Proponents of ‘Lost 74’ honor appeal to Trump

CUMBERLAND – Advocates for the “Lost 74” are hoping the unpredictable nature of President Donald Trump will bring them the answer they’ve long desired. They say they’ve heard through the grapevine... more

Finance director first of several expected departures

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CUMBERLAND – The departure of Jason Parmelee as Cumberland’s finance director is expected to be one of a number of exits of department heads in town. Parmelee, a man Mayor Bill Murray said has... more

Chapel reconfiguration may wait until spring

Cumberland wall will be kept, moved back
CUMBERLAND – Utility crews are continuing their work along Diamond Hill Road’s double roundabout project, which includes the Chapel Four Corners intersection, but there’s no word yet on whether the... more

Department of Health satisfied with Cumberland’s water testing

CUMBERLAND – Officials from the Rhode Island Department of Health have signed off on the Cumberland Water Department’s action plan for ongoing testing of local water, which includes collecting data... more

Troop 1 Cumberland Hill Scouts Spaghetti Supper planned Oct. 20

CUMBERLAND – Boy Scout Troop 1 Cumberland Hill will hold its annual Spaghetti Supper on Saturday, Oct. 20, from 5:30 - 8 p.m. at the Cumberland Public Safety Union Hall, 7 Cray St. Tickets are $10 at... more

Spooky Goofy Halloween Safety Show Oct. 21

CUMBERLAND – Magician and comedian Gregory McAdams will perform his Spooky Goofy Halloween Safety Show, complete with safety tips, magic tricks, Axel the magic puppet dog, and more at the Cumberland... more

Cumberland Senior Center lists events

CUMBERLAND – The Cumberland Senior Center serves those ages 55-and-older, offering up-to-date quality of life programs and encouraging members to participate. Membership is $8 per year for a... more