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Glocester Land Trust launches ‘eco-tourism’ initiative with youth art, mountain bike trails and more

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GLOCESTER – The Glocester Land Trust is busy – not just making the public lands more accessible – but making them more inviting and interesting, as well. That includes helping to make youngsters more aware...

Budget vote & Memorial Day parade: Five things to know in Glocester this week

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Budget vote The Financial Town Referendum will be held Tuesday, May 21 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Glocester Senior Center at 1210 Putnam Pike. Registered voters, only, may cast a vote on...

Glocester man tapped to lead men’s basketball at CCRI

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WARWICK – A New York native and Glocester resident who has coached at several universities has been named the new head coach for men's basketball at the Community College of Rhode Island. Michael Romano joined CCRI's...

The weekend: Car shows, Vendor Fair & live music among 37 things to do...

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Northern, RI – Ahhh... the sunshine! It's on track to be a *mostly beautiful weekend in northern Rhode Island and we've got you covered with plenty to do and see close to home. Highlights...

Proposed Glocester budget will lower tax rates, increase spending by $1.2 million

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GLOCESTER – The Glocester Town Council has moved forward a town budget totaling $34,181,062, which includes municipal services and capital expenses, Glocester School Department operating and capital expenses, Glocester's share of the Foster/Glocester Regional operating and capital expenses,...

Glocester man sentenced to life in prison for child molestation

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PROVIDENCE – A man who sexually assaulted a girl he knew at homes in Burrillville and Glocester from 2005 through 2009 was sentenced to life in prison this week by a Superior Court judge. James...

Adult recreation programs to move to West Glocester Elementary in light of expected budget...

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GLOCESTER – Adult recreation basketball and volleyball will be moving to West Glocester Elementary School to avoid paying Foster-Glocester Regional Schools $3,000 for use of the facilities there from November to April in effort...