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A couple of Newport-related records will be up for grabs today as a part of Record Store Day. [Read More]
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Maryanne Perry was returning home from Rhode Island College one day and saw a woman police officer working a traffic detail. [Read More]
Both the city's total property tax levy and the general fund of city government are proposed to increase by less than 3 percent, so some... [Read More]
I think spring is here, which means summer can't be too far behind. I ended my last article suggesting with the arrival of spring, our... [Read More]
Months after qualifying for the national semifinals, game day is near for Salve... [Read More]
The Neighborhoods of Newport House Tour will give participants a chance to see the interiors and gardens of five private homes at their own pace... [Read More]
After some recent upgrades, the Melville Ponds Campground now has accommodations for those who prefer roughing it or "glamping," and everything in between. [Read More]
The Rhode Island State Police announced Wednesday around 12:45 p.m. that the Pell Bridge was closed after a truck towing a small trailer jackknifed. [Read More]
Yet another new hotel has been proposed for the lower Aquidneck Avenue area of Middletown. [Read More]
The Kitchen for Non-Kitchen People... [Read More]
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2 local businesses and elementary school students taking steps to reduce and eliminate single-use plastic straws... [Read More]
Conducting Bloody Mary research leaves KATELYN McSHERRY quite content. The garnishes have a lot to do with it. [Read More]
Adopt this Japanese art of celebrating flaws and age in home décor... [Read More]
Perseverance pays off for the author of a meticulously researched account of the Attica prison revolt, its tragic end and the cover-up that followed... [Read More]
There's a lot of buzz about Bitcoin — Frank Aiello founder of the Rhode Island Cryptocurrency & Blockchain Association helps explain the widely known but... [Read More]
A few local vendors are slated to set up shop on the Salve Regina University campus on Wednesday for the university's first farmers market. [Read More]
Marcella (Finn) Del Nero, 89, passed away peacefully into eternal life at her home in Newport, RI. She was married to the late Judge Paul... [Read More]
The petting zoo at Simmons Organics Farm is closed indefinitely as state officials investigate three human cases of an illness linked to contact with animals. [Read More]