Pawtucket officers about more than enforcing the law

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Two Pawtucket police officers are being hailed for their kindness during a hot Thursday evening. An 84-year-old woman called police saying she needed help to install her air conditioners. She said it was extremely hot inside her house and that she had attempted to get someone to install them for... more

Wild Bill’s red, white, and blue roof is ‘for the veterans’

GLOCESTER – A log home on Route 44 in Chepachet has received a permanent, patriotic makeover, just in time for Memorial Day. Red, white, and blue shingles form an American flag on the roof at 2150 Putnam Pike, the idea and handiwork of owner William “Wild Bill” Nickerson. Last week, after saving... more

RIDOH approves application to move Memorial's birthing services

Union questions timing on 'short-sighted' decision
PAWTUCKET – The Rhode Island Department of Health on Friday approved Care New England’s proposal to transfer obstetrics services... more

Lambi challenges Beaulieu to explain how funding dollars have been spent

CUMBERLAND – Town Council member Art Lambi issued an email to School Committee members Friday afternoon that asks their chairwoman,... more

Council approves Cumberland spending plan

$1 million extra to schools still falls short, say school officials
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CUMBERLAND – Not changing a penny, Town Council members Monday night unanimously ratified Mayor Bill Murray’s $92.98 million... more