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PORTSMOUTH — The School Committee has a strong message for state legislators: Don’t try to override Gov. Gina Raimondo’s veto of the “contract continuation” legislation … more
To the editor: (These comments were sent to the Town Council on July 28.)  Members of the Town Council: I would like to weigh-in in favor of the Stone House being permitted to host … more
The state Department of Health recommended Tuesday that the Warren Town Beach be closed for swimming due to high bacteria counts. It is the third time this summer the beach has been recommended … more
A professional art restorer this week completed work on a long-lost painting found during recent renovations at the Historic Warren Armory. Johan Bjurman, who lives in Florida but has a home on … more
A man working at the Prudence Island Ferry dock on Thames Street was rushed to the hospital after reportedly being thrown from a bucket truck on the dock. The man, a private contractor hired by … more
The athletic legacy of Pasquale J. “Pat” Monti continues to grow. The former Barrington High School great was recently named one of 12 athletes, coaches, officials and administrators, … more
Warren’s director of Public Works resigned abruptly over the weekend, after less than nine months on the job. Thomas Degnan Jr., who was hired following the retirement of former DPW head John … more
To the editor: There is a lot to learn from the recent defeat of the Senate Republican effort to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Every bill Republican leaders introduced had the same … more
The Rhode Island Office of Innovation and the Rhode Island Association of School Principals announced recently the three winners of the Lighthouse Schools Challenge: Captain Isaac Paine Elementary … more
To the editor: Anyone who follows through on what he promised to do is anything but below par… We would like to comment on a letter to the editor in the August 3 edition of the Sakonnet Times … more
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