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The Spencer Trust board of directors recently voted to increase its annual budget from $92,000 to nearly $250,000. Officials learned recently that the Trust, which is dedicated to helping the poor … more
Peter Pacheco, 83, of Tiverton, husband of Joan (Drewniak) Pacheco, passed away peacefully on March 18, 2021. He was the son of the late Peter and Mary (Bento-Pimental) Pacheco. He was predeceased … more
The story of Bryan Anthony’s hats actually begins with his shoes.“When Bryan passed he was living with us,” said Patricia Anthony of Bristol, Bryan’s mother. “He had a … more
Chelsey Barton-Karnes, chairman of Bristol’s annual town-wide cleanup, is ready to get back to business. “Last year we were not able to do our town-wide cleanup; it would have been our … more
This town’s obsession with optics is growing. It seems every passion, cause and public spat ends up on a lawn sign, waving in the breeze from front lawns everywhere. We have signs protesting … more
To the editor: One has to be captivated by the speed with which government moves in Portsmouth.  Consider that in 2007, the Portsmouth Town Council sought and received permission from the … more
After more than a year of fund-raising and work, the Town of Warren will open its Franklin Street dog park to the human and canine public this Saturday, April 10. Director Tara Thibaudeau said … more
Vivian A. (Trombley) Lombardi, 87, of Warren, died Thursday, April 8, 2021, at Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI. She was the wife of the late Louis Lombardi Sr. Born in Warren, RI, she was … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence will get a portion of the $1.78 billion earmarked for Rhode Island through the American Rescue Plan Act recently passed by Congress and signed into law by … more
WESTPORT — Three Fall River residents face an array of drug-related  charges after Westport Police say they were caught thenwith narcotics at the Towne Place Suites in Westport. On … more
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