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For 50 local veterans and families, the holidays got a nice boost this year courtesy of the hard-working staff and members of Wave Federal Credit Union. Working with West Bay Community Action and RI Veterans, Wave raised and delivered donations of 3 more
Robert S. Hull, Director of the Rhode Island Department of Revenue, announced Monday the appointment of Neena S. Savage to serve as Rhode Island Tax Administrator, overseeing the Rhode Island Division of Taxation. Making government work better for" more
A New Year's Day tradition Mike Daniels, a member of the running club Tuesday Night Turtles, cheers on runners in the Buttonwoods 5K held on New Year's Day at City Park. Turtles president Bob Jackman and the club organized the race. (Warwick Beacon more
The article titled “30 minute CPR protocol raises issues” published in several of your publications on December 28 provides the reader with inaccurate and incomplete information. Contrary … more
By ATTORNEY GENERAL PETER F. KILMARTIN 2017 will mark change for our nation as a new president is sworn into office. With any new administration, there is always change in leadership at critical federal agencies, and with it, the chance for significant more
To the Editor: In continuing to keep the residents of Ward 7 updated on an expansion proposal by the owners of the Shell station on the corner of Main Avenue and Greenwich Avenue, I wanted to share the latest developments. In October, the owners of the more
The sky was brightening. It was the first day of the New Year and we had already been to Green Airport to drop off my daughter Diana and her daughter, Natalie, to catch a 7 a.m. flight to Chicago, where they would connect with another flight to Jackson, more
To the Editor: Patients suffering from opioid addiction do not start out as drug seekers. Often they were prescribed a painkiller for a physical injury which, over time, lost its efficacy. They turn to street drugs which are cheaper and easier to get in more
Lights in the storm At times Saturday night there was near whiteout conditions as fast falling, wind-driven snow blanketed the city. But the power stayed on and as can be seen in this shot of George Donovan Park in Conimicut Village, the storm more
The Roger Williams University Center for Economic and Environmental Development is now enrolling students for Applied Shellfish Farming, a non-credit course offered during the winter/spring semester that teaches both aspiring shellfish farmers and more
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