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A Serpentine Road resident who ran for Warren Town Council last fall to raise awareness of alleged negligence and wrongdoing by the Bristol County Water Authority has taken his case to the Rhode … more
William Pannoni has always wanted to run his own restaurant in Bristol. He soon will be. He and partner Lisa Paulino are busy remodeling and getting ready for a Jan. 17 opening in the spot most … more
The race for the House of Representatives District 68 seat is down to five hopefuls, after three candidates in Warren and two in Bristol filed nomination papers with their respective boards of … more
PORTSMOUTH — More than three months after it was first enforced, a boil-water advisory is still in effect for customers of the Prudence Island Water District (PIWD). The R.I. Department … more
Frank Murgo once told this reporter many years ago, “I always tell my teams to play smart football and give it all they’ve got.” That was the trademark of a winning football … more
Jacob Andreozzi scored a hat trick and Matt Spears added two more to lead Barrington past Mt. Hope, 5-3, in the 17th annual “J.P.” Medeiros Jr. Memorial Cup at Portsmouth Abbey Ice Arena on … more
It doesn’t have the dramatic profile of the Mt. Hope Bridge. Many people may not even notice that they are driving over a bridge when they head north on Hope Street out of downtown, past the … more
The downtown lights look so nice, and the Department of Public Works works so hard to put them up, and January is so cold and dark … can’t we keep downtown shining just a little bit … more
The East Bay Girls Co-op ice hockey team scored two goals in the first two minutes and rolled to a 6-0 victory over the Mount St. Charles/Cumberland/Lincoln Co-op team in the first of the two … more
The State of Rhode Island has approved the use of medical marijuana since 2006, but those privileges are not extended to residents of the Rhode Island Veterans’ Home. Six state and national … more
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