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New race, Aquidneck 10K, to benefit Norman Bird Sanctuary
Calling runners, walkers, and New Year resolution makers! A new race will benefit the Norman Bird Sanctuary in 2019.
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The town of Portsmouth is currently accepting applications for police officers. Find out more here. 
RI Ethics Commission finds no ‘probable cause’ in complaint against former Town Councilor
The Rhode Island Ethics Commission found no "probable cause" in relation with a complaint filed against former Town Councilor David
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The town of Portsmouth is currently accepting applications for police officers. Find out more here. 
Committee removals, appointments top Town Council agenda
Committee removals, appointments, and a name change top the Portsmouth Town Council agenda this week. View the agenda here. 
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Meet Snuggles, adoptable cat of the week
Meet Snuggles, a domestic shorthair mix, who is currently available for adoption at the Potter League for Animals.
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Domestic assault charges topped Portsmouth police reports from Nov. 16-20. Featured below are the reports provided by the Portsmouth Police Department.
DUI charges top police reports, Jan. 11
Driving under the influence (DUI) charges topped Portsmouth police reports from Jan. 11. Featured below are the reports provided by
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Lt. Governor Dan McKee is launching a series of Town Hall meetings to collect input from Rhode Islanders whose lives have been impacted by Alzheimer's Disease.
Rep. Edwards selected for opioid policy fellows program
House Majority Whip John G. Edwards (D-Dist. 70, Portsmouth, Tiverton) has been selected as a 2019 Opioid Policy Fellow for
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