Crowther’s chowder scores at Great Cook-Off

LITTLE COMPTON — They lacked the big crew and eye-catching promotional materials of some of the competition, but Crowther’s Restaurant had one important thing going for it when it ventured across …

Portsmouth newlyweds leave reception to join Zumba class

PORTSMOUTH — They couldn’t afford to invite all their Zumba friends to their wedding on Thursday, so Justin Bennett and Tiffany MacDonald did the next best thing.
Opinion
Letter: Support for farm animal protection bill

To the editor: I’ve been a veterinarian for 10 years, and I take my duty to protect animals from cruelty very seriously. That’s why I’m proud to support House Bill 6023, …

More Local News

A July weekend celebration of Ted Hood's boats

Ted Hood had a hand in the creation of countless boats — sail and power — and the Herreshoff Marine Museum invites owners of Hood-designed boats to a three-day rendezvous at the museum in …

Rotary club installs officers, plans to plant trees

Against a spectacular early summer backdrop of boats sailing up the Warren River, the Warren Barrington Rotary Club held its annual installation of officers last Tuesday night at the Wharf Tavern. …

Detroit Breakdown, Gerry Grimo headline Concert Series Friday

Start the evening with some jazz, and end up dancing in the aisles at tonight's Fourth of July concerts at INdependence Park. The following bands are scheduled to perform tonight: Gerry Grimo …

East Bay men indicted on robbery, conspiracy charges

The Providence County Grand Jury has indicted two East Bay men on charges of first degree robbery and conspiracy. Kiefer H. McCaughley, 26, of 180 Bay View Ave., Apt. 1, Bristol, and Adam Justin …

Thief strikes outside Barrington church during morning Mass

Barrington police are investigating a few larcenies from motor vehicles that occurred last week. On Sunday, June 18, a Barrington woman was attending Mass at Holy Angels Church on Maple Avenue. …
Business
Off the Market: Homes sold in towns around East Bay

The following homes have changed hands recently in towns around the East Bay: Barrington 19 Oak Grove Ave — $409,000 29 Commonwealth Ave — $215,000 9 Fairview Circle — …

Obituaries
Carl L. Romano, 96, Warren

Carl L. Romano, 96, passed away Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at Hope Hospice & Palliative Care of Rhode Island. He was the husband of the late Helen (Haber) Romano. Born in Bristol, RI, a son of the …

Leon Francis Dobridnia, 96, Bristol

James P. DeCastro, 63, Bristol

Naomi E. 'Betty' McManus, 75, of Acton, Mass.

Eleanor P. Simons, 92, Little Compton

Viola C. Marino, 92, Warren

Sports
Golf tournament to fund higher education

Thousands of dollars have benefitted dozens of students over the years, and the Michael J. Mercurio Scholarship Foundation Memorial Golf Tournament aims for more when golfers tee off in a couple …

Barrington girl finishes 10th at track nationals

Photos: Andrade and company win 2017 CVS Health Charity Classic

Portsmouth’s McGuire again named Gatorade Player of the Year

Mt. Hope lacrosse player is All American

Opinion
Letter: Mr. Douglas should resign from appropriations

To the editor: I have been reading the letters about Mr. Douglas being on the COA being a conflict of interest. It is and he should resign. I say this with no malice.  Senator Cindy Coyne, …

Speak-Out: ‘Suspicious’ characters, attention for soap box winner

Letter: Together, we can disarm hate

Letter: Votes should have taken place at polls, not high school gym

Letter: Mr. Fuller needs to shut down his attacks

Things to do
View Purple Martins at Pic-Wil on Saturday

Mark your calendars for this Saturday, June 24, when the Barrington Land Conservation Trust holds a guided bird walk at the Pic-Wil Nature Preserve.  Hosted by the Barrington Recreation …

Classics featured Thursday at Fourth of July Concert Series

‘Behind Closed Doors’ uncovers Warren's hidden treasures

Local rock bands take the Independence Park stage Wednesday

Army Band kicks off Fourth of July Concert Series Tuesday

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