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Smooth sailing under the bridge. Smooth sailing over the bridge. Crews removed the jersey barriers from the center of the White Church Bridge late last month and opened the span to — at … more
The school traffic zone around Colt Andrews School is now marked with flashing signs on historic Hope Street, the installation of which was approved without input from the full Historic District … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — At what was scheduled to be its penultimate meeting as currently constituted the East Providence City Council initiated the process of refurbishing the visibly rusted and eye-sore landmark water tower in … more
There is a flurry of activity on Upland Way near the Maria del Campo Cemetery and when it's all said and done the town will have more than 12 acres of open space that will be used for passive … more
In addition to the ongoing daily lane closures, night-time closures on the Mt. Hope Bridge are set to begin, which will occasionally shut down the bridge entirely for a short time. The Rhode … more
The Bristol Phoenix is convening a moderated forum with the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee (BWRSC) candidates on Thursday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m.  All six Bristol-based candidates for the … more
More than 100 people came together Friday afternoon to celebrate a rare honor indeed — downtown Warren’s designation as one of the top five neighborhoods in the country. Last month, … more
The Bristol Phoenix is convening a moderated forum with the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee (BWRSC) candidates on Thursday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. All six Bristol-based candidates for the … more
After a cordial beginning during which Antonio Teixeira presented Steven Contente with a 20-year service coin for his time as a Bristol Police officer, the candidates for Town Administrator got down … more
On Wednesday, Oct. 26, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., there will be a School Start Time Information Night at Barrington High School in the John R. Gray Auditorium. This will be an opportunity for the … more
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