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To the editor: As we await Sgt. Hanley’s new trial in Superior Court in Providence for kicking Rishod Gore in the head, we need to ask what more can be done? We can start by empowering our … more
Taken from the pages of the Warren and Barrington Gazette this week in May 1921: Warren comes from behind It looked like a shut out for Warren Sunday, when the Revere Rubber Co. with Cooney in … more
PORTSMOUTH — A Portsmouth man was arraigned in Newport County District Court Tuesday on charges stemming from his failure to pay wages to two former employees in 2018, Attorney General … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Town Council Monday night voted unanimously to provisionally approve Town Administrator Richard Rainer Jr.’s $69.07 million budget for fiscal year 2022, which is 3.7 … more
• South Lake Drive remains closed, for now: Members of the Barrington Town Council voted to keep South Lake Drive closed to vehicle traffic until the June 7 meeting, if not later. The … more
To the editor: I have recently received yet another mailer extolling the virtues of the latest move within the Legislature to tax the wealthy. I see this more as a revenge tax rather than a … more
To the editor: Congratulations to the Barrington High School football team for their Division II Super Bowl trophy, to Brigham Dunphy for winning the MVP award, and for the cheerleaders who have … more
To the editor: In response to the letter encouraging residents to welcome the asphalt plant in Seekonk, let me first say that I completely agree with your main point: we cannot continue to enjoy … more
Moments before the kickoff, officials for the Division II Super Bowl invited the captains for both teams to the center of the field for the coin toss. St. Raphaels sent four players to the 50-yard … more
To the editor: What is the most pressing struggle that youth face in today’s world? This is a difficult question but there is a common theme in everyone's answers. The struggle of making it … more
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