Cumberland

Cumberland’s Mayer takes in mustangs, prepares them to compete

CUMBERLAND – For Brittany Mayer, training wild horses and preparing them for a better life has changed her personality and made her a better person, grounding her and “evening me out.” “You can’t... more

Bear Hill’s 60-home development back to square one

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CUMBERLAND – The long and often convoluted history of one of Cumberland’s largest proposed housing projects, now tied up in litigation with one of the town’s most well-known developers, is still... more

Area of Cumberland Town Hall a tough spot for pedestrians

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CUMBERLAND – Since January of 2000, there have been nine total crashes in the immediate area of Town Hall involving pedestrians or bicyclists, seemingly the most concentrated area for such crashes on... more

Community shares story ideas for ‘Our Town: Cumberland’

Next virtual meeting is April 12
CUMBERLAND – From a hotel on Diamond Hill Road that burned down in the early 1900s to the former Ann & Hope giant, ideas were flowing at the latest community meeting for the upcoming “Our Town:... more

CumberlandFest organizers seek input for safe, enjoyable event

CUMBERLAND – In an attempt to “take the temperature” of the community and get a better handle on public sentiment heading toward CumberlandFest 2021, members of the CumberlandFest Steering Committee... more

Cumberland schools chosen for statewide Gift of Art recognition

CUMBERLAND – The Cumberland School District was chosen to be the statewide representative for the 2020 Gift of Art to the state of Rhode Island. On behalf of The Rhode Island Alliance For Arts In... more

Mindful Mondays offered at Cumberland Library

CUMBERLAND – Join Cumberland Public Library’s Melissa Chiavaroli each Monday at 7 p.m. on Zoom as she will introduce a new tool to make mindfulness an intuitive practice and will end each session... more

Register for OCYL’s Cumberland Leadership Academy beginning April 12

CUMBERLAND – The Mayor’s Office of Children, Youth and Learning, 1464 Diamond Hill Road, Suite 2, is opening up registration for its annual Cumberland Leadership Academy at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 12... more

Cumberland Library continues Cooking with Lynne

CUMBERLAND – Cumberland Public Library’s Lynne Daigneault will host new episodes of "Cooking with Lynne" every other Tuesday on the library's YouTube channel. Participants can register if they... more

DEM environmental police warn anglers about dangers of cold water

PROVIDENCE – With the trout fishing season opening this week, the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management is reminding anglers – particularly those fishing from a boat – to exercise... more

DEM reminds residents to remove food sources that attract black bears

PROVIDENCE – The Department of Environmental Management is reminding Rhode Islanders in a press release to remove potential food sources from their properties as black bears emerge from hibernation.... more

Sabra issues limited recall of Classic Hummus products

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Department of Health is advising consumers in a press release that Sabra Dipping Company is voluntarily recalling approximately 2,100 cases of 10 oz. Classic Hummus... more