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They had worked all year for this moment. During the early hours of March 7, 2009, Class of 2006 Barrington High School graduate Jessica Gordon clambered into the van alongside seven of her … more
Bristol police officers made five arrests for domestic-related incidents, including assault and disorderly conduct, from April 8 to 14. They also arrested one person for drunk driving. Monday, … more
In what Chief Brian Peters dubbed one of the “most entertaining” training sessions he’d ever attended, Erin McDonough, director of NaloxBox, an organization that seeks to improve … more
Despite rumors to the contrary, the state has no plans to close Route 114 over Silver Creek this summer. In fact, they have no plans at all, at the moment — the job to rebuild the … more
The pipeline that supplies water to thousands of Barrington, Warren and Bristol residents is leaking nearly 300,000 gallons per day, and officials say it could be a long and expensive haul to repair … more
The stalemate between the parent company of Stop & Shop Supermarkets and five local unions of United Food & Commercial Workers in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut concluded a sixth day … more
Bristol will once again open its arms to welcome those participants in the upcoming British Motor Car Festival on June 7 and 8. According to Michael T. Byrnes, local organizer of the event since … more
“We’ve seen a few people come and go, not as many as you’d expect," said Michael Rego, assistant grocery manager, picketing at the Metacom Avenue Stop & Shop in Bristol, where … more
Following are arrests and incidents from the Bristol Police log from April 1 to 7. Officers made several arrests, charging people with domestic assacult, simple assault, disorderly conduct, and … more
Next year’s Bristol property tax bills are the result of two factors: 1. Your new assessed value; 2. The town’s new tax rate, which will be finalized next month. Because … more
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