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NEWPORT — The Annual BankNewport 10 Miler, scheduled for June 5, expects more than 2,000 runners to take on the streets of Newport, including two officers from the East Providence Police … more
The folks who congregate regularly at the Warren Senior Center have a lot to be thankful for. And it all starts at the top with longtime Executive Director Elizabeth “Betty” Hoague. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — A few weeks after it appeared likely to pass narrowly, an ordinance allowing residents to legally keep chickens was defeated before it was even voted upon. Following the … more
The Barrington High School boys lacrosse team has opened the season with a 3-2 record in Division I. The Eagles have wins over East Greenwich, North Kingstown and Middletown this season, and … more
The Barrington High School baseball team swept Moses Brown in a pair of games last week. The Eagles won 9-3 on Friday and 5-4 on Monday. The victories improved Barrington’s record to 7-3. In … more
Voters at Tuesday's Town Meeting soundly rejected a proposed change to Westport's sign by-laws that many feared could restrict their right to put multiple signs on their property, and could hurt … more
Bristol Police activity from April 25 to May 1, 2022. more
Warren Police activity from April 25 to May 1, 2022. more
Sowams School Principal Jim Callahan received a special award on Thursday afternoon. In front of all his students and teachers, Callahan received the Elementary School Principal of the Year Award … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Arts Council, together with the City of East Providence and area artist Anna Dugan, are seeking community input during a design workshop on a street mural … more
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