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Rhode Island’s (now) Commerce Secretary and Lieutenant Governor meet with business leaders in Warren. more
One woman spoke of her decision to have an abortion and how it enabled her to escape an abusive marriage. Another talked of an ectopic pregnancy she'd suffered years ago, and how her response to it … more
Twenty-three eighth graders at the Wilbur & McMahon Schools said goodbye to their hometown school Thursday, when they graduated in an outdoor, evening celebration at the school. The students … more
Notes and points from the Tiverton Town Council's most recent meeting, held last Monday: Solar energy A council-appointed group revising an ordinance to regulate the installation of solar … more
They say the best stories are often the ones that never get told. There's a chance to change that this year, with the help of Rhode Island PBS. The state's public broadcasting station is … more
Little Compton residents and those who work or spend time there have until Friday, July 1 to take a survey on affordable housing in the community. In accordance with the Little Compton Town … more
Monday, June 13 Tiffany Palmer, 27, of 823 Decan Hill Road Ripton, Vt., was charged with driving under the influence of liquor, .10 to .15, first offense, and driving with a … more
Illusion won the largest division in the race, St. David’s Lighthouse Division with 108 boats. Illusion, a Cal 40 owned by Sally and Stan Honey of Palo Alto, California, is the fourth Cal … more
PORTSMOUTH — When Joseph Amaral’s family first came to the United States from the Azores, he was just 5 years old. “One month later, I was in first grade and didn’t … more
With the legislative session set to adjourn at the end of the week, the clock is ticking on legislation that would restrict aquaculture along the Sakonnet River, banning new oyster and other … more
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