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Architectural marvel is a beacon of light

Jonathan Levi lives within his life’s work. His home, nestled along the east branch of the Westport River, is unlike any other.

Besides being home to Levi and his wife, it is a physical … MORE

Florida man named as suspect in East Providence shooting, chase

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Police identified the suspect and announced charges he faces from a harrowing chase he led officers through Friday afternoon, Dec. 1.

Joshua D. Pavao, … MORE

State police: LC clerk admitted embezzlement

A Little Compton Town Hall employee charged last week with embezzlement admitted in an interview with Rhode Island State Police to taking $1,000 in cash that had been brought in as a tax payment, … MORE

East Bay legislator considers running for Rhode Island Attorney General

Residents voice strong opposition to Portsmouth roundabout

PORTSMOUTH — Several hundred residents crowded the Portsmouth High School auditorium Thursday night, the great majority of them with a resounding message for the Town Council: They … MORE

Victim of bike path collision alleges incident was targeted

Community/rec center idea in East Providence seemingly clears final hurdle

Westport Point homeowner says he'll comply with town

While he said he’s done nothing wrong, followed the letter of the law and isn’t trying to get away with anything, the owner of a Westport Point home called out by the historical … MORE

More details emerge on large Child Street development in Warren


Bristol House of Pizza delivers, whether by land or by sea

Greg Gatos wasn't about to let a little thing, like the Mt. Hope Bay, get between him and a satisfied customer. MORE

Spruced up one last time in Westport

Every Christmas season, year in and out, Ray Elias climbed the large spruce in the front yard of his Holly Lane home, decorated it and otherwise made it look perfect for the holiday season, much to … MORE

Bristol author releases first children's book about opera-singing mouse

It’s the first children’s book for the author who has previously published five novels, and by her own admission generally traffics in mystery and mayhem. MORE


Portsmouth Police charge woman with trafficking fentanyl

PORTSMOUTH — A 29-year-old woman was arrested Wednesday, Dec. 6, on charges of trafficking fentanyl in the local area.

After an ongoing investigation, at about 11 a.m. on Wednesday … MORE

Bristol PD: Man with knife arrested at local coffee shop

Westport man charged in home invasion


The Israeli-Hamas war is a loss all-around

It’s almost crass to write about the Israeli-Hamas war in the abstract. Whether it is a father searching for his children under rubble that had been his home in Gaza or a parent and child bound … MORE

Letter: RIDOT is like the black hat villain showing up in town

The special Town Council meeting on Nov. 30 was held at the Portsmouth High School and was well attended because the agenda items were the transfer station and the proposed … MORE

Letter: Why talking about slavery is still important

It is up to us, today’s inhabitants of this area, that we account for the past in order to live more freely toward an equitable future. MORE

Letter: Exploding deer population is our fault, not theirs

I am writing in response to Sidney Tynan's letter last week , "What's to be done about all the deer?" and to others who have complained about the explosion of the deer breeding populations and the … MORE


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