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Saturday, December 3, 2022

Glocester

de la Cruz re-elected Senate minority leader

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Senate Minority Caucus has announce the re-election of Sen. Jessica de la Cruz to serve as Senate minority leader and Sen. Gordon Rogers as Senate minority whip.

Property sales in Glocester between Oct. 24 & Nov. 2

The following is a list of property sales recorded in the Glocester Town Clerk’s office between Monday, Oct. 24 and Wednesday, Nov. 2. 5...

The weekend: Holiday bazaar, popup market among 27 things to do in northern RI

Northern, RI – Welcome to The Weekend, northern Rhode Island, our weekly roundup of all the special events and happenings locally over the next three days. It's Veteran's...

Place, Chippendale to continue in Republican Caucus leadership roles

PROVIDENCE– Rhode Island House Republicans unanimously elected Michael Chippendale of Foster as minority leader, and David Place of Burrillville as minority whip, to continue in their caucus leadership roles.

Fundraisers for victims in Cady’s motorcycle crash raise nearly $4K

GLOCESTER – It was sunny fall day outside of Cady's Tavern on Route 44 on Saturday, Oct. 22 as motorcyclists gathered for a memorial ride. Another bike carrying...

Independents, write-in candidate fail in bids for fully Republican Glocester Town Council

GLOCESTER – All five members of the Glocester Town Council will represent a single political party following an election that saw two incumbents who identified as independents fail in bids to retain...

Veteran ornaments, golf tournament & a food drive: Five things to know in Glocester...

Ornaments for Veterans Glocester Libraries will offer Ornaments for Veterans on Tuesday, Nov. 8 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., with residents invited to drop by either library to...