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Chloe Watson of Bristol, a senior at Bay View Academy and a member of the Bengals crew team, signed a National Letter of Intent to row at the University of Rhode Island. This fall, she recorded a … more
Imagine not knowing you had a child for nearly 50 years. That was the plight of local resident Tony Ribeiro, who discovered recently that he had a son following a relationship he had with a … more
A new addition to Bristol’s holiday decor is a lobster pot tree on the State Street dock. The tree was first erected two years ago after being proposed by Lynn Shaw, proprietor of Harbor Bath … more
“Ever since I was a kid, every restaurant I walked into, I would imagine what I would do with it,” said Richie Corrente, who lives in Bristol with his wife Caroline and children William … more
For the longest time, Katherine Bowers couldn’t understand why her daughter, Kendra, was so uptight about the family’s plastic water bottle usage. While Kendra was religiously using her … more
Amelia Tayeh feels privileged to be a citizen of two nations — the United States and Lebanon.“I call two countries home; some people have no home,” said Mr. Tayeh, who will be … more
It’ll be a new year and a new outlook for business owners and consumers in 2019, as Bristol institutes a resolution to be a little greener. Beginning Jan. 1, the town will officially put into … more
The Mt. Hope wrestling team placed third, scoring 158 points as they hosted the annual Sharon Lombardo Holiday Tournament to kick off the season on Saturday. Franklin High School placed first scoring … more
The shakeup in District 68 continues, as one of the declared candidates to replace Laufton Ascencao has backed out less than a week after declaring his intention to run. Bristol Town Councilor … more
The East Bay Co-op girls ice hockey team turned a 2-0 deficit into a 3-2 victory against LaSalle Academy on Saturday night, Dec. 8. LaSalle opened up a 2-0 lead against the Eagles and held that … more
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