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PORTSMOUTH — Erin Escher once asked his daughter, who attends Melrose School in Jamestown, if she liked the school’s Makerspace, where elementary students gather to problem-solve … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Rumford Center, the site of the successful renovation of the former Rumford Baking Soda Company grounds, will soon be expanded with the addition of a multi-unit residential … more
Creepy clowns are stalking the streets at night, attempting to lure small children into the woods and terrorizing unsuspecting Bristolians. Or so the rumor mill would have you believe. Fueled … more
Ann M. St. Germain, 61, of Bristol, passed away peacefully on Oct. 4 at Philip Hulitar Hospice Center.  Daughter of the late Walter and Joan (Brodeur) St.Germain, Ann was a 1973 graduate of … more
The Mt. Hope High School girls soccer team kept their unbeaten streak alive Tuesday, dominating Barrington 4-1. The Huskies remain atop the Division 1 standings, improving their season record to … more
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
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