PROVIDENCE -- Boston Red Sox fans will be able to express pride in their beloved team as they drive, while also supporting Rhode Island organizations funded by the Red Sox Foundation.
HOPKINTON -- The fate of the proposed $24.07 million budget for fiscal year 2011-12 rests on the hands of the taxpayers who turn out to the poll today.
WOOD RIVER JCT. â After quickly gaining steam over the past few months, the Chariho Regional High School Alumni Association held its inaugural meeting Tuesday, June 7.
By ANDREW MARTIN
RICHMOND â If you are 50 years of age or older, you are cordially invited to attend the grand opening of the new Richmond Senior Center today, June 12.
CHARLESTOWN â It's official â the town beaches will be improved with new facilities.
WESTERLY â The Y stands for healthy living and to make sure all members continue to be involved wherever they may travel, YMCAs across New England have joined together to offer reciprocal membership through their âMy Y is Every Yâ program.
CHARLESTOWN â For newly appointed Town Clerk Amy Rose Weinreich, it felt like she was training for the job since her first day with the town in February 2002 as Deputy Town Clerk.
RICHMOND -- The Town Council is marinating on an idea to pull back the newly changed term lengths for elected officials from four years to two years.
CHARLESTOWN â The Town Council is seeking resident feedback and assistance in dealing with a land purchase proposal for 81 acres off King's Factory Road.
HOPKINTON â A 30-year-old male resident was arrested for first-degree child abuse Monday after he allegedly struck the victim with a belt, causing contusions and bruising on her body.