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Hopes have almost run out for Republican Ray McKay, who planned to run for the U.S. Senate against Jack Reed this year but continually has been thwarted by a city ordinance that keeps him from … more
Rocky Hill School invites the public for a personalized look at Rocky Hill education during its open house on Sunday, Oct. 26 from 12-2 p.m. Families who are interested in preschool through grade 12 … more
ON THE DRAWING BOARD: Michael Integlia & Company …
Two multi-million dollar developments are being endorsed by the administration as desirable extensions of the medical-business corridor of Kent Hospital and for office development in and around the … more
BUSTIN’ RHYMES: Phil “Phantom” Terry spits …
The next chapter in the story of D.Y.D, Do YOUR Dance, was told this past Saturday night, as Phil “Phantom” Terry took the stage at Olive’s in Providence to perform original rap songs he wrote … more
CASCADE EFFECT: Robotics teams are tasked with …
While most were focused on the big New England Patriots game, the students who participated in Saturday’s For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) competition proved that … more
Bruce Perreault with dance partner Deborah …
The seventh annual Dancing with the Stars of Mentoring made history for the Rhode Island Mentoring Partnership (RIMP), as they entertained a record number of 570 guests at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet … more
THE GRADUATES
Before graduation season comes to a close, there is a group of local grads that deserves recognition. Clad in maroon caps and gowns, and big smiles, all 33 members of Westbay Community Action’s … more
4 earn UNH honors Four Warwick students have been named to the Dean’s List at the University of New Hampshire for the spring semester of the 2012-2013 academic year. Earning high honors were: … more
This Saturday nearly 600 World War II veterans, their guardians, active duty military personnel, medical personnel, and other guests from New England and New York will travel to Washington, D.C. to … more
THE FULL SPREAD: The news media got to see what …
National Grid crew leader David Sanford picked up a thick rubber glove from an array of tools spread out on the asphalt in front of one of the white utility trucks. From the looks of it, he was … more
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