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Bristol resident runs Boston for Doug Flutie Foundation

Laura Bell said the 'uniquely human' experience was grueling, but unforgettable.
19-year-old Bristol mother arrested following sudden death of infant
A teenage mother was arrested in Bristol on Tuesday and charged with child endangerment and obstructing an officer following the … Read More
‘David vs. Goliath’ – the East Bay and the affordable housing fight
Shown here are the “affordability” metrics for the communities in the East Bay of Rhode Island. East Providence leads the way with … Read More
Lawmakers discuss a shortage of doctors and a bridge tumbling down
The East Bay Chamber of Commerce hosted a breakfast meeting with legislators earlier this month, with topics ranging from healthcare … Read More
Sports
RIDEM stock ponds in anticipation of 2024 trout season
A rite of spring as much as any other, Opening Day of the 2024 trout season is set for Saturday, April 13, and the Rhode Island … Read More
Portsmouth wins home opener against Mt. Hope, 8-3
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School varsity baseball team started its season in fine fashion Monday, winning a home opener … Read More
Fun is the name of the game for Fullen and Huskies
Mt. Hope coach Tom Fullen smiled while talking about this season’s unified basketball team. “It’s the most fun that’d I … Read More
Obituaries
Peter Wilk Peter "Pete" Douglas Wilk, 58, of Annandale, VA, formerly of Barrington, RI, passed away April 2, 2024, with family and friends by his side after a courageous and inspiring 15-month battle with Gliobl
Martha Fuller Martha MacLeish Fuller, of Somerville, MA, and Prudence Island, RI, died on April 10, 2024, after an extended attempt to coexist with colon and pancreatic cancer. She was the daughter of Kenneth Mac
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