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Recently students from Timothy Hayes’ Urban Sociology class at Toll Gate High School met with Mayor Scott Avedisian to discuss their community service project. They are working with the Warwick … more
TRYING TO MAKE IT HAPPEN: During a recess at …
After four hearings and hours of digging into the numbers, the City Council on Wednesday night approved an amended budget that keeps total city expenditures of $294 million and tax rates as proposed … more
An estimated 1,000 Rhode Islanders are expected to gather Saturday at Roger Williams Park for the 13th Annual Children’s Friend 5K Walk and Run to help raise money for (and awareness of) programs … more
NICOLE GAUTHIER
Pilgrim’s graduating top 10 students are all leaders, according to Principal Marie Cote. “They are all really good students; that’s what it takes to be top ten,” Cote … more
EGG DASH: Kids at the Oakland Beach hunt charge …
Marie Cavanaugh said she got out her Rosary beads on Good Friday. After weeks of planning and putting up with a home filled with plastic eggs, candy and prizes, forecasters were calling for heavy … more
Bonniedale Farm in North Scituate offers dog and cat food at no cost to struggling pet owners, hoping to provide for the animals while easing the burden on community members facing tough times. Those … more
STILL BURIED: Portions of the sidewalk on Sandy …
Many sidewalks are still obscured by mounds of snow, even though city ordinances require abutting property owners to shovel them or face a $100 fine. And this evening, City Municipal Court Judge … more
HEART OF THE LAB: Registered nurse Susan Bartos …
“It will go right here,” Dr. Chester Hedgepeth, MD, PhD., chief of cardiology at Kent, said yesterday as he ran his hand over an interior wall to the control room of the hospital’s cardiac … more
SERIOUS DISCUSSIONS: LRI’s Executive Director …
Movers and shakers of the Warwick community gathered last Thursday for a Leadership Rhode Island (LRI) “Listening Session,” a conversation to share the strengths and benefits … more
MAJOR BUST: Johnston police uncovered a range of …
A man whose Johnston residence was adorned with Nazi, Aryan Nation and white supremacist flags and banners is facing drug and weapons charges following a police raid on Wednesday. Nicholas … more
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