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PORTSMOUTH — The Town of Portsmouth and the Portsmouth Police Department are hosting an informational meeting about coyotes at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 16, in the Town Council Chambers at Town … more
After a two-year process that screened more than 40 potential candidates, First Congregational Church in Bristol has a new parish leader. The Rev. Burton Bagby-Grose moved to Bristol last week and … more
Andy Tyska, president of Rhode Island-based Bristol Marine, has announced the acquisition of Boothbay Harbor Shipyard. Located at the head of Boothbay Harbor, the shipyard joins Bristol … more
With three state lawmakers sitting before them, members of the School Committee and Town Council Monday shared their wish lists of legislative priorities going forward. Among the top items on … more
You may want to wait until the weather warms up, but once it does you’ll be able to feast on a giant pretzel, Nashville chicken or house-cured pork belly right outside Tremblay’s Island … more
Barrington topped Mt. Hope 5-3 in the 16th annual JP Medeiros Jr. Memorial Cup hockey game on Tuesday night. The game is in memory of John Paul Medeiros Jr., a standout hockey player and former … more
Barrington residents factored prominently in the latest discussion of changing school start times in Rhode Island, when a special legislative commission held a public hearing Monday … more
Former Warren Town Manager Jan Reitsma will receive two months of severance pay and other payments, under the terms of a separation agreement he signed with the town on Wednesday, Dec. 20.Mr. … more
Water rates will likely rise this coming year, with the Bristol County Water Authority expected to raise rates up to 3.25 percent following a public hearing on the matter Thursday. BCWA Executive … more
Students at Mt. Hope High School will miss at least a day of class while crews work to repair a water leak over the weekend that left the main hallway and many offices and classrooms … more
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