The Town of Cumberland was one of five Rhode Island towns received from Massachusetts by Royal Decree. It is the 9th largest in population of Rhode Island's 39 cities and towns. The town was known as Attleboro Gore until 1746, when it was incorporated in Rhode Island as the Town of Cumberland, named in honor of William, the Duke of Cumberland. The town has a long industrial history. Early industry was centered around the abundant water power of the Blackstone and Abbott Run River and the mining of iron and copper.
Arnold Mills July 4th Parade
An annual road race, parade and concert which has been held since 1927. Includes schedule and driving directions.
Cumberland Public Library
Features new books, library services.
Mercymount Country Day School
A private Catholic elementary and middle school. Find info about the school's philosophy. Owned and operated by the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas.
Northeast Orthodontic Specialists
Orthodontics practice. Profile and procedure information.
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Town of Cumberland
Official site, providing town government and services information.
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