The former West Bay YMCA in North Kingstown is currently undergoing demolition and renovation to begin its transition into a new healthcare center.
One of the largest wind turbine maintenance companies in the world, GEV Wind Power, has decided to make Quonset Business Park the location of their new United States Headquarters.
With friends, family and scores of fellow journalists in attendance, mourners gathered at Christ the King Church on June 27 at the funeral for Jim Taricani, who died after a long illness on June 21, in his home in North Kingstown.
Fourteen priests named on the Diocese of Providence’s list of clergy who were the subject of credible allegations of sexual abuse of minors served in parishes and positions in North and South Kingstown and Narragansett.
The North Kingstown Town Council meeting on June 24 resulted in the approval of a request for proposal for Wickford Elementary and a new lease for renewable energy projects.
The West Bay YMCA closed its doors on April 30th due to financial troubles, but the Ocean State Job Lot Charitable Foundation has stepped up to buy the building and reopen it as a health and wellness center.
North Kingstown High School’s valedictorian Mary Beth Clarke may be leaving South County for her next degree, but she won’t be straying out of state. Next fall, she’ll begin her pursuit of a bachelor’s in marketing at Johnson & Wales University.
It’s been six months since new North Kingstown town councilors Stacey Elliott, Mary Brimer, and Gregory Mancini were sworn in alongside incumbents Kerry McKay and Richard Welch. Since then, they’ve been working together to take care of business left by their predecessors and start moving forward with their new agenda.
The loss of a child at any age is horrific for parents, bringing grief that ripples through their lives as years pass. Time never removes the loss or erases memories that resurrect that child for short moments that parents want to be an eternity.
The “Taste of the North Kingstown Chamber” has set the table for the this upcoming summer season for visitors as well as locals looking for new culinary adventures.
High school prom season begins this month — with junior proms in just about a week — as teens ask each other to that formal ball and schools ask parents about their safety plans to keep trouble away from the fun and celebrations.
One of the first lines of defense against a hurricane is information, and two of the planes that gather the crucial data to inform and protect the public paid a visit to Rhode Island on Monday.
Scores of homeowners and businesses are protesting the new hefty sewer assessments for Wickford Village while a deadline looms next week for commercial properties to connect to the sewers in that section of town.
More than 100 people carrying signs marched from the Maury Loontjens Memorial Library to Town Hall just before Monday’s Town Council budget hearing in a show of protest over the council’s plans to cut the library’s budget in half.