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Mt. Hope High School students made history for their school on Saturday, when they were the first to ever host a First Tech Challenge robotics competition not held on the New England Institute of … more
Newspapers are dying. I hear it all the time; on the news, from strangers, acquaintances, even from some customers. To be sure, it’s hard to hear … every single time. Not because this is … more
Warren Police Chief Peter T. Achilli will retire Friday after 36 years with the department, ending a career that began when he joined the force as a special police officer at age 19. Chief Achilli … more
PORTSMOUTH — Just one glance at Capt. Breezy Grenier’s extensive résumé and it becomes clear that she has never been one to follow the status quo. As a mariner, … more
It took nearly two years of self-study, work and introspection, but on Thursday the Warren Police Department became the 30th law enforcement agency in the state to become accredited. Accreditation … more
Pop, pop, pop! The sounds of the .22-caliber blank gun rang throughout Rockwell Elementary School, as volunteers from the Bristol Police Department, posing as ‘bad guys,’ stormed the … more
Video surveillance cameras captured footage of two men trying to break into Barrington residents' cars early Sunday morning, Jan. 5. A Barton Avenue resident called police at about 1:45 a.m. after … more
The Jan. 2, 2020, Bristol Phoenix had an admirable series of letters by Kickemuit Middle School students who were engaged in civics projects.  This student activity, which involves the … more
Eight-grade students at Kickemuit Middle School are working on a project called “Generation Citizen,” where the students identify an area to improve their community and state, and then … more
Patrick Usher may have the excavator all waiting to go, but the Lemuel C. Richmond/Usher Farmhouse in Bristol will not come tumbling down just yet, after the Bristol Historic District Commission held … more
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