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Rain didn't stop them Ten brave souls stood in the rain Saturday to learn about the history, the ecology and what makes Mary's Creek so unique. The Warwick Wildlife and Conservation Commission's presentation included information about the use of Mary's more
Rep. Camille F.J. Vella-Wilkinson (D-Dist. 21, Warwick) has introduced legislation that seeks to prevent the diversion of municipal pension funds to the state except in an emergency or unforeseen circumstances. The bill (2017-H 6118) would provide that more
Birthday gift On April 22 the Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England with offices down the street from Arooga's Grille House & Sports Bar joined the establishment to celebrate their one-year anniversary. Arooga's staged games and giveaways including a more
Saint Elizabeth Community in East Greenwich celebrated the opening of THE GREEN HOUSE Homes at Saint Elizabeth Home Friday with a Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, followed by a luncheon and tours. This innovative model of nursing home care is a more
By JOHN HOWELL The buckeyes are back. A few fish returned as early as February to spawn but colder weather in March shut down the runs and the Buckeye Brook Coalition that keeps an eye on such things, and has done so for years, didn't see it pick up more
STOLEN PLOW Officer Manuel Pacheco was dispatched to Deirdra Court on April 28 around 9:05 p.m. for a report of a plow that had been taken from a resident's driveway. At the home he met with the reporting party, who stated that at approximately 7:30 p.m. more
In leadership program Twelve Salve Regina University sophomores, including English communications major and Toll Gate graduate Rebecca Sock of Warwick, has been selected for an innovative leadership development program run by the Pell Center. Named in more
Renowned author and researcher Sonia Nieto will serve as the undergraduate commencement speaker at RIC's 163rd commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 13, at the Dunkin' Donuts Center in Providence. The baccalaureate ceremony will begin at 9 a.m. and the more
“This is my 30th year, and for my entire career I’ve been protesting,” said Pilgrim history teacher Michael Costello as the Teachers Union picketed City Hall on Thursday afternoon. Costello, … more
By JOHN HOWELL So what are those circulator stonewalls doing in the center of the Apponaug roundabouts? Didn't anyone clue in designers that you can't see through stone and if the walls weren't there motorists would have a clear view of roundabout more
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