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Police officers serve a critical role in any community, protecting the public, investigating and preventing crime, keeping the roads safe for drivers and pedestrians … pretty much ensuring … more
Tavdi Company, Inc is a very interesting business on the East Bay with a strong international presence. Ismail Saltuk, Ph.D. Eng, and his wife, Leyla Saltuk, have been making their mark in a … more
Each week the Personal Injury Law Offices of d’Oliviera & Associates compiles a summary of recalls, FDA warnings, market withdrawals and safety alerts that they feel the public … 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
EAST PROVIDENCE — As he sat on the bench in early June at McCoy Stadium, the mecca of the sport in Rhode Island, the significance of the moment was certainly not lost on Rumford resident and … more
PORTSMOUTH — A local man was charged with domestic felony assault Saturday for allegedly pointing a gun at his girlfriend during an argument, police said. Kevin Silvia, 53, of 2859 East … more
Monday, Aug. 7 A caller from Davis Street reported being harassed by a man from the area. A detail police officer reported seeing “multiple” rats on Water Street. No contemporary … more
PORTSMOUTH — With time running out on choosing Portsmouth’s future method of trash disposal, the Town Council Tuesday night set a date for a public workshop to weigh all options: Tuesday, … more
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