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Bristol voters narrowly approved a ballot question opening up the town to recreational marijuana businesses. more
PORTSMOUTH — Democrats will maintain their majority on the Town Council, and Linda Ujifusa will take over the R.I. Senate District 11 seat being vacated by retiring Sen. James Seveney. more
Voters elected Jessica Almeida (3,062), re-elected Carly Reich (2,471), and elected Adam McGovern (2,427) out of the eight eligible candidates on the ballot for school committee. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Governor Dan McKee, so often a visitor to the city over the past year for various events and ceremonies, made yet another trip to East Providence around lunchtime on Election … more
The Kickemuit girls soccer team and their fans erupted in cheer after the Huskies shutout Gallagher Middle School 2-0 in the middle school state championship at Johnston Stadium on Thursday night. … more
The final part in a Q&A series with Bristol's candidates for school committee. more
Tis the season… for an even greater amount of need across the East Bay. The all-volunteer organization Tap-In, which helps people in need in Barrington, Warren, Bristol and East Providence, … more
The acquisition of Vapor means that the Herreshoff Marine Museum now has seven marine steam engines — the largest collection in the world. more
A recent harrowing incident in the cafeteria at the Guiteras School ended well, thanks to the skills and quick thinking of custodian Bobby Santos. more
To the editor: I am writing to commend the members of the Bristol Town Council for their wise decision at their meeting on Sept. 21 to support the proposal of the Bristol Middle Passage Committee … more
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