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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
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
Several years ago, Katie Hopkins set out on an journey – or, as she describes it, “went on a prayer” – with an ambitious goal. In the fall of 2008, her cousin Grace Hopkins – a … more
And cleanup after [Photo gallery]
This weekend Bishop Hendricken’s Summer Stage presents the Broadway musical “Legally Blonde,” featuring high school performers from throughout the state. The musical is based on the movie of … more
Steven O'Donnell left no doubt that the next superintendent of Rhode Island State Police should come from within the ranks in an interview following a presentation to a joint meeting of the Warwick and East Greenwich Rotary Clubs Thursday. more
In an effort to help college bound Rhode Islanders access much-needed financial aid, U.S. Senator Jack Reed is urging high school seniors and their families to get started filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), now - three more
For Barbara Ann Fenton and Allan Fung, the “modern day fairy tale” leading up to their wedding day began four years ago in Florida. Both were … more
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