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Former Deputy Police Chief and its current Town Administrator, Contente's selection is the result of a lifelong dedication to family, and the Town of Bristol. more
Bristol Police made three arrests, including one resulting from a fight, between March 20-27, 2023. more
It’s every used car buyer’s nightmare. You spend thousands on a vehicle, hoping you got a good deal for a car that will meet your needs for several years — then everything that can go wrong, does go wrong. more
To the editor: Spring is in the air and Bristol Blooms is ready at the helm for its 11th year of beautifying our historic downtown with blooming flower baskets and festive holiday wreaths. We … more
To the editor: Last week, local television station WJAR Channel 10 featured a story regarding the problems that smaller fire departments across Rhode Island are facing regarding recruitment and … more
“I think most people, when they see a cop, they think, ‘uh oh’," said one participant. “I won’t do that anymore.” more
This year marks the 400th anniversary of the friendship and pact formed between Plymouth Colony's leader Edward Winslow and the Massasoit Ousamequin, which enabled America as we know it today to be formed. more
The Barrington Land Conservation Trust kicks off its 2023 Land Trust Learning Series on Monday, April 3, at 6:30 p.m. with a presentation on saltmarsh degradation by Mark Bertness at the Barrington … more
A group of more than two dozen local advocates for youth and community theater gathered to advocate for the future use of 2nd Story Theatre, which currently sits in private hands and is up for sale. more
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