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Warren is welcoming the new year with two new police officers. Bristol resident Mason Hinken, 23, graduated from the Rhode Island Municipal Police Training Academy last Tuesday and has started 12 … more
In November, residents voted to approve a multi-million dollar bond to build a new middle school in town.  Next up, council members are expected to vote on whether the town should exceed the … more
Monday, Dec. 19 A Market Street woman asked that police remove her boyfriend from her apartment. A Child Street man complained that his daughter was being harassed at school. Someone dumped … more
Take a refreshing dip into Bristol Harbor this weekend to help kids with life-threatening illnesses live their dreams. The 6th annual East Bay Icebreakers Polar Plunge is scheduled for 11 a.m. on … more
Three sheep, among nearly six dozen refugees from the Westport animal cruelty case to wind up at Tiverton’s West Place Animal Sanctuary, greet visitors on Christmas Eve morning. Kirstin Burdett photo more
Fire broke out in an apartment building on State Street early Tuesday afternoon, with flames leaping from a first-floor window. A quick response likely saved several people from becoming … more
The town of Barrington lost one of its most beloved and iconic citizens recently when Dan MacPhee passed away on December 12, at the age of 96. Dan meant so much to so many people, particularly … more
PORTSMOUTH — Here are some highlights from the Portsmouth Police reports from over the past week. more
PORTSMOUTH — After you’ve taken down all the lights and ornaments from your Christmas tree, let somebody else do the heavy lifting. The Department of Public Works (DPW) will pick … more
WESTPORT — For the 18th time, Westport’s Back Eddy restaurant challenges brave souls to leap from their dock into the nippy Westport River on New Year’s Day. The dock float is in the water, … more
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