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State Rep. Kenneth Marshall (District 68-Bristol and Warren) responded to a complaint filed with the Rhode Island Board of Elections alleging he improperly used campaign funds by refuting all … more
Expenses for trips to Palm Beach, New Hampshire, Vermont and Quebec that were supposedly not reported on ethics filings; thousands of dollars on food and drinks for fundraising expenses, including … more
Edward Sardinha, 87, of Franklin Street, Bristol, passed away on June 19, 2018, at home. He was the husband of Virginia (Sousa) Sardinha.    Born in Bristol, he was the son of the late … more
Charlie Enright’s Vestas 11th Hour Racing showed great patience and sailed a clean race for a victory in the Gothenburg In-Port Race on Sunday.But it was Xabi Fernández’s MAPFRE … more
Ms. Ann J. (Burke) Travers, age 78, of Bristol, died Monday, June 18, 2018, at R.I. Hospital surrounded by her loving family.  Born in Fall River, Mass., and a lifelong Bristol resident, she was … more
Arthur A. Manuel, 58, of Peckham Place passed away suddenly on June 18 at R.I. Hospital surrounded by his family. Son of the late Arthur A Manuel III, and the late Annette (Fontaine) … more
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The East Bay Girls Lacrosse 7/8 Blue team won the RIYLL State Championship on June 17, defeating South County 13-8. Reilly Curran dominated on the draw, winning possession for East Bay throughout … more
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