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To the editor: One has to be captivated by the speed with which government moves in Portsmouth.  Consider that in 2007, the Portsmouth Town Council sought and received permission from the … more
PROVIDENCE — The Senate Judiciary Committee, chaired by Sen. Cynthia A. Coyne (D-Dist. 32, Barrington, Bristol, East Providence), unanimously approved Gov. Daniel McKee’s appointment of … more
To the editor: John Adams was one of the foremost of the American patriots wanting to break from England. However, to his great credit, when the British soldiers in the “Boston … more
PROVIDENCE — Henry Barnard School has announced Kyle Quadros as Head of Lower School, effective for the 2021-2022 school year. Mr. Quadros will take the helm at a pivotal moment for the … more
Following are property sales that were published in the East Bay papers on April 7 and 8. They are presented (in this order) as: Address, Buyers, Sellers and Price. Bristol 37 Franklin … more
Following are property sales that were published in the East Bay papers on March 31 and April 1. They are presented (in this order) as: Address, Buyers, Sellers and Price. Barrington 4 Winsor … more
Following are property sales that were published in the East Bay papers on March 24 and 25. They are presented (in this order) as: Address, Buyers, Sellers and Price. Barrington 4 Winsor … more
Following are property sales that were published in the East Bay papers on March 17 and 18. They are presented (in this order) as: Address, Buyers, Sellers and Price. Barrington 4 Winsor … more
PORTSMOUTH — Local high school students had questions about the state of education in Rhode Island, so they went right to the source last week. Angélica Infante-Green, Rhode … more
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