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Two additional pre-season beach pass sale days have been added! On Thursday May 24 and Friday May 25 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM, seasonal beach passes will be available at the Department of Public Works office, 9 Berkeley Ave,. Starting May 26, seasonal beach passes will be available at the beach. Seasonal Beach Pass…

Taste of The Bay Providence Rhode Island local food drink art music.

Spectacular beach front home with moorings situated upon 1.4 acres on stunning Fogland Point. Incredible 360 degree water views stretching from Mt.Hope Bay, across the Sakonnet, and south toward the Atlantic Ocean. Open plan living area with wrap around porch, multiple decks, and stone patio. Charming, fully restored, self-sufficient cottage attached to main house with…

By Chelsea Reed If you’ve ever come to the Outer Banks in North Carolina before, you have probably seen quite a bit of local wildlife! With plenty of national parks and pristine beaches to go around, it’s no surprise that this special place is teeming with hundreds of wildlife species. There’s plenty of wildlife to see

Former state senator, retired Army officer and combat veteran, and one of our state's most successful businessman, Republican Giovanni Feroce, will announce his official entry into the 2018 RI Gubernatorial race on Sunday May 20th at 2:00PM at Feroce for Governor HQ 1579 Post Road Warwick, RI. The event will also celebrate Feroce’s 50th birthday. Feroce discussed the upcoming event saying, “I have spent a majority…

Cars & Coffee at Marble House. Or better yet Motors & Mansions! Join The Preservation Society of Newport County, Brewed Awakenings Coffee Shop, and the Audrain Automobile Museum for Cars & Coffee on Bellevue Avenue every month this season through October! The season kicks off this Saturday, May 19th from 8:00am-10:00am on the gorgeous grounds…

From celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Gwen Stefani, to brand collaborations with Kylie Jenner and Desi Perkins, Quay Sunglasses have become the must have accessory for teens and young adults.

The New England Patriots announced today that former offensive tackle Matt Light has been voted by the fans as the 27th person to be inducted into the Patriots Hall of Fame. Light spent his entire 11-year career (2001-11) with New England and played a major role in leading the Patriots to 11 consecutive winning seasons,…

Volvo Ocean Race has officially landed in Newport, the tenth stop on its 45,000 nautical mile journey across four oceans, touching six continents and 12 landmark host cities. You can bet our coastal enclave is celebrating, not only with an exhilarating race village down at Fort Adams boasting food and beer gardens, live music, kids activities, chances to meet the teams and more, but also with a myriad of exciting events all throughout town. Below are five VOR events you're not going to…

About The Artist Janet Groom Pierce, born 1938. She was raised in the Tidewater area in Virginia and resides in Southern Shores, North Carolina. She paints impressionistic paintings with watercolors and acrylics. “Painting in itself is exciting, yet relaxing for me, especially painting on location. I love lush color an

Tigger on His Tuffet an oil painting by Janet Groom Pierce. The art measures 9″ x 12″ ; gallery wrapped.

Despite the proliferation of commercial towing companies, there will be times when a fellow mariner can arrive on scene faster than a professional first responder. Let’s take a look at what you need to know in order to protect not only yourself but also those you are trying to help with these towing tips.

Regina F. Coleman, 67, of Middletown, passed away on Saturday May 12, 2018, at home. She was born in Abington, PA to James V. and Eleanor F. Coleman. She is survived by her daughter, Jessica Lalli and her grand-daughter, Bella Lalli, of Middletown RI; her siblings Ellen Coleman-Luther and her partner Tim Coen of Middletown,…

Stop by our ice cream shop in Soho at the corner of Wardour and Meard Street and enjoy your Ben & Jerry’s ice cream the way it was originally intended!

Guest post by Mollie Surprenant, 2017 Salve Regina McGinty Fellow in the Newport Historical Society’s Buchanan Burnham Summer Scholars in Public History Program
Since its opening in 1869, the Naval Torpedo Station has played an influential part in Newport, Rhode Island’s history. Between 1930 and 1945 the Station revitalized Newport’s economy after the Great Depression, contributed to the victory of WWII, and brought women into the…

Guest Blogger Tim Fox spent a recent Sunday afternoon trolley-hopping through Forest Park — for free, thanks to Ride Free Sundays during the 2018 season. He shared his impressions (and a few photos) with us.