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PORTSMOUTH — A final design plan for the proposed Aquidneck Island Bikeway favors using a route through Melville Park, according to a report the Aquidneck Island Planning Commission (AIPC) presented to the Town Council Monday night. The … more
The man who led the Barrington Department of Public Works for the last decade has resigned. Alan Corvi, who served as the director of the DPW, said he submitted his letter of resignation to Barrington Town Manager Peter DeAngelis on … more
Above: Smoking would be banned at Sandy Point Beach if a Portsmouth town ordinance is approved. PORTSMOUTH — The town took a step closer Monday night in banning smoking at Sandy Point Beach and other town-owned recreational properties. … more
PORTSMOUTH — Data collectors will be visiting all town buildings starting next month as part of the state-mandated full revaluation program. The Town of Portsmouth has hired Vision Government Solutions Inc. to complete the revaluation, … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence City Council has narrowed its field of candidates to fill the City Manager position full time to a group of five, three of whom interviewed with elected officials Tuesday, Aug. 18, at City Hall. … more
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