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Mayor Scott Avedisian recently joined the management and staff of Liberty Title and Escrow for a ribbon cutting and open house to celebrate their relocation to a 105,118-square-foot facility at 275 … more
For 10 years, playwrights from Bishop Hendricken High School have been featured in the school’s New Artist Play Festival. Once again this year, Bay View Academy Upper School students joined in to … more
Lindsey Callahan, a graduate of Warwick Vets and a freshman at RIC majoring in Political Science, is currently interning with Warwick Rep. K. Joseph Shekarchi. The daughter of Dennis and Joyce … more
KEEPING THE MEMORY: On Friday afternoon, …
On Friday afternoon, a crowd gathered in front of Wyman Elementary School to honor former Principal Judith Daniel, who passed away in March 2013, with the planting of an apple tree in front of the … more
OVEN READY: Brian Johnson of Pilgrim prepares to …
First level students in the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center culinary program will keep tradition alive when they host a public May breakfast this Friday from 6:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the … more
CAMPAIGNING: Nellie Gorbea, Democratic candidate …
“To tackle the mistrust people have in government, you need to put into office trustful leaders. Government needs to be transparent because you are supposed to be working for the people. I want to … more
From now until early October, Girl Scouts of Rhode Island, Inc. (GSRI) will host registration events in communities across Rhode Island, southeastern Massachusetts and Pawcatuck, Conn. Parents or … more
City officials are in agreement that residents need more information on changes in the flood insurance program that could boost premiums for some homeowners to $25,000 a year. On Sept. 9 in a … more
From the first week in August through the third week of September, coinciding with a time when many families struggling to make ends meet can use a helping hand while preparing for back to school, … more
Cranston Knights of Columbus Council #1738 will have its traditional turkey trot Nov. 22 at 1047 Park Ave., Cranston, from 7 p.m. to when everything is gone. Turkeys, raffles, prizes, food giveaways, … more
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