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The New Year brings cold weather, quiet after the holiday revelry, and cutting back. After splurging on holiday presents, it’s time to tighten our budgets a little. This recipe for Mock Lobster … more
Tens of thousands of visitors stream into Bristol every summer, and not just for the Fourth of July Parade and related events, but also to enjoy the plethora of open space and waterfront access, and … more
A former Mt. Hope High School student who died in a tragic murder-suicide last week will be remembered during a candlelight vigil Sunday evening on the Bristol Town Common. Claire Randall, who was … more
One of my favorite comfort foods this time of year is a braised dish of beef, lamb or veal shanks. They make the house smell great and are delicious with the gravy spooned over mashed potatoes. Plus, … more
If it doesn’t already, it will certainly begin to look a lot like Christmas this weekend, when downtown Bristol is bathed in colorful lights after Saturday’s Grand Illumination. The … more
PORTSMOUTH — He’s making a list, checking it twice — and making the rounds in Portsmouth. Children will have plenty of opportunities to greet Santa Claus here … more
A Christmas tradition in Bristol for 36 years will be coming to an end this year— at least in its current form — but spectators have one last chance to experience the music of the Bristol … more
An evening of music, art, Christmas treats and, of course, Santa Claus, benefits families in need and kicks off the annual community aid drive. The Bristol Fire Department’s Ladies Auxiliary … more
It’s about to begin looking a lot like Christmas around Bristol, and not just downtown. The gazebo at Town Common will also get a festive facelift again this year, thanks to one local … more
An evening of music, art, Christmas treats and, of course, Santa Claus, benefits families in need and kicks off the annual community aid drive. The Bristol Fire Department’s Ladies Auxiliary … more
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