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Rhode Island Newspapers List

List of major newspapers in Rhode Island featuring news and latest information on local politics, events, business, sports, education, jobs, and more. See following table for 18 Rhode Island local newspapers, each with official name, city location and Internet website address. All find related online resources that may help you living in or moving to the state of Rhode Island.

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Rhode Island Newspapers List

Newspapers Location Image Website
Brown Daily Herald Providence, RI
Cranston Herald Cranston, RI
East Greenwich Pendulum East Greenwich, RI East Greenwich Pendulum
Newport Daily News Newport, RI Newport Daily News
Newport This Week Newport, RI Newport This Week
Providence Business News Providence, RI Providence Business News
Providence Journal-Bulletin Providence, RI
Providence Phoenix Providence, RI
Sakonnet Times Portsmouth, RI
The Chariho Times Wyoming, RI
The Coventry Courier Coventry, RI
The Narragansett Times Wakefield, RI
The Standard-Times North Kingstown, RI
The Times Pawtucket, RI
The Westerly Sun Westerly, RI
Warren Times-Gazette Warren, RI
Warwick Beacon Warwick, RI
Woonsocket Call Woonsocket, RI
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Known as the "State of the Ocean", Rhode Island is truly defined by its relationship with its waters. It was Narragansett Bay that attracted the state's original settlers, making it the smallest state in the country with the highest concentration of historic sites in North America! It is the perfect choice for those who want to enjoy a typical American city and learn a little more about the country's history and colonization.

For those who like excitement, the tip is to visit the capital Providence. The place is known worldwide as one of the best cities to live in, with some of the best restaurants in the country. One of the main attractions there is WaterFire, a family celebration that celebrates the city's culture with live shows, street shops and an incredible fireworks display - all on the riverbank that cuts through the city.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island is a sight in and of itself. No visitor should miss the deep green, wooded headlands with their noble villas that extend into the Atlantic. Nevertheless, there are some very specific places that must not be missing on any travel program.


In Providence you can still see numerous historic colonial houses. The chic architecture also finds supraregional admirers, which Providence has nicknamed "Renaissance City". The quality of life is considered to be above average. Here are some of the best restaurants in the country. A varied leisure and cultural program rounds off the positive picture.

The college and university density is comparatively high. One of the nicest permanent installations is WaterFire Providence. Three rivers flow together in the city center. At this confluence, 100 fire bowls burn every night, while street performers delight visitors with their performances.


This chic hotspot of the American high society also offers a varied excursion program for less well-heeled visitors. New Port is not only wealthy, but also young and dynamic and enthusiastic with a varied art and culture program as well as an upscale but affordable range of restaurants.

It is interesting to take a walk along the Cliff Walk, which leads through the National Historic District and offers a view of the gardens of the magnificent 19th-century estates.

Narragansett Bay

This beautiful bay, located directly on the Atlantic, offers a varied outdoor and water sports program. The Mediterranean coastal region surrounded by forest is a popular destination. In total, Rhode Island can look forward to 650 kilometers of well-tended coastal scenery.

Block Island

About 20 kilometers off the coast in the middle of the Atlantic is the gem Block Island, which is largely a nature reserve. However, a visit here is not prohibited. This small island is largely natural and is therefore a rare retreat for wild animals and birds. The rocky landscape with numerous nature trails is also ideal for hiking.

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