12 most-read What’sUpNewp stories in June

Newport Fireworks

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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