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Community groups get RWU grants

Roger Williams University announced it has granted more than $12,000 to seven local organizations as part of the Fund for Civic Activities program The awards are intended to provide support to local organizations that apply for funding through the program. Selections are made by the 12-person Cooperative Committee, which comprises individuals from both the Town

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Decision could affect East Providence High School coaches

EAST PROVIDENCE — Can city workers use personal or vacation time to work other jobs? According to a decree from Acting City Manager Paul Lemont, the answer is no. Mr. Lemont made his position known after recent events brought the question to his attention. When city employee Leah Stoddard first was offered and wanted to

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Few show for Portsmouth budget hearing

PORTSMOUTH — The Town Council breezed through Portsmouth’s 2016 fiscal budget in 37 minutes Wednesday night with little comment. Larry Fitzmorris of the taxpayer watchdog group Portsmouth Concerned Citizens said he counted only “eight civilians” in attendance at the annual budget hearing at the Portsmouth Middle School “Little Theater.” The rest were town officials or municipal

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Incumbents reelected to Portsmouth water board

PORTSMOUTH — Four incumbents who ran uncontested were reelected during the Portsmouth Water and Fire District’s annual election held Wednesday. Theodore T. Czech (64 votes) and Michael W. Nott (54 votes) were elected to the positions of tax assessor for three-year terms. Frederick W. Faerber III, with 55 votes, was reelected tax collector for a three-year

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Portugal ambassador visits Bristol

Above: Nuno Drito displays a State House citation he received while visiting Bristol recently. Among those who welcomed Portugal’s Ambassador to the United States was Rep. Ken Marshall, center, and Town Administrator Tony Teixeira. Portugal’s ambassador to the United States, Nuno Drito, paid a visit to Bristol on Saturday, June 6, where he met with

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Public hearing on Portsmouth budget is tonight

PORTSMOUTH — Taxpayers will have the opportunity tonight to comment on a proposed $58.26 million budget that’s expected to have little impact on the tax rate. The hearing begins at 7 p.m. at the Portsmouth Middle School auditorium (“Little Theater”), 125 Jepson Lane. The council last month voted 6-1 to approve a provisional budget of $58.26

Dairy farmer Louis Escobar of Highland Farm could not attend Monday’s Town Council meeting because he was injured in a fall from his tractor Thursday morning. This photo was taken on his farm in April 2013. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr.

Portsmouth farmers may seek permits for special events

Above: Dairy farmer Louis Escobar of Highland Farm could not attend Monday’s Town Council meeting because he was injured in a fall from his tractor Thursday morning. This photo was taken on his farm in April 2013. Photo by Richard W. Dionne Jr. PORTSMOUTH — Saying it needs to do whatever it can to help Portsmouth

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