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Building up to a burning [Photo gallery]
The Gaspee Days Arts and Craft Festival was the place to be over the near perfect weekend … especially if you were looking for that special accessory – whether temporary or permanent – for your … more
By JOHN HOWELL In a military ceremony preceded by a Mass he will officiate, Father Robert Marciano will retire from the Rhode Island Air National Guard on Oct. 1 after serving 36 years in the military. Marciano holds the rank of colonel and serves as more
Choosing to express their point of view Administrators, faculty and students from religious, private and charter schools rallied at the State House Thursday in support of School Choice. In contrast to many rallies aimed at promoting a cause to more
Not just a guy’s game [Photo gallery]
Even gray and rainy days, although there haven’t been to many of those this summer, are fun at the Warwick Boys and Girls Club summer camp operating from the Masonic Temple grounds off Long Street. … more
The appearance of a crane to the former Apponaug Mill water tower last week had some people wondering if the village landmark would soon be dismantled to make room for the Apponaug bypass. The tower … more
“There is no better way to say thank you to a veteran than actually giving them a hand that they need,” said Dee DeQuattro, Director of Communications for Operation Stand Down Rhode Island. On … more
Boy Scouts across the region kicked off the season of giving last weekend during the 29th annual Scouting for Food drive, collecting more than 185,000 pounds of food for those in need. Young men from over 200 Narragansett Council packs more
Barnes & Noble Warwick will host New York Times Best Selling authors Heather Graham and Jon Land for a booksigning for their new book The Rising on Thursday, January 19 at 6 p.m. at Barnes & Noble, 1350 Bald Hill Rd. Warwick. From acclaimed more
A day for the beach [Photo gallery]
Dozens of people packed their blankets and picnic lunches and headed to Oakland Beach to beat the heat. Three lifeguards watched over beachgoers clad in bright bikinis and board shorts. Though some … more
It was windy and the first of Hurricane Sandy’s sprinkles filled the air, but that couldn’t stop ghosts, goblins and yes, a few angels, from gathering Sunday afternoon for the traditional … more
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