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Town on track for September primary

BURRILLVILLE – Burrillville residents are on track to have plenty of choices for who they would like to see seated on the Town Council for the next four years. Twelve candidates declared their intent to...

Nine declare intent to run for Town Council

BURRILLVILLE – The field of candidates for the Burrillville Town Council grew today, with seven new candidates declaring their intent to run, adding to the two who registered on Monday. Among them are Amanda Gingell, a...

Pacheco to run for open Senate seat

BURRILLVILLE – On Monday, June 25, the first day that town officials could accept papers under state law, seven candidates declared their intent to run for office in Burrillville. Among them were Town Council President...

Lamoureux announces council bid

BURRILLVILLE – A third generation town resident who was inspired to get involved in local politics by Invenergy LLC's proposal to build a 1,000 megawatt power plant has announced his bid for the Burrillville...

Five things you need to know in Burrillville for the weekend of June 22

Cowpunk The Island at 1600 Victory Highway in nearby North Smithfield will host a "cowpunk" show from 6 to 20 p.m. on Friday, June 22. The free show will feature music by Jesse Braintree & The Hogg Brothers...

This week in Burrillville

It's another busy week in Burrillville. Here are five things you need to know: Budget The Town Council is scheduled to vote on Burrillville's fiscal plan for the upcoming year at their regular meeting on Wednesday,...

Heitke to run for Fogarty’s senate seat

BURRILLVILLE – Former Burrillville Town Councilor and Municipal Court Judge Kevin Heitke will run for the District 23 Senate seat representing Glocester, Burrillville and a portion of North Smithfield. Sen. Paul Fogarty, who has held the...

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