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No lifeguards As a result of scheduling issues and the fact that many city lifeguards are preparing to return to college, lifeguard coverage at Conimicut Point and City Park beaches has ended for the season. Lifeguards will remain on duty at Oakland more
* * * * (Delightful Disney family film) Disney’s delightful remake of the 1977 cartoon feature is done in live action this time around, and it is a family film not to be missed. Oaks … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. STEEL PLATES STOLEN On Aug. 6, Sergeant Andy Sullivan learned of a larceny of steel plates from an address on Elm Street in Warwick. Officer Dan Maggiacomo informed him the more
Pilgrim High School, Class of 1966, is having its 50th reunion Aug. 27 at 5 p.m. at Iggy’s Boardwalk in Oakland Beach. Contact Jane Headley at janeheadley@verizon.net for more information and … more
Retired Col. Gary West served in the Air Force for 27 years and was lucky enough to return home after all three of his combat tours and more than 130 combat missions. Now, he wants to do his part in giving back to those families who may more
Director Ed Shea feels that the world - or at least his audiences - needs more laughter. This summer and on into the fall season, he is providing them at his Warren theatre. Neil Simon's dated, corny but hilarious The" more
Now is the time to bottom fish in the mid or lower Narragansett Bay area or along the coastal shore. The water is too warm in upper Narragansett Bay. Most of bait and fish have moved or come into the mid and lower bay. Areas around Aquidneck Island, the more
My brother was born with Rubella Syndrome; deaf, blind, developmentally delayed and with a large, open cleft palate, the effect of my pregnant mom coming into contact with someone who had German Measles. (Note to parents who are anti-vaccination.) The more
The Pawtucket Arts Festival announces plans for its 18th annual celebration of the arts and creative enterprise in the Blackstone River Valley, with a month-long schedule devoted to the fine and popular arts, as well as family-friendly creative events, more
The Rhode Island Foundation is celebrating its 100th anniversary by inviting the public to a free concert by the Rhode Island Philharmonic at the Temple to Music in Roger Williams Park on Thursday, Aug. 18, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Community is at the" more
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