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Betsy Brenner stood on the tennis court and just watched. During most matches, the Barrington High School coach will share tips or instructions with her players. But not on Sunday during the state … more
To the editor: Business leaders from across the state held a press conference recently to address proposed tax legislation and the impact it would have on Rhode Island’s business climate. … more
The Barrington High School girls lacrosse team punched its ticket to the Division I State Finals by defeating Lincoln School 14-9 in the semifinals on Thursday, June 17. The Eagles will play … more
The Barrington High School baseball team has outscored its playoff opponents 22-0 in the first two rounds of the Division II tournament.  But starting on Friday, the Eagles will face a new … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — While the City Council was considering changing the ordinance around qualifications for new police officer recruitment last week, the administration was also beginning its … more
One ballot. That is all that separated the vote to spend $3.5 million to purchase the former Carmelite Monastery property on Watson Avenue. At the financial town meeting on Wednesday night, 176 … more
Thank you to all the heroic CNAs, nurses and support staff at all long-term care facilities for working through this wretched COVID pandemic. Many of us would have been lost without … more
I often read Arlene Violet’s columns in the East Bay newspapers. I usually find them interesting and informative. She is an accomplished woman – a former nun, former Rhode Island attorney … more
As Father’s Day approaches it is a good time to remember lessons learned from your Dad. Here is one of my favorites. A lesson in adaptability. In the mid-1950s growing up, my Dad worked … more
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