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PORTSMOUTH — This town may have lost hundreds of acres of working farms over the years, but it just gained a whopper of one off Jepson Lane. more
Barrington taxpayers voted overwhelmingly to restore the school district's initial request for a $1.2 million increase at Wednesday night's financial town meeting. A crowd of more than 500 people … more
PROVIDENCE — The perpetrator in the murder of a city woman on Mother’s Day 2015 acknowledged guilt and accepted a life sentence during proceedings Wednesday morning, May 24, in Superior … more
Just a few weeks after announcing a decision to move on a backup water supply without East Providence’s involvement, Bristol County Water Authority Executive Director Pamela Marchand said she … more
PORTSMOUTH — Members of the Portsmouth High varsity softball team had an 8-3 lead as they came to the plate in the bottom of the sixth inning against Johnston Monday … more
PORTSMOUTH — Gov. Gina Raimondo made a pitstop in Portsmouth last week, taking a tour of New England Boatworks — recently recognized for being the state’s largest … more
PORTSMOUTH — Residents will be now have detailed information at their fingertips about local people who served in the military. On Saturday the Town Council and the Veterans Honor Roll … more
PORTSMOUTH — Bruce G. Medley, the owner of Prudence Island Ferry and the sole provider of ferry service to the island for about three decades until 2014, died Wednesday, May 17, at his … more
The Community Scholarship Fund of Barrington awarded scholarships to more than a dozen local students during a ceremony at the Barrington Town Hall on Tuesday night, May 23. College … more
Warren ranks near the bottom of the state’s barrel when it comes to recycling. And with statewide tipping fees set to increase next month, officials want to change that wasteful trend.On July … more
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