A log cabin for Evan

Cumberland Hill 1st-grader with SMA invites friends to join him in his donated playhouse
CUMBERLAND – Stroll into the Vaudry’s backyard, and you’ll find a small log cabin among the trees, a little getaway for 6-year-old Evan Vaudry, a student at Cumberland Hill Elementary School. The playhouse, built of pine, is equipped with a front porch and rocking chairs for visitors, his own... more

Oh honey!

Beekeepers conference has attendees buzzing
JOHNSTON – The most difficult question for a beekeeper to answer, it seems, is, “Why did you start beekeeping in the first place?” Keith Salisbury, president of the Rhode Island Beekeepers Association and owner of 20 beehives was stymied. He asked Scott Langlais, a RIBA mentor, to try and tackle... more

North Smithfield Council adds $100K to 2018 budget

Change equates to 5.5 cents on residential tax rate
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NORTH SMITHFIELD – Residents will pay more than initially planned on their tax bills this year, thanks, in part, to the General... more

Lincoln school officials get raises

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LINCOLN – Some administrators in the Lincoln School Department will see raises, but not until after what’s being described as a “... more

City’s commuter train plan chugs ahead

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WOONSOCKET – Investor Vincent Bono expects to make major progress this week on his goal of transporting guests from the Woonsocket... more