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Mt. Hope High School junior Grace Moclair has achieved history, becoming the first student to be named to the All American Girls Lacrosse team. “It’s unreal. When I heard this I was in … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In what he termed a “mission statement” on the upcoming formulation of the 2017-18 Fiscal Year budget, Ward 3 City Councilman Joe Botelho at the body’s June 6 meeting … more
The president of the Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RISPCA) is calling for the licensing and regulation of pet groomers, after a dog owned by a Bristol woman died … more
The Bristol Police Department responded to the following calls between June 5 and Jun 11: Monday, June 5 Animal control responded to several calls regarding dead animals on Gooding Avenue, … more
Thomas H. Levesque III, 40, of Portsmouth, died unexpectedly at home on Wednesday, June 14, 2017. Born on September 1, 1976 in Newport, he is the son of Thomas Levesque Jr. and Susan (Fatata) … more
Bristol’s Fourth of July celebration began in earnest as the town paid tribute to the stars and stripes during Flag Day ceremonies on the Town Common Wednesday afternoon. Fourth of July … more
A most encouraging summer spectacle has been the occasional pogy explosion —  little fish by the thousand churning the waters to froth in Bristol Harbor, the Sakonnet and Westport rivers … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Water and Fire District has hired Jessica C. Lynch, as its new general manager and chief engineer to replace William J. McGlinn, who is retiring at the end of … more
Years ago, Steve Brosnihan started the Good Night Lights project. The Bristol resident who shares his cartoon talents with patients at Hasbro Children's Hospital was looking for a simple way to … more
Raymond Gallison will spend the next four years and three months in federal prison after Judge William Smith issued his sentence in Providence federal court Friday afternoon. He was ordered to … more
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