Video: Hurricane Gert creates great surfing at South Shore Beach

LITTLE COMPTON— Surfers headed in as the general public was ushered out by police at South Shore Beach in Little Compton on Wednesday. Hurricane Gert forming into a category 2 storm off the eastern …
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Warren police logs: Pair pulled over in stolen car

Monday, Aug. 7 A caller from Davis Street reported being harassed by a man from the area. A detail police officer reported seeing “multiple” rats on Water Street. No contemporary …

Survey: Slightly more Portsmouth residents prefer curbside pickup

PORTSMOUTH — With time running out on choosing Portsmouth’s future method of trash disposal, the Town Council Tuesday night set a date for a public workshop to weigh all options: Tuesday, …

New store coming to Barrington shopping plaza

The Barrington Town Council recently approved a second hand dealer license to Carolyn Gloster, who plans to open a new business in the Kent Street shopping plaza. The Golden Sparrow will …

Italian Food Festival in Barrington is a success

When John St. Angelo was seen scurrying across the Holy Angles Church parking lot Saturday afternoon with boxes of pasta in tow, people got the feeling that something special was going on inside the …
Obituaries
Stanley Stanko, 99, Warren

With deep sympathy the family of Stanley J. Stanko announces his passing at age 99. Staff Sergeant Technician Third Grade, Mr. Stanko proudly served in the United States Army during World War II …

E. Howland Bowen, 86, Little Compton

Mary A. DeFusco, 98, Bristol

Edward R. Marshall, 80, formerly of Bristol

Rose M. Conti, 93, Bristol

Zoe E. Woodruff, 86, of Barrington

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