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END OF THE ROAD: About 90 feet of pavement has …
With rising sea levels, and with each storm, the Warwick coastline is retreating. That effect is perhaps no more pronounced than where streets that once led to the beach, and even to roads … more
Elite Physical Therapy has been awarded “Best Places To Work” by Providence Business News. This marks the first year that a private physical therapy practice is recognized on this list. Each … more
KIDS’ TOUCH: A junior chorus of first- and …
Rhode Island KIDS COUNT released the 2014 Factbook yesterday, celebrating 20 years of providing data in nearly 70 different areas related to children. The annual report is often used to craft … more
The accounting firm of Sansiveri, Kimball & Co. L.L.P. (Sansiveri) recently announced that two of the firm’s accountants have earned the certified public accountant designation: Mary-Kate Curtis … more
CAREFUL OF THE QUILLS: Roger Williams’ Kelly …
The pre-K program at St. Rose of Lima School had a few special visitors Tuesday morning: Cagney, Drew and Wali went in the Roger Williams Zoomobile with their caretaker Kelly Fenton to help wrap up … more
RUNAWAY ARRESTOR: A series of crushable concrete …
How do you stop a 174,000-pound Boeing 737 about to skid into the intersection of Airport and Post Roads, without injuring the passengers or destroying the airplane? Concrete. That’s right, … more
MIM FALLON
Mim Fallon is a member of the Happy Hoofers, a senior tap dance group that performs at local non-profit meetings and celebrations. The group’s name and its possible confusion with “happy … 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
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