Folks can sample a variety of home-cooked chowders and chili this weekend in Kingston, and also help a local woman whose body is rejecting the life-saving kidney she received two years ago.
The town of Narragansett has agreed to lease the Windmill Building off of Clarke Road to the Narragansett Historical Society for its use as a new home.
A federal grant may help the all-volunteer Union Fire District, which serves most of South Kingstown, to avoid ever needing its own 911 call for emergency volunteers.
The circulation of a draft ordinance that would cap the maximum number of chickens homeowners could keep in South Kingstown drew a sizable and vocal crowd to Monday’s Town Council meeting to oppose it.
Jeffrey Salk and his son Adam were busy Tuesday getting the former Ocean State Job Lot building in Wakefield ready for its debut as Salk’s Ace Hardware and Marine, the fourth location for the family business.
The North Kingstown School Committee voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve Superintendent Phil Auger’s Preliminary Budget Proposal for the 2020/21 school year in preparation for the Town Council budget workshop on March 20.
One of the best boys basketball programs in the state has a new top scorer.
Shut out for the full 45 minutes in game two of its quarterfinal series, the South County Storm co-op girls hockey team needed less than a minute to set the course for a different outcome in game three.
There’s a unique place that’s going to be popping up this spring in South Kingstown and it’s called the Rhode Island People’s History Museum. The organization aims to tell the story of The Ocean State via historical artifacts and the experiences of working people from the state’s past.
The wind gusts coming off Wickford Harbor must have changed direction as they’ve carried Mary Poppins into town for the next two weekends as the North Kingstown High School Fine Arts Department brings the story of the famed nanny to life for what they hope will be a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious time.
As our heart — the beating linchpin for our survival — ticks away every day, 60 or more times a minute, the entire month of February is dedicated to bringing awareness about how to keep it ticking through the years.