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Some missing data may be to blame for Barrington High School's drop in a national high school ranking. According to an official at Newsweek Magazine, Barrington school officials failed to include college enrollment data while submitting an … more
CAPTION — Junior Monique Gwinn fires the ball across the net in first singles action against Shea. TIVERTON — Tiverton handled Shea 6-1 in a girls tennis match last week on Tiverton’s courts to improve its league … more
The Tiverton Jr Basketball League has begun sign-ups for its 2015-2016 season. Players must be between the ages of 6 and 14 as of August 31. Registration fees for this season remain unchanged at $85 for one child $105 for a family. … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — To the surprise of few, the East Providence City Council unanimously voted Richard Kirby as the new permanent city manager following a special executive session and public meeting held Wednesday night, Sept. 22, in the City Hall … more
PORTSMOUTH — After struggling for years to come to grips with its wastewater issues, the town has finally come up with a plan that satisfies the state and which doesn’t call for the installation of sewers. After two separate public … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Add two more East Providence City Councilors to the list of those opposed to the School Committee's decision to back a plan to deconsolidate the Human Resources Department. A day after Council President and Mayor Tommy … more
Barrington residents will be asked to cast votes for a new school committee member at a special election on Tuesday, Dec. 15. The school board vacancy was created when Paula Dominguez resigned her position prior to finishing the term. "My … more
An animal advocacy group once closely aligned with the Warren Animal Shelter has widened its mission — to care for all animals in need throughout the Warren area. RUFF (Residents United for Furry Friends) was originally formed as a vehicle to … more
Hundreds of people visited Frerichs Farm in Warren on Saturday to enjoy farm life and a chicken barbecue, and to support The Autism Project – East Bay Support Center. David and Barbara Frerichs hosted the "Good Old Days” fund-raiser, which … more
How much would you pay for a backup? If you are the New England Patriots, you're willing to pay backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo a little less than $800,000 this year. But if you're Bristol County Water Authority ratepayers … more
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