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Women's Clubs boost Project Undercover The General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) Warwick Women's Club has been a supporter of Project Undercover since it began. The state Advocates for Children chairman, Roberta Bianco, challenged state clubs to more
The following students achieved high honors or honors for the fourth quarter of 2015-2016 school year at Gorton Junior High School. GRADE 8 High Honors Austin Abaga, Isabella Alviti, Giana Alviti, Samantha Befumo, Gabrielle Bessette, Carlos Betancur, more
She wanted a cookout When it came time for Dorothy Hamilton to celebrate her 104th birthday she requested a backyard cookout with family and friends. The event was celebrated June 29 and Dorothy, a resident at Sunny View Nursing Home, had her wish come more
“I love theater as an art form,” Cranston native Mike Moise said. “Everyone has their own piece to bring, and when we all collaborate we can create something much larger than ourselves, … more
Malia Kamalani Cruz of Pawtuxet, who was crowned Miss Rhode Island Teen USA last August, left this week for Las Vegas, Nevada for the weeklong preparation for the coveted Miss Teen USA national title. The event will take place at the Venetian Theater in more
By JOHN HOWELL Greene Island is disappearing. In fact, at high tide there's nothing of it, which likely means it is no longer an island and should probably be removed from city maps and navigational charts. But at low tide there's still a couple of acres more
Warwick Hi Lo Jack announces winners Jack Division was won by Kevin Cafferty (above) with 75 wins; he also won M.V.P. of all players. Cliff Rice (below) won the Ace Division with 71 wins. Other Ace Division winners were Joan Goddard and Mike Cardillo, more
Vin Palumbo, a native Johnstonian, sat quietly at a conference table inside the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Providence and said, “Next year, $20,000!” Palumbo, longtime owner of … more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin is pleased to partner with Roger Williams University School of Law to host the 18th annual Open Government Summit, scheduled for Friday, July 29, from 9 a.m. to noon at the school's campus in Bristol. The summit is more
Mayor Scott Avedisian and members of the city’s police and fire departments, along with Ward 7 City Council candidate Charles “C.J.” Donovan, Sen. William Walaska, and Rep. K. Joseph Shekarchi, … more
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