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EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence City Council at a brief special session held Tuesday night, Oct. 25, gave its formal backing to a revised version of the Fiscal Year 2016-17 budget. The … more
The Barrington Cemetery Commission recently made the decision to allow dog walking on local cemeteries, but officials might be second-guessing that move. Shortly after allowing dog walkers onto … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — At the behest of acting city manager Tim Chapman, the city council at its Tuesday, Oct. 18, meeting tabled a proposal to approve a structural review of East Providence High School … more
Is Barrington planning to build the Cadillac of middle schools? In the past, some residents have voiced concerns about the total cost of the proposed new middle school and questioned whether … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — At its meeting held Tuesday night, Oct. 18, the East Providence City Council by a 4-1 vote gave its formal approval to the $174,334,775 Fiscal Year 2016-17 budget proposed by … more
Longtime Barrington Department of Public Works employee Joseph Piccerelli has been named director. He replaces former director Alan Corvi, who left the position more than a year ago. The official … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth Water and Fire District will be flushing water mains from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. per the following schedule: • Tuesday, Oct. 18: Willow Lane and Sprague … more
Barrington students gathered in front of the high school along Lincoln Avenue to rally against later school start times which are due to go into effect next year. Students made a huge banner and … more
Jason Knight believes the fix was in. The Democratic candidate for the District 67 (Barrington and Warren) seat recently requested the endorsement of the Warren Democratic Town Committee, but … more
A new public marina, better roads and sidewalks, less flooding and more open space are all on the agenda after November — if Bristol voters agree to borrow $17 million. Local bond referendum … more
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