12 most-read What’sUpNewp stories in June

Newport Fireworks

Midtown Oyster Bar

Whoa! June was quite the busy month for us here at What’sUpNewp and for just about everyone and everything in and around Newport.

Here’s a look back at the most-read stories from us in June, in case you missed anything. (You all apparently love fireworks.)

1 (Most-Read) – Fireworks, food trucks and live music on tap for Pell Bridge 50th Anniversary Celebration at Fort Adams

2 – City of Newport’s Fourth of July Fireworks will be held on July 2nd 

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3 – 19 local attractions will offer free admission, discounts to Newport County Residents, Hospitality Employees June 15 – 17

4 – Upcoming fireworks displays across Rhode Island

5 – Schedule: Public, private Firework Displays that will light up the Newport sky in 2019

6 – Strawless by the Sea: Over 30 Newport establishments ditch plastic straws

7 – Jamestown Fish permanently closes; on the market for $1.6 million

8 – Hammetts Wharf on schedule for May 2020 opening

9 – Application filed to build a new hotel on Waites Wharf

10 – 12 free weekly outdoor music/movie series’ to enjoy this summer

11 – newportFILM releases lineup for 2019 Outdoor Screening Series

12 – Mayor Bova vows to find a way to ‘build a school our children need and deserve’ after Middletown Town Council vote

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