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Food volunteers, summer reading: Five things to know in Burrillville this week

Summer reading & Book Buddies programs Pascoag Public Library has launched a summer reading program where participants can earn a badge for every hour they read. Kids in grades pre-K through 12 are invited to participate using the Beanstack platform to track their reading.  Sign up and...

Tree cutting, conservation dominate debate on Gold solar

NORTH SMITHFIELD – While planners admitted that the project is far more unique and collaborative than others that have come before them, a discussion about a proposal to install a solar array on the Mattity Road property owned by David Gold this week nonetheless...

The new front line: In pandemic, EMS Week takes on new meaning

NORTHERN RHODE ISLAND – In our worst moments, they are the first to arrive, the life savers, and right now, they go to work daily knowing they may have to face off against a virus that has brought the world to a halt. May 17...

Wright’s, Bella closed for two weeks: Most Burrillville restaurants serving takeout

BURRILLVILLE – Restaurants in town reacted to the order to halt dine-in service on Tuesday, March 17, with some opting to stick strictly to serving take-out , and others announcing closure through March 30. Below is a list of announcements from local establishments. Bella Restaurant: closed "We...

Top two students in BHS Class of 2020 look forward, with an uncertain future

BURRILLVILLE – They are graduating in a unique time in human history, when the status of everything from their commencement ceremony, to the course of their secondary education, remains uncertain.   But the two top students from the Burrillville High School Class of 2020 remain hopeful...

Police charge operator from October crash with driving to endanger

BURRILLVILLE – The North Providence man who was driving a vehicle that crashed into a tree on Friday, Oct. 25, leaving himself and three others injured, is now facing several charges with the Burrillville Police Department. Dimitri Gentile, 20, of North Providence, is facing three...

Santa, live music, and bazaars galore: Five things to know in Burrillville this weekend

Bazaars all over Support the Burrillville High School Music Boosters while keeping your Christmas shopping local, and enjoy refreshments and music while you shop. The bazaar will be held at Burrillville High School from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7. There will...

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