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By ETHAN HARTLEY Consumers are being advised to not consume meats and cheeses purchased from the Stop & Shop deli located at 300 Quaker Lane between the dates of Jan. 18 and Feb. 2 following a possible exposure to Listeria monocytogene bacteria, which more
Michael Muller, PharmD, BCPPS, a clinical pharmacist specialist in neonatology at Women & Infants Hospital was recently recognized as the Health System Pharmacist of the Year by the Rhode Island Society of Health System Pharmacists. This is the society's more
By JOHN HOWELL President Trump won't be on the November ballot. That hasn't stopped former Warwick State Representative Joseph Trillo from running as Rhode Island's Trump candidate for governor. A Republican turned independent, Trillo ran the president's more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On Jan. 26 at approximately 5:42 p.m., Officer Fontaine was at the intersection of Woguagonet and Oakland Beach Avenue when he observed a silver Chevrolet Impala traveling south on Oakland Beach Avenue at a high rate of speed. more
As Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) prepares for the opening of its new branch on Jefferson Boulevard in early March - a relocation of its Centerville Road branch, which will be closing - the Bank has announced new leadership at its Buttonwoods location at more
You won't get bored Board games, and the people who love to play them, were the nature of Captain Con held this past weekend at the Crowne Plaza. The event attracted players from across the country, including Brendan Neuhaus, who car-pooled with fellow more
Providence College will host a fireside chat with faculty scholar Dr. Russell Hillier on Tuesday, February 13 at 3:30 p.m. This event will take place in the Fiondella Great Room in the Ruane Center for the Humanities on the PC campus. Dr. Hillier will more
Warwick was 181st out of 182 cities ranked in a study, “2018’s Best Places to Get Married,” conducted by research and financial analysis company Wallethub. The study examined the 150 most … more
The Good Neighbor Energy Fund is issuing an appeal for donations due to a heightened need from local households that are in crisis and seeking heating assistance. To help “Warm Thy Neighbor,” … more
The New England Institute of Technology is offering two new master's degree programs as part of its College of Graduate and Professional Studies. Designed for working professionals seeking to advance their careers or recent graduates, the Master of more
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