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A group of students from around the state are spending their summer not on a beach or in an online world, but rather in a historic warehouse building in Bristol where some of the world’s … more
A man working at the Prudence Island Ferry dock on Thames Street was rushed to the hospital after reportedly being thrown from a bucket truck on the dock. The man, a private contractor hired by … more
Despite a ban on pedestrians on the Mt. Hope Bridge, local residents and visitors routinely trudge up to the top of the bridge to take in the breath-taking view, only to be escorted off by the police … more
Barrington resident David Winsor has been keeping an eye on the ospreys in Allin's Cove for years.  Initially, he was a "casual observer" of the platforms that had been installed in the cove … more
Once on the cusp of eradication, ospreys continue to make an impressive recovery in the Ocean State. And nowhere else in Rhode Island did more ospreys fledge last year than in Barrington. … more
Bristol Town Beach has been closed to swimming due to a sewage leak, the town announced Tuesday morning. Town officials found a small leak in a sewer line near the parking area for the beach and … more
Two historic buildings along Bristol’s waterfront are about to get a major facelift thanks to a public-private partnership and the investment of experienced historic preservationists. The … more
A flash flood warning has been issued for most of the East Bay as strong thunderstorms roll into the area Wednesday afternoon. Heavy — at times, torrential — rain is expected to … more
A pickup truck was fully submerged Monday evening after rolling into the harbor at the end of State Street while its owner was attempting to put his boat in the water. There were no … more
A packed house took in the final concerts at Independence Park Monday night as fan favorites Trinity and SIXWIRE closed out the Bristol Fourth of July Concert Series. Trinity Trinity is … more
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