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To the editor: Congratulations to Portsmouth’s COVID-19 Emergency Management Team (IMT) for their great efforts to actively seek donations of critically needed personnel protective equipment … more
Robert William Herrmann, 63, of Cooke Street, Bristol, passed away on April 2, 2020, at home. Born in Florence, Kentucky, he was the son of the late Raymond and Ethel May (Cardoza) Herrmann. He is … more
The Little Compton Town Council will meet remotely via video and telephone this Thursday, April 9, at 5:30 p.m. This will be the council's first meeting since its March 16 emergency meeting, at which … more
Barrington police are investigating a strange situation discovered at the Shaw's Supermarket in the Barrington Shopping Center. On Saturday, April 4, a store employee told police that obscene … more
John A. Kirby Jr., 52, of Bristol passed away suddenly while recovering from surgery at Newport Hospital on April 2, 2020. He was surrounded by his loving family. John was born in Providence. He … more
To the editor: None of us have ever experienced anything quite like this before — the rise of a highly contagious illness has completely changed our way of life. For so many families these … more
Carol Riley has always loved to sew, and the Dublin, Ireland native designs and sells her hand-made clothing online and at her store, Tatters, in the old St. Jean the Baptiste Church her family owns … more
PORTSMOUTH — In an effort to assist local businesses during the COVID-19 crisis, the Town Council Monday night voted 4-3 to suspend enforcement of Portsmouth’s single-use plastic bag … more
To the editor: As a retired Naval Officer, many fellow service members and I have been graced by the gratitude of citizens who sincerely stated in passing “thank you for your service,” … more
Barrington Police Chief Dino DeCrescenzo is asking all residents to avoid coming to the police station unless it is an emergency. The request was made as officials try to limit the spread of the … more
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