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Betsy Brenner wants to know ‘What changed?’ A year ago, the longtime Barrington resident visited health classes at the high school to share a talk on eating disorders. Brenner said … more
PROVIDENCE — It's likely the general public will not get all of the information it would expect and want to know about the Washington Bridge debacle any time soon. At least that's how the … more
The money will go towards trail maintenance and the removal of invasive species. more
The new boat is being manufactured by Bristol’s own C&C at a cost of $109,000. The Town anticipates taking delivery in late July or early August. more
The Tiverton Majors Softball All-Stars bashed 11 hits as they crushed South Kingstown 13-0 in 4 innings to move on in the state softball tournament on Tuesday night. Morgan Napolitano smacked a … more
With the Olympics later this month and the quest to regain the America’s Cup starting in late August, the Sailing Museum and the National Sailing Hall of Fame are hosting Hall of Fame sailor … more
You could have hardly blamed Andy Arruda if he chose to quit on his journey towards earning the coveted black belt in karate — in fact, it seems like the universe was screaming at him to do so. more
The Riverside Post 10 Junior Division squad, sponsored by the ATC (Athletes Turn Champion) Training Facility, returned to Rhode Island American Legion Baseball League action after the July Fourth … more
With an affordable housing crisis entrenched in Little Compton, town officials hope to change zoning regulations to help keep working people and their families in town, and to ease the pressure on … more
“Homeward Bound,” a concert to benefit refugees hoping to travel from Afghanistan to the United States, will feature popular musicians Atwater-Donnelly this Saturday, July 13, at … more
Walker’s Roadside Farm Stand started doing business in Little Compton in 1964. I moved to Little Compton about 35-40 years ago. Coll Walker was my neighbor. We became friends and I miss … more
It would be years before its impacts would be felt in Westport, if ever. But with so much on the line environmentally and economically, the Westport Select Board is considering forming an advisory … more
PROVIDENCE — The stresses and strains associated with such a significant and scrutinized project are what state officials believe to be the reasons why no company formally bid to rebuild the … more
More than 60 patients have already benefitted from receiving OsteoPearl; the very first surgery was performed two years ago at Fatima Hospital. more
Produced by the Wickford Art Association since 1962, the renowned Wickford Art Festival returns this week. More than 200 juried fine artists from across the state and country will assemble to … more
Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England recently announced that Barrington’s Emma Francis Marvelli has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award in Girl Scouting.   Marvelli … more
To the editor: Nikki Haley has called Trump, among other things, “unhinged,” but has said she will support him because Biden has been a “catastrophe.” Friday, it was … more
Barrington Police are awaiting the results of a test to see if a dog was rabid when it allegedly attacked a family on Fairfield Road last week. According to police, the dog escaped from its own … more
‘The Forgotten Girls: A Memoir of Friendship and Lost Promise in Rural America’ By Monica Potts T his is the tale of two young girls – best friends Monica and Darci – … more
The Warren Parks & Recreation Department is hosting its 2024 Summer Concert & Movie Series at the Burr’s Hill Park bandshell, Water Street, Warren. All events are free. Concert … more
The Town of Bristol offers a free summer concert series. Bring blankets, chairs and picnics. Performers are Michael DiMucci (pictured) on July 11 and The East Bay Summer Wind Ensemble on July 18. … more
Settler's Green, a development including 12 single-family homes and two apartment buildings comprising 108 units, was denied by the Warren Planning Board in early 2022. After two rounds of appeals, it's back. more
PORTSMOUTH — Avoid contact with upper Melville Pond, the state recommended in a July 5 advisory. The R.I. Department of Health (RIDOH) and the R.I. Department of Environmental … more
PORTSMOUTH — Town Council President Kevin Aguiar made a surprise announcement at the start of Monday’s regular meeting: There would be no meeting. more
The Sunset Music Series kicks things off on Thursday, July 11, with Neal and the Vipers and concludes on Aug. 29 with Roomful of Blues, with a great lineup in between. There are tables, chairs and … more
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