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A public/private effort to transform the old National Grid property in the shadow of the Warren River Bridge into a gateway center with a public area, riverwalk and shops/eateries could be ready for … more
PORTSMOUTH — A citizens group that protested the recent passage of a new solar ordinance with no success is now turning to the legal system in an attempt to find relief. Portsmouth … more
Bristol Police had no arrests from Jan. 4 to 10, though they responded to the usual array of neighbort complaints and reckless drivers.  Monday, Jan. 4 A resident on Kickemuit Avenue … more
The Bristol Democratic Town Committee held its biennial reorganizational meeting and election of officers on Monday, Jan. 11. Three officers retained positions first assumed two years ago: Erich … more
Barrington Town Manager Jim Cunha is recommending residents make time to get tested for Covid-19. The Rhode Island National Guard and the Rhode Island Department of Health are co-sponsoring the … more
The Barrington Fire Department’s old ladder truck may be gone, but it is not forgotten. In fact, during the recent council meeting, the truck became the subject of a brief discussion. Early … more
More than 51,000 Rhode Islanders had been at least partially vaccinated against the coronavirus by Friday morning, according to state Department of Health officials, with 9,243 of them fully … more
PORTSMOUTH — On July 1, will local senior citizens have a place to play pool, get some exercise through line dancing or yoga, receive free tax help, pick up a box lunch, or get together … more
Barrington Town Manager Jim Cunha shared some good news during Monday night’s council meeting: In 60 years, Barrington has not had a single pedestrian fatality. That record runs in stark … more
Monday, Jan. 4 Police checked the area of Warren Avenue at 9:02 am after receiving a call about trucks using the road illegally as a cut-through. An officer responded to a report of a newspaper … more
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