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Choose your words carefully. That was the message from Barrington police to a New Meadow Road resident after she allegedly spouted off some choice comments to a bank manager last week. The manager of an East Providence bank … more
To the editor: I am humbled by the overwhelming support of my position against tolls and I am grateful for the endorsement of a leader in the anti-toll movement: the Portsmouth Concerned Citizens.  Voters have a clear choice on the toll … more
PORTSMOUTH — Here are some highlights from the Portsmouth Police reports from over the past week. Friday, Dec. 25 At 11:44 a.m., police investigated a report that an all-terrain vehicle or other vehicle had left tire tracks in … more
PORTSMOUTH — Here are some highlights from the Portsmouth Police report from over the past week. Tuesday, Dec. 15 Daniel Morgenweck, 28, of 95 West Main St., Wickford, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, … more
Bristol Police arrested Ross Deltoro, 34, of 42 Wapping Drive, Bristol, on four charges related to the sale and distribution of heroin on Dec. 17. The arrest came after weeks of investigation that led police to secure an arrest warrant for Mr. … more
A Barrington woman's gesture of thanks was snatched up by a thief last week. A woman who lives on Payne Road near Barrington Beach tried to share the holiday spirit with the men who collect her trash and recycling each week, by leaving some … more
Nancy Campbell says she was worried. The Barrington police say she was just being impatient. On Thursday morning, Dec. 17, Ms. Campbell answered to a disorderly conduct charge in Barrington Municipal Court — Barrington police said Ms. … more
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