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EAST PROVIDENCE  — Weaver Library has added another use for its sprawling lawn, besides its seasonal farmers market and concert venue, with the recent installation of permanent structures … more
Cooper Spirlet shot a low score of 40 and won his match at the Old Scotland Links Golf Course in Bridgewater for the Westport golf team which lost to Bristol Plymouth 2-7 in a league match on … more
In 1947, a handful of Bristol’s finest firefighters got together and formed the Bristol Rescue Squad. Seventy-five years later, the team is going stronger than ever. more
A bounty of food, live music, and a prize-filled auction will highlight event honoring Warren’s nautical roots more
In a town built on its close ties to the water and tradition, the harbormaster wants to make it easier for fishermen and women to pass their family's legacy on to the next generation. At a recent … more
According to FBI crime data, Bristol’s latest top-spot stats include a violent crime rate of 0.23 per 1000 residents, while property crime is at 3.17 per 1000. more
Even as the Mayflower Wind project faces concern here over the routing of its electric cables up the Sakonnet River, a second project that could have a greater visual impact on the coast from … more
TIVERTON — Teams from LaSalle Academy were the winners of both the boys’ and girls’ Metropolitan Division cross country meet held Monday, Sept. 26, over the 3.1-mile layout on and … more
Barrington Police responded to Walker Farm on Tuesday, Sept. 20 for a dispute between a fisherman and a construction worker. Police said a construction worker had approached a man who was … more
After approving a new ordinance banning public consumption of marijuana, the Bristol Town Council began work on recreational marijuana zoning changes in the event that voters approve the referendum on election day. more
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