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SURPRISE: During the opening celebrations of the …
During a special event to celebrate the grand re-opening of Sam’s Club in Warwick last week, the Rhode Island Family Shelter was the recipient of a generous, unsolicited donation from the company … more
SEWERS HELP: Vets High freshman Angus Nathan won …
Do sewers really reduce, or eliminate, pollution from ponds and streams, or do septic systems and cesspools do the job? That sounds like a question that might be asked by those debating the need … more
Frank Green, 40, of 94 Alexander St., in charged with two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon in a dwelling, assault with intent to murder, domestic strangulation, domestic breaking and entering, violation of a no-contact order, refusing to relinquish a telephone and larceny under $1,500. more
Doherty’s Ale House, 30 Jefferson Boulevard, has chosen the Colon Cancer Alliance for their charity for May. This Thursday from 8 until 10 p.m. for every pint of Founders beer sold the alliance … more
BERNADETTE McDOWELL
On May 21 the Rhode Island Certified School Nurse Teachers (RICSNT) will honor Bernadette McDowell, school nurse at Winman Junior High, recognizing her as the School Nurse Teacher of the Year. … more
With over 18 years of experience in the legal system, Warwick native Laura Pisaturo has been appointed by Governor Lincoln Chafee to chair the Rhode Island Parole Board, taking over for Dr. Kenneth … more
The Rhode Island Health Care Association (RIHCA), a non-profit professional association of 65 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers throughout the state, is raising funds on behalf of nursing … more
HAVING FUN: Cranston Mayor Allan Fung and Warwick …
Believe it or not, both Warwick’s Mayor Scott Avedisian and the Gaspee Days celebration turn 50 this year. In honor of the mayor’s birthday, which was Jan. 16, a fundraiser was held Tuesday at … more
FIRST IN LINE: Ed Carpenter of the Warwick Police …
After blizzard Juno, blood centers around the Northeast took a hit from decreased donations. Some states, such as New York, are suffering from blood shortages. Here in Rhode Island though, despite a … more
Vince Wilfork, former New England Patriots defensive captain and lineman and former Governor Philip W. Noel will receive honorary degrees at the Sunday, May 3 New England Institute of Technology … more
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