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Looking for a summer program for your kids - or, at least a few ideas to get the kids out of the house for awhile? North Kingstown Patch has the answer - we've already collected information on 11 overnight and seven daytime camps around the North Kingstown area , including their websites and phone numbers to see whether there's still space in their ... (more)
7 hrs ago | The Providence Journal
City Park Beach in Warwick has reopened to swimming because bacteria counts in the water have returned to normal levels, the R.I. Department of Health announced Tuesday.
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In a 5-0 vote Monday night, the Town Council approved a six-month moratorium on all wind turbines while a more-permanent ordinance is drafted, recommended by the town's Planning Board .
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The Rhode Island Department of Health has confirmed two additional deaths linked to Acetanilide, n-1-Phenethyl-4-Piperidyl - also known as acetyl fentanyl -an illegal synthetic opiate with properties similar to morphine.
James L. Wynne III, 70, of North Kingstown, passed away peacefully on June 13, 2013 surrounded by his loving family.
They'll Never Find Me in the Boys' Room Speaking of double trouble, one Providence woman is in a bit of trouble after she fled from one car accident, only to end up in another accident .
The town beach in North Kingstown has been closed again to swimming because of high bacteria counts in the water.
Assembly OKs creation of task force to foster, promote arts, culture Acknowledging that the arts are a powerful economic engine that can contribute to the state's fiscal health, the General Assembly has approved a joint resolution to create a "State of the Arts" Planning Task Force to foster and promote the arts and culture in Rhode Island.
Yard sales: If you want to see yard sales in the North Kingstown area today, click here .
Three Rhode Island beaches have been reopened to swimmers after they were temporarily closed because of high bacteria counts.
A group of National Guard soldiers is set to return to Rhode Island from Afghanistan after a 10-month deployment.
Kent County - and all of Rhode Island, actually - was spared a significant outbreak of West Nile Virus last summer.
Paulinka deRochemont of West Greenwich has been teaching violin to Jacqueline Soscia, 16, of North Kingstown, since Jacqueline was 3 years old.
Stanley Weiss, the developer who has committed to buying the Wickford Elementary School building on Phillips Street, said his plan to turn it into a hotel-conference center will be an "economic generator" for Wickford businesses.