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Bristol’s Mike Riley has the distinction of being one of just five certified World Squash Federation Referees, of which he is the only one in the United States. more
When Little Compton’s Ben Wilkie lost his life to colon cancer in the summer of 1994, his sister Caroline (Wilkie) Wordell channeled her heartache into action by creating the Ben Wilkie Memorial Tree Spree. more
Lifelong Bristolian and piano teacher Candy Alessandro has been teaching music to kids and adults since 1976. more
The Bristol Fourth of July Committee celebrates perennial volunteer Bob Squatrito with this year's Hattie Brown Award more
The new head of the Bristol Historical & Preservation Society is making the past fun and relevant for a new generation more
Allison Newsome’s bold and functional artwork finds a home in Thomas Park more
After fulfilling her dream of visiting Africa, Anne Wells founded Unite the World with Africa more
"There are a committed group of people who put their lives on hold to try to help these animals but not enough. The ramification of this means that animals that could be fixed and released would have to die, and that is not acceptable." more
After four concussions, Dylan Mello fights to keep other student athletes safe more
The Bristol Warren Education Foundation helps teachers fund exciting new ideas in the classroom more
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