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Barrington High School may start each day at 7:45 a.m., but it's a lot earlier for students taking the bus. According to the current bus schedule, a number of the high school morning pick-ups occur well before 7 a.m., and some are earlier … more
It’s time to start training for the Little Compton Education (LCEF) Scenic Winter Road Race coming up on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016, at 10 a.m. Tis annual 4.8 mile road race will start and end in front of the Wilbur McMahon School in Little … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Talk about hitting the ground running. At the Tuesday night, Dec. 8, School Committee meeting, new Superintendent Kathryn Crowley led the body through an exhaustive recap of her first few days and weeks on the job. One … more
By Gene Reynolds Special to the Times-Gazette The Mt. Hope High School boy’s hockey team got its 2015-16 campaign off on a solid food Saturday night at Portsmouth Abbey, when the Huskies beat a formidable opponent, defending champion … more
Dogs will remain not for sale in East Providence, following a ruling of the United States First Circuit Court of Appeals. In a decision penned Tuesday, Dec. 8, Justices Jeffrey R. Howard, O. Rogeriee Thompson and Bruce M. Selya ruled … more
By Bruce Burdett An earlier plan to close and rebuild 11 miles of the East Bay Bike Path has been replaced by something less ambitious. Instead, the state Department of Transportation intends an approach of  “more cost-effective … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — For the first time in several years, East Providence High School and new Principal Shani Wallace have made public an honor roll, noting the academic achievement of students during the first quarter of the 2015-16 term. … more
Sgt. Luke Joseph Edward Carreiro, 26, United States Army, passed away while serving his country at  the Army Military Base in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015. He was the devoted husband of Michelle (Kirkland) Carreiro of … more
The Barrington Police Department has established a new Facebook page and Twitter account in an effort to enhance its "community policing partnership." In a statement to the press, Barrington Police Chief John LaCross said the online … more
Delaying the replacement of your home’s old windows because you just don’t want to spend the money? Consider the owners of the American Tourister Mill. Developers just pulled a permit to replace windows at the old mill — 714 of them. The job … more
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