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The Civil War statue in front of the former North Kingstown Town Hall is just one of the reminders of what local residents have sacrificed in …

Jeff Sweenor, left, president and CEO of Sweenor Builders, talks about the architectural details of the Queen Anne Victorian at 80 Narraganset…

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the annual Save The Bay fundraiser will be held virtually this year.

News reporters and film crews have called on Holly Dunsworth more times than she can count in recent years. She has been invited to share her insights about painful childbirth on the Netflix program “Sex, Explained,” discussed why babies cry on National Public Radio, commented about why chimps can’t throw well for the Washington Post, and addressed numerous other topics for prominent news outlets around the world.

Dr. Holly Dunsworth, an anthropology professor at the University of Rhode Island, shows a replica of a gorilla skull to her son, Abraham, 5.

News reporters and film crews have called on Holly Dunsworth more times than she can count in recent years. She has been invited to share her insights about painful childbirth on the Netflix program “Sex, Explained,” discussed why babies cry on National Public Radio, commented about why chimps can’t throw well for the Washington Post, and addressed numerous other topics for prominent news outlets around the world.

Sue Clark, the manager at Clark Farms in Matunuck, stocks the shelves with pansies.