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The upcoming financial town meeting will mark the end of Julia Califano's long-time political career. Mrs. Califano will not be running for re-election as town moderator, a post she has held since … more
Yes, Bristol is having a parade on July 4. It will be smaller, quicker and earlier than anyone has seen in decades, but there will be a parade. Here's some of what you need to know if you're … more
People began to gather around 9:30 on Friday morning in Independence Park for the raising of a flag in honor of first-responders, an event sanctioned by the Bristol Town Council following a 4-1 vote … more
As has been the case in surrounding towns, fireworks are a frequent complaint from residents in Bristol. Following are excerpts from the Bristol police log of June 22 to 29. Monday, June … more
Steve Boyajian said he has truly enjoyed his time on the town council. The democrat who is not running for re-election said the experience of serving the town was very rewarding, as was working … more
The Black Lives Matter flag will soon fly in front of Warren Town Hall, after the Warren Town Council on Thursday evening unanimously lent its most visible support yet to a request to recognize a … more
Matthew G. Maetozo, Ph.D., a native of Bristol, R.I. and a veteran of World War II, died at the age of 93 on June 18, 2020, at the Bailey Family Center for Caring in St. Augustine, Fla. He … more
Four Barrington residents recently competed in the National Scholastic Athletics Foundation/athleticNET Virtual Qualifying series and Virtual National Championships. There were three virtual … more
WESTPORT — Town meeting won't be held at White's of Westport after all and it won't be held on a Tuesday night. Thanks in part to the persistence of Town Moderator Steven Fors, the Board of … more
Gov. Gina Raimondo’s Phase 3 guidance was released on Tuesday, allowing museums, along with movie theaters and bowling alleys, to reopen, within parameters. For some local museums, it’s … more
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