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A lengthy investigation by the Massachusetts State Police Cyber Crime Unit (CCU) / Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force led to the arrest of a Westport man Monday on child pornography … more
TIVERTON — The Financial Town Hearing on May 3 laid bare some of the assumptions and conclusions made by the budgeters, especially the budget put on the ballot by repeat budget petitioner Justin Katz. Proponents for each budget were allowed a few minutes each to make presentations on behalf of the budget each was putting forward. But when the public rose to have its say, many cut loose, with repeated opposition and sharp critiques of petitioner’s budget #2. more
PORTSMOUTH — Despite the objections of more than three dozens residents who live nearby, the Town Council Monday awarded a BV liquor license to Salsa’s Burrito Grill. more
Mt. Hope baseball players made it to the prom on time after dispatching second place Narragansett 15-5, in five innings on Friday afternoon. Charlie Amarante, Nick Simeone and Cam Santerre all got … more
PORTSMOUTH — Two Providence residents were arrested on drug charges by Portsmouth Police on Tuesday. According to Detective Lt. Michael C. Arnold, the arrests were the results of … more
The Rhode Island Attorney General's office issued a stern statement late Monday afternoon to the Barrington and Portsmouth town councils, in response to a resolution each council passed … more
The Warren Democratic Town Committee has announced its 2018 slate of candidates for Warren Town Council, endorsing four candidates in the November election: Incumbent Keri Cronin, former councilor … more
Hope Robertson scored six goals, Tess Gagliano had four goals, and Clare Gaffney added three more, powering the Barrington High School girls lacrosse team to a 17-7 win over North Kingstown on … more
The terrific 2018 season for the East Providence High School golf group continued earlier this week when the Townies both clinched a spot in the upcoming Eastern Division playoffs and just about … more
A Barrington woman will use a $200,000 grant from the Rhode Island Foundation to launch a campaign to distribute thousands of free books to elementary school students as a way to improve their … more
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