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Eight of the East Bay’s most hard-working gridiron athletes are off to Texas in a couple of weeks to compete in the U.S. Army Bowl. more
Barrington rolled over Mt. Hope 41-13 in the annual Thanksgiving Day game in front of  a packed crowd at Roger Dietz Field on Thursday.  Stay tuned for a full story online and in the … more
The Warren Town Council approved earlier this month a $10,500 allocation in grant funding to initiate a parking study for its congested downtown corridors. more
Warren police made multiple arrests and spoke to kids harassing DPW employees between Nov. 14-21, 2022. more
Out of 20 amendments brought to voters, only two failed to pass through. more
As a longtime volunteer at the East Bay Food Pantry, Emily Mushen knew the organization well, so when the prior director decided to step down, it was a smooth transition. more
East Bay Community Development Corporation received a grant of $800,000 from RI Housing’s Site Acquisition Program to purchase the 4.5-acre parcel at 581 Child St. more
All the art in the windows is up for purchase until Dec. 23, and 100% of proceeds will go directly to the artist. more
To the editor: Thomas Paine, the often quoted colonial newsman, once wrote, “If you are afraid to offend, you can't be honest.” Hospitals across the river and the Washington Bridge … more
To the editor: The League of Women Voters of Rhode Island would like to thank the candidates who participated and citizens who sent in questions for our forums in Bristol, Warren, Barrington and … more
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