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The state Division of Planning has approved the city’s Comprehensive Plan, the final step in the process that establishes a guide for development in Warwick for the next 20 years.  The approval … more
MIGHTY MOM: Ursula Rotondi, seated second left, …
Ursula Rotondi will never forget her 85th birthday. On a day that included twists and turns – and a tiny disappointment because her favorite restaurant was closed for winter vacation – the … more
EARTH DAYS: Roger Williams Park Zoo’s “Party …
In honor of Earth Day, Roger Williams Park Zoo hosts “Party for the Planet,” a full week of fun for families to share, presented by National Grid. This year’s event will celebrate the rich … more
Rhode Island author Sebastian Cole will hold a book signing for his debut novel, “Sand Dollar: A Story of Undying Love,” on Thursday, April 25 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Barnes & Noble, 1350-B Bald Hill … more
State officials have announced a series of informational sessions regarding the proposed public pension settlement, with the first forum scheduled for Feb. 26 in Cranston. more
ALL ABOUT THE ATTITUDE: Amanda Gelinas delivers …
The talented performers at Aldrich Junior High School are out to prove “they’re gonna live forever” when they take to the stage to perform the musical, “Fame Jr.” Thursday, March 27 and … more
Ocean State Libraries kicked off National Library Week by expanding its services at the library and beyond. The new OverDrive Media Station increases public libraries’ services with a … more
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, approximately 20 percent of youth ages 13 to 18 experience severe mental disorders in a given year, and half of all chronic mental illness begins … more
WE’LL HAVE THEM, TOO: Three new Warwick …
Paul Freeman knows Rhode Islanders are chemists. He should. After all, the Warwick native has worked for Cumberland Farms for 35 years starting off as a store manger. He is now a divisional vice … more
LEADERSHIP: Adam Brice of Troop 4 Gaspee in …
Adam Brice of Troop 4 Gaspee in Warwick led a unique project as part of his Eagle Scout project on Sept. 7. Approximately 20 volunteers, most of them fellow Scouts, worked to clean up brush and … more
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