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Prudence Island residents gather inside the Union Church to discuss island-related issues with the Town Council Saturday.

Prudence residents talk roads, hunting

Prudence residents talk roads, hunting

Above: Prudence Island residents gather inside the Union Church to discuss island-related issues with the Town Council Saturday. PRUDENCE ISLAND — Last year Prudence Island residents had a strongly worded message for members of the Town Council during their annual meeting to the island: Please get Narragansett Avenue paved. The bumpy 2.6-mile road, which runs along the

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Portsmouth’s West expected to serve as Elections board acting chair

PROVIDENCE —East Bay Newspapers has learned Richard Pierce, of Cranston, resigned today Friday, July 24, as the chairman of the Rhode Island State Board of Elections. Mr. Pierce cited family obligations as the reason he stepped down. In Mr. Pierce’s place is expected to be William West of Portsmouth. Mr. West is currently the vice

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Mayor is pleased with pool of East Providence manager applicants

EAST PROVIDENCE — With the end of the application period coming Wednesday, July 22, the East Providence City Council wasted little time moving forward with the process of finding a permanent city manager as the elected officials met in an executive session the same day to review the resumes of prospective candidates. Council President and

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Council rejects massive Tiverton Glen project

Cheers greet decision to deny necessary town plan changes TIVERTON — The mega-development known as Tiverton Glen was rejected on a 5-2 vote late Monday night, July 20, by the Tiverton Town Council. The proposal to build a 63.4 acre multi-use project by that name, between Route 24 and Souza Road, and Main and Fish

New Town Administrator Richard Rainer checks his e-mail in his office at Town Hall last week.

Portsmouth’s new manager says he has vested interest in job

Above: New Town Administrator Richard Rainer checks his e-mail in his office at Town Hall last week. PORTSMOUTH — As a longtime executive in the U.S. Naval Forces, Richard Rainer has called many different places home over the previous three decades. “I think this is our 18th move in 30 years,” he said of relocating to

An inspector atop the wind turbine at Portsmouth High School in May 2014.

Portsmouth council notes: Turbine talk, more

Above: An inspector atop the wind turbine at Portsmouth High School in May 2014. PORTSMOUTH — Before the public portion of Monday’s Town Council meeting began, members met in executive session to discuss the broken wind turbine at the high school. Voters approved building the turbine with a $3 million bond issue in 2007. The windmill

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