Bristol’s golden girl headed to next Games

After traveling half-way around the world, competing at the highest level of her sport, and coming home a champion, Bristol’s own world-class athlete didn’t just on her laurels. She went …

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

The following homes have changed hands recently in towns around the East Bay: Barrington 3 Houghton St. — $410,000 4 Paquin Road — $355,000 16 Evergreen St. — …
Opinion
Letter: A true coincidence in a Barrington neighborhood

To the editor: I never write letters to the editor. However, this story is one I have long wanted to tell.  One day, approximately twenty years ago, I was outside my home when I said to my …

More Local News

Barrington schools celebrate win at financial town meeting

Barrington taxpayers voted overwhelmingly to restore the school district's initial request for a $1.2 million increase at Wednesday night's financial town meeting. A crowd of more than 500 people …

Stanfield pleads guilty to 2015 East Providence Mother’s Day murder

PROVIDENCE — The perpetrator in the murder of a city woman on Mother’s Day 2015 acknowledged guilt and accepted a life sentence during proceedings Wednesday morning, May 24, in Superior …

Water authority ‘hopeful’ East Providence will join pipe project

Just a few weeks after announcing a decision to move on a backup water supply without East Providence’s involvement, Bristol County Water Authority Executive Director Pamela Marchand said she …

Gov. Gina Raimondo visits Portsmouth Senior Center (photos)

PORTSMOUTH — Gov. Gina Raimondo made a pitstop in Portsmouth last week, taking a tour of New England Boatworks — recently recognized for being the state’s largest …

New digital Veterans Honor Roll dedicated in Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH — Residents will be now have detailed information at their fingertips about local people who served in the military. On Saturday the Town Council and the Veterans Honor Roll …
Business
The matriarchs of hair

"The state inspector who licensed us, he said we would never last, five women owning a business together," said Jo Ann Pasqual, a comment that elicits a good laugh among Pasqual and her partners …

Obituaries
Luis Miguel Araujo, 40, Warren

Luis Miguel Araujo, 40, of Riverview Street, Warren, passed away on May 21, 2017. Born in Villa Franca, St. Michael, Azores, he was the son of the late Jose Esperito Santo Araujo and Maria Sofia …

Carl E. Harper, 78, Warren

Joseph C. Bellas, 86, formerly of Barrington

Dr. John Champlin Lathrop, 89, formerly of Barrington

Gladys S. Vermette, 97, Bristol

Brian Daniels, 35, Bristol

Sports
Drizzly softball game called with Portsmouth up, 8-3

PORTSMOUTH — Members of the Portsmouth High varsity softball team had an 8-3 lead as they came to the plate in the bottom of the sixth inning against Johnston Monday …

Mt. Hope student among state’s ‘Golden Dozen’

Westport girls tennis team drives toward playoffs

East Providence baseball team upsets first place South Kingstown

Photos: Olympic swimmer stops by Bayside YMCA

Opinion
Letter: Beauty business is entrepreneurial incubator

Turning to page 1 of East Bay Life and seeing the celebration of Caboret Salon made me smile. It was so nice to see not only a successful business being celebrated in the paper, but a women owned …

Letter: Funding issues put old cemetery at risk

Letter: Education is Barrington’s industry; we must invest in it

Letter: Vote Rosengard for committee on appropriations

Letter: Committee on appropriations is important to town politics

Things to do
Tough Kids Challenge returns to Westport June 4

For the third straight year, the Westport Elementary/Macomber Schoool Parent Teacher Organization has issued a Tough Kids Challenge. This year’s challenge takes place Sunday, June 4 starting at …

Stones That Speak: Cemetery lecture in Portsmouth Saturday

Warren podcasters reach milestone

Touch-a-Truck is this Saturday at Glen Park in Portsmouth

‘A Chorus Line’

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