Warren votes on marijuana growers tonight

The head of the Warren Town Council said he has questions over whether legalizing the growing of medical marijuana within the town’s borders will help the town financially, and whether an ordinance …
BHS leader named 'Principal of the Year'
"Hurley! Hurley! Hurley!" The chant filled the Barrington High School gymnasium as students and teachers awaited the arrival of … Read More
Westport baseball team struggles during latest stretch of games
After starting the season strong, going 2-1 over their first three games, the Westport baseball team has struggled as of late with a … Read More
Warren police logs: Two charged in theft of road signs
Monday, April 16A man complained that someone sideswiped his car on Main Street.Police got a call about a man in a hooded sweatshirt … Read More
The surest sign of spring
"So many places have beautiful daffodil displays," said Gail Read, Blithewold's Gardens Manager. "Blithewold doesn't have a display. … Read More
Discuss Westport’s budget at a public session Saturday
All are invited to discuss Annual Town Meeting matters in a setting less formal than Town Meeting, which is coming up on Tuesday, … Read More
Gallery: Rumford Towers Talent Show
EAST PROVIDENCE — On Sunday, April 22,, The Rumford Towers Variety Show was put on by the Rumford Towers Residents Association with … Read More
Mt. Hope student ‘dies’ in mock crash
Mt. Hope High School student Liam Bullard only had about 10 minutes to live when when his cell phone buzzed in class Thursday … Read More
Ag Trust seals 63-acre land deal near Commons
LITTLE COMPTON — A major land acquisition, that is likely to have far-reaching consequences for the Town of Little Compton, was … Read More
Affordable housing on the Commons?
LITTLE COMPTON — While affordable housing is off the table as a possible use for the 63-acre property just acquired by the Little … Read More
Agnes E. O’Brien, 99, East Providence

Agnes E. O’Brien (Tullson), 99, wife of the late John F. O’Brien, died on April 24, 2018 at the Philip Hulitar Hospice Center. She was the daughter of the late Christian and Alma (Quist) …

Maria da Conceicao Cabral, 97, of Bristol

Maria Eduarda Braga, 77, of Bristol

A letter to my son on his 18th birthday Happy 18th birthday T.J.!My sweet boy, you have been counting down the days to your 18th birthday since January 1 and it’s finally here! In honor of your big day, I wanted to make sure that you …
Governor Raimondo and Treasurer Magaziner take a giant step for education Governor Gina Raimondo and Treasurer Seth Magaziner have made the case for a statewide investment in public school buildings. As both correctly note, the longer the wait the more expensive it will be …
Letter: Bristol needs to protect historic heritage downtown On June 8, 2017, Bristol Town Administrator Steven Contente spoke in the Roswell Bosworth, Jr. Lecture Series about the development of two historic properties on Bristol’s downtown …
Gallery: EPHS Softball EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence High School softball team took a break from Division I regular season play last weekend to host North Smithfield in a non-league game. The Townies easily …
Bayside YMCA Stingrays place at regionals The Bayside YMCA Stingrays competed at the YMCA New England Championship held recently at MIT in Cambridge, Mass.   There were more than 60 YMCA teams from across New England that competed at …
Barrington volleyball bounces back, defeats Johnston The Barrington High School boys volleyball team improved to 3-3 after defeating Johnston 3-0 (25-11, 25-15, 25-18) on Monday night, April 23.  Barrington's Tyler Prates finished the game with …

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