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EAST PROVIDENCE — A tragic fire at a multi-unit residence last week in Providence related to the sub-freezing temperatures raised concerns of East Providence Fire Department Chief Oscar Elmasian … more
To the editor: Westport heads into the final days before a special Town Meeting that will address important issues and make significant decisions for our town.  Save.Our.Schools- parent … more
To the editor: Spending virtually my entire career in public service, the most important function of government is the education of our young. Having served four communities as town manager or … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence Fire Department personnel retrieved a kayak Sunday morning, Jan. 14, in the Providence River off the shore at Kettle Point believed to be the one owned by a … more
BRISTOL — Several robotics teams from our area made their mark at the 2018 Rhode Island FIRST LEGO League championships at Roger Williams University on Saturday. This year’s theme … more
To the editor: Bill Reed, in a recent letter to the editor, asks about why we are building a new $100 million school for a shrinking population in Westport.  He cites figures (for which he … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — A prominent area doctor is the victim in a murder investigation being conducted by East Providence Police. Dr. Clive Bridgham, 67, was found dead upon the arrival of officers … more
The frigid weather of late brings to mind one of the saddest of all New England sea ice sagas, the loss one century ago this winter of the Cross Rip Lightship (LV-6). The Cross Rip, one of several … more
Rock climbing, nature art, night hikes, camp fires, farm animals and bunk houses — this constituted ‘school’ for nearly 200 Kickemuit Middle School seventh-grade students the week before Thanksgiving. The students, their teachers and a handful of volunteer chaperones traveled three hours west to Colebrook, Conn. for what has become an annual tradition and right of passage known as Nature’s Classroom. more
To the editor: One vote for every person, every resident, and every taxpayer — that is the key to solving this town’s governmental problems of representation, as it has the … more
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