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REACHING OUT: From left, Allison Agnello, the …
The United States Navy’s area sexual assault prevention and response (SAPR) coordinator will be among the trainers at the annual Rhode Island State Victim Assistance Academy, a collaborative … more
MARTHA McSALLY
Martha McSally has fond memories from growing up in Rhode Island. She remembers her feet in the waters of Matunuk digging for clams and shoveling snow from the driveway in the blizzard of ’78. … more
“It was a great week,” exclaimed Warwick Police officer Alfred Melucci as he stood under Saturday’s sparkling sun at Camp Varnum in Narragansett. “All the Explorers from every post across the … more
The city’s three other Republican elected officials – Councilman Steven Colantuono, Representative Joseph Trillo, and Representative Patricia Morgan – will co-chair Mayor Scott Avedisian’s … more
On March 23, 2014 Addison Pennoyer was born prematurely. Weighing only 1 pound, 10 ounces, little Addison faced many health risks in her first few months of life, but she has been fighting. She … more
REDS HONOR: On Sunday, Aug. 3 at Goddard Memorial …
There are few Rhode Islanders, if any, who have enjoyed as much sustained success in ice hockey as Cranston’s Richard Alan “Dick” Ernst. For starters, Ernst has been part of this state’s … more
SISTER ACT? Officer John Curley reported he was on patrol around 6:15 p.m. on June 11 when he saw the driver of an SUV look at him in her side mirror and then take a sudden turn onto Atlantic … more
WE’LL HAVE THEM, TOO: Three new Warwick …
Paul Freeman knows Rhode Islanders are chemists. He should. After all, the Warwick native has worked for Cumberland Farms for 35 years starting off as a store manger. He is now a divisional vice … more
END OF THE ROAD: About 90 feet of pavement has …
With rising sea levels, and with each storm, the Warwick coastline is retreating. That effect is perhaps no more pronounced than where streets that once led to the beach, and even to roads … more
RUNAWAY ARRESTOR: A series of crushable concrete …
How do you stop a 174,000-pound Boeing 737 about to skid into the intersection of Airport and Post Roads, without injuring the passengers or destroying the airplane? Concrete. That’s right, … more
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