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Town Administrator Steven Contente has cut the senior center director’s salary in half after saying she was “double dipping” by taking salary from a substance abuse prevention grant … more
As Bristol residents will soon find out, the cost of trash pickup in the town will be increasing for the next year. A letter will be enclosed in this year’s real estate tax bill that states … more
Bristol Town Beach has been closed to swimming due to a sewage leak, the town announced Tuesday morning. Town officials found a small leak in a sewer line near the parking area for the beach and … more
Two historic buildings along Bristol’s waterfront are about to get a major facelift thanks to a public-private partnership and the investment of experienced historic preservationists. The … more
Construction on the Prudence Island Ferry dock is entering its final stages and should wrap up in a week or two, music to the ears of Prudence residents and visitors who have been losing patience … more
The Bristol Conservation Commission is creating a tree map of Bristol, and it needs your help. The trees will be mapped as a part of the town’s Tree Management Plan. Mapping the trees will … more
The ongoing facelift of the Wood Street area aiming to beautify the neighborhood and revitalize the business climate recently got a financial boost and is drawing attention from state officials … more
The Warren Town Council extended a fiscal olive branch to Bristol and the Bristol Warren Regional School Department Tuesday, inviting both to discuss the establishment of a school taxing authority to … more
Former state Rep. Raymond Gallison has asked for a maximum sentence of three years in prison, according to paperwork filed in federal court, turnto10.com reports. Mr. Gallison is scheduled to be … more
After 17 hours of testimony over several months on a single coffee shop proposal, Bristol Zoning Board members finally came to a decision Thursday night. And then they chose not to make it. The … more
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