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Barrington's summer concert series has been warmly received, and may lead to additional, smaller concerts in the future. Barrington Town Council President Michael Carroll said the summer concert … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The City Council at its meeting Tuesday night, Aug. 15, gave first approval to a planned referendum to be presented to voters this fall, which would authorize the administration … more
Warren’s largest public employees union has cast a vote of no confidence in Warren Town Manager Jan Reitsma. The membership of the United Steelworkers Local 14845, which represents employees at … more
Louis Del Sesto is dreading the arrival of Sept. 5. The owner of Ecig Shed on Maple Avenue said his business will be destroyed by the town council's new ordinance, which, in part, raises the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The City Council, at a special session held Wednesday night, Aug. 9, approved the vast majority of 29 so-called “substantive” amendments recommended by the Charter Review … more
Barrington Town Manager Jim Cunha said the town recently passed the 30 percent mark in recycling. Having hit that milestone, the town earned a $2-per-ton rebate on its tipping fee at the central … more
A smoother ride is coming to certain parts of Barrington. At its recent meeting, the town council approved a bid from J.H. Lynch for $1.516 million to repave a number of roads in Barrington. The … more
LITTLE COMPTON — Suspense and hard work dating back to 2014 will culminate Saturday, August 5, when the new town recreation field will be dedicated (rain date is Sunday).  It will be a ceremony accompanied by some serious hoopla extending into the evening — comments about honorees, for whom the field, tennis courts, and walking path will be named, two soccer games, a chicken barbecue, hot dogs, music, and fireworks. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In a press release issued Thursday afternoon, Aug. 3, former state representative Roberto “Bob” DaSilva announced his intention to run for Mayor of East Providence in the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Municipalities around the state, including East Providence, have incurred an increase in charges for trash disposal and the tab is only going to grow again next year.At the … more
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