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Carlton Street, Cottage Street and Mayfield Drive are three of the 14 local roads that will be repaved this summer.  Town officials recently hired the Pawtucket Hot Mix Asphalt company to … more
The great 19th Century Russian author Leo Tolstoy once said "Music is the shorthand of emotion." Tolstoy himself may be long gone, and the music that stirred his emotions was likely much different … more
The Town of Warren will soon hire its first full-time Fire Prevention Officer, a position long sought by former Warren Fire Chief Al Galinelli and more recently his successor, Chief James … 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 should be … more
Hope and Walley streets and just south of the location of the former Herreshoff Manufacturing Company that once employed more than 400 people building vessels powered by both steam and … more
Westport Police arrested a man who tried to swindle the Town of Westport out of $15,000 for faulty repairs to a town firetruck. On Thursday, May 31, South Kingston, R.I., police arrested Thomas … more
On Friday and Saturday, June 22 and 23, the Westport Land Conservation Trust (WLCT), Westport Bike & Walking Path Committee, and South Coast Bikeway Alliance are teaming up to host a … more
The Barrington softball team lost to Prout 5-1 in the Division II championship at RIC on Wednesday night. Prout pitcher Vanessa Oatley no hit the Eagles in game one on Monday and was nearly as good … more
The Japan America Society of Rhode Island is celebrating the 35th year of the Black Ships Festival on July 13-15, 2018. Started in Newport in 1984, the festival is expanding to Bristol this summer. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — While the proposed construction of a new East Providence High School has taken up much of the oxygen recently, the school department’s need to renovate several of the … more
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