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Westerly Community Credit Union showed support for local athletes, sports programs and schools as they donated 100 percent of the proceeds from the 35th annual... [Read More]
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Coldwell Banker Coastal Homes has announced that Mike Lamb and Richard J. Walker, both of Westerly, have joined the firm as full-time independent sales associates... [Read More]
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HIGH HONORS WITH DISTINCTION... [Read More]
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The band didn't waste any time getting warmed up and neither did the crowd. [Read More]
Westerly High's Rhys Johnstone finished first in the 100-yard backstroke at the Division I boys swimming championship meet on Sunday at Roger Williams University. [Read More]
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Winter Storm Warnings have been posted for parts of our area. This means that there is now the potential for 6" of snow in... [Read More]
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When Westerly High's Helena Hall-Thomsen passed three runners on the final lap of the 4x200 relay early in Saturday's state indoor track championships, she had... [Read More]
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With the recent completion of a $5 million upgrade, Westerly Hospital's cardiac catheterization laboratory is outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment and fully connected to the Yale... [Read More]
Year-to-date allocations of Rhode Island hotel taxes in fiscal 2019 were running 2 percent higher through October in Westerly, according to final figures released Thursday... [Read More]
Two school records were broken, and a lot of personal records were set by the Westerly High girls swim team on Saturday at the Division... [Read More]
The Westerly Wastewater Treatment Facility has received a 2018 Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Excellence Award from the federal Environmental Protection Agency. The facility was one... [Read More]
Residents of the most westerly town in Cornwall say they will fight proposals to ban a hunt from taking part in their annual Feast Day... [Read More]
Quilter Ellie Coffey has mapped out a colorful way to highlight Westerly's 350th anniversary and support the Westerly Library at the same time. [Read More]
People in the community give police an advantage in fighting crime, Chief of Police Shawn Lacey told members of the Ocean Community Chamber of Commerce... [Read More]
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I was disturbed to read the article about removing the street trees on W. Broad St. in Pawcatuck (Westerly Sun, Feb. 14, 2019). Understandably, merchanats... [Read More]
Two rods, 26 screws and two clamps. [Read More]
As officials, students, parents, other residents and taxpayers await a decision from the state Department of Education on a proposed $71.4 million school building project,... [Read More]
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