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Trash talk: Questions abound at Q & A on contract with Waste Management in...

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NORTH SMITHFIELD – Residents had more than a few questions for public works and waste officials about a new trash collection service coming to town July 1, with a crowd of more than 80...

New school athletic facilities mean changes for 2024 Pumpkin Festival

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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...

Senate passes de la Cruz bill on Hospital Pricing Transparency

STATE HOUSE — The state Senate passed legislation introduced by Minority Leader Sen. Jessica de la Cruz, a Republican representing District 23 in North Smithfield, Burrillville and Glocester, that would provide a procedure requiring...

Chepachet Grange recognizes northern RI volunteers with community service awards

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GLOCESTER – Volunteers and local professionals who go above and beyond the call of duty for their communities were recently recognized at the Chepachet Grange #38's Community Service Recognition Night. The annual awards ceremony honors...

Committee approves three year contract with raises for N.S. teachers

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NORTH SMITHFIELD – The North Smithfield School Committee has unanimously approved a contract with the teachers' union that will come with increases in longevity pay, as well as raises over the next three years....

Food trucks, trash answers & E-waste: Seven things to know in North Smithfield this...

New recruits The North Smithfield swore in two new hires swear at a ceremony at Town Hall on Friday, May 24, Patrolmen Jarod Tavares of Cumberland and Patrolmen Aaron Catarina of Millville, Mass. The ceremony...

Newberry announces run for re-election

NORTH SMITHFIELD –  Former House Minority Leader and state Rep. Brian Newberry, a Republican representing District 48 in North Smithfield and Burrillville, has announced his intention to run for re-election to his current seat. Newberry said...