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Seven candidates will compete for seven seats on the Tiverton Town Council in this November's general election. And while most current council members hope to be re-elected, two have decided to bow … more
With election day still four months off, two candidates running for the House of Representatives District 70 seat in Tiverton wasted no time late last week trading barbs on everything from the second … more
PORTSMOUTH — Here are some recent highlights from the Portsmouth Police reports: more
A long-time professional mariner who lives with his wife aboard a boat at Tripp's has been named a new part time assistant harbormaster and deputy shellfish warden. Douglas Murphy was unanimously … more
Barrington residents Joe Lombardi and his sons Joey and Michael reeled in a 650-pound swordfish last weekend. Lombardi and his sons, fishing aboard their boat Strikezone, caught the massive fish … more
PORTSMOUTH — Municipal staff members, along with a few elected local and state officials, gave retiring Town Planner Gary Crosby a final sendoff this week, thanking him for his leadership … more
To the editor:The Phoenix editorial of last week recorded the loss of the dearly loved high school principal, Dr. Deb DiBiase. This is just another instance of the local Republican autocracy being … more
Julie Goucher, Bristol's Treasurer and Finance Director, is moving on. more
Legislation that would have restricted aquaculture operations along the Sakonnet River remained stalled in the House of Representatives when the General Assembly's 2022 session ended Friday. House … more
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