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Fifteen years after one of the nation's deadliest fires shook the town of West Warwick to its core hundreds of survivors, fire officials and family... [Read More]
Despite having to postpone the anniversary ceremony Sunday morning due to snow, members of the Station Fire Memorial Foundation as well as victims, survivors, families... [Read More]
The history of China is deep and rich, and much of it is quite mysterious. The authorities in that particular land have always ruled in... [Read More]
Coventry Senator Nicholas Kettle (District 21) was indicted and pleaded not guilty to two counts of extortion in Providence Superior Court Monday morning after being... [Read More]
Breathe in deeply. Hold it. Aaannd release. Feel better? Thank a seaweed. Yes, a seaweed, because about half of all our oxygen comes from that... [Read More]
Almost two weeks ago—it was February 3, to be exact—I went for a long hike. I was alone. There was a light coating of snow... [Read More]
SOUTH KINGSTOWN—Following some discussion, the school committee voted during its meeting Tuesday to adopt a budget of $61.2 million for fiscal year 18-19, which would... [Read More]
SOUTH KINGSTOWN—It was another late discussion over facilities options Tuesday, as the school committee decided just after 11:30 p.m. to postpone making any decisions until... [Read More]
WAKEFIELD–South Kingstown's Waterfront Advisory Committee met Wednesday evening to continue discussion about a proposed lease expansion for shellfish aquaculture in Potter Pond's Segar Cove. Residents... [Read More]
A few local, dedicated kayak fishermen have formed a new Facebook group called the Ocean State Kayak Anglers Association. Speaking from personal experience, these men... [Read More]
In the world of music, Tommy Emmanuel has established himself as a guitarist of the first order. When it comes to the fingerstyle picker Emmanuel,... [Read More]
NORTH KINGSTOWN–The North Kingstown Chamber of Commerce is hosting a two-day Rhode Island Business Strong Summit on Thursday, March 8 at 5:30 p.m. and on... [Read More]
SOUTH KINGSTOWN—Local veteran and business owner John Sheldon was thrilled Wednesday to receive a handmade Valentine's Day card. [Read More]
East Greenwich played tough defense, looking to fill the role of spoilers, but Coventry's boys ice hockey team won, 4-0, remaining atop Division II-North. The... [Read More]
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM), in partnership with The Nature Conservancy (TNC), The Champlin Foundation, and the RI Agricultural Lands Preservation Commission... [Read More]
After 20 years with the Narragansett Police Department (NPD), Captain Scott Perrin is leaving the force. In his tenure with NPD, Perrin held nearly every... [Read More]
The South County Storm girls' hockey Co-op went down to the wire with the Mount St. Charles/Cumberland/Lincoln Co-op, coming back from an early deficit to... [Read More]
EAST GREENWICH–Tensions between the East Greenwich town council and fire department boiled over during a council meeting Monday, with the topic once again surrounding the... [Read More]
EAST GREENWICH–The school committee and town council met Monday to discuss the budget for fiscal year 2019, with most of the discussion surrounding financial control... [Read More]
NORTH KINGSTOWN--North Kingstown High School business and careers teacher Richard Garland has been nominated for the 2017-2018 national LifeChanger of the Year award. [Read More]
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