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With over 18 years of experience in the legal system, Warwick native Laura Pisaturo has been appointed by Governor Lincoln Chafee to chair the Rhode Island Parole Board, taking over for Dr. Kenneth … more
Up for re-election this year, Sen. Jack Reed has been meeting Rhode Islanders across the state in recent weeks. “The great thing about Rhode Island is that the people are thoughtful and willing … more
The Rhode Island Health Care Association (RIHCA), a non-profit professional association of 65 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers throughout the state, is raising funds on behalf of nursing … more
HAVING FUN: Cranston Mayor Allan Fung and Warwick …
Believe it or not, both Warwick’s Mayor Scott Avedisian and the Gaspee Days celebration turn 50 this year. In honor of the mayor’s birthday, which was Jan. 16, a fundraiser was held Tuesday at … more
FIRST IN LINE: Ed Carpenter of the Warwick Police …
After blizzard Juno, blood centers around the Northeast took a hit from decreased donations. Some states, such as New York, are suffering from blood shortages. Here in Rhode Island though, despite a … more
Vince Wilfork, former New England Patriots defensive captain and lineman and former Governor Philip W. Noel will receive honorary degrees at the Sunday, May 3 New England Institute of Technology … more
With committee hearings this afternoon on legislation that would eliminate the master lever from the voting ballot, state Rep. K. Joseph Shekarchi will testify in support of a measure that would … more
Consolidation and economies of scale were on the minds of some School Committee members at Tuesday night’s meeting, despite the committee’s recent decision to table a vote on school consolidation … more
30 YEARS: Major Gallucci stands with his family …
After serving 30 years with the Rhode Island National Guard and the United States Army Reserves, Raymond Gallucci has retired at the rank of Colonel. Gallucci’s career with the Guard started as … more
RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP: Megan Wilks receives the …
Three Warwick high school graduates with an interest in science and engineering have been awarded John A. Caruso Scholarships from the Warwick Sewer Authority (WSA). On Wednesday, Aug. 6, the … more
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