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EAST PROVIDENCE — The matter apparently becoming a legal football, Ward 3 councilman-elect Joe Botelho earlier this week continued his effort to seek clarification about the incoming body's ability … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Ward 3 City Councilman-elect Joe Botelho has requested an advisory opinion from the Rhode Island Attorney General’s office regarding the procedural mechanisms of the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — It's official. The dilapidated Kent Heights water tower will in short order receive a makeover after the city council approved the issuance of no more than $2.5 million in bonds … more
Should Bristol have a public pool at the Quinta Gamelin Center? Bristol residents are being asked that very question at an upcoming meeting. The town Parks and Recreation Department has scheduled … more
PORTSMOUTH — By the end of this month, the transfer station should have a new look that town officials say will make things more convenient — and safer — for … more
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, the people of Barrington approved a bond to build a new middle school in town. And on Wednesday, the top administrators in the school district were looking ahead to the work … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The owners and operators of the proposed live outdoor music venue at Bold Point Park made their pitch to the city council at the body's meeting Tuesday night, Nov. 15. Little … more
PORTSMOUTH — Clemens Equine, LLC of Middletown has been selected as the town’s partner to operate and maintain the equine facility at Lower Glen Farm. The 11-acre Lower Glen Farm … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — As temperatures turn colder and winter approaches it may be a bit of a stretch to conjure, but a live music venue could soon be coming to the city's shoreline during the summer … more
Barrington's new town manager, Jim Cunha, served as the keynote speaker at the Veterans' Day ceremony outside the town hall on Friday morning, Nov. 11.  Mr. Cunha, a 30-year veteran of the … more
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