Cumberland’s Mayer takes in mustangs, prepares them to compete

CUMBERLAND – For Brittany Mayer, training wild horses and preparing them for a better life has changed her personality and made her a better person, grounding her and “evening me out.” “You can’t get mad at them,” she said, recalling the one time she pushed a new mustang over a bit and paid the... more

‘Strange New England’ preserves bizarre histories, legends

FOSTER – Preserving the oral histories and legends of New England, however bizarre or strange, is the passion of author Thomas D’Agostino and wife Arlene Nicholson, who recently completed their 16th book, “Strange New England.” The book tells more than 60 stories of “unbelievable people in... more

Kithes files for restraining order against Cournoyer

Lawyer: Parties exploring ‘amicable resolution’
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WOONSOCKET – A former member of the Woonsocket City Council has filed for a restraining order and other civil measures against a... more

Council questions claims on Twin River police details

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LINCOLN – During an energetic discussion about the future of police details at Twin River Casino that took place at Lincoln Town... more

Crime in NP ‘evened out’ in second half of 2020, but declined overall

NORTH PROVIDENCE – Violent crimes in many communities increased during the 2020 pandemic year, but not in North Providence, where... more