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Residents and visitors are invited to Barrington's "Heritage Weekend," which will feature bus tours, walking tours and an historical exhibit at the public library.  "Heritage Weekend," which … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In what he termed a “mission statement” on the upcoming formulation of the 2017-18 Fiscal Year budget, Ward 3 City Councilman Joe Botelho at the body’s June 6 meeting … more
The ongoing facelift of the Wood Street area aiming to beautify the neighborhood and revitalize the business climate recently got a financial boost and is drawing attention from state officials … more
The Warren Town Council extended a fiscal olive branch to Bristol and the Bristol Warren Regional School Department Tuesday, inviting both to discuss the establishment of a school taxing authority to … more
Former state Rep. Raymond Gallison has asked for a maximum sentence of three years in prison, according to paperwork filed in federal court, turnto10.com reports. Mr. Gallison is scheduled to be … more
PORTSMOUTH — A public hearing on the 2017-2018 municipal budget for Portsmouth will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 14, in the Town Council chambers at Town Hall. more
PORTSMOUTH — Saying the increased number of vehicles going in and out of town-owned Glen Farm has caused “dangerous traffic conditions,” Police Chief Thomas F. Lee has asked … more
PORTSMOUTH — Two positions will be up for election when the Portsmouth Water and Fire District holds its annual election of officers on Wednesday, June 14. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. … more
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation was in town last month to discuss future improvements to Nayatt Road. Officials said the Nayatt Road repaving project was scheduled to be advertised … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — A South County developer is seeking to build condominiums on the long vacated site of the former B&B Tavern located on Massasoit Avenue. According to documents submitted for … more
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