CubeSmart opens 77,000-square-foot self-storage facility in Wakefield

CubeSmart today announced the Grand Opening of their newest state of the art, climate-controlled self-storage facility at 94 Old Tower Hill Road...

VIDEO & RECAP: Governor’s COVID-19 Briefing

Governor Raimondo and the Department of Health provided an update on COVID-19 in Rhode Island during a press briefing at 1 pm...

FirstWorks to Offer Virtual Summer Camps in Dance and Theatre

As part of their continued commitment to the arts and in an effort to provide summer learning to youth throughout the state,...

Brewery of the Month: “The Guild” Ranks High on the Local Scene

After a quarantine respite, our “Brewery of the Month” column returns for July. Going forward, we’ll visit a different local establishment regularly...

VIDEO & RECAP: Governor’s COVID-19 Briefing – July 8 at 1 pm

Providence, RI - Governor Gina Raimondo and the Rhode Island Department of Health provided an update on COVID-19 in Rhode Island during...

What’s Up at the Movies: We Review “Nobody Knows I’m Here”

Despite its Chilean setting and origin, director Gaspar Antillo’s debut film Nobody Knows I’m Here (Nadie Sabe Que Estoy Aquí in the...

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Progressives aim to dislodge top state Senate leaders

Progressives are taking on some top state Senate Democrats in September’s primary election, seeking to expand their influence within the state legislature.

Rhode Island General Assembly returns to session next week

Providence, RI - Members of the Senate and the House will return to session next week. The Senate has...

Music Streaming Online This Weekend – Margo, Elton and Moe. (July 10-12)

Check out some streaming shows coming this weekend! Friday: Margo Price will be celebrating the release of her new...

CubeSmart opens 77,000-square-foot self-storage facility in Wakefield

CubeSmart today announced the Grand Opening of their newest state of the art, climate-controlled self-storage facility at 94 Old Tower Hill Road...

VIDEO & RECAP: Governor’s COVID-19 Briefing

Governor Raimondo and the Department of Health provided an update on COVID-19 in Rhode Island during a press briefing at 1 pm...

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Middletown’s crowded field of candidates for council and school committee

Middletown’s 2020 class of political candidates is crowded, with 17 individuals qualifying to run for seven Town Council seats, and five for...

What’s happening in Newport County this weekend: July 10-12

Newport, RI – Discover all that’s happening, new, and to do in Newport County this weekend, July 10 - 12.

Newport’s crowded field for council and school committee

Newporters are assured of an active election campaign, as nearly all candidates that had filed to run for election submitted papers today...

Progressives aim to dislodge top state Senate leaders

Progressives are taking on some top state Senate Democrats in September’s primary election, seeking to expand their influence within the state legislature.

Rhode Island General Assembly returns to session next week

Providence, RI - Members of the Senate and the House will return to session next week. The Senate has...

Progressives aim to dislodge top state Senate leaders

Progressives are taking on some top state Senate Democrats in September’s primary election, seeking to expand their influence within the state legislature.

Rhode Island General Assembly returns to session next week

Providence, RI - Members of the Senate and the House will return to session next week. The Senate has...

Music Streaming Online This Weekend – Margo, Elton and Moe. (July 10-12)

Check out some streaming shows coming this weekend! Friday: Margo Price will be celebrating the release of her new...

CubeSmart opens 77,000-square-foot self-storage facility in Wakefield

CubeSmart today announced the Grand Opening of their newest state of the art, climate-controlled self-storage facility at 94 Old Tower Hill Road...

VIDEO & RECAP: Governor’s COVID-19 Briefing

Governor Raimondo and the Department of Health provided an update on COVID-19 in Rhode Island during a press briefing at 1 pm...

FirstWorks to Offer Virtual Summer Camps in Dance and Theatre

As part of their continued commitment to the arts and in an effort to provide summer learning to youth throughout the state,...

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What’s happening in Newport County this weekend: July 10-12

Newport, RI – Discover all that’s happening, new, and to do in Newport County this weekend, July 10 - 12.

Music Streaming Online This Weekend – Margo, Elton and Moe. (July 10-12)

Check out some streaming shows coming this weekend! Friday: Margo Price will be celebrating the release of her new...

Newport Folk Festival announces ‘Folk On Revival Weekend’ July 31 – Aug 2

By Grandstand Media on behalf of Newport Festival This year’s Newport Folk Festival - one of the oldest and longest-running music...

Building hours and services resume in a limited capacity at Tiverton and Union Public Libraries

Services have resumed in a limited capacity at the Tiverton and Union Public Libraries after a 3-month closure due to the COVID-19...

