Special Christmas service planned at Holy Angels
Holy Angels Church will be filled with beautiful Christmas music on Sunday, Dec. 17, at 5 p.m., with a Lessons and Carols service. The … Read More
Former Bristol senior center director reaches plea agreement, gets probation
Former Bristol Senior Center Director Maria Ursini reached a plea agreement with the Town of Bristol, which agreed to drop two felony … Read More
Parents: Vaping plagues Barrington High bathrooms
Long gone are the days of smoking in the boy’s room at Barrington High School. The new trend is vaping in the boy’s room. And … Read More
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Committee gets update on new East Providence High School plans
EAST PROVIDENCE — As part of its ongoing effort to adhere to state guidelines for the potential construction of a new high school, … Read More
Tree huggers abound as Christmas draws near
“You’ve gotta love trees and people to be in this business,” Frank Fales said as he secured a seven-foot Fraser to the car roof … Read More
Burned but not beaten, resident vows to rebuild
Sam Abram revisited his Bowden Avenue home on Friday afternoon. The longtime resident used crutches while navigating the rooms, … Read More
Task Force proposals could directly affect new East Providence High School effort
EAST PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island School Building Task Force, co-chaired by General Treasurer Seth Magaziner and Education … Read More
High school students stage Miss Charity, for charity
Mt. Hope High School students Madison Rodriques and Sloan Simpson organized and produced the school’s first-ever Miss Charity … Read More
New restaurant planned for former McBlarney's site in Warren
The former owner of the Tuscan Tavern at 632 Metacom Ave. plans to open up a new restaurant on the site, following the closure of … Read More
Thomas Joseph Daley, 86, Westport

Thomas Joseph Daley, 86, born in Fall River, son of the late  Joseph and Emma (Christopher) Daley, went to his heavenly reward after a brief illness. He was predeceased by the love of his life, …

Jane P. Cabot, 87, Little Compton

Ferdinand DeRensis, 95, Barrington

William M. Hatzell, 62, Warren

Doris I. Drapeau, 93, Tiverton

MaryRose “Ma” Aguiar, 92, of Florida

Bristol Police: Arrests for domestic assault, DUI, cyberstalking From Dec. 4 to Dec. 10, Bristol police officers responded to dozens of calls and made nine arrests. Below is a roundup of activity for that week. Monday, Dec. 4 A neighbor reported a verbal …
Portsmouth Police charge 2 with threatening public officials PORTSMOUTH — In separate incidents on Tuesday, Dec. 12, police charged two men with making threats to public officials. The first took place around 5:30 p.m., when Antonio P. Vieira, …
Head-on collision leads to drunk driving arrest in Bristol A 39-year-old Bristol resident was arrested for drunk driving after slamming his gray Volvo into another car and injuring its female driver just after midnight on Sunday morning. The accident …
Letter: Plan for casino revenue complete — What do you think? To the editor: After seven months, the Tiverton Casino Subcommittee completed their work and submitted a final report to the Tiverton Town Council at its December 11 council meeting. The …
Letter: Setting things straight on some Christmas notions To the editor: I notice ideas about Christmas that I believe need to be challenged. You may think I am late in addressing this topic, but that is the first idea I want to challenge.  We are not …
Letter: Relentless pounding takes toll on lovely Sakonnet Light To the editor: Just to clear your head of the bucolic memories we all carry of warm breezes and gentle waves caressing Sakonnet Point at summer’s end, please enjoy this image captured by …
Letter: Forshee grossly misinformed on cats and coyotes To the editor:For the woman who has written letters about coyote vs cat and thinks the cat should not be preyed upon due to her neglegence, should get themselves educated on being a responsible pet …

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