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After approving a new ordinance banning public consumption of marijuana, the Bristol Town Council began work on recreational marijuana zoning changes in the event that voters approve the referendum on election day. more
Bristol Fire Chief Michael DeMello was among the first recipients of the “Excellence in Municipal Government” awards, announced by the Rhode Island League of Cities and Towns. more
Police broke up a fight, responded to a report of stolen marijuana plants and made multiple arrests between Sept. 19 and Sept. 26, 2022. more
Warren police responded to multiple domestic incidents and DUIs between Sept. 19 and Sept. 26, 2022. more
A Barrington resident called police on Monday, Sept. 19 after losing his wallet at a County Road gas station. The man said he left his wallet on his vehicle when driving away and it fell to the … more
Question: What's at the top of your agenda if elected to the Barrington School Committee? Rudy Seber (D) — “Issues need not be divisive. I will work together with my peers so that we … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — It was a day expectedly full of firsts for the East Providence High School girls’ tennis team as the Townies christened the new complex on campus with a resounding 7-0 … more
Westport firefighters were able to extinguish a barn fire off Sodom Road early Sunday morning, and credited a family member for quickly sounding the alarm and helping to control the fire. The … more
The proposal of a 17-unit apartment building on Water Street has already drawn a lot of attention. Check out the details here. more
Bristol Fire Chief Michael DeMello was among the first recipients of the “Excellence in Municipal Government” awards, announced by the Rhode Island League of Cities and Towns. more
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