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To the editor:  Will wonders never cease? Mr. Guida claims he’s “not surprised, just disappointed” at the recent cost overrun for the special dirt now needed to complete the … more
Robert L. Fancher, Jr., 78, died Friday, July 6, 2018. Born in St. Louis, he was a longtime resident of Barrington where he owned Greenwood & Gryphon, Ltd., a print advertising and public … more
Have you ever wished you had a son — or daughter — who was happy to tackle the heavy lifting around your home, with a smile on their face? Of course you have. Especially if you waited … more
Monday, July 2 — A caller complained about two dogs running loose on Main Street just before 8 a.m.Two birds flew into a man’s apartment on Vernon Street, but the animal control officer was able … more
The Barrington Majors All-Star team scored one run in the first inning, another in the third, and held on to defeat Portsmouth, 2-1, in a District II winner's bracket showdown on Monday night, July … more
Recently, I received a firsthand account of the conditions on the border for immigrants from Gabriela Domenzan, Director of the Latino Policy Institute, at Roger Williams University. She is among the … more
Five people made it out safely after a fire heavily damaged a home at 29 Locust Ave. in Portsmouth early Tuesday morning. Police said the fire was called in at 12:15 a.m. and it took crews roughly … more
The Rhode Island Marine Fisheries Council (RIMFC) met Tuesday, June 26 at the URI Bay Campus. The council thanked William (Bill) Mackintosh, III, commercial and recreational fishermen, for his … more
A 13-year-old Barrington boy was thrown from the bed of a pickup truck late Wednesday night, July 4. Police, fire and rescue personnel responded to the intersection of Rumstick Road and Ferry Lane … more
The mother of a Kickemuit Middle School student who last month suffered six stitches and a broken nose at the hands of a classmate wants the state and the Bristol Warren Regional School District to get … more
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