Saturday, February 6, 2016

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TIVERTON — Twin River Management Group announced Tuesday that it hopes to build a casino on land alongside Route 24 by the Massachusetts border. If approved, it would ultimately replace Newport Grand. John E. Taylor...

Police closed Thames Street just after 4 p.m. Tuesday after a utility pole just outside Independence Park leaned over, snapping live wires that fell into the road near the entrance to the park. No one...

Barrington police are looking for information on the whereabouts of an East Providence man who allegedly robbed a Citizens Bank in town. According to local police, Aaron M. Lapointe, of 803 Willett Ave., entered the...

EAST PROVIDENCE — An eight-hour stand-off between East Providence Police and a man holed up in a residence on North Street in the Riverside section of the city ended without incident at approximately 9:45...

EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence Police remained in a long stand-off with a male at a residence in the Riverside section of the city well into Friday evening, April 3. According to an eyewitness account,...

After leading the charge to help area veterans get assistance and recognition, fighting against LNG in Mt. Hope Bay and tolls on the bridge, and leading the House Finance Committee as its chairman, Bristol...

A recorded telephone message was shared with parents of Barrington school children on Thursday, notifying them that all after-school activities had been canceled. Barrington Superintendent of Schools Michael Messore said in the message that all...

Bristol police and fire, as well as National Grid crews are at the site of Bell Tower Plaza where a roof collapse caused the evacuation of the Metacom Avenue strip mall. At around 2:45 p.m....

A first grade student at Nayatt School in Barrington who was reported missing on Tuesday afternoon, March 3, was located at a friend's house after an intense 20-minute search. According to police, the young student walked...

The Department of Environmental Management announced that conditionally-approved areas of Mount Hope Bay and the Kickemuit River will be closed to shellfishing beginning at sunrise on Thursday, Feb. 26. DEM enacted the emergency closure because...
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