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Last Saturday night, in a jam-packed banquet room, a couple hundred people squeezed elbow to soup bowl for a three-hour celebration of community. The occasion was the Bristol Sports Club’s … more
A week ago, it would have been difficult to imagine the spectacle of three teachers sitting before the school committee, like defendants before the jury, their careers, reputations and incomes … more
There’s only one reason the Barrington School Department can demand Covid-19 vaccinations of all employees — because so many of its employees are already vaccinated. If the district … more
The actions of the Bristol Warren School Committee deserve scrutiny regarding the school resource officer situation developing at Kickemuit Middle School. more
Nestled in our story about the rogue high school Halloween dance is a figure deserving of more attention. According to Mt. Hope High School Principal Deborah DiBiase, the school has confirmed … more
Best month of the year in New England? While July gets a lot of love, and September is a favorite for many, October should be in everyone’s top-three. Consider the opportunities in the next … more
Government processes can be extensive and take lots of time — and that's a good thing in the case of whether or not to revoke the liquor license of the Italo-American Club in Warren. more
One of the strengths of any well-run town is citizen involvement, and Westport could use a bit more of that at the moment. Though the town has a deep well of volunteer talent, at least 20 spots on … more
Three years ago, the Barrington town manager floated a proposal to more than double the fee for 6-year-olds to chase a soccer ball across a bumpy patch of grass, or smack a T-ball through a scratchy … more
The Bristol Warren Regional School Committee is a mess. Even the nine people sitting in those seats should admit that. Aside from the string of controversies running through the school department … more
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