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PORTSMOUTH — Just one glance at Capt. Breezy Grenier’s extensive résumé and it becomes clear that she has never been one to follow the status quo. As a mariner, … more
It took nearly two years of self-study, work and introspection, but on Thursday the Warren Police Department became the 30th law enforcement agency in the state to become accredited. Accreditation … more
Pop, pop, pop! The sounds of the .22-caliber blank gun rang throughout Rockwell Elementary School, as volunteers from the Bristol Police Department, posing as ‘bad guys,’ stormed the … more
Video surveillance cameras captured footage of two men trying to break into Barrington residents' cars early Sunday morning, Jan. 5. A Barton Avenue resident called police at about 1:45 a.m. … more
Patrick Usher may have the excavator all waiting to go, but the Lemuel C. Richmond/Usher Farmhouse in Bristol will not come tumbling down just yet, after the Bristol Historic District Commission held … more
The Rhode Island Bridge and Turnpike Authority Board opened its final meeting under Director Buddy Croft’s tenure on Wednesday morning with public comments from citizens concerned with stopping … more
The deadline to nominate someone for the Barrington Heritage Hall of Fame's inaugural class is quickly approaching. The Barrington Heritage Hall of Fame, which was recently established in an … more
A majority of respondents believe the town’s new recycling program is inadequate, according to an unscientific Warren Times-Gazette poll conducted over the past week on Facebook. According … more
Many years ago, when Alica and her mother Relly would go to Newport Creamery for lunch, Relly would doodle on the placemats and beautiful pictures would come to life. Tiny little people and charming … more
Approximately 20 patients were placed in temporary housing Tuesday after a fire broke out at the Crestwood Nursing Home on Child Street early that morning. The fire, which was called in at … more
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