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This Saturday, Sojourn will be hosting its 9th annual polar plunge. The event, called the Insanity for Humanity Polar Plunge, seeks to raise money for International Network of Hearts (INH), a charity that focuses on helping fight sex trafficking in Mexico.

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At its annual Legislative Day, the Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank (RIIB) presented $7.8 million in savings to 26 municipalities and utilities. The bank also announced the next round of participants in the Municipal Resilience Program, which includes Bristol, Providence, Woonsocket, Little …

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This Saturday, Fish'n Tales Adventures will be hitting the waters for its Seal Watch Tour. With harbor seals commonly out-and-about in the winter season, Fish'n Tales is inviting residents to join them to get a good view. 

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Dan's Carriage Inn in North Kingstown is gearing up for Pint Night tonight, Thursday, February 6th from 6-8 p.m. for "a great Pint Night with our friends from Newport Craft Brewing & Distilling Co.," plus DJ Trivia RI at 7 p.m. and 50 cent Wings. 

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A Rhode Island renewable energy developer, Green Development, announced its intention to bring a $200 million lawsuit against the Town of Exeter, while also holding all elected officials, planning members and zoning officials personally accountable for their actions as party to the suit. 

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PROVIDENCE–In her annual address at the Minister's Alliance Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Breakfast, Governor Gina M. Raimondo today announced new criminal justice reforms. Through a series of proposals in her FY21 budget and administrative actions, the Governor plans to implement recom…

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The North Kingstown Parks and Recreation Department hosted the inaugural Al Southwick Memorial Basketball Tournament last weekend. Southwick was the longtime NK Parks and Rec Director who passed away in June of last year. The tournament had boys and girls divisions for a range of ages. The N…

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About 350 area middle school students competed at Rogers Williams University this weekend in the 19th annual First Lego League RI robotics state championship. 

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NORTH KINGSTOWN – Family, friends and local business owners are mourning the loss of lifelong North Kingstown resident and community member Paul Wilson, who passed away on Thursday, Jan. 2.

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NORTH KINGSTOWN – After returning from holiday break, students and staff members found North Kingstown High School was a target of vandalism, with graffiti spray-painted across the school’s windows, doors and front sidewalks, among other areas.  

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EXETER – On Monday, town officials discussed a nearly $900,000 reduction in projected state aid for the Exeter-West Greenwich school district, a significant cut to the district’s operating budget. The discussion took place during this week’s Exeter Town Council meeting, with both council and…