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Music filled the air inside the Kickemuit Middle School Auditorium Tuesday night as members of the sixth-grade band performed a series of tunes during its “First Performance” under the … more
Wind gusts blew a pine tree and light pole over two parked cars in the VFW parking lot off Creek Lane on Thursday afternoon. DPW workers were called to the scene to clear the debris off of the … more
While most of their classmates were tackling midterms this past Friday, Jan. 18, 12 freshmen students from Mt. Hope High School were taking on a much broader challenge as they worked to creatively … more
With the partial federal government shutdown continuing, Roger Williams University and its food service provider, Bon Appétit Management Company, will continue to provide weekly free hot meals … more
Bristol Police: There will be a parking ban in Bristol starting Saturday night at midnight to run through Sunday; Until further notice. more
Hats off to Jackie Katz and what she’s been able to achieve during her weekly Children’s Storytime program at the Rogers Free Library. Actually, it’s “hats-on” for … more
PORTSMOUTH — Employees of the Town of Portsmouth will not receive a discounted fare to ride the Prudence Island ferry, the Rhode Island Supreme Court has ruled.  In a decision … more
The local nonprofit organization Tap-In is looking for one or two people who can help the agency apply for grants.  Tap-In (Touch A Person In Need) provides free services to people in need in … more
The New England winter may have settled in, but the harsh weather does nothing to faze Chris Menton. All year long, the Criminal Justice professor at Roger Williams University can be found navigating … more
Taking in the initial sight of what would soon become the home of Canned Heat Craft Beer Company, Miles Wilson was feeling hesitant. Located at 52 Ferry St. in Fall River, the abandoned building was … more
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