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New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) will offer an Associate in Science degree in Civil Engineering Technology (CET) beginning Fall 2014. Graduates of this program may matriculate into the … more
The camera zooms in on a Warwick special hazards truck. The shadows are long. It’s evening. The voice is that of Rob Cote, who led the car tax revolt several years ago and since has shot and … more
The restaurant will donate 100 percent of net sales made between the hours of 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Friday, May 16, to the Cranston High School West track and field team. more
NIGHT OUT: Cooper, the Corgi-Eskimo mix belonging …
Burgers and hot dogs on the grill, friends will be all around, and once the sun goes down the fireworks will be going off all night. The 4th of July is a time of celebration, but not everyone will be … more
SOMETHING TO BARK ABOUT: Nicole Eller, manager, …
Bow Chika Wow Town has been selected for the 2014 Best of Warwick Award in the Dog Day Care Center category by the Warwick Award Program. Each year, the Warwick Award Program identifies companies … more
With a host of players from Warwick, the South Country Spartans 13U open team participated in the 2014 Todd Caden Memorial Tournament last month at Baseball Heaven in Long Island, N.Y. Team members: … more
DEFINITION OF AN EDUCATOR: Robert Bushell …
It is his first day of teaching and Robert Bushell finishes writing the classroom rules on the blackboard before the 38 fifth graders file in for their first day of school. Raise your hand, use … more
A Johnston woman who police say fed her 6-month-old daughter baby formula mixed with methadone has been charged with first-degree child abuse. Carissa M. Manning, 27, of 11 Binghampton St., Apt. … more
SULLIVAN: Dr. James Sullivan, from Butler …
In an effort to reduce deaths from overdoses, Kent Hospital is supplying certain at-risk patients with an “overdose antidote” upon discharge. Yesterday Care New England announced an initiative … more
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island (BCBSRI) is working to keep local communities healthy by sponsoring free flu clinics for Rhode Islanders who do not have health insurance. Over the next … more
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