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  • Summer art exhibit 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Westerly
  • Summer art exhibit 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Charlestown
  • Children's story hour 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Hope Valley
  • Wild About Reading 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Charlestown
  • ACGOW July Exhibit 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Westerly
  • Mah Jongg Group 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Charlestown
  • Tom McCoy Summer Fun Run Series 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m. Westerly
  • Blues on the Beach 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. Misquamicut
  • Hot Dog Roast 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Westerly
  • Documentary showing 6 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. Westerly

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  • Maynard resting, in stable condition   Published Jul 22, 2014
    HARTFORD — State Senator Andrew Maynard suffered “non-life threatening injuries” from a fall early Monday morning, according to a statement released Tuesday by Maynard’s sister, Denise Mahoney on behalf of the Maynard family. “First, our family would like to thank … more ...
    MYSTIC — After years of planning, the Mystic River will receive some much-needed maintenance this October. Under the supervision of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the river will be dredged to eliminate the threat of shallow water in several … more ...
    HOPE VALLEY — Diseases and parasites have devastated honey bee colonies from coast to coast in recent decades, but so far this summer, in Rhode Island anyway, things might be looking up. Lori and Dan Hill of Hope Valley took … more ...
    Editor’s note: This is the fifth in a series of stories about local craft that are in a different class than the average boat. The series will continue on Mondays through the summer. WESTERLY — “It all happened over a … more ...
    The U.S. House has passed legislation to amend the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act to allow the addition of sections of several rivers in Rhode Island and Connecticut to the federal “wild and scenic” system. However, the Senate version of … more ...
    Chorus of Westerly leaves for Europe   Published Jul 12, 2014
    All 228 members of the Chorus of Westerly, including director Andrew Howell and his family, boarded buses from the Westerly High School to Logan Airport and JFK Airport in New York on Saturday. They are heading to Central Europe for … more ...
    Rachel Luce, 17, was crowned queen of the North Stonington Agricultural Fair Thursday night. The fair, featuring tractor pulls, animal shows, music, a hay bale toss, ham and bean supper, arts and crafts, and vegetables, fruits and baked goods for … more ...
    STONINGTON — The Board of Selectmen will consider whether or not to join neighboring North Stonington in opposing new proposed federal rules for tribal recognition. North Stonington First Selectman Nicholas H. Mullane II appeared before the Stonington selectmen Wednesday night … more ...
    NORTH STONINGTON — Two weeks after residents soundly defeated a second version of a project to renovate all three school buildings, selectmen are still at work in an attempt to upgrade the town’s educational facilities. At a special Board of … more ...
    NORTH STONINGTON — This year marks the 50th anniversary of the North Stonington Agricultural Fair. Scheduled for July 10–13, this year’s version promises to deliver another family-friendly event complete with rides, games, livestock and a few extra surprises. Outside of … more ...

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    MYSTIC — A confirmed sighting of a beluga whale in the Taunton River in Massachusetts has kept scientists from the Mystic Aquarium busy tracking and studying the visitor from the north. Beluga whales make their home in the Arctic and … more ...
    seCTer awarded $70K grant   Published Jul 4, 2014
    NORWICH — U.S. Congressman Joe Courtney announced Thursday that a $70,000 federal economic development grant has been awarded to the Southeastern Connecticut Enterprise Region, Inc. (seCTer). After meeting with U.S. Economic Development (EDA) Regional Administrator Willie Taylor and Courtney, seCTer … more ...
    PROVIDENCE — The House of Representatives passed a resolution last month calling on the Office of Energy Resources to issue a report describing the state’s energy security and improvement opportunities in the wake of severe storms in the recent past. … more ...
    NORTH STONINGTON — The much-anticipated construction of a new emergency services facility will cost about $2 million more than the initial $6.36 million approved by voters last July. It is a reality that, try as they might, the Emergency Services … more ...
    North Stonington remembers Emily Zinz   Published Jun 28, 2014
    NORTH STONINGTON — More than 100 area residents, teachers, family and friends filled the Wheeler Gymnatorium on Saturday to honor the life and memory of Emily Zinz, a 2014 graduate of Wheeler High School who died last week after a … more ...
    A growing number of tests for Lyme disease may be misdiagnosing patients when telling them that they have — or don’t have — the tick-borne illness. An exemption in federal regulations allows many laboratories to offer Lyme tests without proof … more ...
    AGE Just turned 18. POST GRADUATION PLANS To attend the University of Rhode Island. BORN, RAISED & GREW UP IN Good, old Westerly! FAVORITE WAY TO SPEND MY TIME With family and friends. BEST HIGH SCHOOL MEMORY Tough to pinpoint … more ...
    NORTH STONINGTON — Emily Zinz, the teen who fought cancer with a smile, died on Sunday, according to Wheeler High School administration and faculty. “Emily was an angel. She taught me more about life than any job or situation has … more ...
    Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of stories about local craft that are in a different class than the average boat. The series will continue on Mondays through the summer. After a lifetime of hard work, it … more ...
    NORTH STONINGTON — Courage was the prevailing theme at Wheeler High School’s 58th commencement Thursday evening. Graduation began with the courageous Emily Michelle Zinz, who had worked hard to attend graduation with her class despite serious medical issues. Wearing her … more ...
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