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Two more CTE programs approved for BHS

BURRILLVILLE – The Rhode Island Department of Education has approved two new Career and Technical Education programs for Burrillville High School, bringing the total now offered in the district to seven. The approval means that...

Burrillville schools to bring back ‘depot stops’ in January

BURRILLVILLE – High school and middle school students who stay after school will soon have to walk a little further to get home, but it will get them there faster, according to Supt. Michael...

Cardi’s furnishes break rooms for teachers at two Burrillville schools

BURRILLVILLE – Teachers at Burrillville High School and Middle School can now eat lunch in comfort, thanks to a donation by Cardi's Furniture & Mattresses. The business delivered three new dining room sets for one...

Halliwell name added to wing at NSES; Committee asks to also keep moniker at...

NORTH SMITHFIELD – The debate on what to do with the Dr. Harry L. Halliwell name following the closing of an elementary school that honored the beloved late doctor has been at least partially...

PUD voting, Candlelight vigil: Five things to know in Burrillville this week

PUD annual meeting The Pascoag Utility District hold its annual meeting starting at 7 p.m. at their business office at 253 Pascoag Main St. on Monday, Dec. 2. Early voting will be held from 5...

BHS students plan Burrillville’s first MADD Candlelight Vigil for Dec. 5

BURRILLVILLE – An annual statewide event that recognizes the victims of drunk and drugged drivers will be held in town for the first time next week, and student volunteers from Burrillville High School and...

Commissioner: Burrillville responsible for cost of student placed at Harmony Hill

PROVIDENCE – The Burrillville School Department must reimburse the Department of Children, Youth and Families for the education expense of a student who attended Harmony Hill School for two years, following a decision by...

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