WHS graduates off to forge their own paths

WOONSOCKET – If the Woonsocket High School Class of 2021 learned anything from the events of the past 15 months, it’s that no one, not even the teachers and parents who fought so hard to bring them through a pandemic, could teach them how to define success. Instead, as they were reminded during... more

Ponaganset’s Class of 2021 on the move

GLOCESTER – The 197 graduating seniors of the Ponanganset High School Class of 2021 participated in commencement ceremonies last Friday, June 18, as members of what Class President Mark Holden described as the “most caring class that has ever graduated.” Cloudy skies held off on their threat of... more

Lincoln taxpayers approve $91 million budget

LINCOLN – Roughly 100 people, or less than 1 percent of Lincoln’s tax base, turned out to the town’s annual Financial Town Meeting... more

Cumberland council slashes number of BV liquor licenses

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CUMBERLAND – The years-long decline of Class BV liquor licenses in town took another leap forward last week when the Town Council... more

NP Council sets new rules for the 787

NORTH PROVIDENCE – The Town Council is taking a harder line on issues surrounding the 787 Restaurant and Lounge, 1270 Mineral Spring... more