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“You’ve gotta love trees and people to be in this business,” Frank Fales said as he secured a seven-foot Fraser to the car roof of a customer who joyfully announced, … more
PORTSMOUTH — After seven years in Middletown, Boss Man Burgers is back where it belongs, owner Jason Peters said. “It feels great to come back to Portsmouth. It’s been my … more
The hand-crafted nautical bracelets made with authentic marine-grade materials by Lemon & Line of Newport have been chosen as an official accessory for the 2017-2018 Volvo Ocean … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Benny’s announced earlier this week the sale of most of its properties to the Carpionato Group, nearly bringing about the end of the 93-year-old company’s existence in Rhode Island, … more
There are two fewer restaurant option in Warren, with the recent closure of two restaurants. McBlarney’s County Tap and Pink Pig BBQ, which share a building at 632 Metacom Ave., are both out of … more
Creating a safe, nurturing space for the youngest learners has been the cornerstone and mission of Barrington Early Childhood Center (BECC) since its inception in 1955.   BECC recently … more
A former Warren Town Council member pleaded no contest to operating under the influence and negligent operation charges Monday in Taunton District Court, about two weeks after she was pulled over for … more
Business leaders from across Rhode Island met at Warren’s AVTECH Wednesday evening to talk about the state of business in the Ocean State, and to discuss international trade possibilities and … more
A once popular upscale restaurant well-known to Bristol residents, the Hotpoint now stands as an artist cooperative retail store that features art from all mediums created by more than 30 local … more
In Bristol, it's 18. In Warren, it's 18. In East Providence, it's 18. But in Barrington, the minimum age to purchase tobacco is now 21.  At its meeting earlier this month, the … more
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