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Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Government

Reed: CTC credits for parents start today

Beginning today, tens of thousands of parents across Rhode Island will gain an additional lifeline as they continue to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Eligible Rhode Island families will soon receive as...

Town looks to modify tax stabilization program to include Beef Barn expansion

NORTH SMITHFIELD – Saying the pandemic interfered with the business's ability to complete processes in a timely manner, Town Administrator Paul Zwolenski is recommending changes to North Smithfield's tax stabilization ordinance that...

Solar project key to Nasonville redevelopment plan moves forward

BURRILLVILLE – A proposal to build a 2.71-megawatt solar array on a vacant property adjacent to Western Hotel & Pizza has received preliminary approval from the Burrillville Planning Board, and is now...

Movie night, soccer deadline: Five things to know in North Smithfield this week

Paving For those not aware, St. Paul Street is scheduled to be paved today, Monday, July 12 and drivers can expect delays and closures, and will need to find...

School supplies drive, food trucks assemble: Five things to know in Burrillville this week

School supplies drive Burrillville Helping Burrillville and the Burrillville Rocks group are teaming up to raise funds for local families in need of school supplies for the upcoming school...

N.S. zoners to hear case for composting at appeal of cease & decease order...

NORTH SMITHFIELD – The owner of a farm on Buxton Street ordered to stop accepting dumped materials – including food scraps – from outside sources for production of compost will appeal the...

Yoga, Tree-Hugger Tuesday & concerts begin: Five things to know in Burrillville this week

Cribbage league Spritzers will hold sign ups for the Pascoag Summer Cribbage League on Tuesday, July 6 starting at 6:45 p.m. Speaking of summer leagues,...

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