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NEW DIRECTOR: Christopher LaRoux, 60, starts work …
When the Warwick Public Library’s Board of Trustees was looking for a director to succeed the retiring Diane Greenwald, they pulled out all the stops, searching from Texas to western New … more
FAMILY: Pictured (left to right) are Marcia …
Family and friends of Jeff Gofton gathered at the Rhode Island Family Shelter Monday night for an emotional remembrance and plaque presentation ceremony. During the more than 60 years he lived in … more
Bob’s Discount Furniture presented Greenwood Elementary School and Friends Way each with a $1,000 donation check on March 25. This donation is made possible through money collected in donation … more
Gerald Goldstein still has the white suit that made him a Gaspee parade standout. The suit must fit, too, for after all these years, Gerry hasn’t changed. You can count on Gerry. It’s that … more
NOBLE CHAMPION: Multiple Sclerosis didn’t stop …
Barry Z. Glucksman, 70, who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) 20 years ago, enjoys challenging himself. Despite the fact that he has been in the secondary progressive stage of his … more
College students have enough to juggle when it comes to school, work and their social life. Fighting fraud often doesn’t make their list of priorities. College students are susceptible to identity … more
SHOPLIFTING, NOT Officer James Vible reported he was on patrol around 9:15 a.m. when he got a call to be on the lookout for a black Subaru suspected of being involved in a shoplifting from the … more
SALUTING WWII VETS: Warwick firefighters salute …
Robert Dorval of Greenville was 17 when he decided to go to war. He wanted to join the Navy, but he needed his mother to approve of his enlistment. William Grimshaw of Cranston was 29 when he … more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down two cents from last week, according to AAA Southern New England. AAA’s January 20th survey of prices in Rhode Island found self-serve, regular unleaded … more
Lest many forget that Rhode Island was the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, state representatives are declaring their support for a plan aiming to give manufacturing in the state a rebirth … more
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