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Monday, Dec. 22 Its trailer flipped but the truck cab remained upright in an 8:56 a.m. accident on Lake Road. There were no injuries by power was knocked out in the area. Leonard M. Oliveira, 48, of Fall River, was charged with … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — As we turn the page on current year in East Providence and begin the next chapter titled 2015 in city, here's a look back at the 14 most noteworthy stories of 2014. The stories are listed in no particular order of importance. … more
Those willing to brave the frigid waters of Bristol Harbor on New Year's Day can help make a wish come true for a sick kid. The annual plunge into the icy waters off Bristol Town Beach is scheduled for New Year's Day, along with a host of other … more
There were dramatic crashes and dramatic rescues. New businesses moved into town while others closed up shop. There were salacious crimes, and a change in the town's political landscape. The stories that captured Bristol readers in … more
R. Michael Sullivan has announced his bid for reelection to the Board of Selectman. Mr. Sullivan was elected in 2012 and currently serves as the board’s clerk.  His duties also include acting at the board’s liaison to the School … more
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