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To the editor: What qualities do we look for in a candidate running for a seat on the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee? I will list a few examples of behaviors one candidate, Daryl … more
LITTLE COMPTON – The ban on Sunday shooting could soon come to a close for farmers, but not everyone, in Little Compton. The town council mulled easing restrictions during their virtual meeting … more
It’s a long day but a short-term commitment, and the election couldn’t happen without them. “The town requires about 100 people for this task,” said Town Clerk Lou Cirillo … more
The Warren Planning Commission will soon decide the fate of Settlers' Green, a large affordable housing development planned for a stretch of farmland just north of Frerichs Farm. The commission is … more
The Providence Water Supply Board wants to raise water rates 20 percent. The Bristol County Water Authority wants to end a century-old contract for water. Are they related? Yes. Does anyone care? Not … more
    EAST PROVIDENCE —  On Friday, Sept. 11, a City of East Providence employee saw a coyote on the property of the WHJY building/Eastern Avenue area acting strangely. … more
Shirley H. (Millard) Manchester Bell, 97, of Swansea, MA., died Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at home. She was the wife of the late Ralph E. Manchester and also the late William Bell. She was … more
It’s time to state what should be obvious to all. It is time for Bristol’s voters who value tradition and common sense to wake up and make the effort needed to know your candidates and … more
The annual Veterans Day ceremony in Barrington will probably be moved to a new location this year. A day after the Barrington United Veterans Council's was rebuffed in its request to the town … more
That statement could be proud and optimistic or shameful and deeply worrying.  This is our question in a divided America.  Are we in this game pulling together, or are we … more
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