Friday, October 23, 2020

Government

Neighbors call on council for action following vandalism of Biden signs

BURRILLVILLE – A resident on East Wallum Lake Road is calling on the Town Council to pass a statement warning others about the potential repercussions of theft and vandalism following the disappearance of several...

Burrillville council endorses idea of roundabout for Nasonville

BURRILLVILLE – Changes coming to Nasonville include improvements to the bridge and intersection by the Western Hotel, and this month, members of the Town Council unanimously endorsed the idea of creating a roundabout to...

Post Open House, Fall hoops: Five things to know in Burrillville this week

Open House Bernard-Desjarlais American Legion Post 88 will host an open house on Wednesday, Sept. 16 from noon to 6 p.m.  Guests are invited to stop by at 111 Chapel St. in Harrisville and sign...

EFSB meeting, Make waves for Kim: Five things to know in No. Smithfield this...

Give bags Help out the North Smithfield Heritage Association while reducing plastic bag waste this month. For the mont of September, Stop & Shop will donate $1 to the association for every reusable "Give Bag"...

Mass. bike path gets one bridge closer to the North Smithfield border

NORTH SMITHFIELD – The goal of creating a 48-mile dedicated bike path that runs from Providence, RI, to Worcester, Mass. moved forward this summer, with restoration of a key railroad bridge on the Blackstone...

Uncle Johnny, primary voting: Things to know in North Smithfield this week

Primary voting Three candidates will seek to advance in the election of North Smithfield’s town administrator on Tuesday, Sept. 8, with the top two vote-getters to advance to the general election in November. Three ballot places...

Town reopening, gas release: Things to know in Burrillville this week

Labor Day There will be no trash or recycling pickup on Monday, Sept. 7 as the town celebrates Labor Day, and pick up will be delayed one day for the remainder of the week. The holiday...

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