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FAMILY TIME: Three generations of the Cabral …
:“It is pure Rhode Island. Everything from the books to the T-shirts, it’s all produced in Rhode Island,” Michael Cabral said Thursday, at the Grand Opening of his newest store – Ocean State … more
Meadowbrook Bingo Meadowbrook Terrace, 2220 Warwick Ave., has bingo every Friday night at 6:30 p.m., featuring great prizes and a wonderful group of people. All are welcome. Warwick Historical … more
SERVICE HONORED: World War II Navy veteran …
U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse last week presented medals and awards to World War II Navy veteran Raymond J. Mahon at Saint Elizabeth Court assisted living residence in Providence before Mahon’s … more
The Neighbors Helping Neighbors food program is up and running for another holiday season. The Department of Human Services is seeking the assistance of the Warwick community to help needy … more
Warwick Rotary Club President Vanessa Zampini …
Even before the turkey went in the oven in many cases, members of the Warwick Rotary Club were setting up for the club’s first turkey trot Thursday morning at 6 at City Park. Member Thomas Sanford, … more
GREETING COMMITTEE: Warwick City Councilman Ed …
When Warwick Ward 5 City Councilman Ed Ladouceur learned the Johnston Senior Center was bringing 56 volunteers to Sam’s Inn for its annual recognition dinner, he formed an unofficial two-man … more
This offer was mailed to 500,000 Rhode Islanders, …
Like 500,000 Rhode Islanders, Kellie Bryda of Cumberland received a letter within the last week from North American Power offering relief from the 28-percent increase in the cost of electricity as … more
COSTING LESS TO BUILD: Mayor Scott Avedisian …
Building permits for projects costing $250,000 and more will cost about 20 percent less than they currently do under a new fee schedule worked out by the mayor and the Rhode Island Builders … more
Rhode Island State Police reported finding a missing 17-year-old from Massachusetts at the Motel 6 on Jefferson Boulevard on Friday. Troopers said they arrested Adolfo Hernandez, 21, of 21 Sutton St. … more
LUNCH TIME SURPRISE: Students from John Brown …
“Without trees, we wouldn’t exist,” Anne Holst, chairman of the Wildlife and Conservation Commission, reminded the students from John Brown Francis Elementary School. Last Friday the … more
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