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“It’s the slowest we’ve ever seen it.” Those were the words yesterday of Roberta Stienle who coordinates the Neighbors Helping Neighbors program that provides food baskets to needy … more
PAUL ROBERTI
The Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has struck down a measure that would have required delinquent natural gas payers to pay for the installation of a shutoff valve. The commission was told last … more
Sara Melucci, a resident of Warwick and a member of the class of 2014 at Providence College, has been named to the 2014 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. … more
ONE MORE TIME: If school closure plans proceed, …
In 1963, the very year that Pilgrim High School opened, a Thanksgiving football tradition was born. Nine years later, Toll Gate High School opened its doors and another tradition began. Now, five … more
CLOTHING: Ocean State Job Lot founder and owner …
Last Thursday morning, a semi-truck was filled with 30,000 items of clothing at Ocean State Job Lot’s corporate warehouse in North Kingston that would eventually make its way to the Philippines for … more
VILLAGE SUPPORT: Derek Anderson (at right), …
With the endorsement of the Planning Department and a positive vote from the Planning Board last Wednesday, Apponaug Waterfront Development LLC, the developer of a boutique hotel, moved a step closer … more
In an effort to increase the number of residents who are protected against the effects of seasonal flu, pneumonia and “Whooping Cough,” a free vaccination clinic will be held at Warwick Veterans … more
Coren Ellis lives on Stillwater Drive and decided to put this sign on her back deck to send a message to her neighbor, Elementary Education Director Robert Bushell, about her feelings on the … more
Sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar, who …
With her seventh album, “Traces of You,” sitar player Anoushka Shankar set out to explore a journey through life experiences. She started working on the album in summer 2012, and completed it … more
When the Randall Holden fifth grade classes of teachers Kathy Genest and Lisa Napolitano learned of the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, they mounted a school drive to … more
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