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By JOHN HOWELL Matthew Hajjar of West Warwick was smiling Tuesday morning. He was holding a sheet of paper, his learner's permit. Now he was ready to be handed the keys to the family car. His mother, Shannon, was also smiling, but she wasn't about to more
On Friday Congressman Jim Langevin presented Cranston resident Mrs. Carol Liebrich, the widow of World War II veteran Robert Liebrich, with a Purple Heart with a Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster, signifying the second Purple Heart he has received. When he was more
Trees by the truckload [Photo gallery]
The Christmas season is here and so are the trees fresh from Maine. This delivery from Bangor arrived early Friday morning to the stand that has been operating for the past 28 years from the … more
Pilgrim High School junior Vanessa Streb was one of 700 students representing 48 schools at the state’s 28th annual Science Olympiad held Saturday at Rhode Island College. “I’ve always been … more
By JOHN HOWELL Now that the Fair Street mansion built in 1830 has been restored and renovated to provide 10 chronically homeless people with permanent apartments, the units need some love and attention before they can be called home. That was evident more
By OLIVIA PERREAULT Amongst the regular hustle and bustle of the Warwick Mall this Saturday, children of all ages were huddled together listening to guest speakers read some of their favorite books. The National Education Association Rhode Island more
The Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles has reminded Rhode Islanders that AAA Northeast ended its temporary program for non-members seeking to complete motor-vehicle registry transactions on July 31. In May, the Division and AAA Northeast jointly more
Dakota is a 7-year-old male Siberian husky … more
Santa knows best [Photo gallery]
When it comes to gifts, Santa knows juicy Florida Indian River grapefruit and oranges are a sure hit. The jolly elf, joined by Barbi Jo DiMaria of 92 PRO-FM, did a little promotion for the Warwick … more
The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Providence walk will be held Sunday, October 15 in Downtown Providence to support the fight against the second-leading cause of cancer death in women and ensure no one faces breast more
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