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December Artwork Exhibit at Kettle Pond Vistor Center 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Charlestown

Children's story hour 10:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. Hope Valley

Bridge Club 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Charlestown

Monday Night Movie 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Charlestown

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WOOD RIVER JCT. — After a considerable delay, the results of the science New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) testing conducted last May were released … more ...
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Long-simmering tensions on the 11-member Chariho School Committee erupted at Tuesday’s meeting. Members were discussing whether to approve the district’s annual … more ...
HOPKINTON — Members of the Town Council voted unanimously Monday to forgive some of the back taxes owed by the Greene Plastics Corp. The taxes, … more ...
WOOD RIVER JCT. — Chariho Middle School students joined 63 million young people around the world who were learning computer programming by participating in the … more ...
Rivers surrounding the Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed may become eligible to receive federal conservation funding thanks to legislation sponsored by Rhode Island and Connecticut lawmakers that cleared … more ...
HOPKINTON — The Hopkinton Land Trust has purchased two parcels of land on Lawton Foster Road North that contain stone structures many people, including the … more ...
HOPKINTON – Beribboned Christmas trees, horse-drawn wagon rides, and a waving duo dressed in costume as Frosty the Snowman and an elf welcomed visitors down … more ...
A relic of 19th-century Charlestown education will undergo some much-needed repairs thanks to a $21,280 grant recently awarded to the Charlestown Historical Society. The historical … more ...
RICHMOND — Richmond’s first solar energy project is expected to be completed by year’s end. “In terms of equipment on site, we’re on target for … more ...
Westerly, Charlestown, and Richmond received good news this week as the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management approved open-space grants that will allow each community … more ...

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WOOD RIVER JCT. — Two schools in the Chariho district were among the 30 commended by Gov. Lincoln Chafee and the Rhode Island Department of … more ...
ASHAWAY — The village of Ashaway will host its 16th annual holiday stroll on Dec. 13. This year’s event will offer a day-long dose of … more ...
HOPKINTON — A public vaccination clinic will be held at the Ashaway Elementary School, 12 Hillside Ave., on Saturday, Dec. 20, from 10 a.m. to … more ...
PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Planning Council will vote Thursday on RhodeMap RI, a sweeping economic development plan that has been two years in the … more ...
HOPKINTON — The renovated Thames River Business Park at 64 High St. has a new, up-and-coming tenant, Muff’s Motorsports. The company, which was previously located … more ...
Grade 5 Grace C. Abbott Adriana S. Abby Kyle M. Ackroyd Brandon W. Allamby Brendan R. Allamby Nathan T. Allen Braeden N. Appleton Danielle C. … more ...
HOPKINTON — Maryanne McNamara, known around town as Marne, was behind the counter at her new restaurant, Back in Thyme, on Thursday, making soup, serving … more ...
State Rep.-elect Blake Filippi says he was vindicated by the state Ethics Commission’s decision not to investigate a complaint filed against him by an associate … more ...
HOPKINTON — The Town Council is amending the ordinance that governs special-event license fees. Groups wishing to hold several events will have to pay more, … more ...
WAKEFIELD — State and local planning officials will soon have a new resource to guide them in protecting coastal wetlands. The Coastal Resources Management Council … more ...
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