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“It’s going to be a busy year around here,” said Herreshoff Marine Museum Executive Director Bill Lynn about the 2021 season that marks the 50th year of Herreshoff, the Museum (the … more
The Bristol Merchants Association (BMA) held its first event of the season last month, under slightly gray and chilly skies. Nonetheless, there was enough enthusiasm among organizers and attendees to … more
Editor's note: This letter was sent to members of the Warren Town Council, and Warren Town Manager Kate Michaud, on Thursday, April 8. As chair of the Veterans Honor Roll Committee, I must stand … more
Warren Town Council members voted unanimously Tuesday night to make no changes to the way the Town Common is regulated, saying they'll decide on a case by case basis what kind of events are and are … more
Nancy-Etta Muccino, 82, passed away Monday, May 10, 2021 at Rhode Island Hospital. Born in Providence, she was the daughter of the late Frank and Mary (Szeregowicz) Muccino and a lifelong resident of … more
TIVERTON — The Rhode Island Interscholastic League announced today that Tiverton High School senior Mariah Ramos is the 2020—21 recipient of the RIIL Student-Athlete of the Year Award … more
The Barrington High School football team will celebrate its Division II Super Bowl championship with the community during a special car parade on Friday afternoon, May 14.  The parade will … more
The percentage of Barrington residents who have been at least partially vaccinated against Covid-19 continues to climb.  According to information posted to the Rhode Island Department of … more
I am writing to thank the entire Bristol community for their ongoing support of The Autism Project (TAP) and the many autistic individuals, family members and care givers, educators, and other … more
The Town of Bristol hosted its 32nd coastal clean-up event on Saturday, May 1, and had about 120 very passionate volunteers turn out to support the effort. “We were pleasantly surprised by … more
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