East Providence boys' soccer club earns playoff berth

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School boys' soccer team got the points it needed to qualify for the Division I playoffs in its regular season finale after the Townies …
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East Providence City Council passes final FY16-17 budget

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence City Council at a brief special session held Tuesday night, Oct. 25, gave its formal backing to a revised version of the Fiscal Year 2016-17 budget. The …

Bristol Town Council, Administrator candidates face off tonight

Voters will get a chance to meet the candidates for Town Council and Town Administrator in Bristol when the League of Women Voters and East Bay Newspapers host a public forum Tuesday, Oct. 25, at the …

Growth reported at Portsmouth’s beach and campground

PORTSMOUTH — The Town Council Monday night heard about improvements and ideas to boost revenue at two of its recreational jewels: Sandy Point Beach and Melville Campground. Tim Dunbar, …

Police trace death threats back to local teenagers

On Saturday, Oct. 22, a day before hundreds of people paraded past his house on Knapton Street, Alan Sorrentino told Barrington police that his life had been threatened. In a complaint filed with …

Warren police logs: Gorilla(?) in the streets

Monday, Oct. 17 A caller complained that multiple people were banging on her mother’s door on Bowen Street. It turned out to be National Grid employees attempting to get a car moved for …

Powder Puff power

It was role reversal on the football field at Mt. Hope High School on Sunday, Oct, 19, as the girls took to the gridiron and the boys cheered from the sidelines in the annual Powder Puff Bowl. The …

‘Rhode Island Nine’ are memorialized in Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH — Lt. Col. David Fallon said he didn’t realize the “full price that Rhode Island paid” on Oct. 23, 1983 until just recently, when he visited the Beirut …

They’re back ... Calf discovered in animal ‘hell hole’ - more may be coming

Less than three months after the mass exodus of nearly 1,400 animals from the 70-acre “hell-hole” off 465 American Legion Highway in Westport, one of the so-called farmers is back at it. After …
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Letter: Mr. Sorrentino had no right to body shame women

To the editor: The Times recently published a letter from Mr. Alan Sorrentino, in which he admonished local women for wearing yoga pants. He suggested that women of only a certain age should wear …

Letter: He had every right to criticize yoga pants — even mine!

Letter: Would Barrington Times print a racist letter?

Pacheco dedication honors ‘service above self’

Letter: Safe, affordable homes out of reach for many

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Combat chilly weather with this colorful tomato/egg dish

By Lynda Regolrego@eastbaynewspapers.comA shakshuka is a beautiful thing — and perfect for this cool fall weather. A bright red tomatoey sauce with sunny eggs and bright green herbs is just …

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