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An intelligence officer who has served the Marine Corps throughout the world will make a stop in Bristol for the Fourth of July to deliver this year’s Patriotic Address, the Bristol Fourth of … more
It's an evening of rock and soul at Independence Park tonight, followed by annual favorite Songs in the Attic, singing the tunes of Billy Joel. SIRSY Thursday, June 29, 6:30 p.m. SIRSY … more
The lines are painted on Hope and High streets, patriotic bunting is appearing all over town, and even the Mt. Hope Bridge is about to be draped in the stars and stripes as Bristol prepares for its … more
Whether you like funk, rock, dance or rhythm and blues, there is something for everyone at tonight's installment of Fourth of July Concert Series. The World Premier Band Wednesday, June … more
One of the most popular musicians in the Fourth of July Concert Series makes her return to Independence Park Tuesday, followed by another popular local band making its Bristol debut as the concert … more
If you’ve researched in a state far from home, you know how annoying it can be (and expensive if you have to send $24 or more every time you want a vital record mailed to you.And, expenses … more
The Fourth of July Concert Series resumes Monday night with a New England groove band making their Bristol, followed by a Concert Series veterans Northeast Traffic. Blue Light Bandits Monday, … more
Independence Park goes country Sunday night when two southern bands take the stage, one of which is a national TV star. The following bands are scheduled to perform Sunday when the Bristol Fourth … more
Swing to the oldies Saturday night as the Fourth of July Concert Series resumes at Independence Park. The following bands arew scheduled to perform Saturday: The Patterson Smith Rashid Quartet … more
The Buzzards Bay Coalition’s 24th annual Buzzards Bay Swim, scheduled for this morning, Saturday, June 24, has been cancelled due to unsafe weather conditions. The Coalition and safety personnel … more
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