Just outside the Narragansett Community Center on Mumford Road, interested spectators gathered to observe a new tool to help keep a local waterway clean.
In its 134-year history, the estate known as Druidsdream at 144 Gibson Ave. has had only three families as owners.
Now, as current owners Nancy and Steve Richards prepare to sell the property, they are looking back fondly on memories of their time spent at the historic site.
It was a hot, sunny day on the Narragansett Seawall, but Rhode Island Attorney General Peter J. Kilmartin painted a grim picture Monday of the risk climate change poses for the Ocean State.
Nine candidates have declared their intention to seek seats on the Narragansett Town Council, and at least one of the council’s five seats will have a new occupant after November’s election.
Under a bright sky at Scarborough State Beach, town and state officials Tuesday kicked off the Solarize RI Narragansett campaign, which seeks to increase the adoption of small-scale solar energy systems through participation in a competitive tiered-pricing structure that increases savings as more businesses and homeowners sign on.
After months of negotiations, the School Committee on June 20 unanimously approved a three-year contract agreement with the Narragansett School System’s teachers.
Nearly a year after the Town Council voted unanimously in executive session to appeal a Municipal Court ruling that deemed the town’s so-called “four unrelated” ordinance unconstitutional, town officials provided an update on the matter during the council’s meeting Monday.
As the 102 graduates of Narragansett High School’s class of 2018 celebrated their success during a commencement ceremony June 14, they were encouraged to pursue their passions while remembering their roots.
During an emotional ceremony Friday, Ocean Tides School of Narragansett celebrated the work of five young men who are graduating and moving on to college or employment.
For the 19th year, the University of Rhode Island’s International Nonviolence Summer Institute taught participants about the philosophy and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., focusing on the skills necessary to promote peace, nonviolence, civil resistance and social change.