Well, here we are. It's January and, yet again, we've got a nice, fresh batch of snow covering North Kingstown and Exeter.
Are you getting tired of the white stuff? If so, you're certainly not alone.
Residents from across the area have tried their hardest to bear the brunt of this stubborn winter ever since a snowstorm Christmas weekend coated Rhode Island with a foot of snow and, really, it hasn't let up.
But that's not slowing down the Standard Times.
This week, we've got all the local news you care about.
Whether it's the recently released Braver Group findings that revealed North Kingstown as a "financially healthy" town or Tuesday night's news that Exeter-West Greenwich has received $5,000 to promote an anti-bullying campaign, you can read about all of this week's biggest stories in the newspaper that sets the standard for local news in Rhode Island.
In addition, this week's Standard Times has an update on the NK Town Council's decision to approve a plan for a new bandstand area at the town beach, not to mention two other stories that detail the Council's objections to adding stop signs on Terre Maer and their look into possibly hiring a Human Resources representative.
And, if that wasn't enough, Martha Smith brings you a Standard Times-exclusive look at local military hero Matt Dolan, plus a look back at Unforgettable Character Larry Sherman.
And that's just the first four pages.
Pick up a copy of the Standard Times today and you'll get all that and much, much more. Or, in other words, it's just business as usual at your one-stop shop for everything North Kingstown/Exeter related.