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Monday, Oct. 4 A hunting complaint came in from Weetamoo Woods' Lake Road entrance. Police investigated and found no offense. Police were asked to check on the welfare of a Mill Street … more
How bad is the littering problem at the new Barrington Middle School basketball courts? So bad that the town is going to lock up the courts. Town officials said there is hardly a day that goes … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The $189.5 million new East Providence High School project as a whole has surpassed the 85 percent complete mark and remains on time and under budget. Sam Bradner, of the … more
Mt. Hope High's open mic night for students returned after a long COVID-19 hiatus. more
Warren Police Department activity from Oct. 4-10, 2021 more
BankNewport's Warren branch has completed a major renovation that includes two new PTMs, the future of ATM banking. more
Guided ghost tours will take you down some of Warren's most historic streets, ripe with natural (and supernatural) intrigue. more
Former landfills in Barrington could be home to solar fields in the future. During the Oct. 4 meeting, members of the Barrington Town Council voted unanimously in favor of having the town’s … more
PORTSMOUTH — The town isn’t waiting around for Park Avenue to go under water permanently. Working proactively in an attempt to stem the tide of climate change, the town and the … more
Shortly after the fences went up, the buildings started coming down. Demolition of the Messerlian and Union Hall building on the former Zion Bible College property has coincided with a request … more
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