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READY FOR VISIT: A crew member aboard a DEM …
Yesterday, Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian announced plans to have legislation presented at the next City Council meeting, seeking approval for the city to enter into a 15-year lease agreement with New … more
WHO NEEDS A SHOVEL? When it came to filling a …
Once again, as happened last spring, Greenwood students under the guidance of teacher Cheryl Stacy and the assistance of gardener Mary O’Toole and financial help from the PTA spend a good part of … more
The Ocean State Center for Independent Living (OSCIL, an agency serving people with disabilities, has expanded its transition services with the creation of our new Young Adults (YA) Transition … more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin and National Grid are warning Rhode Islanders that reports of a persistent utility billing scam have resurfaced in the area. Consumer warnings have been issued … more
IN SUPPORT : On Nov. 15, Brewed Awakenings …
On Nov. 15 Brewed Awakenings celebrated the grand opening of its new Warwick location at 1316 Bald Hill Road alongside the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation. The coffee house and … more
For the ninth year, New England Institute of Technology will serve as Rhode Island’s FIRST Tech Challenge Affiliate Partner. The challenge involving 33 Rhode Island middle and high school teams … more
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It wasn’t on the menu. In fact, mashed potatoes and pot roast or meatballs and ziti, the choices at Thursday’s luncheon meeting of the Warwick Rotary Club, are a stretch from clamcakes and … more
TOUGH TO STOP: Pilgrim’s Tyler Mantaian and …
Last week, the Pilgrim volleyball team pushed South Kingstown to five games, picked up its first league win with a sweep of Exeter/West Greenwich and made a run to the championship match against … more
The establishment is scheduled to open at the former J&D’s Family Restaurant on Putnam Pike (Route 44) in late spring or early summer, according to the company’s website. more
The following St. Peter School students have earned honors for the second trimester. GRADE 6 FIRST HONORS Marissa Birmingham, Theresa Der Manouelian, Sarah Geary, Sophia Piperata SECOND … more
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