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Arts, Local Connections
The Newport Restoration Foundation offers the public education program on the fourth Wednesday each month through October.
Schools, Sports, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
After a five year absence, a Middletown High School freshman basketball team will suit up this winter, thanks to Athletic Boosters.
Andrew MacGowan is surprised that there is so much attention being paid to his new house.
Government, Police & Fire
The Middletown Fire Department recently received two new rescue trucks featuring technological upgrades and a new color scheme for the department.
Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
A look back on 9/11 10 years ago through the eyes of some of our town's newest firefighters.
Within the next week, another hurricane may be heading for the U.S. east coast as Hurricane Katia gains strength in the Atlantic.
A local insurance agent shares tips on navigating insurance policies. You might be surprised at how a few sheets of plywood can boost coverage during natural disasters and hurricanes.
Ma's Donuts and More was forced to shut down during Hurricane Irene – its first time in 18 years.
Aquidneck Island is returning to normal as power comes back on, neighborhood by neighborhood.
Middletown Fire Department Chief Ronald Doire, the town's emergency management director, shares key preparation information that all town residents should know.
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