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To celebrate the theatrical release of Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War, kids are invited to a special superhero event in all JCPenney stores this Saturday, April 28. Kids are encouraged to attend dressed as their favorite superhero to create an Infinity" more
To the Editor: As a Rhode Islander, it is sometimes easy to be discouraged when you look at the state of politics and the amount of people who say one thing, but do another in our representative bodies and the government as a whole. The dread of when, more
On Monday, May 7, the SNYPP Clinic will be neutering and vaccinating 25 cats for a cost to clients of $25. SNYPP welcomes pet owners from all Rhode Island communities to participate. This event is intended to help people in need of financial assistance. more
To the Editor:The cover photo on the April 2 issue of Time magazine shows five of the “survivors” from the Parkland, Florida high school. Their facial expressions run from dour to angry. … more
Keeping count Shawn Edwards of Cranston, a URI senior enrolled in wildlife natural resource science studies, is one of a score of volunteers keeping a count of alewives and herring (Buckeyes) making the annual spawning run in Buckeye Brook to Warwick more
By KAREN KALUNIAN -- In a sea of purple, more than 650 people came together Friday evening at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick to pay tribute to her at the first annual Gianna Cirella Memorial Gala. more
Mayor Scott Avedisian, who has been mayor in Warwick since 2000, might officially be leaving office pending a vote by the RIPTA board, sources have confirmed. more
Always a winner For a second consecutive year, Arthur Simmoni was a raffle winner at the April 14 Spring Fling hosted by the Conimicut Village Association at St. Benedict Church hall. Association president Ginny Barham reported the event, attended by more
By HERB WEISS ks an important demographic turning point in U.S. history according to the U.S. Census Bureau's 2017 National Population Projections, released last month. By 2030, older people are projected to outnumber children. In the next twenty years, more
By JOHN HOWELL Warwick Democrats were congratulated for holding the line on city tax increases and told they can't wait until 2020 if they're going to make changes in Washington by Governor Gina Raimondo Wednesday night. Raimondo was the guest speaker at more
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