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The Coronavirus pandemic  prevented St. Elizabeth Church from holding their Santo Cristo feast in June. Not to disrupt the tradition, they have organized a shorter and different program, but one … more
Bristol's High Hopes farm is aptly named, and Jennifer Bristol, resident farmer, keeper of vegetables, bees, and hens, has recently doubled her population of goats.The longtime 4H volunteer has been … more
Like everything else, the 2020 edition of Bristol's Patriotic Exercises were different. Choked with emotion, speaker after speaker celebrated the coup that was the fact that Bristol was having a … more
"I've always liked hanging out in graveyards," admits Joan Quinn, dressed in a full-length hooded black cape and clutching a lantern while standing in front of the old State House on the Town Common … more
PORTSMOUTH — Town councils from Portsmouth and Bristol have both unanimously approved a resolution proposed by local resident John Vitkevich, urging the R.I. Turnpike and Bridge Authority … more
BRISTOL — The Bristol Town Council voted unanimously on  Wednesday, Aug. 7, to ask the Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority (RITBA) to install superstructure lights on the Mt. Hope … more
PORTSMOUTH/BRISTOL — In 1980, Hummock Avenue resident John Vitkevich purchased four placemats that featured a photograph of the Mt. Hope Bridge taken from the Bristol Ferry area of … more
PORTSMOUTH — When Brian Peters unexpectedly retired as deputy police chief in March 2018 after 20 years on the force, Police Chief Thomas Lee remarked that he had always wanted his … more
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