Although the word has never appeared in its name, South County Hospital has been a “community” hospital from the start.
South Kingstown High School Valedictorian Devin Lloyd said that even though he’s leaving SKHS with diploma in hand, his education isn’t stopping, and he’s happy about that.
Owen McCadden and Ben Farman, Narragansett High School’s valedictorian and salutatorian respectively, are heading off to college in different parts of the country.
The Coastal Resources Management Council is taking public input on plans to build a 350-foot sheetpile seawall within South Kingstown’s right-of-way along Matunuck Beach Road.
The town of Narragansett is ready to select a construction firm to build the extension of the William C. O’Neill Bike Path, a project that’s been in the works for several years.
Wickford held off North Cumberland 3-2 in the Rhode Island Principals Committee on Athletics middle school state championship at McCarthy Field.
The Rebels beat Scituate 4-2 on Sunday at Rhode Island College to capture the Division II championship, the first title in the history of the school’s fast-pitch program.
Contemporary Theater Company’s “To Be Continued” is one of the more unusual and innovative artistic projects in South County this year – a fully improvised season of a live soap opera, with performances every Thursday, through Aug 29, at 7:30 p.m.
Each week, The Independent will publish a synopsis of the previous week’s episode, so that readers can catch up on any action they might have missed.
The Contemporary Theater Company in Wakefield is throwing back the curtains and letting in the summer sun with a lineup full of comedy and improv.
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