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WOONSOCKET — With an updated look unlike any of its Rhode Island kin, Dunkin’ Donuts on Wednesday launched a new location at 246 South Main St., welcoming a stream of customers that was surprisingly steady, despite the unannounced “soft opening.”

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NORTH SMITHFIELD — The Town Council’s attempt on Monday to support police officers across the country following Nike Corp.’s endorsement of Colin Kaepernick as a spokesman, will be undone next week after Council President John Beauregard pushed the rewind button on his resolution asking town…

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MILLVILLE — Police and Fire Chief Ronald Landry says his decision to lay off one of the town’s two full-time firefighters will not have a detrimental affect on the Fire Department or the safety of town residents and that there will be no change in the way ambulance and emergency medical serv…

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CUMBERLAND — The military transformation of Diamond Hill Park was complete on Friday and the large gathering of veterans and volunteers on hand helped kicked off the 26th annual edition of Operation Stand Down Rhode Island.

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WOONSOCKET — Area students are getting a shout- out from Cheryl and Richard Savaria to show off their dodgeball talents when the 40th edition of the city’s annual Autumnfest festival rolls into World War II Veterans Memorial Park on Columbus Day Weekend.

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WOONSOCKET — An amendment to the Zoning Ordinance that opens the door to indoor cultivation of medical marijuana on a commercial scale is officially in the pipeline.

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WOONSOCKET — Feeling strong? Feeling quick when comes to the start of physical competition? Then you are probably a potentially great competitor for the Autumnfest Mega War face-off at World War II Veterans Memorial Park Columbus Day Weekend.

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UXBRIDGE — A formal swearing-in ceremony for Uxbridge’s new police chief is scheduled to be held Wednesday.

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WOONSOCKET — Nearly two years after the Tai-O group won the bid for the old Woonsocket Middle School, the City Council Tuesday unanimously approved an agreement to sell the building to the Central Falls-based developer for $470,000.

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WOONSOCKET — As the first day of work to rule by members of the Woonsocket Teacher Guild took hold in local schools on Tuesday, the status of stalled negotiations between the teachers’ union and the city also gained the attention of the City Council during its regular meeting in historic Har…

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WOONSOCKET – Pawtucket resident Erik Berrio has dropped 40 pounds since April as he's been preparing his body for a grueling 101-mile bicycle ride from Boston to Newport in an effort to raise funds and awareness for autism research.

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WOONSOCKET — Members of the Woonsocket Teachers Guild are set to protest their return to classes without a contract by observing work-to-rule guidelines that call for them to shun all volunteer duties before and after normal working hours.

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WOONSOCKET — Returning to school without a contract for the first time in decades Monday, the Woonsocket Teachers Guild has declared an impasse in collective bargaining, ending talks that began five months ago.

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CUMBERLAND — Lucille Mandeville Benoit’s first trips to a dairy farm in Glocester, over 30 years ago, started out as a quest to find the freshest, most natural milk she could for her family, but somewhere along the line, they turned into a love affair with cows.

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WOONSOCKET — The City Council voted 4-2 Thursday to hire the North Scituate law firm Gorham & Gorham to take legal action against RISE Prep Mayoral Academy in attempts to prevent the facility from relocating to 30 Cumberland St. – a move councilors say would represent a violation of the …

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NORTH SMITHFIELD — The new school year is about to open at the high school on Aug. 30 and along with it a group of new career-based programs for both local and out of district students.