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George E. Garvin Jr., 57, of Bristol, R.I., passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, Sept. 16 2021. A lifelong resident of Bristol, he was the son of Lydia (Travers) Garvin and the late George E. Garvin … more
The Mt. Hope boys cross country team beat East Providence and Tiverton in a home dual meet at the Bristol Town Beach on Monday, to start the season off at 2-0.  The Huskies took the first six … more
The unexpected resignation of interim Superintendent of Schools Robert Hicks from his role in the Bristol Warren Regional School District on Tuesday was a surprise to most everyone in the district. … more
PROVIDENCE — A leak of partially untreated wastewater from the East Providence facility off Bullocks Point Avenue in Riverside Thursday, Sept. 16, led to the Rhode Island Department of … more
George Paul Palazio Jr., 75, of Warren, R.I., formerly of Smithfield, R.I., passed away, Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021, at home after a long battle with cancer. Born in Fall River, Mass., he was the son … more
The time for diplomatic nuance and PC deference is past. I stand opposed to critical race theory (CRT) ideology infiltrating the public school curriculum. It is divisive, destructive and … more
An incident that took place on Aug. 26 on Market Street has resulted in the death of one man involved. more
What we can learn from the plight of a small, marsh-dwelling bird? more
The Saltmarsh Sparrow has nested in low-lying salt marshes in the Northeast for thousands of years. Climate change and rising sea levels now threaten their existence. more
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