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As the state and the region grapple with the opioid overdose crisis, an instructor at the Community College of Rhode Island is looking at the potential of massage therapy as a critical early intervention resource. Massage as part of a holistic approach more
Hands-on learning There's been no lack of interest since Toll Gate boosted classes in robotics, says technology/education department chair Dennis Dubee. Dubee credits the administration with coming through with about $25,000 for materials to get the more
The following Toll Gate students have earned honors for the first quarter: Grade 9 High Honors: Lhord Aguilar, Rawan Al Tekreeti, Diana Alarcon, Elijah Alcantara, Natalie Aloisio, Sabrina Alves, Sophie Amore, Robert Andrade, Antonia Andreason, more
A `winning' program Bishop Hendricken High School's leadership recently joined Mike Dacey, MD, president & COO Kent Hospital; Ellen Healy, MA-LMHC; Kim McDonough, RN; Dawn Sheehan, RN, and Candace Dyer, MD, and physician director of the Breast Health more
The St. Gregory the Great Knights of Columbus is sponsoring a Taste of Italy on Saturday, January 28 at 6 p.m. in the Church Hall. This is not your typical pasta dinner. Chef Domenic Rozzero, a parishioner and K of C member, has put together an authentic more
By JOHN HOWELL One point of the city's new phone system is to streamline calls so that instead of dialing 738-2000 and then an extension to reach a department, you can dial the department directly. But that hasn't always happened since the city more
By JOHN HOWELL The former Elaine Yates was back in Warwick Wednesday to face a charge from Oct. 14, 1988 that she had abducted her two daughters. Yates' apprehension in Texas on Monday was a long awaited break for Russell Yates, who for more than three more
MALICIOUS DAMAGE On January 15 around 11 a.m., Officer James Vible responded to Alexander Uniform on Lambert Lind Highway for a report of vandalism to the main glass door of the business. When he arrived on scene, the officer observed two large smashed more
Boosting St. Rita's drive Walter Hartley, police civilian and Joseph Shalvey and Scott Small of the city Department of Public Works collected donations last week from city bins for the annual St. Rita's Church Christmas food and toy drive. The donations more
By JOHN HOWELL Janine Burke-Wells has been smoking out some foul odors. The executive director of the Warwick Sewer Authority was on Haven Street Wednesday morning with a crew that was literally blowing smoke into city sewer lines. It is all part of an more
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