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Donald D. Kennedy, 83, of West Warwick, formerly Warwick, passed away at West View Nursing and Rehabilitation Center after a long illness. Born in Providence, he was the husband of Doris (Flanagan) … more
Gary Bimonte, the grandson of Frank Pepe, manned the floor of the family-owned chain restaurant's new Warwick location on Friday as they handed out free pizza to anyone who came by. He said that this is the 10th location for Frank Pepe's, a well-known more
By PEDER S. SCHAEFER When you enter the Station Fire Memorial Park in West Warwick you walk on guitar frets; the frets lead you towards stereo boxes that hold the pictures and names of those who died; the stereo boxes are arranged in circles, facing more
To the Editor: Like a bad penny, he keeps coming back. My ruminations on the mistake of using Allan Fung's name and the Rhode Island governor in the same sentence are well known to all. I've been attacked by many Republicans that my criticisms are merely more
The Coast Guard vessel looked like it meant business. Red and blue lights flashed; crew dressed in navy blue, black boots and carrying sidearms stood on the deck looking in our direction. We couldn't have doing more than five knots, certainly not enough more
In their historic and controversial decision last fall, Boy Scouts of America announced that they would be slowly allowing the integration of females into their ranks, first through the Cub Scouts this summer and then allowing girls to get on a path more
Stamping out hunger Letter carrier Vin Piscopio joined in the collection of canned and dry foods donated Saturday as part of the Letter Carriers' drive to fight hunger. The food was delivered to the central post office on Strawberry Field Road, where it more
Paying it forward Residents and staff at Sunnyview Nursing Home were in for a treat Wednesday when the self-proclaimed A Team from Brookdale West Bay showed up with tubs of frozen yogurt, lots of fresh fruit and sugary toppings. Brad Logan, a team more
By PEDER S. SCHAEFER When Mayor Scott Avedisian assumes his new job as CEO of the Rhode Island Transit Authority June 1, he wants to improve service by strengthening the connection between Rhode Island's universities, capturing more riders of choice, and more
According to a family member, yesterday afternoon Haylee, a 7-year-old student at John Wickes Elementary, underwent surgery to attempt to repair her leg, which was injured last Wednesday, May 9 around 7 p.m. when an SUV crossed the intersection of more
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