Cumberland hands over Haunted Hill operations

CUMBERLAND – Town officials have washed their hands of Cumberland’s popular Haunted Hill Halloween attraction, content to give up an average of $40,000 in revenue to not have to deal with the running of the ghoulish festivities any longer. For the first time, Haunted Hill – now renamed 13th World... more

Solicitor Alves resigns amid conflict

SMITHFIELD – Smithfield’s longtime Solicitor Edmund Alves Jr., of the law firm Blish & Cavanagh, handed in his letter of resignation on Monday. In a letter to Town Council President Paul Santucci, Alves writes, “After enduring many months of unceasing personal attacks, I have reached the... more

Parents, students claim extensive bullying in Scituate

School officials, committee members deny that it’s a problem
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SCITUATE – Jessica Lamaroux was a 3rd-grader at North Scituate Elementary School when the bullying first started. She was punched by... more

New rules for Old Smithfield Road upset commuters, police union

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NORTH SMITHFIELD – A new traffic law that turned a previously busy road, often used as a shortcut, into a one-way street around rush... more

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