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Photos by Rich Dionne EAST PROVIDENCE — Only a few weeks into his tenure as the new city manager, Richard Kirby already appears to have a good bead on the pulse of East Providence. Mr. Kirby, chosen and approved for the position … more
Monday, Oct. 12 Police went to Hope Street to mediate an ongoing parking complaint. A Water Street business owner called police with concerns that kids were loitering about. A landlord/tenant issue drew police to Arlington Avenue. A … more
The Bristol Town Council will consider a mandatory recycling policy for all residents at their meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 21. Typically referred to as the "no bin, no barrel" rule, the proposed ordinance would require residents to put out their … more
Tiverton Town Councilor Brett Pelletier became the second Democrat to declare his intention to run for Senate District 11 (Tiverton, Portsmouth, Bristol )Monday, meaning that a Dec, 31 primary all be required. A special election will be held on … more
Westport Police stopped her car for motor vehicle violations Friday but wound up arresting a Providence woman on more serious matters. After they pulled over Martiza Diaz’s blue Hyundai sedan on State Road, officers investigated further … more
A Dartmouth woman was killed and a Westport man faces charges after a two-car crash on Route 6 about a half mile west of the Dartmouth line on Friday at about 6:25 p.m. The Bristol County District Attorney’s office identified the victim … more
The weather should be perfect for Sunday’s Walkabout, as Warren opens its doors from noon to 5 p.m. Shops, artists studios, galleries, and restaurants will be open with treats, demonstrations, sales and samples. Podsnappery is organizing … more
By Alex Berger EAST PROVIDENCE — The pre-game feelings of the East Providence High School Townies and the Barrington Eagles were probably very similar going into Friday night’s Division I football contest at Pierce Field, both sides in … more
LITTLE COMPTON — One day in Cindi Rapoza’s “classroom” might take the 3- to 6-year-olds out into the muck in pursuit of bugs. Other days find the 17 youngsters clambering through meadows and along logs in search of bob-o-links or monarch … more
The Mt. Hope High School football team lost to Central, 22-7, at Thomas Vendituoli Field on Friday night. The Huskies fall to 2-3 in Division II-A, while Central moves up to 4-0. With 5 minutes left in the game and Central … more
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