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PORTSMOUTH — Someone reportedly played a mean trick on a local child who went door-to-door for Halloween candy Oct. 31. Police are investigating a report that the child received a piece of candy that contained a sewing needle inside. more
Hundreds of visitors gathered at the Coast Guard pier Sunday to tour one of the US Navy's newest ships, as Bristol once again welcomed a United States Navy ship to celebrate the Fourth of July. … more
Nestled behind a find crafted stone wall is the Samuel and Silence Bullock House, located in the Rumstick section of Barrington. The historic home was built in 1780, but wasn’t moved to its … more
House Finance Chairman and Bristol Democrat Ray Gallison will resign his state representative seat tomorrow as news of a law enforcement probe broke this evening. more
Two East Providence and Riverside women face charges after police say they attempted to steal items from a car parked on Cutler Street last Wednesday, August 25. Police were called to Cutler just … more
PORTSMOUTH — A driver was transported to Rhode Island Hospital with what appeared to be “life-threatening injuries” after a head-on collision on Bristol Ferry Road this … more
PORTSMOUTH/TIVERTON — Several drivers who couldn’t get into Tiverton due to Monday’s mishap on the Sakonnet River Bridge thought they had a smart idea: Just ditch the car in … more
The Rhode Island Supreme Court has sided with Warren in a multi-million dollar school funding suit that pitted Warren against Bristol and the Bristol Warren Regional School District.On Friday, May … more
PORTSMOUTH — Haley Ann Cooley has come a long way. The 14-year-old Portsmouth Middle School students says the past two years have been no picnic, but a recent opportunity has given her … more
PORTSMOUTH — They started sprouting up a couple of months ago: large blue road signs reminding drivers of the R.I. Department of Transportation’s (RIDOT) RhodeWorks project. more
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