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By THOMAS GREENBERG Twenty-six percent of Rhode Island's children live with immigrant families, according to Kids Count RI's annual factbook on the status of Rhode Island's 208,640 children/students under the age of 18. Their annual breakfast at the more
Birders throughout New England are eagerly pulling out their binoculars, hitting the trails and keeping daily records of what birds they spot. Why all the excitement? This is peak time for spring migration in New England and those brightly colored more
Rhode Island is the 10th greenest state in the nation, according to the “2018’s Greenest States” report released by financial and data analysis company WalletHub on Tuesday. The study … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- We've all seen them, but what exactly is the story behind these signs on RI highways? more
To the Editor: I want to thank all the people who made the 2018 Wall of Honor ceremony, once again, an unqualified success. First, to Allen Britt" Gammons and Berkshire Hathaway Gammons Realty for their continuing sponsorship and unwavering support. To" more
To the Editor: As one of the founders of the Warwick Boys and Girls Club, I was sorry to have missed this wonderfully attended April 7 celebration held at the Warwick Country Club. Two of the most beautiful human beings, current executive director Lara more
Coming down, going up The Comfort Inn sign came down Tuesday and the Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott went up as renovations continued to the hotel expected to open on May 1. The property is operated by Cranston-based TPG Hotel & Resorts with over 60 more
By JOHN HOWELL There's a lot to be said for Ireland in the summer. At least that's what Norwegian Air has discovered after initiating flights to Belfast, Cork, Dublin and Shannon. The downside is that Ireland hasn't become a winter getaway and, in more
The Rhode Island Foundation is inviting Warwick residents to share their thoughts about the issues that are important to them at a community dinner April 23. The get-together is at the heart … more
The art of spring break The Warwick Center for the Arts in Apponaug was a lively place Wednesday as youth art classes were held in the ground level of the former Kentish Armory while upstairs Patti Martucci held her intuitive painting group that explores more
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