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By JOHN HOWELL The Buttonwoods Community Center senior activities have relocated or closed down in keeping with the mayor's plan to sell the former elementary school, but Ward 7 Councilman Steve McAllister holds out hope that the facility can carry on. more
By ISABELLA ZAINYEH There will be a little bit of Hogwarts in every part of the Warwick Public Library on Saturday, March 25. A Hogwarts Open House" will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. Library staff encourage Harry Potter fans of all ages to come and" more
By JOHN HOWELL Mayor Scott Avedisian was on his cell phone. The snow had changed to rain that ticked heavily on the windshield as the wipers flicked back and forth. DPW director and chief of staff David Picozzi was at the wheel. He was stopped in front more
Kay E. Loring, 74, died Monday, February 6, 2017 at the Philip Hulitar Hospice Center in Providence. For 53 years she was the beloved wife of Richard W. Loring. Born in Leominster, MA, a daughter … more
Knot tying is something that really has to be learned hands on, but choosing the right type of rope to buy is also important knowledge. Yes, I said rope. You buy rope, but when you put it on a boat it is called line. Almost all rope in use today are more
The New England Saltwater Fishing Show was a big success this weekend. Steve Medeiros, president of the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association (www.risaa.org), said, We had a line of 600 people waiting to get in Friday that" more
Quahog Week, which made its debut last year, returns March 20 through March 25. The weeklong celebration highlights the importance of Rhode Island’s wild harvest shellfish to the state’s history, … more
Samuel H. Moore, 84, died Saturday, March 11, 2017. He was the beloved husband, for 50 years, of Tina (Pellegrino) Moore. Born in McNairy County, Tennessee, a son of the late George W. and … more
Since the administration of our 33rd President Harry S. Truman, presidents have tried to address or avoid the question of providing health care for our citizens. The debate on whether a benevolent society should provide a minimum standard of care for more
To the Editor: Many years ago, the Nixon Administration was fond of stating, “Watch what we say, not what we do.” From my perspective, it seems that RI’s Senior Senator is taking the same … more
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