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PORTSMOUTH — J. Mark Ryan didn’t heed his own doctorly advice. Last year, the Town Council member felt pretty confident while competing in the Project Purple Dodgeball Tournament … more
TIVERTON — University of Rhode Island basketball players had plenty of excuses to sleep in rather than keep their early morning date with young friends at Tiverton’s Pocasset School on a recent … more
An additional instructional coach, another school psychologist and one more math interventionist would serve as a real boost to teachers and students at Barrington's elementary schools, but funding … more
The East Bay Co-op girls hockey team is holding a Super Bowl fund-raiser. The event will help the team pay for transportation to and from practices. The East Bay Co-op team is made up of … more
The ice is gone for now and with it at least a half dozen of the buoys that are supposed to guide boaters through the tricky Westport Harbor entrance and channel. “We know where they all are, … more
PORTSMOUTH — Allison Ashmore was born developmentally delayed and on the autism spectrum, said her mom, Nancy Ashmore. “Those are her disabilities, but her abilities are that she can … more
The first few days on the job were anything but smooth for one of the town’s newest employees, Joanne Mello. Hired as Bristol’s first-ever Coordinator of Senior Services, Ms. Mello found … more
Jeffrey S. Smith, 68 of Swansea, died January 24, 2018 at home surrounded by his family. Born in New Bedford and served in the United States Coast Guard. Long-time resident of Swansea. A … more
Warren’s hardest working man in showbiz is moving. David Podnsap, who turned the tiny Galactic Theatre at 508 Main St. into what’s been called the best live music venue in the East … more
Facing one of the toughest budget years they’ve seen since the towns of Bristol and Warren regionalized 27 years ago, members of the regional school district’s financing board met … more
To the editor: What happened? Sheesh. Thirty-one people, countless meetings, multiple surveys, a couple of PHD’s, four pages of paper and several thousands of dollars later and this is … more
Just a few years ago, some Barrington students were expected to catch the morning bus before 6:30 a.m. But according to a recent transportation report released by the Barrington School Department, … more
Barrington police were called back to a home on Chachapacassett Road last week, after someone cut a fence post on the property. The owner of a home on Chachapacassett Road told police that she had … more
Warren police were called to the Warren home of murder suspect Owen Morris four times over the past three years as his parents sought help with their son’s emotional problems, … more
Here’s a tough one to explain: How this 2008 Hyundai ended up on its driver’s side, wedged against the CVS pharmacy on Metacom Avenue, last Friday afternoon. According to Bristol Police Capt. … more
Barrington police and fire responded to a single car accident on Nayatt Road on Wednesday morning, Jan. 24. According to the fire department, black ice was to blame for the crash, which resulted … more
The attorney for former Bristol Senior Center Director Maria Ursini shared a scathing review of how the Town of Bristol prosecuted, publicized and handled the case against the former director. Lisa … more
A large Westport crowd voted "by clear two thirds majority," declared Town Moderator Steven Fors, to approve construction of a new $97 million grade 5-12 school at Tuesday night’s special town … more
PORTSMOUTH — In a 4-3 vote Monday night, the Town Council granted a three-year contract extension to Town Administrator Richard Rainer, Jr., who first came aboard as manager in July … more
The Barrington Police Department is seeking the public's help in a recent larceny case. The department released images of a man wanted for questioning in connection with a theft that occurred at … more
Two days after his arrest in connection with the murder of a prominent Barrington chiropractor, the family of murder suspect Owen Morris, 21, of Warren, is having a hard time dealing with the news of … more
The twice-delayed revamp of Barrington public school start times has been delayed once again, with no clarity on when, or if, it will be implemented. Last Thursday night, Barrington Superintendent … more
It was a particularly shocking murder, even for police used to dealing with violence. When East Providence Police forced open the door of his Rumford home on Thursday, Jan. 11, they found Dr. … more
Ferdinand “Fred” Bruno, former attorney and judge, long-time Rotarian, and proud family man, died Sunday. He was 88. Graced with personality, humor, and smarts, Fred was a … more
Bobby passed away unexpectedly on January 10, 2018, from cardiac complications in Clearwater Beach, Florida, at the age of 54. Bobby was born and raised in Warren, RI. Graduate of Warren High … more
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