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In an Annie E. Casey Foundation study, Rhode Island ranked 31st in the nation and last out of New England states in child-well being. The Annie E. Casey Foundation released their 26th Annual Kids … more
R.I. Kitchen & Bath will hold a home remodeling seminar series with award-winning This Old House host Kevin O’Connor, the PBS Emmy-award winning series on home improvement. R.I. Kitchen & Bath is … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. LOST PURSE Officer Timothy Lipka met with a woman, who responded to Warwick Police Department Headquarters at … more
FROM BOW TO STERN: The team measures the …
Piecing together history takes getting wet, slathering on the sunscreen and a lot of detailed measurements, as a group of volunteers led by Kathy Abbass, executive director of the … more
TITANS AT HEART: Pictured from left to right are …
By KELCY DOLAN At the end of the summer, Toll Gate alumni, family and friends are invited to a multi-generational reunion at Iggy’s Boardwalk in Oakland Beach. The reunion, which has been … more
DRY STEAKS: Ron Farrell, chair of the Warwick …
Torrential downpours Wednesday night didn’t deter about 100 Warwick Democrats from turning out for a steak fry at the K of C Hall on Sandy Lane. At the event council members gave brief updates of … more
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) has awarded a contract to repair the East Avenue West Bridge, which carries traffic for Route 113 (East Avenue) over I-295 in Warwick. The work … more
William DePasquale, who has served as interim chief of staff since Mark Carruolo retired on June 20, 2014 and took the planning job in West Warwick, will be going back to the planning department. … more
EAT UP: Christian Santa Cruz, an employee at Iron …
Rhode Island Restaurant Week continues this week with four participating Warwick locations: Legal Sea Foods, Iron Works Tavern, 1149 and Elizabeth of Portofino. The 10th Annual Restaurant Week began … more
Over the next five years the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) could receive nearly $3 million in federal funding. U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse and U.S. Representatives … more
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