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A Warren man who sued the town after he damaged his motorized scooter by steering it into a hidden pothole last May said he’ll probably accept a $2,000 settlement offer authorized by the Warren … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — A move to stall the implementation of a monthly water billing cycle by Ward 4 representative Brian Faria at the Tuesday, March 21, city council meeting never materialized, the … more
The average Bristol homeowner would pay about $60 more a year in property tax if the Town Council approves Town Administrator Steven Contente’s budget. The Town Council continued its … more
Just two days after the Barrington School Committee voted through a budget that did not include funding for the school start time initiative, a legislator from North Kingstown submitted a bill that … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The long awaited and much anticipated analysis of the East Providence High School structure will made be known to the public at a special session of the school committee to be … more
In November, Barrington residents voted in favor of building a new middle school in town, as they approved a referendum question during the general election. On Thursday night, residents again … more
The Bristol Warren Joint Finance Committee voted Thursday to increase the two towns' financial commitment to the school district by 2 percent, or just over $700,000. The increase was half of what the … more
There is a special financial town meeting in Barrington tonight, March 16, and the construction of a new middle school hangs in the balance. The meeting — it will be held at the Barrington … more
A group of local artists continues to negotiate a 10-year lease with the town that could free up a half million dollars to help create an arts and cultural center in the former Walley School on High … more
It is not yet clear whether the damage caused by Tuesday's nor'easter will force a third day of canceled classes at Barrington Middle School. Officials called off classes for Wednesday after … more
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