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.
Pawtucket Police Det. Susan Cormier is determined to change the perception surrounding cold cases. It’s not Sherlock Holmes smoking a pipe while investigating a scene with a magnifying glass and it’s not as simple as making an arrest and then moving onto the next case.
The town of South Kingstown might drop its live broadcasts of Town Council meetings on a local public access cable channel, opting instead to use a free re-broadcast of the recorded meeting at a different time.
By any measure, whether just people applauding you or convincing U.S. Census data, Fern and Al Early are in a special category that their love and commitment to each other has earned them.
Elizabeth Berman has lived most of the last decade as southern Rhode Island’s “Chamber Lady.” This week she steps away from that role, but keeps the cachet she earned for her youthful enterprise.
The Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General has found that the South Kingstown School Committee did not violate the Open Meetings Act based on a pair of complaints filed against it in November 2018 and earlier this year.
The South Kingstown Town Council is holding off, for now, on passing a town-wide ban on single-use plastic straws at restaurants and other eating establishments.
Thundermist Health Center celebrated their 50th anniversary in style last Thursday night with a gala at the Roger Williams Park Botanical Center where they honored their past, and raised $20,000 to fund ongoing programs and future endeavors at their Woonsocket, West Warwick and Wakefield locations.
Fall is in full swing, and with it, all things pumpkin, and the famed orange gourd will be front and center today at the TwoTen Oyster Bar & Grill hosts Pints & Pumpkins to raise money for The Courthouse Center for the Arts.
Bright fall sunlight streamed through the large glass exteriors of the University of Rhode Island’s new Fascitelli Center on Monday as more than 500 people gathered to celebrate the opening of the school’s state-of-the-art $150 million engineering building.