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The fourth annual Bristol Fire Dept. Ladies Auxiliary Community Aid Drive “Kickoff to Christmas” will take place on Saturday, Nov. 24, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Jacky’s Galaxie. … more
There is one notion of public employee disability pay and pensions — the one that ought to be and once was. General Treasurer Seth Magaziner put it simply and well: “The disability … more
WARREN — Citing poor ticket sales, Common Fence Music (CFM) has canceled tonight’s (Nov. 16) scheduled performance by Honeysuckle and Four Bridges at Hope & Main in … more
WaterRower, the Metacom Avenue-based rowing machine manufacturer, has closed on a deal to purchase the 25-acre TPI complex at 373 Market St. for $4.25 million. WaterRower CEO Peter King said … more
It's time to start saving grocery bags or buying reusable ones. Warren's ban on plastic disposable grocery bags starts at the beginning of December. In June, the Warren Town Council passed its … more
My late father, Sassio Michael Minutelli, served as the R.I. Permanent Advisory Council on House Veterans Affairs President Emeritus, in addition to many other positions in the State of Rhode Island … more
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has announced a traffic pattern change for a section of the Washington Bridge, which carries I-195 West from East Providence to … more
The Mt. Hope Masqueraders’ upcoming production of “12 Angry Men,” a three-act jury drama set for four performances this weekend at the Mt. Hope Performing Arts Center, marks both a … more
Monday, Nov. 5 Police assisted a motorist who ran … more
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