January 31, 2015
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The Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) along with the March of Dimes and Big Belli LLC aim to bring “40 Weeks,” a new documentary following several families … more
INCREDIBLE CREATIONS: Shown above and below are …
The seventh- and eighth-graders at St. Peter’s School in Warwick recently donated a $698 check to Habitat for Humanity West Bay and Northern R.I. Patricia Newman, president of the Habitat … more
DROOLING THIEF Officer Tomas Bogusz reports tires and rims worth a total of $5,000 were missing from a 21013 Toyota Avalon that was parked at 1170 Warwick Neck Ave. on Dec. 30. The owner said … more
Warwick’s investigation of a series of larcenies may have provided a clue to the whereabouts of a Cleveland, Ohio teenager who was reported missing in 2007. Ashley Summers was last seen on July … more
If your New Year’s resolution is to slim down and exercise more, Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin reminds Rhode Islanders to exercise good consumer protection when choosing a health club … more
RIDE TO THEIR INAUGURATIONS: Mayor Scott …
There was a Christmas theme to Tuesday’s inauguration of Mayor Scott Avedisian, the nine-member City Council and three members of the School Committee. First, it was Armenian Christmas, as the … more
A BIG STEP: Holding the family Bible to be used …
Snow frosted her hair and flecked her red wool jacket. The state’s first female governor rubbed her hands. With enthusiasm belying the chill of the day, Gina M. Raimondo, 43, looked out from the … more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a study in November saying arthritis is more common in military veterans than non-veteran civilians and that Rhode Island veterans have a … more
Protect your home and help to create a safer Rhode Island for all residents by attending the upcoming Johnston Eco-Depot collection, hosted by Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation, on Saturday, … more
In an effort to help more Rhode Islanders find good-paying, sustainable jobs, U.S. Senator Jack Reed (D-RI) last week joined with Cranston Mayor Allan Fung, Director of the R.I. Department of Labor … more
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