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Thrive Outside, a nonprofit dedicated to utilizing outdoor space to enhance children's education, will host a mud run on Sunday, Sept. 19 at Frerichs Farm in Warren. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Open and operational, and very much notably under-budget, the new East Providence High School project was broached once again on a monthly basis at meetings of the Building … more
PORTSMOUTH — Christian Belden barely got to take a breath last week while leading an informational session about his nonprofit’s plan to build an affordable housing complex and … more
Did the DOT director tell Barrington officials that the state would replace the East Bay Bike Path bridges? Barrington Town Manager Jim Cunha and Town Council Vice President Rob Humm say … more
PORTSMOUTH — Michael Buddemeyer has announced he is resigning his unexpired term on the Town Council. more
The Warren Town Council voted unanimously to revoke the liquor license of the Italo American Club during a show cause hearing on Tuesday night, following an emotional evening of testimony from … more
The Bristol Warren Regional School District will be looking for its fifth superintendent in the past two years, after interim Superintendent of Schools Robert Hicks resigned earlier today. Shortly … more
Members of the Barrington Police Department say Sergeant Gino Caputo, who died Saturday, Sept. 11 after a five-week battle against Covid-19, was a great police officer, a great friend and a great … more
Barrington will hold its annual Day of Caring on Monday, Oct. 11, from noon to 4 p.m. The town-wide event brings together the community and offers help to those in need through service projects. … more
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