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CRANSTON — A $20,000 Mega Millions Megaplier prize from the January 22, 2021, drawing was claimed recently by Riverside resident Palma Thomas. She came into the Lottery more than six months … more
The Saltmarsh Sparrow has nested in low-lying salt marshes in the Northeast for thousands of years. Climate change and rising sea levels now threaten their existence. more
A mixed doubles pickleball tournament was held at the Barrington Middle School on Wednesday, Sept. 8 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Thirty-six men and women competed in teams, playing five games each over … more
PORTSMOUTH — Unlike many private schools, The Pennfield School started with nothing when it was first conceived 50 years ago, said Head of School Rob Kelley. “Fifty years ago, it … more
Statesman Tavern owner Christopher Kleyla appeared before the Bristol Town Council at its Sept. 8 meeting with a request for one additional class BB liquor license. Earlier this year, the Statesman … more
It was described as “a couple of small scenes” and “low-budget” to curious onlookers who came and went during the course of the day last Thursday, as film crews staged several … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Nearly a year to the day of the 2022 primary election, city native and incumbent District 65 State Representative Gregg Amore announced his candidacy to be the Democratic … more
Host Kevin Centazzo, aka Kevin from Bristol, speaks with Bristol Porchfest Co-Chair Nancy Kellner and Co-Technical Director Joe Caron on the highly popular event coming to downtown Bristol this … more
The Blindfolded Rowing Regatta and boat raffle, held last weekend off Bristol Town Beach, raised more than $2,000 for the Bristol County Lions Club’s local charitable giving and causes, … more
Emergency vehicles from around New England showed up to a procession honoring the late Brian Remy last week. more
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