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PORTSMOUTH — Have an idea on what to do with the Brown House at Glen Farm? The town wants to hear from you. The Town Council approved funds in this year’s budget to start the process of restoring the town-owned Brown House, which was … more
Monday, Sept. 28 Police were called to Church Street for a husband/wife fight, and noted that the husband had been locked out of the house. They told him to take off for a little while to calm down. A bullying complaint came in from … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Water and Fire District will be flushing water mains from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. per the following schedule: • Tuesday, Oct. 6: Willow Lane and Sprague Street, Bristol Ferry Road to Camara Drive and Mitchell … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island State Police and East Providence Police arrested a Massachusetts man for Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicating Liquor or Drugs while traveling the wrong way on Route 195 West in city early Sunday morning, … more
  WESTPORT — At 70 meters — better than three-quarters the length of a football field — the target seems too tiny, too distant to possibly strike with an arrow. But for Hana Tabit, merely hitting the target … more
LITTLE COMPTON — The Little Compton School Committee voted 3-2 at its last meeting to adopt a Coventry School Committee Resolution calling on the Governor and the the Rhode Island Department of Health to eliminate an "HPV vaccination mandate" as a … more
TIVERTON — Appearing before the Tiverton Town Council last Monday night, Sept. 28, Representative Jay Edwards blasted a recent e-mail by local lawyer John Pagliarini that called on the town to adopt an ordinance to deal with the possibility that … more
PORTSMOUTH — It’s tough to say what made the East Providence High School football team more miserable Friday night: the swirling wind and sideways rain or Portsmouth High’s unrelenting running game and swarming defense. The adverse … more
Topher Hamblett brought his camera to Mathewson Road on Wednesday, Sept. 30, hoping to catch a glimpse of the future. And the future looks wet. The longtime Barrington resident was volunteering as part of a Coastal Resources Management … more
PORTSMOUTH — Police Officer Scott Sullivan’s good deeds have not gone unrewarded. On Thursday night, “Officer Sully,” who was recently named Portsmouth’s school resource officer, was honored by R.I. Attorney General Peter F. … more
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