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Barrington officials will begin registering people for the May 24 financial town meeting at 6 p.m. at the high school. The meeting is slated to start at 7 p.m. According to an email from … more
A parade and the placing of wreaths at veterans’ memorials around town will take place on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29. The Memorial Day Parade will step off promptly at 10 a.m. at Town Hall, … more
The sheep got a much-needed haircut and visitors got to learn how the fibers are turned into clothes and other items, while kids played traditional 18th century games at Cogeshall Farm Museum’s … more
To recognize his academic and athletic prowess, a Mt. Hope High School student has been named a Golden Dozen recipients for the 2016-2017 year. Joe Rioux, a senior from Warren, is one of just 12 … more
PORTSMOUTH — Police arrested a Bristol man Saturday night after a witness reported seeing the man try to kick in a door to a Cedar Avenue home. Robert E. Stackhouse, 46, of 155 Bradford … more
PORTSMOUTH — R.I. Department of Transportation (RIDOT) Director Peter Alviti, Jr. said the department’s old garage on Anthony Road was so dilapidated “that workers were using a … more
In 2006, the school department reportedly spent $21 million on salaries and benefits and about $13 million on all other costs. But by 2016, those figures had shifted — the school department … more
The Warren Democratic Town Committee passed a resolution in support of The Reproductive Health Care Act by a vote of 18-0, with one abstention, at its May meeting.  Craig O'Connor, Director of … more
PORTSMOUTH — They’ll be gone soon, but not forgotten The Town Council Monday night honored four town employees who are retiring soon:  • Deputy Fire Chief … more
PORTSMOUTH — Standing on a step stool so they could reach the microphone, three young girls who live along Cottage Avenue pleaded with the Town Council Monday night in hopes of getting … more
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