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PORTSMOUTH — Many veterans who have been killed or died during wartime have since been honored by having streets, buildings, and schools named after them, said the keynote speaker at … more
PORTSMOUTH — The teddy bear, giraffe, elephant and other bushy buddies at Green Animals Topiary Garden have made some new friends. more
The Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority jazzed up the Mt. Hope Bridge for the coming Memorial Day holiday, as seen here Saturday night. If you look closely at right, the Pell Bridge far down … more
The plan for Barrington’s preschool program will be unveiled on June 8. After a lengthy and sometimes contentious discussion on May 18, members of the Barrington School Committee voted … more
The Town Council, yet again, told a crowd of more than 100 people who turned out Thursday night for a workshop about SouthCoast Wind that there was no current proposal or contract for the town to … more
For the first time in decades, shellfishing off the coast of Touisset will be allowed conditionally, a sign of an increasingly healthy bay according to environmental officials. more
Bristol Police reported finding Alan Mello's car north of Griswold Avenue, off the side of Metacom Avenue in thick brush. Initial reports indicated no signs of foul play or suspicious circumstances. more
Brittany DiOrio, Stephanie Hines and Kerri Thurber are suing the national, state and local teachers unions.   The three former Barrington teachers lost their jobs after violating the school … more
Charlie Enright and the 11th Hour Racing team hit an object suspected to be a marine mammal or megafauna  while racing to Aarhus, Denmark, durng Leg 5 early Thursday morning, according to Ocean … more
John Bullard sits down on a battered stool at the Hix Bridge Landing dock, clicks open a ballpoint pen and starts jotting notes in a spiral bound notebook. He's alone apart from a fisherman going … more
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