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By Bruce Burdett Rising seas will soon — much sooner than anyone imagined — inundate beloved parts of Little Compton, Westport and Tiverton. A new forecast (see separate story) calls for an … more
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The Bristol Police Department responded to the following calls between March 13 and March 19: Monday, March 13 Police assisted with a “disorderly juvenile” who would not get in his … more
Gov. Gina Raimondo declined to declare a state of emergency or issue a travel ban, but urged Rhode Islanders to stay off the roads as a "major snow event" bears down on the state. "Stay home, stay … more
A winter storm warning and blizzard watch are in effect as a major winter storm moves into the area Tuesday morning. More than a foot of snow is likely to fall throughout the region when all is … more
The Bristol Police Department made the following arrests last week:John Manuel Almeida, 42, of 2 Scott Lane, Bristol, was arrested on a Superior Court bench warrant Feb. for failure to appear in … more
Former state Rep. Ray Gallison pleaded guilty to nine felony charges Thursday, and now faces the prospect of several years in federal prison. Chief Judge William Smith accepted Mr. gallison's plea … more
When voters approved a $17 million bond referendum last November, it included $2 million to build a new public marina to help curtail the long waiting list of boaters seeking a public place to tie up … more
Abutters of the South Burial Ground want to know more about clear-cutting that has been taking place at the town’s largest burying ground for the past week. So far, they’re getting few … more
Bristol’s 10 highest-paid employees last year earned an average of $110,000, according to numbers from the town finance office. Owing to overtime and detail pay, most of the top earners work in … more
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