The North Kingstown Town Council continued mulling potential options for the future of Town Hall, holding a public hearing during Monday’s meeting to hear opinions on which plan was most palatable.
District 32 State Rep. and House Judiciary Chairman Robert Craven (D) said he would like to introduce legislation extending the statute of limitations on civil cases of sexual assault and child molestation.
After a wide-ranging search for nominations and thorough deliberations, the new Regional Class Research Vessel that will soon call the University of Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay Campus home has a name.
The North Kingstown Town Council meeting took a dramatic turn just before its conclusion on Monday night, as Republican Kerry McKay was elected as the board’s first president pro tempore.
The Prout School’s robotics team, Hyperion, and its two alliance partners, finished first in this year’s Rhode Island state championships of the FIRST Tech Challenge. The event was held on Saturday, Feb. 9 at New England Institute of Technology’s Automotive Center in Warwick.
The Narragansett Future Farmers of America were recognized for their accomplishments at the national convention in Indianapolis last fall during Monday’s Town Council meeting.
The art stands alone, but together: Individual stories, rooted in personal perspectives, that are part of a collective narrative.
Valentine’s Day is a perfect time to take a loved one out on the town and have a romantic evening.
A lineup of lethal comedy is on the docket at Wakefield’s Contemporary Theater Company with the return of the improvised murder mystery, “Whodunit?”