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Bridge Toll Battle Goes to Federal Court
As the toll booth construction on the new Sakonnet River Bridge continues, there is a court fight trying to stop it.
Thu May 23, 2013
Middletown Budget 'Lowest Increase In A Decade'
Middletown residents and council members praised the proposed 2013-14 budget during a hearing on Wednesday night - the budget represents the lowest increase in the town in more than 10 years.
Middletown Man Hospitalized After Assault, Breaking and Entering
A 42-year-old Middletown man was transported to Newport Hospital after he was assaulted in his Smythe Street home during a breaking and entering last week.
Newport Prohibits Feeding Wild Animals
In an attempt to control the coyote population, Newport has joined Middletown and Portsmouth to prohibit feeding wild animals.
Remodeling Transforming Barrington's Newport Creamery Into New Model
You should be able to quench your thirst with an Awful Awful by this weekend. The complete remodeling of the Newport Creamery on County Road in Barrington is expected to be done by the end of this week.
Wed May 22, 2013
Bristol Firefighters Help Knock Down Two-Alarm Fire
Firefighters from three area communities extinguished a fire at a seven-unit condominium complex in Portsmouth Wednesday night.
Mon May 20, 2013
Motorcycle Accident Leaves Man in Critical Condition
A motorcycle accident Sunday afternoon left Middletown resident Luke Walker, 54, with life threatening injuries.
The Providence Journal
Closed-door gathering at Camille's for R.I. Senate Democrats
Senate Democrats gathered for an unannounced closed-door dinner at Camille's on Federal Hill last Thursday, following a relatively quiet legislative week.
Tue May 14, 2013
Middletown Man Faces Multiple Domestic Charges
Middletown Man Faces Multiple Domestic Charges Alfonso A. Toppa, 40, of 2 Wilson Road, Middletown, was arrested on Saturday, May 11 at 12:14 a.m. and charged with domestic simple assault, domestic vandalism and domestic refusal to relinquish a telephone.
Mon May 13, 2013
LIVE: Portsmouth Town Council Meeting of May 13, 2013
The Portsmouth Town Council took up a number of issues on May 13, 2013. Featured here is a live account of the meeting.
Sun May 12, 2013
Middletown Man Wins 5K, Donates Prize Money to Heather Abbott
The rain cleared shortly before the scheduled start of the Newport Public Educaiton Foundation's ninth 5K Run For Education.
Sat May 11, 2013
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Fri May 10, 2013
Conn. man pleads guilty to 2011 RI murder
A 26-year-old Connecticut man has been sentenced to life in prison for the March 2011 kidnapping and murder of a female co-worker in Rhode Island.
Great Spots for Mother's Day Brunch
Have you found a spot to take your Mom out for a meal on Sunday on her day? Patch readers voted last year for the best places to take Mom for a traditional Mother's Day brunch.
Middletown Residents Petition Town To Repair 'Unacceptable' Road
Twenty five residents of J.H. Dwyer Drive are petitioning the town of Middletown to make repairs on the roadway that they say is an unacceptable condition.
Thu May 09, 2013
Tell Us: Will You Avoid a Sakonnet River Bridge With Tolls?
Bridge tolls on the Sakonnet River Bridge are not expected to begin until this summer, but area residents are already changing their daily routes to avoid these extra fees.
Critter Glitter Jewelry Sale at the Potter League
Potter League Hosts Annual Critter Glitter Sale Sequin Sample Jewelry Sale Raises Important Funds for the Animals The Potter League for Animals is holding a Critter Glitter fashion jewelry sale Saturday, May 4 through Sunday, May 12 at the Potter League at 87 Oliphant Lane in Middletown.
Wed May 08, 2013
Newport Water Found in Violation of Safety Standards
The Newport Water Division, which provides water to customers in Newport and Middletown and wholesale to Portsmouth and Naval Station Newport, announced that its drinking water has exceeded the permitted level of trihalomethanes.
The Providence Journal
R.I. to receive federal relief for Sandy recovery
Rhode Island will receive nearly $4.5 million in federal relief funds to help historic sites and wildlife refuges recover from Superstorm Sandy.
Potter League's Heart and Sole Walk for Animals
The Potter League for Animals is holding their 24th annual Heart & Sole Walk for the Animals on Sunday, June 2, at Glen Park in Portsmouth.