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  • Go Gray in May 5K supports National Brain Tumor Society
    Go Gray in May 5K supports National Brain Tumor Society
    May isNational Brain Tumor Awareness Month, and on Saturday, May 2, 2015 the first annualGo Gray in May 5Kwas held in Bristol, NH.Over 150 runners and walkers, many with children in strollers and dogs on leashes, gathered in Kelley Park totake a...
  • The Bristol Herald Courier is available online again.
    Tri-Cities residents can access Bristol Herald Courier online again
    The Bristol Herald Courier,the Tri-Cities’ hometown newspaper, announced Monday that they will once again be providing an online issue for the public on HeraldCourier.com. Besides access to news and articles, there will be some helpful...
  • BVU fraud: What a tangled web
    BVU fraud: 'What a tangled web we weave'
    Bristol area residents have been closely following the fraud cases recently discovered at Bristol Virginia Utilities Authority (BVU). Robert James Kelley, Jr. and David Copeland, the two former BVU vice-presidents accused of taking kickbacks in...
  • Go Gray in May 5K
    Take a step forward in the fight against brain tumors at the Go Gray in May 5K
    There are over 700,000 people in the United States living with a primary brain tumor, several of them have connections to the Newfound area of New Hampshire. To honor and support those who have been affected, the first annual Go Gray in May 5K...
  • Bristol, Virginia, residents don't seem too happy right now
    Bristol, Virginia, folks don't seem too happy right now
    People living in Bristol, Virginia, seem discontented lately. Almost everyone you talk to appears to be unhappy with how things are going in their city. A sense of hometown pride and nostalgia makes this premise hard to accept, however, the...
  • Tri-Cities retail boom not supported by jobs
    Tri-Cities shopping center glut: Officials and experts add to doubts
    Residents of the Tri-Cities have expressed concern about the number of large shopping centers popping up around the area. With all of these new retail facilities, the area is not experiencing adequate job growth. Sullivan County Mayor Richard...
  • Grocery store wars are just beginning in the Tri-Cities
    Tri-Cities grocery wars are just beginning
    Tri-Cities residents are beginning to sense something changing in the grocery segment of theirarea economy. New stores are opening with rumors running rampant of more stores coming soon.Times News.netcovered the January grand opening of Aldi in...
  • Bristol, Virginia schools face major cuts as city pumps funds into The Falls
    Bristol, Virginia schools face major cuts as city pumps funds into The Falls
    The Bristol Virginia Schools are expecting a shortage of funds in the amount of $900,000 for the 2015-2016 school year. Tri-Cities News.com reported Sunday that Superintendent Rex Gearheart anticipates serious cuts in federal and state funding to...
  • P&S Country Crafts
    The holidays make everyone a little bit batty
    Did you know New Hampshire is home to eightdifferent kinds of bats?Bats caneat 50% of their own body weight each night. That equals about 1,500 mosquitoes per bat, every night. Can you imagine a better natural mosquito repellent than a bat? (I...
  • Downtown Bristol: Manna Bagel is an old friend
    Downtown Bristol: Manna Bagel is an old friend
    There is nothing that feels as wonderful as getting together with old friends, especially during the holidays. The Bristol City Buzz was at Manna Bagel in Downtown Bristol this week to do just that with two other Bristol natives, Donna Odum...
  • Newfound Area Weekend Events
    Newfound area events and things to do December 5th & 6th
    There are plenty of fun things to do and events to attend in the Newfound Region of New Hampshire during all four seasons. From live music to road races, craft shows to birthday parties for turtles, there is always something fun going on in this...
  • Carriage rides in Downtown Bristol at Monday Open House
    Downtown Bristol offers horse and buggy rides at Christmas Open House
    There will be horse and buggy rides available once again in Downtown Bristol on Monday night at the annual Christmas Open House.Tri-Cities News.comreported on Sunday that a one-way trip up State Street will only cost $2.00. For a round trip, the...
  • Weekend roundup of events in the Newfound Area October 23-26
    Weekend roundup of events and things to do in the Newfound Area October 23-26
    CLICK HEREto find more events andThings To doaround the Newfound Region of New Hampshire.Event details may change without the venues notifying us. Please check with event holder for information and confirmation.THURSDAY, OCTOBER23, 2014Art Show:...
  • Bass Pro Shop is the place to be in Bristol
    Bass Pro Shops is the place to be in Bristol, Tennessee
    When Bass Pro Shops opened in The Pinnacle shopping center in Bristol, Tennessee, it quickly began to position itself as a community gathering place. The 500 acre development will eventually have over 1 million square feet of retail, dining and...
  • Common Core meeting to be held in Bristol on Thursday night
    Common Core meeting in Bristol Thursday night: Citizens are very upset
    There will be a meeting about the Common Core curriculum in Bristol, Tennessee, on Thursday night, Oct. 23.The Common Core Meeting-Action TimeFacebook page announced Wednesday that the meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at Avoca Christian Church...
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