Skip to main content
  • 0

PAWTUCKET – Members of the the Pawtucket Police Department said Friday they were saddened to learn that the victim in the Aug. 10 Ballston Avenue house fire, identified as Maria Cadenas, died from her injuries.

featured
  • 5

WOONSOCKET – When electricity was recently shut off at The Gym LLC for non-payment, members worked out by lantern light for weeks. A member dubbed those days as “The Gym Unplugged.” More

  • 1

LINCOLN – A full-time information technology director is being brought on board at Lincoln Town Hall, based on recommendations by the firm hired to assess Lincoln’s IT needs. More

  • 1

WOONSOCKET – Pepin Lumber Yard and Country Gift Store, on busy Cumberland Hill Road in Woonsocket, is celebrating 75 years of quality service and bringing a local feel to the community. More

featured
  • 1

SMITHFIELD – Unsure of who owns the “Big Greenville” cemetery off of Smith Avenue, the town of Smithfield and the state are talking about how to get a dangerously leaning wall repaired. More

  • 5

LINCOLN – Town Councilor Bruce Ogni was the one dissenting vote at the bargaining table when town leaders sat down with Lincoln’s police union to negotiate a new, year-long contract last month, taking i… More

  • 0

NORTH SMITHFIELD – Under new building and zoning official Larry Enright, town officials have spent the past few months addressing numerous zoning issues that have been “festering for decades,” said Town… More

  • 0

SCITUATE – Scituate’s Rachel Terceira has been awarded Miss American Woman of Service, recognized for her commitment to community and service in Rhode Island and nationwide. More

  • 0

LINCOLN – Lincoln leaders celebrated the re-opening of Manville Park’s newly renovated athletic fields during an Aug. 2 National Night Out with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the park. The event marked th… More

  • 0

SMITHFIELD – Deerfield Park will see another addition to its outdoor entertainment selection thanks to a $150,000 Placemaking Grant from the state to build an outdoor amphitheater and stage. More

  • 0

WOONSOCKET – In Japanese, Kimochi also means “good-feeling.” That is why owners of Kimochi Boba Café, Dan Ayotte and Damaso Hernandez, decided on the name for their bubble tea shop located on Railroad S… More

  • 0

GLOCESTER – The Glocester Scarecrow Festival will be back for its sixth year with live music set up along Main Street in Chepachet thanks to a grant from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts. More

Newsletters

If you're interested in submitting a Letter to the Editor, click here.

Top Ads

  • 0

SCITUATE – North Scituate Public Library, 606 West Greenville Road, will host a Summer Reading Ending Tailgate Party with Del’s Lemonade on Friday, Aug. 12, at 11:30 a.m., at the Scituate Gazebo. More

  • 0

Colby Girard of North Smithfield has been named to the spring semester dean’s list at Tufts University. More

  • 0

State Sen. Ryan Fattman announced that he secured a $25,000 statutory expenditure in the FY23 State Budget for Daniels Farmstead in Blackstone. The funds will be disbursed through the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism. Sen. Fattman attended the Polish picnic on Aug. 5 to present the… More

  • 0

WOONSOCKET – The Woonsocket Harris Public Library was awarded a $22,000 grant from the Rhode Island Office of Library and Information Services using funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the American Rescue Plan Act to implement the library’s newest programming vehi… More

  • 0

NORTH SMITHFIELD – The classes of North Smithfield High School 1978-81 will hold a multi-year reunion on Saturday, Aug., 27, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Sayles Hill Rod and Gun Club, 71 Sayles Hill Road. More

  • 0

GLOCESTER – The Rhode Island Forest Conservators Organization is conducting its annual Summer Twilight Woods Walk at the George Washington Management Area, off Pulaski Road in West Glocester, on Thursday, Aug. 18, from 6 to 8 p.m. More

  • 0

SCITUATE – North Scituate Public Library, 606 West Greenville Road, will host a Card-Making Session with Girl Scout Troop 127 on Monday, Aug. 15, from 12:30 to 3 p.m. More

  • 0

SMITHFIELD – East Smithfield Public Library, 50 Esmond St., will host an adult Tie Dye craft on Monday, Aug. 15, at 5:30 p.m. in the library’s side yard. More

  • 0

SCITUATE – A Vintage Police Vehicle Show and Open House will be held at the Rhode Island State Police Museum, 311 Danielson Pike, on Sunday, Sept. 18, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More

  • 0

GLOCESTER – The Rhode Island Forest Conservators Organization is conducting its annual Summer Twilight Woods Walk at the George Washington Management Area, off Pulaski Road in West Glocester, on Thursday, Aug. 18, from 6 to 8 p.m. More

  • 0

NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. – The First Congregational Church UCC of North Attleborough, Oldtown Church, 675 Old Post Road, will hold its next pet vaccination clinic for dogs and cats from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 13. More

  • 0

NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. – The North Attleboro Cultural Council’s free summer concert series continues this week today, Thursday, Aug. 11, downtown in Veterans Park, Bank Street, in the gazebo from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. More

  • 0

Blackstone Valley Prep Elementary School took 1st Place in the Rhode Island Scholastic Chess League. The team went undefeated in 2021/22. Members of the team were Ziad Siddiqui, Jack Collins, Dylan Weld, Yahya Siddiqui, Carter McBride, Landon Weld and Hridhani Sheth. Leading the team to the … More

  • 0

PAWTUCKET – Pawtucket West High School Class of 1957 will be holding its 65-year class reunion on Saturday, Sept. 10 at Tavolo Wine Bar and Tuscan Grille, 970 Douglas Pike, Route 7, Smithfield, from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. More

  • 10

During the first week of August, I attended a press conference at Providence City Hall to witness the announcement of the Immigration Legal Assistance and COVID-19 Recovery Program. In partnership with Dorcas International, the program will provide free legal assistance related to the federa… More

featured
  • 3

NORTH PROVIDENCE – A new Placemaking Grant to the town of North Providence will effectively double the budget for the upcoming second annual Centredale Village Festival, from $75,000 to $150,000, helping the town to build off the success of the inaugural event last year, and the festival wil… More

featured
  • 2

PAWTUCKET – Over the past decade or so, the city of Pawtucket has repaved about 75 percent of its local roadways, and now, along with a commitment to replace the remaining 25 percent, the city is also embarking on an effort to better beautify those streets. More

featured
  • 0

PAWTUCKET – Great food is the attraction at the upcoming Pawtucket and Central Falls Restaurant Weeks, events that have become part of the fall experience in these neighboring cities. More

  • 0

NORTH PROVIDENCE – Town officials say they’re still waiting on answers as to what exactly happened during a tax software update that led to numerous tax exemptions being discarded, but in the meantime, they’ve addressed the issue going forward. More

  • 0

PAWTUCKET – When Farm Fresh RI moved its wintertime farmers market from Pawtucket to a new space in Providence in 2020, many big-name vendors went with it, and the market that had done so well at the Hope Artiste Village over the years slowly died during COVID, said Lisa Kellogg. More