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Join the Buzzards Bay Coalition on Sunday, March 20 at 6:15 p.m. for a sunset walk to welcome spring. more
A trip across the bay from Prudence Island may soon cost a bit more as the Bristol Town Council considers charging passengers a landing fee while seeking to renegotiate a lease agreement with ferry … more
A new public marina, better roads and sidewalks, less flooding and more open space are all on the agenda after November — if Bristol voters agree to borrow $17 million. Local bond referendum … more
Defiance Hose Company outlasted Drednaught Hook, Ladder & Hose Company to win the water battle during the annual Firemen's Field Day Sunday. In the annual competition, the companies face off in a … more
PRUDENCE ISLAND — Although they made it clear that Bristol is committed to keeping the Prudence Island ferry terminal in that town, Town Council members unanimously voted Saturday to form … more
PORTSMOUTH — A false distress call from a boat later found in a Bristol marina led to a large-scale search in Mt. Hope Bay Sunday afternoon. more
The town of Bristol’s proposed plan to expand the Church Street dock, adding 122 slips, has run into some roadblocks. At Monday’s Harbor Commission meeting, Harbormaster Gregg Marsili … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In its final acts as currently constituted, the East Providence City Council approved both the relicensing of the troubled Rumford Motor Inn and the planned open air amphitheater … more
Paying homage to the bay and harbor so many local residents use for work and play, the Bristol Harbormaster’s Office celebrated the third annual Harborfest at Rockwell Park Saturday. The … more
The Fourth of July Concert Series wraps up Sunday night at Independence Park with a local favorite, followed by the sounds of Billy Joel. The Falcoa Brothers kick things off at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at … more
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