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SCITUATE – For two hours on Tuesday, the Scituate High School auditorium boomed with music from Broadway’s “Hamilton,” sung by chorus students and led by the show’s own Nikisha Williams.

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SMITHFIELD — Two hours could save your child’s life, says John Tassoni of the Substance Use and Mental Health Leadership Council of Rhode Island, who will lead discussions during Smithfield’s upcoming p… More

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SCITUATE – Shepherd of the Valley United Methodist Church, 604 Seven Mile Road, will host an appraisal fair on Saturday, Dec. 4, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. More

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SMITHFIELD – According to a recent report by Assistant Supt. Sara Monaco, 151 students living in Smithfield attend non-public schools, costing the town $52,441 in expenses. Of the 151 non-public school … More

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SMITHFIELD — Two hours could save your child’s life, says John Tassoni of the Substance Use and Mental Health Leadership Council of Rhode Island, who will lead discussions during Smithfield’s upcoming p… More

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SCITUATE – Shepherd of the Valley United Methodist Church, 604 Seven Mile Road, will host an appraisal fair on Saturday, Dec. 4, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. More

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SMITHFIELD – According to a recent report by Assistant Supt. Sara Monaco, 151 students living in Smithfield attend non-public schools, costing the town $52,441 in expenses. Of the 151 non-public school … More

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SMITHFIELD – Three local Recreation Department projects were given the green light last week, including new safety netting at Whipple Field and improvements to the basketball and tennis courts at Deerfield Park. More

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GLOCESTER – Making up for spending her 100th birthday in lockdown, 101-year-old Katherine Adams celebrated a century-plus on this earth on Tuesday, surrounded by dozens of friends and family members. More

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SMITHFIELD — Smithfield is putting a non-buildable 0.2-acre lot at 12 Whipple Road, which includes an easement for possible water and sewer works, on the market for $25,000. More

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SMITHFIELD – The Smithfield School Committee will explore its options when deciding whether to hire a consulting firm or search for a new superintendent on its own, though Supt. Judy Paolucci and committee members are leaning toward hiring a firm. More

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SMITHFIELD – DM Roy said he never imagined he’d be rubbing elbows with celebrities during his days working retail, but after a disability put him out of work, he took a leap of faith to begin working as an extra on big movie sets. More

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SMITHFIELD – The Town Council is discussing the structure of a possible tax stabilization agreement ordinance designed to attract new businesses to Smithfield. It would allow new or expanding businesses to phase in taxes over time to offset the cost of investing in their business. More

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SMITHFIELD – Smithfield Historic Preservation Commission member Robert Leach said the demolition of remains at the Fountain Spring Mill site is unfortunate, and he will not issue any apologies for trying to save the historic site. More

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The Rhode Island Department of Transportation is now projecting a 2024 start to reconstruction of three Route 295 overpass replacements in Cumberland and Smithfield, including the bridge connecting two new roundabouts on Diamond Hill Road in Cumberland. More

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SCITUATE – The Scituate Police Department and Navigant Credit Union are collaborating for the 5th annual Stuff-a-Cruiser event to provide Christmas presents to children in the Scituate community who would otherwise go without. More

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SCITUATE – Hope Library, 374 North Road, will offer story times for children from newborn to five years old. Registration is now open. Call the library at 401-821-7910 for more information on schedules and registration. More

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SCITUATE – Scituate Emergency Management will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Sunday, Dec. 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Senior Center, Generations at Chopmist Hill Inn, 1315 Chopmist Hill Road. More

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SMITHFIELD – All three Smithfield fire departments are now designated Smithfield Safe Stations where anyone seeking help with addiction, whether for themselves or others, may come to the facilities and receive treatment. More

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SMITHFIELD – Zoning officials are asking resident Michael Erbe to remove a portion of his fence that extends above the state’s standard height of six feet, despite his complaints that his neighbor has cameras pointing into his home and yard. More

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SMITHFIELD – Dozens of soldiers’ names are written on the Smithfield High School food court glass as part of the National Honor Society’s project to honor the community’s veterans past and present who served to protect the U.S. More

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SCITUATE – Mills, mansions, museums, mobsters and more are promised in the new educational series about the rich history of Potterville as told by two resident historians on Nov. 13. More

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GLOCESTER – Eight months after it was demolished to make way for upgrades to Glocester Memorial Park, there are no formalized plans yet rebuild the Glocester Skate Park, though Town Councilor Will Worthy says it is still “the vision.” More

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SCITUATE – Generations at Chopmist Hill Inn and Hope Service Inc. are hosting a Holiday Pie Drive to help spread holiday cheer. More