More than 42,000 visit The Guild, with new beer hall on the way

PAWTUCKET – The Guild, the largest brewery in Rhode Island’s craft beer capital, has attracted more than 42,000 visitors to the city since opening last spring. Jeremy Duffy, updating the City Council... more

Task at hand: Digesting specifics of revised stadium deal

Grebien says Worcester simply can’t compete on location
PAWTUCKET – It was another weekend of solid attendance at McCoy Stadium, with total combined attendance of about 23,000 over three games, continuing an upward numbers trend helped by great weather... more

Pawtucket woman sentenced to prison for participation in opioid prescription conspiracy

PROVIDENCE – A Pawtucket woman who admitted to participating with three other people in a conspiracy to create fraudulent prescriptions for opioid pills using stolen medical practitioner... more

Two arrested in Pawtucket stabbing

PAWTUCKET – Two people have been arrested in connection to a July 6 stabbing. Police were dispatched to 181 Garden St. for a report of a stabbing, and officers found a 28-year-old male victim who had... more

Araujo takes council seat; school board replacement undecided

PAWTUCKET – Michael Araujo’s big win in the July 10 special election for City Council at-large will open up a seat on the School Committee, and because the vacancy will happen within 180 days of the... more

Council seeks end to ticketing when no street sweeping is happening

PAWTUCKET – City Council members are asking city and police officials to end all ticketing of residents who violate the recycling day parking ban if they know for a fact that there will be no street... more

Pawtucket chooses No. Providence company to complete major parking garage renovation

PAWTUCKET – Mayor Donald Grebien and the Pawtucket Redevelopment Agency have announced the selection of Trans Global Construction LLC, of North Providence, to renovate the downtown parking garage at... more

Artist Penelope Manzella donates paintings to City of Pawtucket

PAWTUCKET – Artist Penelope Manzella recently donated two oil paintings to the city, according to the Public Art Committee of the Pawtucket Commission on Arts and Culture and Pawtucket Public Library... more

Most candidates return required signatures to run

PAWTUCKET – Most candidates for City Council and School Committee in Pawtucket returned more than enough signatures to qualify for the ballot by Monday’s 4 p.m. deadline. The Board of Canvassers has... more

Library announces raffle winners

PAWTUCKET – The Friends of the Pawtucket Public Library hosted a “Get Ready for Summer” book sale and raffle at the library on June 30. Top prize winner was Charles Redihan, winning items from An... more

Drury graduates from Air Force basic training

PAWTUCKET – U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Nadia J. Drury graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, in San Antonio, Texas. Airmen who complete basic training also... more

Fernandes Neto completes Air Force basic training

PAWTUCKET – U.S. Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Wolfid N. Fernandes Neto graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, in San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an... more

South Attleboro Village Lions Club celebrates 40th anniversary

SOUTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. – The South Attleboro Village Lions Club celebrated its 40th anniversary with its installation meeting of new officers and award distribution at The Bella Sarno Restaurant, in... more

Book sale at Park Place Church Thrift Shop is Saturday

PAWTUCKET – On Saturday, July 21, the Park Place Church Thrift Shop, 71 Park Place, will be holding a book sale from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. On sale will be cookbooks, mysteries, novels, arts and... more

Learn about attending CCRI Monday at Pawtucket Library

PAWTUCKET – CCRI on the Rhode, a mobile recruiting team for the Community College of Rhode Island, will visit the Pawtucket Public Library next Monday, July 23, from noon to 3 p.m. Stop by 13 Summer... more