2 hrs ago
Newport Small Business Extend Thursday Hours for Holidays
More than 75 merchants throughout Newport will keep their businesses open until at least 8 pm on Thursday, December 5th, 12th and the 19th to encourage locals shoppers to buy local this holiday season.
5 hrs ago
Portsmouth Picks Former Tiverton Judge To Lead Municipal Court
The Portsmouth Town Council has picked Richard P. D'Addario as the town's first municipal court judge , reports The Portsmouth Times .
Mon Dec 09, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Now Trending: Previously unpublished John Lennon material released
Imagine a whole new set of previously unseen and unheard John Lennon material. It's easy if you try - and have access to iTunes.
The Providence Journal
Sorry, kids, school is still on
The only listing by the Rhode Island Broadcasters Association on Monday for the state was that the Newport-based Cluny School's Living Nativity has been postponed to Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. Providencejournal.com is now using Facebook Comments.
Mila Kunis & Ashton Kutcher Attend Her Brother's Wedding, Susan Boyle Reveals Asperger's Diagnosis
Forget snowstorms and football games - here's what you really missed this weekend while mulling over your holiday shopping lists: It was fan appreciation day for one very lucky Kardashian supporter on Thursday.
Rhode Island's Most Disaster-Prone Communities
Should a 100-year storm hit Rhode Island, the communities at the greatest risk for severe flooding - and most vulnerable to it - are Warwick, Providence, Cranston, and Newport, according to data from the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Middletown Bakery Wins Newport Mansions' Gingerbread Competition
A $1,000 prize has been awarded to Fatulli's Gourmet Bakery and Deli of Middletown for winning in the first annual Newport Mansions Gingerbread Mansion competition at The Breakers.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Redlands Daily Facts
Cruising New England and Canada to see fall colors
On Oct. 16, my husband, Mark, and I left home for a 10-night Canada and New England cruise on the Emerald Princess.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Naval Aviation an exciting opportunity to keep America secure via air and sea
Protecting the security of the United States from both air and sea is what the exclusive, world-class group of Navy Pilots and Naval Flight Officers do on a regular basis.
The Newtown Bee
Snapshot: Richard Frankonis
Occupation: I'm a pharmacist and do some compounding, and I'm also a board certified clinical nutritionist.
Police Bust Man Allegedly Trying to Deliver Heroin, Cocaine
A Newport man was arrested Wednesday for allegedly attempting to deliver heroin, cocaine and other drugs.
The Providence Journal
Newport seaside mansion listed for whopping $45 million
A 45-acre estate newly listed for sale at 339 Ocean Ave. in Newport has an asking price of $45 million, the highest ever recorded in the State-Wide Multiple Listing Service for a Rhode Island residence.
Bristol Agrees to Rumble Over Recycling
The Bristol Town Council agreed to participate in a recycling competition with Portsmouth, Middletown and Newport on Wednesday night, Dec. 4. Those three towns have already signed on.
Dylan's electric guitar from Newport up for sale
Bob Dylan's sunburst Fender Stratocaster made rock history when he played it at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Preservation Society Fellows Program Receives $625,000 Grant from van Beuren Charitable Foundation
The van Beuren Charitable Foundation, a Rhode Island-based grant making organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the unique characteristics of Newport County, has awarded The Preservation Society of Newport County a $625,000 grant toward one of its key Comprehensive Campaign initiatives -- the creation of an endowed Fund for Fellows to ... (more)
Newport Jazz Festival Adds Third Day
The additional concert, funded in part by $40,000 in grants from the Rhode Island Foundation, is set for Friday, Aug. 1, beginning at 11:30 a.m. Tickets for Friday will be priced at $40.00 for Adults, $20.00 for Students and $15.00 for Children ages 3 - 15. All seating will be general admission.
Ex-Navy Subcontractor Sentenced to Three Years in Kickback Scheme
A former Navy subcontractor has been sentenced to three years in federal prison on Thursday for his involvement in a kickback scheme that cost the Navy millions of dollars.
The Block Island Times
Chamber eyes island improvements
Subcommittees of the Block Island Chamber of Commerce continue working toward a goal of solving three top issues on the island: electric rates, inadequate internet service, and lack of tourism services.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Embrace Home Loans' Employees "Pay It Forward" for...
Timonium, MD December 04, 2013 'We have a culture that most in business and especially in the mortgage business would find difficult to believe...a culture in which we pay employees to volunteer in the community rather than come to work, a culture in which we match employee charitable contributions.