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One of Warren's longest Thanksgiving traditions is off this year, a victim like many others of the Covid-19 pandemic. The annual Thanksgiving meals preparation and delivery drive, run yearly out … more
There’s no truth to the rumor that Barrington’s Maile Somera, a sophomore at Yale, was born with a volleyball in her cradle. But it’s close. Her mother, Nancy, was a four-year … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Town Council Monday unanimously approved a letter telling National Grid to discontinue a portable LNG facility at Old Mill Lane “as soon as possible, saying … more
PORTSMOUTH — Isabelle Kelly will become the newest member of the School Committee, as she was appointed by the Town Council Monday night to fill an unexpired term on the board. Four … more
WESTPORT — A New Bedford woman faces charges including drunk driving after she allegedly drove over a motorcyclist in Fall River and then crashed her car into a building and a guardrail in … more
WESTPORT — She was expecting a free pre-Thanksgiving Stop & Shop grocery delivery, courtesy of Stop & Shop and a thoughtful son who is serving with the US Marines in North … more
NORTH SCITUATE — Nikkilas Jones, 30, of 47 West Pontiac St., Warwick, was charged on November 20, 2020 with two counts of Sexual Assault-2nd Degree. Jones was employed at Bradley Hospital, … more
The Tiverton field hockey team lost to South Kingstown, 1-0, in the D-II Semifinals at Curtis Corner Middle School on Tuesday night. The Tigers ended their season with a 3-2-1 record. South Kingstown … more
Barrington police received a call about a fight between two landscapers that occurred on Adams Point Road on Thursday, Nov. 19. Police said one of the landscapers intentionally struck the other … more
Monday, Nov. 16 Police were called out to Metacom Avenue for an injured raccoon. Loose dog calls came in almost simultaneously from Water and Liberty streets. A caller complained about a car … more
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