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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
An incident that took place on Aug. 26 on Market Street has resulted in the death of one man involved. 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
Host Kevin Centazzo, aka Kevin from Bristol, speaks with Bristol Porchfest Co-Chair Nancy Kellner and Co-Technical Director Joe Caron on the highly popular event coming to downtown Bristol this … more
Emergency vehicles from around New England showed up to a procession honoring the late Brian Remy last week. more
Warren Police activity from Sept. 6 to Sept. 12 more
Thrive Outside, a nonprofit dedicated to utilizing outdoor space to enhance children's education, will host a mud run on Sunday, Sept. 19 at Frerichs Farm in Warren. more
The Warren Town Council voted unanimously to revoke the liquor license of the Italo American Club during a show cause hearing on Tuesday night, following an emotional evening of testimony from … more
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