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The American Cancer Society's Relay For Life, a movement that unites all those who have been affected by cancer, invites all Rhode Islanders to participate in a simple, moving tribute that will celebrate cancer survivors, remember those lost and provide more
The days before Thanksgiving kick off the busiest time of year to travel. Anticipating the increased holiday traffic, the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) has prepared for increased passenger levels at T.F. Green Airport through Sunday, November more
On April 11, 1840, a severe rainstorm that lasted two days hit Johnston. Water behind the then upper Simmonsville dam rose, and on the morning of the 13th, the dike gave way. A wall of water 11 feet high rushed downstream, collapsing another dam and more
Councilmen elect Timothy Howe and Jeremy Rix, Wards 3 and 2 respectively, won't assume their position until January, but they got a glimpse of what their jobs will entail at Monday night's City Council meeting. Howe picked up from more
JEWELRY HEIST According to a Warwick Police Department Facebook post on November 22, officers are seeking the public's assistance in identifying a suspected jewelry thief. According to their post, on November 18 sometime between 10 and 10:30 a.m., a more
Thanks to the actions of an off-duty West Warwick firefighter, a pug dog was rescued from the home at 436 Sandy Lane Tuesday at 4:46 p.m. According to Warwick Battalion Chief Robert Bubar, the off-duty firefighters spotted flames in the more
In the wake of the presidential election, some Warwick residents feel slighted by the xenophobic, racist and downright rude behavior stemming from President-elect Donald Trump's campaign. They have created Resist Hate RI, a grassroots more
One college student is making an effort to help Warwick children learn to enjoy healthier food choices. Rachel Hobbs, a senior at the University of Rhode Island from Billerica, Massachusetts, spent time at Wyman School as part of her more
In a ceremony filled with pageantry, the largest class of firefighter recruits in the city's history took the oath of office Tuesday night before the packed grand ballroom of the Crowne Plaza. The class of 24 recruits gives the department more
After more than 40 years of counter-clockwise traffic around the core of Apponaug Village, two-way travel was restored to Veterans Memorial Drive and its extension Tuesday, but don't count on a GPS knowing. While there were delays, more
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