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Artistry & spectacle: O’Neill aims high with Assembly Theatre production of ‘Beauty and the...

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BURRILLVILLE – In March, cast members in Director Chris O'Neill's production of Disney's, "Beauty and the Beast," – now at the Assembly Theatre – attended another performance from the beloved entertainment conglomerate, catching, "Frozen...

Detour, station tour & West Glocester annual: Five things to know in Glocester this...

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Live stream Those who couldn't make it to the Ponaganset High School graduation ceremony on Friday, June 7 still have a chance to view the event. A live stream from the commencement service was posted...

Family Fair, Feast on the Farm & budget vote: Five things to know in...

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Beauty and the Beast continues The Rhode Island Stage Ensemble's production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast continues this week at the Assembly Theatre at 26 East Ave., with performance on Friday, June 14 at...

Mushroom hunting, water outage & revaluation visits: Six things to know in North Smithfield...

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Water outage The below outage was rescheduled. The town is warning residents in the area of Country Way that their water service will be shut down for approximately eight hours on Tuesday, June 11 starting at...

The weekend: Head outside for strawberries, bridge hike and more with 40 things to...

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Northern, RI – The season of outdoor music, farmer's markets and fishing derbies is fully upon us, and there's plenty to do and see locally this weekend in northern Rhode Island. Welcome to The Weekend,...

Photos: Guests young & old turn out for Spring Splash in Pascoag

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BURRILLVILLE – Soaking up the sun at the Fountain Square Spring Splash festival in Pascoag, residents of Burrillville and visitors meandered along the street, checking out merchandise, munching on food, and stopping to listen to...

New trail, hurricanes & mountain biking club: Six things to know in Glocester this...

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Hurricane season The Glocester Emergency Management Agency is reminding residents that hurricane season began on Saturday, June 1 and now is the time to prepare. The agency recommends downloading the free CodeRED emergency notification app...