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RIDOT rejects crosswalk, approves speed decrease by Burrillville High School

BURRILLVILLE – The speed limit on East Avenue by Burrillville High School will be decreased from 25 to 20 in the coming weeks following a request for review of the issue by the Burrillville Town Council. But some councilors expressed displeasure with the decision, arguing...

Keith Munslow to visit Pascoag library Friday

BURRILLVILLE – Pascoag Public Library at 57 Church St. will host storyteller, musician and standup comedian Keith Munslow, 
Stories and Songs, as part of the Summer Reading 2020 program – Imagine Your Story. Munslow will visit the library on Friday, Aug. 14 from 11...

Property sales in Burrillville between July 13 & July 17

The following is a list of property sales recorded in the Burrillville Town Clerk’s office between Monday, July 13 and Friday, July 17. 1 Cooper Hill Road Seller: Ryan Danna Buyer: Samantha Powers & Matthew Luce Price: $275,000 36 Mill St. Seller: Dawm Pappas Buyer: RCG Property Trust, LLC Price: $95,000 430 Reservoir...

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...