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The Barrington Congregational Church is looking a bit brighter these days. The local church, which was built in 1806 and is often referred to as "The White Church," received a fresh coat of paint, courtesy of Catanzaro and Sons Painting. … more
TIVERTON — Eight athletes, a coach and an entire team will be inducted into the Tiverton Athletic Hall of Fame in ceremonies Nov. 5 at McGovern’s Restaurant on Shove Street in Fall River at 7 p.m. Athletes selected for the Hall’s … more
There is an Ironman in Bristol. No. He’s not an Avenger. (Sorry, kids.) Andrew Banasiewicz is a real man with more endurance and strength than the fictitious Tony Stark. And like Mr. Stark, this guy is wicked smart. Mr. … more
Two words stand out among the information and links on the Run for the Fallen Rhode Island website. “Our Heroes,” it reads. Beneath those words are photographs of the Rhode Island uniformed service members who died since Sept. … more
WESTPORT — Efforts to build affordable housing at Noquochoke Village in Westport suffered a setback recently when the state rejected the developer’s bid for crucial tax credits needed to finance the project. It’s the second such … more
Large crowds came to see eagles, owls, hawks, and falcons as they descended on Bristol during the Audubon Society's Raptor Weekend on Sept. 12-13.  Wildlife rehabilitators and experts from across the Northeast brought a wide … more
Barrington police played a key role in bringing an alleged car thief to justice on Sunday, Sept. 20. The local department received a call from Providence police just after midnight, alerting officers to the fact that police in Providence … more
Two military relics from the Jefferson Street Armory’s distant past have come back to the building, courtesy of the Internet. A few weeks ago, Historic Warren Armory’s Ed Theberge got a Facebook message from a Warren woman who said she’d … more
Boston runner Sean Cameron won the Sept. 13 Westport Half Marathon by over two minutes in a time of 1:16:59. Doing that required a pace of 5:53 minutes per mile over the 13.1-mile course — average speed 10.1 mph. First woman finisher was … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — According to figures released by the East Providence School District Thursday morning, Sept. 24, the cost of deconsolidating the Human Resources Department is far less than the $600,000 being bandied about by members of the City … more
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