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By JOHN HOWELL Lt. Gov. Dan McKee says there's more to Operation Holiday Cheer than providing gifts from home to servicemen and -women who can't get back to the Ocean State for the holidays. In an effort involving scores of sponsors, organizations and more
Strike out drunk driving Thanks to a generous donation of $300 from Toray Plastics of North Kingstown, 12 Pilgrim SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) were able to participate in MADD's (Mothers Against Drunk Drivers) Strike Out Drunk Driving more
The Earles showed up and many more Many who remember the late Warwick City Solicitor John Earle, who died in May 2008, turned out Monday at Caf Fresco in East Greenwich to support the fund established in John's name to provide legal advocates for the more
Rep. Robert E. Craven (D-Dist. 32, North Kingstown) and Sen. Michael J. McCaffrey's (D-Dist. 29, Warwick) legislation (2017-H 5990A / 2017-S 0610A) that would add the definition of sexual exploitation" to the domestic abuse prevention law which would" more
By JOHN HOWELL When structures resembling anti-tank defenses used in World War II started appearing in an open field and trees that once filled a vacant lot came down, people asked questions. The answer to both developments in separate parts of the city more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Evelyn Greene is, by all accounts, the type of person and the type of friend who would do anything for somebody who needed help. Now she needs help herself - a new kidney to be exact. Greene has developed acute renal failure stemming more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For the sixth consecutive year, special needs students at Toll Gate High School have helped stuff Thanksgiving care packages through the Helping Hands Ministry program at St. Peter Church, which were distributed to families in need on more
Warwick Public Library director, Chris La Roux, announced this week that the Champlin Foundations have approved a grant request for $78,000 to carpet the children's room. The entire children's room has been renovated over the past five years, except for more
The following Warwick residents have earned first quarter honors at Hendricken High School: GRADE 8 President's List: David Chapman, Daniel Franchetti, Dylan LeMay, James Lockhart, Samuel Shah, Shaun Teotonio, Max Turner High Honors: Connor Aylesworth, more
By THOMAS GREENBERG According to research done by Brain in Play, a foundation run by Cranston resident Bill White, the effects of dementia can be lessened by a controlled regime of activities. The Brain in Play foundation has been doing hands-on research more
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