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On Saturday, June 9, nearly 500 Aspen Dental practices will open their doors to provide free care exclusively to as many as 5,000 veterans. As of May 1, local veterans can call 1-844-277-3646 to schedule an appointment at a participating office. more
By the numbers The addition of numerals to columns at the arrival level of the Green Airport terminal has facilitated the pickup of arrivals and eased congestion. The Rhode Island Airport Corporation has also posted signs that those picking up arrivals more
Dr. Thalia Wood of Toll Gate High School has been nominated for the Harris History Teacher Award by Marie Parys, administrator of the National History Day Program in Rhode Island. The Harris History Teacher of the Year award is sponsored by James F. more
The 6th annual Rocky Point 5K Run & Walk will take place Saturday, May 19 in Warwick Neck. The 5K kicks off at 10 a.m. It is run by the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce with proceeds benefiting local non-profit organizations. This year's more
Art takes center stage HONORABLE MENTION: Pilgrim High student Kashton Fielding's photograph of a partially demolished home in Oakland Beach won him honorable mention in the 18th annual Congressional Art Competition sponsored by Congressman James more
Celebrating history About 200 students from 25 schools across the state competed in National History Day April 28th at Rhode Island College. The theme of this year's competition is Conflict and Compromise in History." State winners will be eligible to" more
By PAM SCHIFF Frank Pepe's Pizzeria based out of New Haven, Conn. will open their 10th store on Universal Boulevard in Warwick on May 14. Gary Bimonte, owner of Pepe's has been dealing with permits, construction, and most importantly, getting his 14x14 more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Ward 7 Councilman Stephen McAllister visited the Warwick Rotary Club during their weekly meeting Thursday, but not primarily as a representative of the City Council. Instead, McAllister provided an insider's perspective on commerce more
By JOHN HOWELL Charles Fogarty, director of the Division of Elderly Affairs, told the story of a Pawtucket senior who visited that city's senior center when it came time to renew his health care program. The man had been paying $47 a month for his more
STOLEN FOOD On April 22 at approximately 8:04 p.m., Officer Christopher Gillis was dispatched to the Meadowbrook Shopping Center for a report of a shoplifting from Stop & Shop. While en route to the store dispatch advised that security had an adult woman more
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