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WARWICK’S FINEST: Rhode Island State Fire …
At Warwick City Hall yesterday, Sgt. Allen Valliere and Officer Dale Drowne of the Warwick Police Department were recognized for the role they played in the investigation following the bombings at … more
BOARD MEMBERS: Touro Fraternal Association …
Robert D. Miller has retired as chairman of the board of Touro Fraternal Association, the largest independent Jewish fraternal order in New England. Jed R. Brandes is his successor. Miller, who … more
Sargent Rehabilitation Center will hold its 23rd annual benefit golf tournament on Monday, July 29, at Quidnessett Country Club in North Kingstown. Platinum sponsors for this year ’s tournament are … more
There is an Art Camp for children ages 6-12 through August 16 on weekdays from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Creative kids crave summer stimulation, and that’s what they’ll get with art workshops like Make a … more
The Christian owners of Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., an Oklahoma-based arts and crafts chain with a location at 945 Bald Hill Road, are rejoicing because a federal judge in Oklahoma City recently granted the company a preliminary injunction against the HHS abortion-drug Mandate. more
This Saturday, Silver Spoon Bakery & Cafe will host a fundraiser with all proceeds donated to the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk and the Ovarian Cancer Brigade. Guests will enjoy cocktails, … more
Zito earns honors at Clarkson Christopher A. Zito, computer engineering major, was named to the Clarkson University dean’s list for the spring 2013 semester. Malakorn in Skidmore honor … more
WORKING HARD: Alex Mayer, a cyclist who has …
Rhode Island cancer patients may have the opportunity to receive more comprehensive cancer treatment thanks to local bike riders. In 2008, Jacob and Dani Brier founded LIFEcycle, Inc., an … more
TENDING THE TOMATOES: Westbay Community Action …
Barton Farm, the former dairy on Centerville Road that the city acquired as open space, continues to feed people; only now it’s produce, not milk, that has been leaving the property. Under a … more
Anita Lupoli, left, accepts her first place winnings from the Pilgrim High-Low Jack Card League’s season championships on July 16 during a league banquet at Governor Francis Inn. Last season’s … more
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