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“It time for a new season,” Tony Zompa, the Johnston Senior Center’s executive director, noted last Friday morning. “We’re looking forward to Halloween, Thanksgiving, and other events, but … more
Angelo Liberti, chief of water protection for the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, had more questions than answers yesterday as the department announced the closure of Narragansett Bay, Mt. Hope Bay, the Kickemuit and more
In South Kingstown there is a special spot where over 20 artists have contributed their work to compliment Mother Nature's more
The East Side's very own chess master more
By PETE FONTAINE If you like big bargains and have some spare cash, the Johnston Historical Society has a shopping opportunity for you. The society will have an old-fashioned yard sale on Saturday, Oct. 15, at the one-time Log Gift & Curtain Shoppe more
The Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market is opening for its 10th season on November 5. The largest indoor farmers market in New England, it will be open every Saturday through April 29, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. - this year including both December 24 more
The Bristol Police Department responded to the following calls between Oct. 3 and Oct. 9: Monday, Oct. 3 A suspicious man was reportedly peering into vehicles at Hope and Constitution streets … more
Pedestrian hurt, suspect sought in hit-and-run accident Police continue to investigate a hit-and-run accident last week that left a Brown University student with serious injuries. Emergency calls regarding the crash came in shortly more
1. Joely Anne Centracchio Johnston High School class of 2016 valedictorian is Joely Anne Centracchio plans to attend Boston College, where she will major in psychology. Centracchio's list of accomplishments reads more like a private-sector professional's more
Warwick voters have a history of voting, and in this presidential election year that has so many people talking about the candidates, Dottie McCarthy at the Board of Canvassers expects as many as 80 percent of the city's 64,000 registered more
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