September 2, 2014
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There will be one more graduation this season. Warwick Public School seniors who either needed summer school or tutoring in a failed subject or a class they were unable to take during the school year … more
As part of the Healthy Servings for Seniors Program, Farm Fresh Rhode Island brought a local farmer’s market to the Pilgrim Senior Center last Thursday. Seniors stocked up on fresh, locally grown … more
Every two years, URI Master Gardeners hold an open house at their Demonstration Garden at East Farm and with the rising interest in growing one’s own food, they expect a sizable turnout when they … more
Jason Harvey, physical therapist and co-owner of Elite Physical Therapy, was honored at Providence Business News’ 10th Anniversary celebration for the 40 Under Forty.  The awards program was … more
SULLIVAN: Dr. James Sullivan, from Butler …
In an effort to reduce deaths from overdoses, Kent Hospital is supplying certain at-risk patients with an “overdose antidote” upon discharge. Yesterday Care New England announced an initiative … more
BIG CHUNKS: The concrete foundation to an …
Cleanup operations at Rocky Point suffered a setback Tuesday when most of the heavy equipment used to do the job was silenced by the work of vandals. Windows were smashed on 15 pieces of … more
Clay Pell at Monday's "town meeting."
Kathryn McDaniel voted on Tuesday, 28 days before the Democratic primary that will decide whether Clay Pell will be the party’s nominee for governor. McDaniel, who graduated from Cranston High … more
SUDDEN DEATH Police reported that they were dispatched to the Les Chateau Apartments at 1403 Warwick Ave. around 5:45 p.m. on Aug. 11 after a maintenance worker there reported finding the body of … more
Jessica M. Montecalvo, daughter of Frank and Jane Montecalvo Jr. of Warwick, was named to the dean’s list at Smith College for her academic achievement for the 2013-14 school year. The dean’s … more
Carel Bainum on the campaign trail.
She entered the race for mayor saying she would work to control and lower taxes and collected the signatures of more than 800 voters, when only 200 were required to put her on the ballot. She was … more
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