November 23, 2014
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WIRED FOR CHRISTMAS: With wires – more than three miles of them – strung across his yard like spaghetti, Frank Picozzi is ready to debut his Christmas show next week. Below he holds a row of the programmable LED lights that will make the show brighter than years past.
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A Roman Catholic priest formerly assigned to parishes in Cranston, Warwick and Providence has been indicted on five counts of … more
Warwick Public Schools ended fiscal year 2014 with a total budget surplus of $1,922,628, which is higher than the initially … more
The City Council didn’t tangle with Bob Healey Monday night, although it’s doubtful the presence of the Moderate Party … more
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Pilgrim High School Resource Officer Dennis Amerantes received a prestigious honor when he was awarded earlier this fall by the Rhode Island State Elks Association with the Enrique S. Camarena Drug … more
If past presentations are any indication, Saturday’s annual St. Barnabas Church Holiday Bazaar may be the best ever. One reason is that many of the Episcopal parish’s younger members came … more
Thanksgiving is nearly upon us. It’s a time of year to gather and celebrate with friends and family and to be thankful for what we have. However, not everyone is fortunate enough … more
At a recent meeting hosted by U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, University of Rhode Island President David Dooley and Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) Director General Gellwynn … more
Funds raised by this year’s CVS Health Downtown 5k – the 25th anniversary of the popular road race – were recently awarded to area schools and non-profit organizations at a special dinner held … Read More
Local teen author at Barnes & Noble Sunday
Barnes & Noble Warwick will host local Rhode Island teen author Sean Fay Wolfe for a book signing for his book, Quest for Justice: A Minecraft Novel - Book One of the Elementia Chronicles Sunday, … Read More
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