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Students at Mt. Hope High School were treated to a short day Tuesday after a nearby water main break forced the school's closure. Students were dismissed at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday after reports of the … more
He was happy. Jan Malik was content to move on and start a new chapter in his life… but then something happened.  The longtime legislator said that following his loss in the Democratic … more
Richard E. Brayton, 65, of Tiverton, passed away on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, at home. He was the son of Beverly T. (Fowler) Brayton of Tiverton and the late Rodney O. Brayton, Jr. Mr. Brayton was … more
To the editor:I have had the pleasure of serving with Katherine Kazarian since we were both sworn into the R.I. House of Representatives in January of 2013. During the past four years I have come to … more
To the editor:East Providence voters will have the ability this Election Day to finally choose the form of government they want in their City. At present, we have a strong City Council/City Manager … more
The proposed $68.4 million Barrington Middle School bond received three "Yes" votes during the candidates forum on Wednesday night, Oct. 5. Local candidates for the state senate trade … more
What started as a cordial discussion grew more divided once candidates for the town council seats turned their focus toward the proposed $68.4 million bond for a new middle school.  Parents … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Even with intrinsic knowledge of the situation, East Providence School Superintendent Kathryn Crowley nevertheless said she was still taken aback by a physical plant review of the … more
  This unique beachfront property features a beautifully renovated 1920s classic two-bedroom shingled bungalow with spacious wrap-around porch, and a separate guest cottage for extended … more
TIVERTON, LITTLE COMPTON, WESTPORT — Drought has hit the Tiverton, Little Compton and Westport communities, and has sharply limited the availability of water needed to fight fires and, in some cases, for drinking. Last weekend’s rains helped a bit but it will take much more of that to make a real difference. “It's going to take a lot of rain to fill the ponds up," said Little Compton Fire Chief Rick Petrin, who said the 12 pond locations he normally uses to obtain firefighting water have dwindled to two. He said the town hasn't had a big fire in two months more
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