By just looking at South Kingstown’s trees, Bill Wallace can tell their ages, storms they’ve encountered and bugs or disease that make them weak or dying.
North Kingstown resident Josh Lamothe was among eight people honored Jan. 30 by the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America with the Silver Beaver Award, the highest honor a council can give to an adult volunteer to celebrate their long-term volunteer work and commitment to the organization.
It’s a love story unlike most: University of Rhode Island animal science instructor Justin Richards and his wife Carey, a Mystic Aquarium trainer and researcher, met 20 years ago when both worked at the aquarium.
A presentation by Ed Cooney of the North Kingstown Asset Management Committee on the town’s Capital Improvement Program from Fiscal Year 2021 to Fiscal Year 2025 was the main focus of Monday night’s North Kingstown Town Council meeting at the Beechwood Senior Center.
The early reviews for Brookside Hall, the University of Rhode Island’s new $94-million, 500-bed residence hall on the Kingston campus, were glowing at its public unveiling Monday.
The Town Council on Monday passed an ordinance designed to crack down on “loud and unruly” gatherings in residential areas, giving homeowners or landlords a warning followed by fines for violators.
North Kingstown didn’t allow a field goal for the first 6:45 of the game and built a 24-point halftime cushion. The Rebels worked back to within 10 in the second half before the Skippers pulled away for a 66-43 win.
With its third straight win on Saturday at Boss Arena, a 6-3 triumph over Warwick, South County improved to 7-4-1, good for third place in the league
Winter doldrums can be an opportunity in South County Art Association’s many and varied classes for beginners to masters wanting to develop the talents of their artist within.
If you grew up in the ‘90s and you didn’t listen to at least one Sublime song, then you were probably living in a cave somewhere.
Red can be a powerful color, invoking emotions of passion, anger, love and other strong emotions, and the color and its many interpretations are the theme of this month’s exhibit at the Wickford Art Association, “Seeing Red,” which debuted Feb. 7 and runs through March 1.
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- Putting down roots: Taking stock of South County’s trees has been a lifelong career for SK Tree Warden Bill Wallace
- NK man recognized for over two decades of volunteer service with Boy Scouts of America