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Warren residents will see their tax bills drop after the Joint Finance Committee set a regional school budget Thursday night that includes a $350,000 reduction in Warren education aid compared to last year. The $54.42 million school budget … more
PORTSMOUTH — Town Administrator John Klimm wanted creative, thinking-outside-the-box ideas, and Emil Cipolla did not disappoint. When a fellow member of the New Revenue Working Group mentioned that it costs the town $50,000 annually just … more
Solitude and luxury — the perfect pairing for a get-away home. This comfortable three bedroom, two bathroom home on Prudence Island has all the bells and whistles, nestled in natural surroundings. The property at 243 Bay Ave. has sweeping … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence Firefighters quelled a blazed on Vine Street in the early morning hours of Saturday, March 28. The fire broke out some time around 3 a.m. Saturday in a multi-family residence. It took EPFD personnel about … more
The Bristol Police Department responded to the following calls between March 16 and March 22: Monday, March 16 An anonymous caller reported two men were urinating in Independence Park on Thames Street around 8:15 a.m. They were gone when … more
"You have to spend money to make money." The old adage seemed to apply to the Bristol Town Council's economic development discussion Monday, which focused on creating a new position that has yet to be defined. After a discussion that … more
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