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    Braving the ice challenge   Published Sep 2, 2014
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    Richmond Town Council members are doused in ice water for the ALS ice bucket challenge at the Richmond Farmers Market on Saturday morning. … more ...
    Schools seek to restore $1.7M cut   Published Sep 2, 2014
    STONINGTON — The Board of Education will formally request nearly $1.7 million from the Board of Finance at a meeting Wednesday to pay for school … more ...
    HOPKINTON — Brian Rosso was happily employed as a senior project analyst at Electric Boat when a friend told him Hopkinton was looking for a … more ...
    Feast of the Divine Holy Ghost   Published Aug 31, 2014
    Members of the Portuguese Holy Ghost Society of Stonington observed the annual Feast of the Divine Holy Ghost on Sunday morning with a procession from … more ...
    Editor’s note: This is the 12th and final story in a series about local craft that are in a different class than the average boat. … more ...
    Zoning turnover seen as CCA takeover   Published Sep 1, 2014
    CHARLESTOWN — The eight-member Charlestown Zoning Board has undergone several changes over the summer. As is often the case in this politically charged town, some … more ...
    Napatree tower tracks terns   Published Aug 30, 2014
    WESTERLY — It won’t be long before common terns leave New England for their wintering grounds in Central and South America. This year, some of … more ...
    STONINGTON — Members of the Planning and Zoning Commission will continue to discuss the 55-unit condominium project proposed for the old Mystic Color Lab site … more ...
    Douglas backs term limits   Published Aug 30, 2014
    WESTERLY — The imposition of term limits might help quell the angst arising from some of the boards and commissions that help manage the town’s … more ...
    WESTERLY — Potbellied pig Pete, 12, and his two 9-year-old companions, brothers Jack and Will, have had the run of a fenced-in yard in midtown … more ...
    STONINGTON — The Board of Selectmen will continue to accept applications from candidates interested in filling the vacancy on the Board of Selectmen through Sept. … more ...

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    WESTERLY — The five people rescued off a sinking boat in Watch Hill on Friday morning have been identified as a Stonington resident and four … more ...
    Volunteers repair Grills trail damage   Published Aug 29, 2014
    BRADFORD — Trails through the Grills Preserve in Westerly and Hopkinton were cleared by 13 volunteers from the Westerly Land Trust Tuesday. The volunteers, members … more ...
    CHARLESTOWN — A 62-year-old Pennsylvania woman and her teenage grandson could have lost their lives Thursday afternoon if not for Jordan Dolock, deputy chief of … more ...
    STONINGTON — Site work on Masonicare began with the proverbial ceremonial shovel May 22. Three months later much of the excavation work is complete. The … more ...
    WHS welcomes the Class of 2018   Published Aug 28, 2014
    WESTERLY — Cheyanne Robinson stood behind the Future Business Leaders of America table Wednesday and helped ease freshmen into life at Westerly High School. Robinson, … more ...
    Does Westerly need an ethics code?   Published Aug 28, 2014
    WESTERLY — While the topic of a local ethics code will be on the Charter Revision Commission’s next agenda, members of the commission voiced concern … more ...
    STONINGTON — Except for the fact that her locker kept jamming, 12-year-old Bryn Morgan’s first day of school was colossal. Of course, meeting her new … more ...
    WARM exec iced for a good cause   Published Aug 27, 2014
    Russ Partridge, executive director of the WARM Center in Westerly, takes the ALS ice bucket challenge delivered by The Jonnycake Center as prelude to WARM’s … more ...
    WESTERLY — Two legal claims, one seeking $500,000 in damages, have been referred to the town’s insurance carrier. Timothy Costa, 38, of Wyoming, is seeking … more ...
    New dirt bike law rejected   Published Aug 27, 2014
    STONINGTON — In a special town meeting Tuesday night, residents by acclamation overwhelmingly voted against proposed nuisance ordinance revisions that called for strict limits on … more ...
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