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Their own to keep Steve Hinger estimates it's been at least 17 years since the Rotary Club of Warwick launched what has become known as the dictionary project." Hinger read of how dictionaries were given to all third graders in a North Carolina town and" more
By WALTER D. CRADDOCK Rhode Islanders have long clamored for better service from the state agencies funded with their tax dollars. The Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles is no exception. This year the division began a series of steps to improve its more
At a gathering Tuesday at his Warwick office, Congressman Jim Langevin presented Third Class Aviation Electronics Technician Russell J. Johnson with two medals and two awards for his service in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Johnson, a native Rhode more
To the Editor: Years ago, as a social work student in the graduate program at Rhode Island College, I had a vivacious, passionate, professor by the name of Nancy Gerwirtz. Each week in Doctor Gerwirtz's class I was mesmerized by her passion and her more
DiPrete Engineering recently announced the promotion of Nicole Reilly, PE, LEED AP to Vice President, making her the firm's first female Vice President. Reilly joined DiPrete Engineering in 2006 after serving in the public sector with the Town of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The approximately 31,000 cars that traverse back and forth on Airport Road each day have a new choice to satisfy their hunger, as Palazzo's Pizza and Pub is now open for business. more
Members of the Warwick Fire Department visited the Kent County branch of the YMCA of Greater Providence as part of Fire Prevention Week, to teach children in the Y’s Owl Nursery School about their … more
To the Editor: I am disappointed that the Warwick School Committee is deciding to have a special meeting this Thursday at 7:15 in the morning. It is impossible for many parents, teachers, students and members of the public to attend a 7:15 a.m. meeting more
To the Editor: Bob Kraft is wrong in his statement approving players kneeling while the National Anthem is played. That is the wrong time and the wrong place! Colin Kaepernik, ignorant as he is, was hardly a worthy leader in protest considering his more
Medicare Open Enrollment has begun, and to help Rhode Island's 200,000 Medicare beneficiaries navigate the process, the Division of Elderly Affairs is offering free, personalized health insurance counseling through the Senior Health Insurance Program more
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