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The Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RISPCA) is working with a Warren woman to find homes for some of the 30 cats she had taken in at her South Cornell Avenue … more
The annual budget hearing — the precursor for the financial town meeting — will be held tonight, Wednesday, July 1 at 7 p.m., online. The Barrington Committee on Appropriations has … more
The International Olympic Committee may have canceled this year's Summer Games, but Barrington will be holding its own "Virtual Olympics" later this month. The BAY Team has planned a series of … more
The big race in Warren this election year will be for two open seats on the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee. With two seats up for grabs following the decision of members John Saviano and … more
Little Compton succeeded at holding its first remote Town Meeting Tuesday evening and managed to pass a budget just in the nick of time. Just hours after all had tuned out, the fiscal year came to … more
PORTSMOUTH — Starting today, June 30, the capacity of visitors allowed at the Portsmouth Dog Park has been increased in accordance with Gov. Gina’s Raimondo’s Phase 3 … more
PORTSMOUTH — Its buildings may be closed due to the pandemic, but the Portsmouth Historical Society is still giving visitors the opportunity to experience a little bit of local … more
A Warren Little League coach and former East Bay Warriors Pop Warner football coach was arrested early Tuesday and charged with possession of child pornography. Rhode Island State Police on … more
On Friday evenings, Father TJ Varghese travels to Providence and volunteers his time feeding meals to the homeless. Rain or shine. In warm weather and cold. He enjoys the opportunity to help, to … more
For the second time, a judge has rejected union efforts to reinstate fired Tiverton teacher and union representative Amy Mullen. On Monday, June 29, US District Court Judge Judge John McConnell … more
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