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The First Congregational Church of Warwick, 715 Oakland Beach Ave., is having a May Breakfast April 27 from 7-11: a.m. Menu includes eggs, pancakes, sausage, bacon, potatoes, toast, fruit cocktail, … more
Dr. Thomas F. Wylie, senior vice president and provost at New England Institute of Technology, has announced the following Warwick students have achieved dean’s list status for the quarter ending … more
Last week’s tragedy at the Boston Marathon impacted more than just the residents of the city. The event struck close to home for many Rhode Islanders who have close connections to Massachusetts and … more
Save The Bay and Indie Cycle will be accepting unwanted electronic equipment this Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Save The Bay’s Bay Center, 100 Save The Bay Drive, Providence. Items that … more
Here are the highlights from news and events that took place in the General Assembly, which was on a one-week spring break last week. For more information on any of these items, visit … more
GETTING TO KNOW EACH OTHER: Allison Mahoney, who …
Calista Heart Aguinaldo, Chloe Deveney, Abigail Rain Heiser, Jonah Heath King and Connor Buonaccorsi are all royal children. Well, practically all of them are royals. The exception is Connor who … more
BOSTON STRONG: With the help of cousins, siblings …
Following the bombings at the Boston Marathon on Patriots’ Day, Abigail Walsh and Ainsley Leahy, both 10, wanted to do something to help the victims. On Wednesday, the girls opened a lemonade … more
FOCUSED ON THE BOTTOM LINE: John Kennedy had lots …
For years, any meeting about the airport has brought out the complaints and the questions, but not last Thursday. Instead, Kelly Fredericks, who assumed the role of president and CEO of the Rhode … more
HELP THEIR GARDEN GROW: Children at The Trudeau …
With spring weather finally here, the J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center is hoping to encourage outdoor activity and education with a local community children’s garden. Mike Sherman, … more
Dave Barber and Henry Cunningham of the Department of Public Works helped get out the word yesterday with the posting of signs at the entrances to Rocky Point about the May 7 public forum to be held … more
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