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A look at developments in Massachusetts related to the national reckoning with racism and police brutality:———DRIVER CITED IN PROTEST INCIDENT ... [Read More]
Two workers were rescued from a scaffold dangling off a building in Boston on Thursday, officials said. [Read More]
These Connecticut lotteries were drawn Thursday:... [Read More]
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Chairwoman Alexa Garvey and Secretary Candace Anderson have resigned from the Board of Education, both citing personal reasons and the "divisive nature" of the board... [Read More]
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Click here to view this article from westerlysun.com. [Read More]
A Rhode Island restaurant was ordered closed over the July 4 weekend for failing to follow the state's coronavirus safety regulations. [Read More]
I have a suggestion for the dilemma with the Columbus statue in Wilcox Park. If its purpose is to honor the first groups to arrive... [Read More]
Rhode Island State Police charged 10 motorists on charges of driving under the influence as part of a targeted enforcement over the July Fourth holiday... [Read More]
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It started with Pearl Jam and Dave Matthews, moved on to Will Evans and will next feature the Ghost of Paul Revere. [Read More]
Three times in the past two months, Westerly National Little League facilities at the Paul E. Trombino Sports Complex have been damaged by vandals. Now... [Read More]
The Ocean Community Chamber Foundation One Fund distributed nearly $19,000 in grants Tuesday to 23 small businesses struggling from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
Click here to view this article from westerlysun.com. [Read More]
In a virtual meeting that lasted more than three-and-a-half hours, members of the Richmond Town Council denied an application by a medical marijuana grower to... [Read More]
The Connecticut State Police Union is questioning whether Gov. Ned Lamont's recent executive order banning the use of chokeholds was issued for political reasons, noting... [Read More]
For more than 50 years, area residents and summer visitors have flocked to the shoreline in mid-July to see a parade of firetrucks, snap photos... [Read More]
Chariho's Connie Mack baseball team lost to Flood Ford, 2-0, in a game Tuesday night. [Read More]
For Ian Thornell, rowing has been about the community and the feeling of family it creates. [Read More]
A REVIEW... [Read More]
An original show called "What In The World?!" written by students in the Emerson Theater Collaborative's Summer Youth Theater Production, will highlight some timely topics... [Read More]
CLOSE TO HOME... [Read More]
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