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From glowing ships to vampires,a demon dog, and more, local ghost writers shares legends and lore sure to give you a chill this Halloween

Ocean-to-car service is Matunuck’s coolest craze

Zero-pretension health food is the focus at Auntie’s Kitchen

YAY Concierge elevates at-home happy hour with cocktail crafting classes

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Keep calm and carry on with these helpful tips for staying safe and healthy when shopping and dining out

The latest in South County dining

Design-minded duo reimagines this ranch home with Spanish influences

A Narragansett Pier beach bungalow reflects a passion for the surf

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With so many studios offering virtual classes, sticking to that New Year’s resolution has never been easier

Sea level rise and intensifying storms are speeding up erosion of Rhode Island’s coast. Homes, businesses and residents are at risk in unprecedented ways. Communities are wrestling with a daunting question: when is it time to retreat from the sea. In South Kingstown, that’s a question that threatens the core identity of the town.

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