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Sunday cartoon: Kids in hot cars prevention

BURRILLVILLE – With the forecasts calling for extreme temperatures over the next week, it’s very important to remind kids and families about the importance of vehicle safety. Never, ever, leave a child alone in a hot car. The extreme heat is dangerous for any child and could cause irreversible injuries and even death. This would also apply to pets...

Property sales in Burrillville between June 4 & June 13

The following is a list of property sales recorded in the Burrillville Town Clerk’s office between Tuesday, June 4 and Thursday, June 13. 233 Whipple Road Seller: Jason & Marylin Gaudreau Buyer: Camila Woel Price: $283,000 98-100 Steere Farm Road Seller: Terrence Whalen (executor) Buyer: Driveru's Auto Cleaning, LLC Price: $290,000 235 Mount Pleasant Road Seller: Fannie Mae Buyer: Christopher Langevin Price: $445,000 605 Snake Hill Road Seller: Paul &...

Property sales in North Smithfield between May 29 & June 10

The following is a list of property sales recorded in the North Smithfield Town Clerk’s office between Wednesday, May 29 and Monday, June 10. 1 Tupperware Drive, Unit 102 Seller: Catherine Belisle (trustee) Buyer: Tiffany Vuong Price: $305,000 106 Bellevue Ave. Seller: Kevin Hazebrouck Buyer: Joseph Bueno Price: $500,000 170 Providence Pike, Unit 49 Seller: Michael & Donna Scalzi Buyer: Arthur Montminy Price: $529,900 501 Great Road, Unit 105 Seller: Yusef...

Sunday cartoon: Kids baseball injury prevention

BURRILLVILLE – Warmer temperatures and sunny days allow children to become more active when it comes to outdoor activities and playing sports this time of year. School will be ending soon and summer vacation season will be underway across the state and region. I see plenty of kids playing baseball in open fields and empty parking lots while I’m...

A 65 year tradition on hold: Burrillville fire company cancels 2024 Field Day & Muster

BURRILLVILLE – For more the six decades, the Oakland Mapleville Fire Department's annual Field Day & Muster has brought together local families for food, fun and a little friendly competition on Labor Day weekend. But changes to the landscape, from the literal construction of new houses, to concerns about traffic, parking and the escalating food costs, have led to...

Property sales in Glocester between May 17 & June 4

The following is a list of property sales recorded in the Glocester Town Clerk’s office between Friday, May 17 and Tuesday, June 4. 12 Dawson St. Seller: Paul Schofield & Rhonda Raimbeault Buyer: Blue Whale Properties, LLC Price: $175,000 242 Putnam Pike Seller: The Bank of New York (trustee) Buyer: Joseph Lacroix Price: $154,875 396 Lake Washington Drive Seller: John Lavin & Jane Piotrowski Buyer: Charles Pettingill &...

New school athletic facilities mean changes for 2024 Pumpkin Festival

NORTH SMITHFIELD – Updates to the North Smithfield High School and Middle School athletic facilities over the past year are likely to necessitate changes in 2024 to the layout of a popular annual event that takes place on the fields and open space that make up school grounds. Chairperson Elizabeth Featherston said that the Great Annual Pumpkin Festival will...