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By JOHN HOWELL -- Help make the Rocky Point license plate a reality by pre-registering today at RockyPointPlate.com more
By BRIAN JONES A successful, three-decade drive to save one of Warwick's most-admired but endangered landmarks will be celebrated Thursday with the first of two observances anticipating the reopening of Fair House" in historic Pawtuxet Village. With" more
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD More than 1,000 Warwick Public School students have already signed up to receive a free laptop computer for the upcoming school year at the Chromebook Carnival this Saturday from 8:30 to 3:30 at the Gorton Administration Building more
By JOHN HOWELL This marks the 30th year since Christine Morton initiated the idea of an Oakland Beach Easter Egg hunt. In some ways the hunt has come a long way in three decades, yet in others it has hardly changed. The first hunt sponsored by the more
By JOHN HOWELL Nancy Croce is a trendsetter although she doesn't think of herself that way. It was many years ago while she was working in an accounting office for the City of Providence, a job she had held for 16 years, when a male fellow employee with more
Lenita Laroche accomplished what few other Warwick students have done when she left Pilgrim High School Friday - she hadn't missed a day of school since entering kindergarten. Based on a school year of 180 days, that's 2,340 days without missing school. more
By TESSA ROY The Rhode Island American Civil Liberties Union released a report last week raising what it considered to be red flags about privacy regarding school-issued devices for students. The report, entitled High School Non-Confidential: How" more
Bob Waring has a perfect view of Narragansett Parkway near Salter Grove. In fact, he looks at it just about every morning while enjoying a cup of coffee. “I’m seeing hundreds jog by the house … more
Conditions couldn’t have been better for the 30th annual Easter egg hunt sponsored Saturday by the Oakland Beach Association. Budget for the event where two groups of kids based on their ages … more
Cox Communications is seeking to hook some Cranston families up with low-cost high-speed Internet if they qualify through its Connect2Compete initiative. Cox Public Relations Manager Jeff Lavery spoke about the requirements and benefits of the program. more
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