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Hopkinton considers snow removal ordinance

February 10, 2011

HOPKINTON -- The Town Council discussed the possibility of a sidewalk snow removal ordinance for the town at its Feb. 7 meeting, much like the one in Westerly and other municipalities throughout the state.

Rep. Walsh introduces driving bill

February 9, 2011

PROVIDENCE -- Rep. Donna Walsh (Democrat, District 36) has introduced H-5122, which will close a loophole used by bad drivers with multiple offenses to evade harsher penalties.

Walsh’s bill is a simple measure that would prohibit any driver who has received a third summons in a 12-month-period from mailing in payment. Instead, that driver would have to appear in person before a judge in municipal court or traffic tribunal.

Lacrosse coming for area youths

February 8, 2011

The Westerly Area Youth Lacrosse league is offering a FREE event for area parents and students, grades 1 through 8 today from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Westerly Middle School.

Join WAYL tonight to hear Dave Cornell and Heather McClelland, head mens' and womens' coaches from Conn College, give interested players the "scoop" on the sport. Vendors will also be available to display and sell equipment. WAYL has received a grant from US Lacrosse for helmets and eye wear for 20 boys. The equipment will be loaned for the season on a first-come, first-served basis.

Use your Facebook privacy settings

February 5, 2011

When the world's most popular social networking site, Facebook, debuted in 2003, things were different. It started out small as it was open to a select group of colleges and universities. It grew quickly, though, and expanded to more colleges as months passed. And, soon enough, it was open to community colleges, then high schools, and, finally, every person with an Internet connection.

Green community sprouting in Carolina village

February 4, 2011

CHARLESTOWN – The idea of “going green” is one that continues to gain traction throughout the country and the entire world, especially as we watch our gasoline and heating prices rise and rise.

Brothers arrested in connection with murder, arson

February 3, 2011

HOPKINTON - The dark and peaceful silence that enveloped the snow-covered meadows of rural Hope Valley was shattered early Wednesday morning when emergency vehicles sped toward Woody Hill Road. Word soon spread that, there, within the tiny hamlet of farms and forests, an apparent murder had occurred.

La Salle Academy freshman wins art competition

February 2, 2011

La Salle Academy freshman Anthony Anderson, of Richmond, has won a Gold Key Award in painting in the Rhode Island Scholastic Art Awards competition.

Richmond Community Center's calendar packed with activities

January 31, 2011

RICHMOND – If you're looking for something to do this coming February, you should probably head on over to the Richmond Community Center.

Located above the Richmond Police Station on Main Street, the center has a full month of activities planned for next month. The Richmond Social Activities Ad Hoc Committee deserves much of the thanks for this initiative, as does Town Administrator Steve Sette.

The administrator has helped the committee ever since they got their start back late last year as a means of picking up where the disbanded Richmond Senior Citizens Association left off.

Richmond man wins "Moments of Trust" award

January 28, 2011

WEST WARWICK – Larry Akers, a resident of Richmond and a Cox Communications employee, was recently honored with a “Moments of Trust” award at the system based in New England.

Congressman Langevin speaks on State of the Union

January 27, 2011

WARWICK, R.I. - Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) offered the following statement in response to President Obama's State of the Union address, delivered this week in the House chamber.

 

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