OLNEYVILLE, R.I. — Cindy Holt is a master beekeeper, the first woman to earn the title in Rhode Island, and runs Little Rhody Beekeeping, a service that helps farms, bee lovers, and even corporations wrangle their apiary friends.
WEST KINGSTON, R.I. — Before Rhode Island’s first utility-scale battery-storage facility can be built, it must be decided whether the state or town has ultimate say over the project.
WATCH HILL, R.I. — More than 100 people recently crowded into the Chaplin B. Barnes Reading Room at One Bay Street Center to hear Bryan Oakley and Teresa Crean speak about the impact of sea-level rise and storm surge.
WARREN, R.I. — An innovative program has five Rhode Island communities talking about and taking action on climate change.
COVENTRY, R.I. — A Rhode Island Superior Court judge recently validated the town’s denial of a ground-mounted solar-energy project off Route 117 and Carr’s Trail.