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Monday, October 18, 2021

Government

Roger Williams, Historic N.S.: Five things to know in North Smithfield this week

NSHA Essay Contest The North Smithfield Heritage Association has announced a new essay contest, open to students at all North Smithfield Public Schools. Students are asked to write an...

McKee congratulates owners, presents citation following successful opening of new Beef Barn

NORTH SMITHFIELD – State officials joined local crowds enjoying lunch at 200 Industrial Drive this week, during a visit to a popular restaurant that recently expanded and reopened at a new location...

Clean & Green, Pumpkin People: Five things to know in North Smithfield this week

The Mental Smuggler Preview screening #10 from the docu-series Slatersville, America's First Mill Village has been scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 13 and will be held at the Blackstone...

Library closure, Rescue Act funding: Five things to know in Burrillville this week

Levy P.T.A. raising funds for accessible playground The Austin T. Levy P.T.A. is fundraising to purchase and install handicap-accessible playground equipment at the elementary school. To donate to help...

Parents from Glocester, North Smithfield sign on to lawsuit over mask mandate

PROVIDENCE – A group of 16 families from Glocester, Smithfield, Warwick and North Smithfield are named as plaintiffs in a suit against Gov. Dan McKee over Rhode Island's school mask mandate and...

Electric car to become town property for $14.7K

BURRILLVILLE – An electric car leased by the town for the past three years will now officially belong to Burrillville, following a decision by the Town Council to buy the vehicle for...

EPA announces completion of hazardous waste cleanup at former Stamina Mills office

NORTH SMITHFIELD – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has completed a hazardous waste cleanup at the former Stamina Mills office site on School Street, according to a recent release from the agency....

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