CHS celebrates first Leafy Green Machine harvest

CUMBERLAND – In September, Cumberland High School purchased a refurbished shipping container able to produce vegetables in a hydroponic growing facility from Freight Farms. After seven weeks of growth, the school celebrated its first harvest on Monday. The Leafy Green Machine, or LGM, can grow a... more

Old Congregational Church bell comes down

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SCITUATE – They’ll hear the bells on Christmas Day. Or so town officials hope. Barring “any major catastrophes or holdups,” the bell atop the Old Congregational Church on Greenville Road will be restored and ringing again by Christmas, says Town Council President John Mahoney. The town on Tuesday... more

Senate Finance announces changes to PawSox stadium bill

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PAWTUCKET – After hearing from the public and experts in the field, members of the Senate Finance Committee have announced a revised... more

Woonsocket Planner Bouley resigns over health concerns

WOONSOCKET – The city's director of planning and development will be leaving the position by the end of this month and has given his... more

Zoning plan paves way for marijuana facilities

CUMBERLAND – Facing increasing interest in developing marijuana cultivation facilities in Cumberland, town officials are setting new... more

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