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EAST PROVIDENCE — Prodded for a comment after a recent outcry from area residents and business owners, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation has clarified some details of its future plans … more
Monday, Oct. 7 A possibly injured swan on Kinnicutt Avenue was escorted back into the water, police reported. A caller reported a woman passed out on a bench on Main Street just after 10:30 … more
These Legal Notices were published in the Oct. 2 edition of the Warren Times-Gazette. more
The leader of the Bristol County Water Authority said Friday she is “satisfied” that the contractor in charge of repairing the leaky East Bay Pipeline made a simple mistake when including … more
The Rhode Island Attorney General’s Office will not pursue charges against Warren Town Council member Joseph DePasquale, who was accused last month of biting a man’s finger during an … more
The typical reaction composed by our press and public figures focuses on the “shooting” side of “school shooting.” But no attention is made to the environment that the … more
The Huskies pasted Davies goal keeper, Joseph Barcelos with 22 shots as they beat 0-10 Davies, 14-0 in a D-II home game on Tuesday night. The win boosts the Huskies overall record to … more
Work to install a new sewer pump station along Main Street should finish by early next year, providing new sewer infrastructure to North Warren and the Tourister mill complex. The $700,000 … more
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