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The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is hosting a series of free recreational clamming workshops this summer. The workshops, led by DEM’s Aquatic Resource … more
Star crossed lovers and the attraction of opposites; now that’s a story as old as stories itself. In the play “Dancing Lessons”, now at 2nd Story Theatre, this age old trope is … more
The Warren Fire and Rescue Department’s 150+ members will remember their late brothers and sisters this weekend, when the department holds its annual memorial Mass, parade and ceremony on Sunday … more
The evolution of the American flag from its first conception to the present will be unfurled and demonstrated on Friday, June 8 at 7 p.m. at St Michael's Episcopal Church, 399 Hope St. in Bristol.As … more
Mark your calendars and plan to leave the office early next Friday, as the British Motorcar Festival, now in its 4th year, returns to Bristol on Friday and Saturday, June 8 and 9.Thousands of people … more
Portugal is well-represented in the East Bay — especially in Bristol, where about half the town's residents claim some measure of Portuguese ancestry.The Bristol Art Museum decided that it was … more
PORTSMOUTH — Over a dozen actors from five towns are coming together for the debut of Portsmouth Community Theater's historical drama, "Murder at the Coal Mines.” The original … more
#5- The next generation of parents meet their newborn. (L-R Frank Iaquinta and Jen Michaels)#55- A lively teacher conference. (L-R Kerry Giorgi, Jen Michaels)#77- Nanny and the proud new parents meet … more
PORTSMOUTH — In what’s being billed as a first for Aquidneck Island, bicycle enthusiasts will have a chance to wheel around Middle Road and pass six local farms along the way on … more
PORTSMOUTH — In celebration of Earth Day, the Portsmouth Conservation Commission will host "Conservation Days" events this weekend. On Saturday, April 28, there will be a community … more
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