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Roger Williams University today purchased the magnificent “Wind Hill” estate, nearly 20 acres with several buildings and a deepwater dock, overlooking Narragansett Bay at the southern end … more
The emotional legacies are different for different countries. Veterans’ Day can sometimes recall the lyrical longing in the famous last paragraph of “The Great Gatsby,” with a lot … more
East Bay Citizens for Peace was formed in March 2003 in opposition to going to war in Iraq. Since then, we have continued to hold monthly peace vigils and sponsor forums.  At our most recent … more
John Joyce Barker, 90, of Bristol died peacefully on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, at his home, surrounded by family.   Born on March 26, 1927, in Newport, he was the son of the late Edwin H. … more
Anthony S. “Tony” “Chubby” Annarummo, 76, passed away Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 with his loving companion life partner, Linda (Gabarra) DeAngelis, by his side. Born in Bristol, a son of the … more
Mrs. Irene T. (Martelly) Saviano, age 87, of Constitution Street, Bristol, died Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017, at St. Elizabeth’s Manor, Bristol. She was the wife of the late Vincent J. Saviano, Jr., … more
The fourth-graders at Guiteras Elementary School in Bristol got together to help make Jacob Thompson’s early Christmas a little brighter. Jacob is a terminally ill 9-year-old boy from Saco, Maine, who asked for Christmas cards so he could celebrate his last Christmas early. more
A once popular upscale restaurant well-known to Bristol residents, the Hotpoint now stands as an artist cooperative retail store that features art from all mediums created by more than 30 local … more
Bristol veterans rejoiced on Saturday during their annual Veteran's Day celebration and the ribbon cutting for their new home. The new hall was packed with veterans and their families as well as … more
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