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PORTSMOUTH—The Roger Williams Women's rugby team won the Division II Beast of the East cup championship by crushing University of Albany 38-5 at Glen Farm in Portsmouth on Sunday. The RWU girls had … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Continuing its quest to enhance its section specifically, but the greater city as well, the Riverside Renaissance Movement is teaming up with the Community College of Rhode … more
Scores of people filed into Bristol House of Pizza Monday afternoon and into the evening to help celebrate the restaurant’s 40th anniversary. Local officials, including Town Administrator … more
PORTSMOUTH — John Vitkevich now has an ally in his quest to get rid of all those “ugly” blue RhodeWorks signs in Portsmouth and the surrounding area: the Town Council. The … more
The Board of Directors of the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame today announced the selection of ten prominent Rhode Islanders for membership in the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame. The Hall … more
A Bristol legend passes away, a car goes for a dip, a group of local students head to the world championships, and some randy teens are caught stealing their needed prophylactics. These are just some … more
One thing about Bristol native John Ratier, he’ll always go that extra mile. This remarkable athlete, who’ll turn 60 in October, just completed his 35th consecutive Boston Marathon, a … more
The Bristol Police Department responded to the following calls between April 10 and April 16: Monday, April 10 A truck was broken into on Metacom Avenue around 9:30 a.m. Nothing was reported … more
Hector, Sir! When anyone mentions those two words, it’s pretty much a given people know exactly whose identity it is. Edmund P. Massa, better known as “Hector,” to family and … more
The following open houses are scheduled in towns around the East Bay this weekend: Barrington           38 Old River Road — Sunday, April … more
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