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  • STONINGTON — In “The Hope of Everyman,” the late 15th-century English morality play, when the complacent main character is called by Death, he can only persuade one of his friends to go with him. Rejected by Beauty, Kindred, and Worldly … more ...
    STONINGTON — The Board of Finance voted Monday night to restore $270,000 of the more than half-million dollars it cut from the proposed 2014-15 schools budget. The amount was a letdown to school officials and hundreds of parents who have … more ...
    WARWICK — Two witnesses called Monday to testify in the Misquamicut beach access case said they both believed that the beach area, from Westerly Town Beach to Weekapaug Breachway, was open to the public, but questions from the defense lawyer … more ...
    URI decides to arm its police officers   Published Apr 14, 2014
    KINGSTON — A decision to arm University of Rhode Island police officers was announced Monday after a year-long campus discussion with faculty, students, staff and others. Although providing weapons to officers has been considered for a period of years, a … more ...
    MYSTIC — With the coming of spring, the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center has started the groundwork for improvements to its latest acquisition, Coogan Farm. The center is currently clearing two acres of thick brush overgrowth to be used as a … more ...
    There is a moratorium on utility shut offs in Rhode Island between Nov. 1 and April 15. Families who don’t pay anything toward their gas or electric bills during those months get a temporary reprieve, but they may also have … more ...
    MYSTIC — Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center Executive Director Maggie Jones has been honored with the Goodwin-Niering Center Alumni Environmental Achievement Award for her more than 20 years of leadership in community environmental education and land conservation, including her efforts to … more ...

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    WESTERLY — Trash and recycled materials will take center stage on Earth Day as part of the Trashion Fashion fundraiser organized by Greater Westerly-Pawcatuck Chamber of Commerce. The event features about 40 dresses designed and modeled by local residents and … more ...
    STONINGTON — A forgotten piece of West Vine Street School, dingy and hidden in layers of dust, was cleaned up just in time for a group of little pigs to shine. Kindergarteners performed “The Three Piggy Opera” one night last … more ...
    WARWICK — After reviewing about 200 deeds and other related documents, a real estate title lawyer determined that the original owners of a disputed section of Misquamicut never intended to dedicate the beach area of their property as public. The … more ...
    CHARLESTOWN — Firefly Song of Wind was Dr. Ella Wilcox-Thomas Sekatau’s Narragansett Indian name. On Monday, Sekatau passed from this world into, Native people might say, the spirit world. “She was a great light and we are diminished by the … more ...
    600 attend Stonington budget hearing   Published Apr 11, 2014
    STONINGTON — Aurora Hutchins stood in front of a packed auditorium at Stonington High School on Thursday night and addressed the six-member Board of Finance. The 8-year-old, a second-grader at Deans Mill Elementary School, talked about a classmate who, with … more ...
    WARWICK — The lawyer for the Misquamicut property owners who are being sued by the state for allegedly failing to allow public access to the beach in front of their homes was scheduled to start his case this morning. On … more ...
    STONINGTON — Thanks to almost 200 donors, a sport most likely to be found in country clubs is about to be available to the public at the Stonington Community Center. The center will be cutting the ribbon on its new … more ...
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