November 26, 2014
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PUMPKIN PAINTING: A young girl concentrates on …
Artists’ Exchange and Gateways to Change Inc. are pleased to announce the seventh annual Fall Out of Summer Arts Festival to be held on Sunday, Sept. 21 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the lots … more
The Community College of Rhode Island will rededicate the recently refurbished Bobby Hackett Theater with an evening celebrating the college’s talented musicians, actors, singers and performers in … more
IT’S THE CHALLAH-DAYS: Rainbow employees show …
The Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, begins Wednesday, Sept. 24 at sunset. The holiday marks the New Year of 5775. All around the world, Jews will attend temple services to commemorate the … more
MCCARTNEY
A federal $500,000 grant announced this week by the state’s congressional delegation will enable the Warwick Police Department to help pay for four additional officers over the … more
Congressman Jim Langevin meets with Sarah Corley, a Warwick resident who is participating in his District Office internship program over the summer. Corley is a senior majoring in biology at … more
MCCARTNEY
Warwick Police Chief Steven McCartney said at 9:45 this morning that Warwick, Cranston and Johnston detectives were meeting at this time and that he expected a briefing later in the day. He said that … more
Lary Cable, 82, competes in the long jump at the …
The Cranston Department of Senior Services welcomed hundreds of competitors from across New England, along with their families and friends, to the 2014 Senior Games presented by CVS/pharmacy. The … more
NO MORE CIGARETTES: Alyssa Dreyer works the …
CVS, a fixture in communities across Rhode Island, saw some major changes on Wednesday. Tobacco sales at the Woonsocket-based pharmacy chain were officially ended, a move that comes ahead of … more
INSPIRATION: Rob LoBianco, owner of Anytime …
Back on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011, Rob LoBianco stood inside Johnston-based Anytime Fitness with his father, Rob LoBianco, other family members and invited guests to perform the ceremonial ribbon … more
COL. STEPHEN M. MCCARTNEY
A second written threat on Johnston, Cranston and Warwick schools has been received by Johnston Police. According to Col. Stephen McCartney, Warwick police chief, a press release agreed upon by the … more
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