Students in a sixth-grade science class at Broad Rock Middle School had lots of questions for Kelly Bates, and the NBC10 meteorologist happily answered them all during her visit to the school on Tuesday morning.
After nearly four decades, the person most often seen as the face of local government here — Town Clerk Dale S. Holberton — has announced she will retire in February.
The South Kingstown Town Council on Tuesday took tentative steps toward creating a local day of observance for indigenous people, but members also had little desire to see such a day replace Columbus Day.
The Town of North Kingstown held its annual Veterans Day Parade Monday morning as residents lined the streets of Wickford to show their appreciation for the men and women who’ve served their country in the five branches of the United States military.
A 2-0 loss to La Salle in the regular season finale dropped South Kingstown to the No. 4 seed for the Division I playoffs but also left the Rebels feeling good about a potential rematch.
James Osmanski set a single-game school record with six touchdown passes, Shane Kenyon caught four of them and the Skippers romped into the Division I semifinals with a 50-7 victory over Barrington
“It’s not too late to start over.”
This is a key line and the overlying message of “Junkie,” a short film written and set to be directed by University of Rhode Island junior Alyssa Botelho, the first serious film project for the Film/Media and Business Management double major from Fairhaven, Massachusetts that’s being shot on both sides of the state line.
SixFoxWhiskey from Boston know how to capture a groove and let it ride. Their funky take on jam music has gotten them a dedicated fan base in the northeast because of it.
The Prout School will show South County that “Even if you’re little, you can do a lot,” with its performance of “Matilda the Musical” this weekend.