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Community Calendar

Community Artists Program
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Charlestown

Families in Nature
11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Charlestown

Time, Tide & Water exhibit
1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Westerly

"Shakespeare in Hollywood"
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Westerly

Opening Reception
2 p.m. - 4 p.m. Westerly

Movies in the Park
7:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. Westerly

RI Blood Drive
9 a.m. - Noon Charlestown

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STONINGTON — During a long-standing Deans Mill School tradition of celebrating Flag Day, Tricia Lance was honored for her devotion to children. After versions of … more ...
PROVIDENCE — It’s been a rough few months for the area’s trees. First their leaves were partially eaten in the spring by winter moth larvae, … more ...
STONINGTON — Amid the red, white, and blue sea of people participating in the annual Stonington Borough Fourth of July parade, 11-year-old John Breitfelder waved … more ...
PAWCATUCK — It came as no surprise to Michael Grillo’s friends and family when they heard he’d hit it out of the park during his … more ...
STONINGTON — Pawcatuck drivers have the shortest average one-way commute time and fifth easiest commute in Connecticut, according to a recent study conducted by Nerdwallet.com, … more ...
STONINGTON — Workers are now removing hazardous waste materials and clearing land at the Spruce Meadows development, a proposed 44-unit apartment project along South Broad … more ...
STONINGTON — The Stonington Volunteer Ambulance Corps is seeking financial help from the town and community to pay for critical repairs at its headquarters at … more ...
MYSTIC — The old Quality Inn on Whitehall Avenue in Mystic, once known as the Ramada Inn, is on the auction block. According to Bennett … more ...
The Stonington Shellfish Commission extended the closure of two conditional shellfishing areas because of heavy rainfall. The closures, extending through the Fourth of July weekend, … more ...
STONINGTON — The Shellfish Commission extended the closure of two conditional shellfishing areas due to heavy rainfall. The closures, extending through the Fourth of July … more ...
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STONINGTON — The Recreation Commission on Monday night once again explored the issue of usage fees as a potential revenue stream to offset costs of … more ...
Bright blue skies, a light breeze and comfortable temperatures combined to make Barn Island in Pawcatuck a perfect location to enjoy an early summer afternoon. … more ...
STONINGTON — Full day preschool is coming to the Stonington Community Center during the upcoming school year, COMO officials announced Tuesday. The COMO introduced its … more ...
STONINGTON — Stonington High School graduate Connor Toole became an NBA draftee last week, but not exactly. An editor and comedy writer for Elite Daily, … more ...
PAWCATUCK — The current plan for renovation of St. Michael the Archangel Church calls for the entire roof to be removed and rebuilt and five … more ...
STONINGTON — U.S. District Court Judge Victor A. Bolden has approved a request by the Board of Education and Superintendent Van Riley for more time … more ...
GROTON — Coastal plantings, vegetation and natural restoration are the keys to restoring and maintaining New England’s coastlines, according to experts. The Climate Adaptation Academy, … more ...
STONINGTON — The Shellfish Commission announced Sunday that it has closed two conditional shellfishing areas due to heavy rainfall. Area A and Outer Quiambaug Cove … more ...
STONINGTON — Saturday’s 18th annual Relay for Life was an emotional but hopeful event for Pawcatuck residents Scott Rathbun, Ken Perdeen, and Stan Craig, who … more ...
STONINGTON — Jimmy Moran is the perfect example that with some determination and hard work, anyone can achieve their goals. The 24-year-old Lords Point resident … more ...
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