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LOTS OF TREATS: Warwick resident Joyce …
To say that five dozen Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce members recently received some special white glove treatment would be an understatement. Costumes or no costumes, the CRIC’s … more
MARTHA McSALLY
In November the congressional race between Warwick native Republican Martha McSally and Democratic incumbent Ron Barber for Arizona’s 2nd District was so close there was an automatic recount. Over … more
Academic Advantage, a tutoring and enrichment service located in Warwick, is offering a free college workshop to all high school sophomores and juniors at Chelo’s Restaurant at 2225 Post Road, … more
GALIPEAU
Whether serving on the Long Term Facilities Planning Committee and the Safety and Security Committee for Warwick Public Schools (WPS) or participating in various Parent Teacher Association (PTA) … more
O’Brien earns graduate degree at UMass Dartmouth Warwick resident Ashley O’Brien received a Master of Arts degree at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth graduate commencement on May 11. … more
ORGANIZERS: The all-volunteer committee that …
If Team Tony was a baseball team, it would have won the league championship. If Kayla Nastari was auditioning for “American Idol,” she would have been nominated for a Grammy Award. If … more
FERGUSON
With just over two weeks to go before HealthSource RI begins enrolling people in new health insurance programs for real, Mayor Scott Avedisian brought in the big guns to deliver the facts to Warwick … more
THE PALACE: The queen played by Julie Davis; her …
The Winman Junior High School Drama Club couldn’t have chosen a more appropriate play for this time of year. Tonight at 7 p.m. the club will stage “The Snow Queen and The Goblin,” based on … more
Prom season has arrived, and the J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center is preparing to hold their third annual prom, moving it from their recreation center to a venue for the first time in an effort to … more
With his effort to keep his job at City Hall and run as a candidate for the U.S. Senate denied by a federal district court judge on Friday, Raymond T. McKay said yesterday he may ask the City Council … more
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