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Barrington police issued a warning to the Talbots store in the Barrington Shopping Center on Tuesday, Feb. 28, for violating the plastic bag ban. A resident stopped into the station and showed … more
With its historic locations, museums and picturesque neighborhoods — and, of course, its patriotic reputation — Bristol has been named one of the 33 most scenic towns in North America by … more
Benny’s stores, for 93 years a unique family-owned fixture in Rhode Island, Connecticut and Southeastern Massachusetts retailing, will cease operations at all locations, effective at the close … more
Businesses in Belltower Plaza are fully operating again after last week’s roof collapse, and want wary customers to know the building is safe for them to return. Part of the Metacom Avenue … more
TIVERTON — Tiverton’s town-supported weekly curbside trash pickup system could soon be replaced by a fee-based system and higher costs for residents’ trash disposal. It’s one answer … more
A controversial proposal to build a new, free-standing Dunkin’ Donuts in Gooding Plaza is back before the Bristol Zoning Board of Review Thursday, and residents finally get their say after … more
More than a month ago, the family that owned and operated Ava Anderson Non Toxic announced it was cutting ties to the business.The Andersons, who live in Barrington, said they were moving on and that … more
Mario and Paul Mancieri opened Leo's Ristorante on Valentine's Day, 2000. Formerly the Golden Goose, the restaurant at the corner of Hope Street and Church Street has seen its menu and footprint grow in the last 16 years. Tonight, they'll celebrate that birthday by bringing back some old favorites from their first years in business. more
After a parade of residents and public safety personnel expressed their opposition — in some cases, anger — to a proposed new Dunkin’ Donuts in Gooding Plaza during a meeting that … more
A handful of businesses are looking for new space after the Bristol Industrial Park informed them it is closing down a group of buildings in the park. The business owners received word of the … more
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