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Healthtrax Fitness Center, 2191 Post Road, is playing a role in keeping usable shoes out of landfills, providing employment for adults with disabilities and promoting sustainable development in … more
NEW BREWS: An extensive brewing system is in …
Homemade beer and barbecue will arrive in the area this spring with the opening of Brutopia Brewery and Kitchen, Cranston’s first brewpub. “Beer and barbecue is probably the best combination … more
There’s nothing like some warm weather to get people thinking of summer activities and being back on the water. Richard Titzmann of North Kingstown took the opportunity Sunday to brush and roll on … more
YUCK: Nate Moore of Troop 7 Buttonwoods holds up …
Usually on the Buckeye Brook Earth Day cleanup, Paul Earnshaw can be found wearing hip boots, standing knee-deep in the stream and wrestling to pull out a muck-filled tire or some other form of … more
DUI Officer Aaron Kay was dispatched to a minor motor vehicle accident in the roadway on Bald Hill Road, in the area of the Subway sandwich shop, at approximately 6:23 p.m. on March 27, which … more
From the description provided by members of the CCRI Foundation, last week’s visit by the New England Association on Schools and College’s accreditation team was a nail-biting two-and-a-half … more
Dunkin’ Donuts franchisees in Rhode Island and Bristol County, Mass., have announcde that they have donated $150,000 to Special Olympics Rhode Island and Special Olympics Massachusetts South … more
Stretch your child’s imagination with new camp sessions during spring break (April 21-25) at Warwick Museum of Art, 3259 Post Road. Camp runs Monday through Friday; morning sessions are 10 a.m.-1 … more
MIM FALLON
Mim Fallon is a member of the Happy Hoofers, a senior tap dance group that performs at local non-profit meetings and celebrations. The group’s name and its possible confusion with “happy … more
Police requested the lock down “just for a precaution because they didn’t know what the occupants of the car had on them,” said Warwick Superintendent Dr. Richard D’Agostino, who added that a ConnectEd message was sent out to parents around noon to explain the situation. “At no time were any of the students in danger.” more
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