Newport Polo to host Vanderbilt Cup on July 11

The Newport International Polo Series will host the Vanderbilt Cup Presented by Vanderbilt International Properties on Saturday, July 11 at 5 pm, in a rivalry that...

Island Moving Company to host watch-party on July 10

Island Moving Company (IMC), Newport’s classically trained, uniquely accessible, contemporary ballet company presents its second monthly watch-party this Friday, July 10th, at...

Here’s the status of major Newport County events in 2020

What's Up Newp has compiled the following list of major events that have been postponed or canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Alliance Française of Newport to host Bastille Day celebration on July 14

The Alliance Française of Newport will host a celebration of Bastille Day at the Rochambeau Monument in King Park in Newport on...

What’s happening in Newport County this week: July 6 – 13

Newport, RI - Discover all that's happening, new, and to do in Newport County this week, July 6 - 13.

What’s Up This Weekend in Newport County: July 3 – 5

Newport, RI - Discover all that's happening, new, and to do this Fourth of July Weekend in Newport County.

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Newport Hospitality, Inc merging with Boston-based Corinthian Events

Newport, RI - Corinthian Events, a Boston-based special events company, and Newport Hospitality today announced its principals have entered into a strategic...

Middletown’s crowded field of candidates for council and school committee

Middletown’s 2020 class of political candidates is crowded, with 17 individuals qualifying to run for seven Town Council seats, and five for...

What’s happening in Newport County this weekend: July 10-12

Newport, RI – Discover all that’s happening, new, and to do in Newport County this weekend, July 10 - 12.

Obituary for Julie A. Koster

This obituary originally appeared on Memorial Funeral Home. Julie A. Koster, 69, of Coventry, RI, passed away peacefully, surrounded...

Today In Newport History: July 11, 1780 – Rochambeau Arrives In Newport

On July 11, 1780 approximately 5,000 - 6,000 French soldiers commanded by Rochambeau arrived at King Park in Newport, Rhode Island. The code name given by the French...

Newport’s crowded field for council and school committee

Newporters are assured of an active election campaign, as nearly all candidates that had filed to run for election submitted papers today...

Progressives aim to dislodge top state Senate leaders

Progressives are taking on some top state Senate Democrats in September’s primary election, seeking to expand their influence within the state legislature.

People & Profiles

WUN-ON-ONE: A conversation with Keith Stokes

Keith Stokes, Vice President of the 1696 Heritage Group, will join us to discuss the recent effort to advance Black History for...

WUN-ON-ONE: A conversation with RI Solidarity Fund

Newport, RI - The Rhode Island Solidarity Fund has brought together 6 community-led relief efforts to offer a one-stop option for community...

WUN-ON-ONE: A conversation with Joe Louis Walker, Blues Hall of Fame inductee and four-time Blues Music Award winner

Newport, RI - Joe Louis Walker, a Blues Hall of Fame inductee and four-time Blues Music Award winner who has a career...

WUN-ON-ONE: A conversation with Henry ‘Rick’ Lombardi Jr.

Middletown Town Councilor Henry ‘Rick’ Lombardi Jr. has announced his candidacy for Rhode Island House District 74 (Jamestown, Middletown).

WUN-ON-ONE: A conversation with Casby Harrison

WUN-ON-ONE: A conversation with Casby Harrison, Owner of Harrison Law Associates and former Deputy Legal Counsel to Governor Bruce Sundlun, will join...

What’s Up Podcast: A conversation with Bekah Salwasser, Executive Director of Red Sox Foundation

For Bekah Salwasser, a Brown University graduate and former professional soccer player and now executive director of the Red Sox Foundation, the...

WUN-ON-ONE: A conversation with Dr. James McDonald, Rhode Island Department of Health

Dr. James McDonald from the Rhode Island Department Of Health will join us on this edition of WUN-ON-ONE on Tuesday, May 19th...

What’s Up Podcast: Caitlin Frumerie, executive director of Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless

The headline reads "During the Covid-19 pandemic, nowhere is safe for homeless people." That is as valid in San Francisco and London as it...

WUN-ON-ONE: A conversation with Lt. Governor Dan McKee

Lt. Governor Dan McKee joins us to chat about the impact COVID-19 has had on small businesses in Rhode Island, to...

What’s Up Podcast: Suzanna Laramee, president and chief executive officer, Newport Music Festival

To many, the Newport Music Festival, the chamber music festival in the city’s mansions, is the stepchild of the city’s folk and...