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TIVERTON — The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) recommends closing Grinnell’s Beach in Tiverton for swimming because of high bacteria levels.. RIDOH will continue to monitor and … more
PORTSMOUTH — When Brian Peters unexpectedly retired as deputy police chief in March 2018 after 20 years on the force, Police Chief Thomas Lee remarked that he had always wanted his … more
PORTSMOUTH — “It’s a class battle,” as Margie Brennan puts it. Ms. Brennan, a member of the nonprofit Kate Grana Music and Arts Association (KGMAA), which is leading … more
PORTSMOUTH — On Feb. 6, 2018, Nathan Bruno told his father he planned on skipping gym class at Portsmouth High School the next day. more
PORTSMOUTH — Here are some highlights from the Portsmouth Police report from over the past week. Tuesday, June 11 Natalia Morales, 35, 221 Sprague St., was charged with domestic … more
To the editor: The release of the investigative report surrounding the circumstances of the tragic loss of Nathan Bruno has reaffirmed the importance of the mission and goals set forth by Be Great … more
PORTSMOUTH — Four members of the Portsmouth High School girls’ track team earned All-American honors when they set a new Rhode Island record in the distance medley relay. Nikki … more
To the editor: On Wednesday, June 12, the Portsmouth Town council held a public hearing on the FY 2020 town budget. The council chambers were filled with many Prudence Island residents who … more
PORTSMOUTH — Ragged Island Brewing is now the official owner of the former Van Hof property on Bristol Ferry Road, where the business intends to relocate next year. more
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