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It’s that time again: China is celebrating its Lunar New Year, the country’s most important holiday. According to Chinese folklore, 2013 marked the year of the snake on the Chinese calendar, … more
HAVING A BALL: Pictured is Lt. Ted Dion, founder …
The third annual RI Pink Heals Ball will be held at 6 p.m. April 26 at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick, with the night to feature dinner, dancing and fun. The ball was started in 2012 because the Pink … more
Air Force Airman Daniel J. Laplante recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program … more
Warwick Police Chief Stephen McCartney said, “I am gratified to see we are heading in the right direction,” concerning a new report showing Warwick is above the national percentage in the … more
ALL SMILES: Warwick resident and Cranston native …
Zachary James “Zack” Christy is an American hero. Have doubts? During his distinguished nine-year career in the U.S. Air Force, the Cranston native, who now lives in Warwick, and 2002 Toll … more
CAPITAL SUPPORT: The Amica Companies Foundation …
Girls Scouts of Southeastern New England (GSSNE) received a $75,000 donation from Amica Companies Foundation during a check presentation held recently at GSSNE’s new headquarters in Warwick. The … more
IT’S STARTED: Pipes that will be used to house …
Richard I. Gouse, president of the New England Institute of Technology – which will celebrate its 75th anniversary next year – says the institution’s growth has come in steps. Some have been … more
SANTA AND FRIENDS: Santa Claus is seen with Raj …
On Dec. 6, Pawtuxet Village celebrated the season with store sales, horse-drawn carriage rides with Santa, face painting and the Luminaria on the Pawtuxet Bridge. The following day was the Christmas … more
As someone who lost a brother to cancer, Rep. Joseph M. McNamara knows that the most devastating aspect of the illness – for the stricken individual and family members – is dealing with the … more
Actually, to be more accurate, electrical wiring at the Tidewater Drive Bridge over Buckeye Brook was “de-energized” Thursday by National Grid crews. While the wires remain, they have been … more
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