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The town of Bristol’s proposed plan to expand the Church Street dock, adding 122 slips, has run into some roadblocks. At Monday’s Harbor Commission meeting, Harbormaster Gregg Marsili … more
To the editor:The Warren children ages 13-16 were told there would not be a fall ball team for them because there was not a manager for them, and were told to go to Bristol to join their fall ball … more
PORTSMOUTH — It was Marykate McGuire’s own Homecoming Tuesday night at Portsmouth High School, and boy did she put on a show. more
Locals already know it, but now it’s official: Downtown Warren really is a great neighborhood. The American Planning Association has named Warren as one the United State’s five … more
Carroll James Delaney, Jr. ,69, of Bristol, died too soon on Sept. 26, 2016 at Newport Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Pamela (DeLeo) Delaney and loving father of Carroll J. Delaney … more
Mr. Gerald P. Romano, 78, of Bristol, died peacefully Monday, Oct. 3, 2016 at the Silver Creek Manor, Bristol, which he owned and was the administrator of for 34 years, surrounded by his loving … more
The Bristol Town Council agreed to amend the town’s Comprehensive Plan last Wednesday, allowing a small expansion at Roger Williams University. The campus will absorb the former James L. … more
Here are some highlights from the Portsmouth Police reports from over the past week. Tuesday, Sept. 27 Dylan J. Mello, 21, of 177 Mill Lane, was charged at 12:33 p.m. with domestic assault, … more
To the editor: I attended the forum for the Barrington Middle School bond held on Wednesday night. It was the first time I had been in the building, and I was sadly dismayed to see the condition … more
To the editor: The Rhode Island Department of Education’s (RIDE) Public Schoolhouse Assessment, last published in 2013, evaluates the condition of all public school facilities in the … more
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