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The Bristol Republican Town Committee (BRTC) will host a Presidential Primary Signature Drive in an effort to get all republican presidential candidates on the Rhode Island ballot in time for the April 26 primary. The event...

Last week's snow storm wasn’t bad and by the end of the week, the snow will be mostly gone. But if it starts piling up again, Warren officials have a simple message for property owners...

The Anderson family said it reached a breaking point Saturday night, Jan. 23. That’s when the Barrington residents decided to shut down their business, Ava Anderson Non Toxic. Kim Anderson, the founder and president of...

  Developer hopes for public/private funding mix By Tom Killin Dalglish [email protected] TIVERTON — Town Council members grilled representatives of Legacy Development for three-and-a-half hours Monday over the Kansas firm’s plans to build an outlet shopping center on...

Former Providence Mayor and longtime Bristol Fourth of July Parade attraction Vincent A. "Buddy" Cianci died today. He was 74. It is impossible to separate Mr. Cianci and his history in the Town of Bristol....

The owner of the popular Warren burger bar Chomp Kitchen and Drinks plans to open The Statesman Tavern at 31 State St., home of the acclaimed Persimmon restaurant. After ten years in Bristol, Persimmon...

Photographer Butch Lombardi took this photo this week of two adult bald eagles roosting on a local osprey platform. Mr. Lombardi saw his first eagle here eight years ago, and since then they’ve become a...

It’s among the region’s favorite sledding hills and, without trees or traffic, safer than some. But there have been accidents at Smith Hill (aka, Bone Hill and, incorrectly, Potato Hill), a couple of them serious...

PORTSMOUTH — In a world surrounded by social media and technology, having your hashtag or meme go viral is almost the same as being famous. Going viral is indeed the goal of Portsmouth High School’s...

There's a bustling crowd in the gluten-friendly kitchen at Hope & Main in Warren; Rhode Island's first culinary business incubator. It's a somewhat unusual sight—most Hope & Main "makers" are solitary or partnered pursuits....
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