newsman, once wrote, “If you are afraid to offend, you can't be honest.” Hospitals across the river and the Washington Bridge …

Letter: Thank you for supporting League candidate forums

To the editor: The League of Women Voters of Rhode Island would like to thank the candidates who participated and citizens who sent in questions for our forums in Bristol, Warren, Barrington and …

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