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Spring was in the air yesterday. It was the kind of day that reflected the bittersweet feeling Gina Russo felt on the 14th observance of the Station nightclub fire where 100 concertgoers lost their lives in the eighth deadliest nightclub more
By JOHN HOWELL Since 1946 Cranston municipal employees and their families have had the opportunity of becoming members of their own credit union. Like municipal employees in other cities and towns, they founded a credit union providing members to receive more
The Incredible Bollywood" dance show that is taking place in West Warwick next weekend was spearheaded by two Rhode Island women who have been passionate about the dance form for some time. Rupa Datta of West Warwick and Rutuja Patil of Providence" more
Christmas in Pawtuxet [Photo gallery]
Santa arrived by boat to the cheers of those at the Pawtuxet Athletic Club Saturday as village residents and merchants came together to celebrate the holiday season. Local artisans displayed and sold … more
Crossing bridges, building bridges The Jewish Congregation Or Chadash, meaning New Light, comprised of former members of Temple Am David in Warwick have a new home in the Episcopal Trinity Church in Pawtuxet. On Sunday afternoon members of the more
Goddard goes to the dogs [Photo gallery]
Goddard Park was taken over by pooches on Sunday for the East Greenwich Animal Protection League’s 16th Annual Hound Hike. Despite gray skies and a bit of rain, the event was still well attended and raised more than $14,000 for the non-profit, no-kill animal shelter in EG. The shelter has adoption hours every Sunday … more
Sandy on their minds [Photo gallery]
Warwick residents prepared for Hurricane Sandy's imminent approach on Monday... more
Short sleeve weather [Photo gallery]
With temperatures in the 50s, craftsmen were in full gear yesterday on the first eight units of the Wyndemere 23-unit condominium project being built by developer Hugh Fisher on West Shore Road. Each … more
When it comes to cutting the car tax and sending students to college with two years of free tuition, Governor Gina Raimondo’s Deputy Chief of Staff Kevin Gallagher thinks Rhode Island can walk and … more
Sandy’s fury [Photo gallery]
Acting Director of Public Works David Picozzi not only found wind-driven waves crashing over the walkway at Rocky Point during Hurricane Sandy, but also several people who wanted to take in the … more
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