Saturday, February 6, 2016

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EAST PROVIDENCE — There is a consensus among the city's elected officials and administrators that something needs to be done about the state of East Providence High School. However, how the facility is improved...

PORTSMOUTH — You’ll have to stretch your neck a little more to see the top of the new wind turbine when it goes up. The Town Council Monday night unanimously approved a request by contractor Wind...

  Orders Gomez statement to be disclosed LITTLE COMPTON — The Rhode Island Attorney General's Office on New Year’s Eve ruled that a written statement (or what he called notes), that former School Committee Chairman Donald...

Four years of discussing later school start times ended at the Barrington Middle School library on Thursday night, Jan. 7, as Kate Brody, Patrick Guida and Bob Shea voted in favor of moving the...

EAST PROVIDENCE — The owner of the establishment was arrested and a city landmark eatery has been shuttered at least temporarily by the state for failing to pay its taxes. East Providence Police, at the...

PORTSMOUTH — Got an old Little Tykes playhouse or a broken widescreen TV that you’re itching to get rid of? If so, lug them up to Portsmouth High School this Saturday, Jan. 9. The Town of...

Denise Alves sat toward the back of council chambers during a recent session of municipal court and listened to the testimony. The new director of the BAY Team (formerly Barrington's substance abuse task force) heard...

PORTSMOUTH — Despite larger name recognition and the majority of eligible voters in his own backyard, Democrat and local resident James Seveney trailed Republican John Pagliarini of Tiverton for the District 11 State Senate seat...

LITTLE COMPTON — The public and interested parties — such as representatives from Carolyn's Sakonnet Vineyard, The Stone House, and Simmons Café and Market — will get a chance at public hearings this week...

PORTSMOUTH — Voters will be asked to decide who will fill the vacant District 11 State Senate seat in a special election Tuesday, Jan. 5. The election pits Democrat James A. Seveney of Portsmouth against Republican...
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