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INTO THE DETAILS: Rep. David Bennett of Warwick …
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” This was the plea of those appearing before the House Committee on Municipal Government Thursday evening on legislation that would establish state … more
MAKING AN IMPACT: Ward 3 Councilwoman Camille …
When a pebble is dropped into the ocean, it causes a ripple effect. That is the metaphor Meg Underwood used to describe the effect the work done by the nearly 200 volunteers at the Pilgrim Senior … more
SCORE: Mark Carruolo delights in a “My Hero …
Mark Carruolo started working for the city as a draftsman in 1984 in the Department of Public Works (DPW), when he was fresh out of URI, and ended up as one of the architects of how the city has … more
Valvoline Instant Oil Change customers can help fight cancer from July 28 through Sept. 7 by contributing $1 to the Jimmy Fund through the A Chance for Kids & Families program at participating … more
Hooters of Warwick closed Aug. 3 for remodeling, according to their Facebook page, but the Rhode Island Department of Health’s (HEALTH) findings of July 25 was the reason for their voluntary … more
Further information has been learned about Kenneth Cunningham, the California parolee and the subject of a shooting in Apponaug last week. Warwick Police Commander Michael Babula said yesterday … more
Friends of the Warwick Animal Shelter will host its 7th Annual Dog Walk and Blessing of the Animals on Saturday, Oct. 4 at the beach in Warwick City Park, Asylum Ave., from 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. All … more
Students at John Brown Francis School demonstrated once again their caring power by putting "Hats On" for MS on Friday, October 10. Primary and intermediate students donated $1 to fight MS. More than … more
In the midst of the holiday season, numerous charitable efforts aimed at aiding those in need kick into high gear. For Dan MacKenzie of Bonniedale Farm in North Scituate, this time of year serves … more
TRAINING IN TRAUMA CARE: The Hackett Theatre on …
Behavioral health professionals were provided with alternative ways to assess the effects of trauma on health at a seminar held Monday at the Warwick Community College of Rhode Island campus. The … more
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