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December Recap: Newport Hyatt, Stoneacre Pantry and East Island Reserve Among Hot Topics

More than 50,907 separate individuals read stories on during the past 31 days, according to Google Analytics statistics, and their most favored stories constitute What’sUpNewp’s top (or most-read) stories of  December 2016. These choices were settled by our readers, who voted with their eyes and whose opinion matters most. 10. Your Suggestions: Future Of

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The Most-Read Stories on What’sUpNewp in 2016

Unsurprisingly, the majority of the most-read stories on What’sUpNewp this year were fires, accidents and breaking news. Despite readers flocking to our site to find out the latest during breaking news, numbers show that our readers really enjoy events, brunch, dining and counting on us to point them in the right direction on what events,

Newport Historical Society Will Host Abby Chandler to Discuss ‘The Life and Times of Martin Howard’

Mid-eighteenth century Newport resident Martin Howard was known for his outspoken opinions supporting King George. His sympathies towards the crown and views supporting the customs duties relating to the 1765 Stamp Act made him a targeted figure by the Sons of Liberty during the riots that took place that year. While many today might consider

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Now Hiring: 40+ Companies In Newport Right Now

Looking for a job in or near Newport, RI? Whether you’re looking for a part-time job, seasonal gig or new full-time career, chances are that someone is looking for you out there. Have a job posting you would like to add to this list and have featured? You can add a listing here. Jobs Opportunities

WJAR Parent Says There Was No Deal With Trump Campaign

Sinclair Broadcast Group, the parent company of WJAR TV Channel 10 in Rhode Island, has vehemently denied allegations that they provided then presidential candidate, now president-elect Donald Trump with preferential treatment in interviews on several of their local affiliates. Politico and other media outlets reported that Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, told a business group at

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