Neighbors appalled by vandalism at Fairlawn Park

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LINCOLN – Town Administrator Joseph Almond has asked for Lincoln police to increase their presence at Fairlawn Park after bouts of vandalism plagued the park last month. “With the park across the street from us, it has been a living hell,” said Cecil Street resident Theresa Fournier, who raised... more

Mounties graduate with pride in mid-summer commencement

WOONSOCKET – It wasn’t the graduation they were expecting, but for the members of the Mount Saint Charles Academy Class of 2020, the events of this past weekend will go down in the record books. The commencement was held Sunday morning, Aug. 2, on the front steps of the school’s historic Logee... more

DuPont takes another run at Archambault for District 22

SMITHFIELD – In her second attempt to win the Senate District 22 seat, Melanie DuPont is challenging incumbent Sen. Stephen... more

Magill, Kane pursue seat for Town Council District 2

CUMBERLAND – In Town Council District 2, Democrats Tom Kane and Timothy Magill Jr. are chasing votes through a pandemic in hopes of... more

Councilman seeks new rules on leashing, containing dogs

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NORTH PROVIDENCE – Following multiple recent dog attacks, Town Councilor Steven DiLorenzo is seeking new rules on leashing and... more