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The man known as Cool Moose passed away on Sunday night, March 20. Robert J. Healey, the longtime Barrington resident, former Warren School Committee chairman and founder of Rhode Island's … more
Former State Rep. Ray Gallison allegedly transferred money from a client’s estate into his own account, and appears to have been hiding more than $700,000 from the estate by the time he … more
Democrat Susan Donovan and Republican Antonio Avila won their respective primary elections and will square off in November along with Libertarian Analee Berretto for the District 69 state … more
Part of the proposed plan to push school start times at Barrington High School and Middle School to 8:15 a.m. included shifting the start time at Hampden Meadows School (grades 4 and 5) to 9:30 … more
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 — Barring push back from the national organization, the renovated parcel of land at the rear of Pierce Memorial Stadium will soon be known as “Townie Pride Park at Jones Pond” … more
East Bay legislators doled out nearly a quarter of a million dollars in legislative grants this year, and two local lawmakers are among the state’s top grant givers. Rep. Jan Malik, who … more
Jim Cunha, a longtime officer in the U.S. Navy, will serve as the next town manager for Barrington. On Wednesday morning, Sept. 28, members of the town council voted to offer the position to Mr. … more
The Tiverton Democratic Town Committee (TDTC) voted unanimously on June 29 to support the following for House and Senate District races that represent Tiverton: • State Senate District 10: … more
School administrators throughout the East Bay are among local towns' highest earners, according to a salary survey released this week by the Rhode Island Department of Revenue's Municipal Finance … more
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