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Cadets and senior officers from the Civil Air Patrol - Rhode Island Wing gathered July 7 to take part in an American flag retirement ceremony held at the West Bay Composite Squadron Headquarters, located at the West Warwick more
Need tender care? Just don't go anywhere! Brentwood is the place where they treat you with grace. They have angels to hand out your pills And to take care of your ills. Three times a day, There is a luscious food tray And at the end of each day, They more
To help women overcome side effects of cancer treatment, Look Good Feel Betterr, a free national public service program for women who are undergoing cancer treatment, is being offered from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, July 26 at Kent Hospital's Breast Health more
To help address the opioid epidemic in New England, Alkermes will host an educational event featuring Arturo Taca, M.D., a renowned addiction specialist, in Warwick on July 20. The live event will offer an opportunity to hear about addiction and the more
Rep. Eileen Naughton (Dist. 21) is encouraging citizens with disabilities and their families to attend a forum hosted by the Governor's Commission on Disabilities and a variety of other organizations at the Warwick Public Library. The forum, hosted by more
To the Editor: I take issue with the premise of Christopher Curran on his commentary of Hillary Clinton that she is essentially a liar and cannot be trusted. Ever since the Clintons entered the political scene when Bill Clinton became governor of more
U.S. Senator Jack Reed has announced $986,705 in federal grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to assist 10 Rhode Island communities, including the Warwick Housing Authority, in deploying local strategies to empower more
It's all connected Warwick resident and home developer Hugh Fisher points to land bordering Rocky Point Avenue that he intends to give to the city creating a greenway to Meadowview Avenue. In total, Fisher would be giving 109 lots that make up 18 acres. more
They looked like strawberries dotted across the white kitchen tile floor, only they weren't. It was quarter-sized drops of blood. Carol had already identified the source and quarantined Ollie in his travel crate. He wore that I've done something bad"" more
School Superintendent Philip Thornton expects the department will be in court this summer to argue it should have the ability to lay off more than 20 teachers because of declining enrollment and school consolidation. But that's not the way more
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