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EAST PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) announced lane shifts and traffic pattern changes at the Horton Farm Bridge on I-195 in East Providence this coming weekend. … more
PORTSMOUTH — The possibilities are endless for the former Coggeshall School — and the town wants to hear all about them. more
To the editor: Fifty years ago the tobacco industry went to great lengths to manipulate us into believing that smoking was safe. Using their own words (from a 1969 industry memo): "Doubt is our … more
The event was a fund-raiser for the Kate Grana Music and Arts Association, which wants to transform the auditorium into a state-of-the-art community hub for drama and music.  more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Fire Department hosted an open house to the public on Saturday. The event featured tours of the fire station, firefighter demonstrations, safety talks, … more
Recently, I’ve met voters who may not be able to vote on Nov. 6 and did not know they can vote earlier, on a day that’s more convenient for them.  I'm writing to let people know … more
PORTSMOUTH — Four-legged friends took over Glen Park Sunday afternoon for the 29th annual Heart & Sole Walk for Animals. The event raised money to help the Potter League for Animals … more
PORTSMOUTH — Lori Clarke held aloft a possible clue that was left behind after one or more vandals struck the Escobar's Highland Farm Corn Maize late Friday night or early Saturday … more
PORTSMOUTH — What happens when voters approve the borrowing of $10 million to construct a new police station, but the construction costs exceed that amount? more
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