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RIDOH announces seven cases of COVID 19 in Burrillville

PROVIDENCE – Gov, Gina Raimondo announced 114 new cases of COVID 19 in Rhode Island in a press briefing Monday afternoon, bringing the state total to 408. Raimondo announced that there have been four deaths...

Council to hold North Smithfield’s first virtual town meeting Monday

NORTH SMITHFIELD – Just like the rest of us, members of the North Smithfield Town Council need to practice social distancing and at least for the time being, that means gathering with residents at...

Reports of COVID 19 hit close to home

With confirmed reports in neighboring Massachusetts communities, and a report of one Burrillville man showing symptoms and visiting Landmark Medical Center, the virus that has effectively changed how people live across the globe made...

Farnum Pike bridge to be closed for repair Friday & Saturday

NORTH SMITHFIELD – The Rhode Island Department of Transportation will temporarily close a portion of Farnum Pike/Route 104 where it passes under the Route 146 overpass in North Smithfield Friday night, March 27 at...

New ‘Gift it Forward’ site aims to help support small business amid COVID 19

PROVIDENCE — In his role as Chair of Rhode Island’s Small Business Advocacy Council, Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee joined Justin Gontarek and Nicholas Rego, founders of Oceanside Graphics RI, to announce Gift it Forward,...

Overdue books, food pantry changes: Five things to know in North Smithfield this week

State of Emergency extended Town Administrator Gary Ezovski extended the town's state of emergency through April 5 this week, noting the date parallels the distance learning mandate established by Gov. Gina Raimondo. The executive order...

Around the Valley: Vote from home, Casino closure extended

Twin River to remain closed The state department of Revenue has ordered another week of closure for Tiverton and Twin River Casinos following news today that 11 more cases of COVID 19 have been found...

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