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On Wednesday, Jan. 1, the Special Olympics will hold the 38th Annual Penguin Plunge at Roger Wheeler State Beach in Narragansett. The event raises money to support the more than 2,800 athletes that … more
Warwick business owners and business professionals are invited to the Adopt-a-Business monthly planning meeting at Warwick Public Library on Thursdays, Jan. 9, Feb. 6, March 6, April 3, and May 1, … more
The ringing of bells has long been mentioned as part of holiday traditions and adds to the festive nature of this time of year. At Warwick City Hall, as part of extensive renovations, the … more
READY TO LOAD: Warwick Avenue Stop & Shop Store …
Helping to provide critical assistance to those most in need, Stop & Shop on Dec. 12 donated 300 Hormel hams to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank at the supermarket’s Warwick Avenue location in … more
BREAKFAST REWARD: As a thank you to all who …
The special education students in Warwick Veterans Memorial High School’s Alternative Learning Program, with help from the Foundations and Focus programs, hosted a school-wide holiday toy drive and … more
Pilgrim Senior Center diners were treated to a melody of Christmas songs Thursday at lunch by Wickes School fifth and sixth graders under the direction of music teacher Nick Read. more
The Rhode Island Mentoring Partnership (RIMP) recently received a $5,000 donation from the Coastway Cares Charitable Foundation. The foundation is the philanthropic arm of Coastway Community Bank … more
A happy diner enjoys the latest specialty pasta …
Fragrant garlic. Sweet oregano. Fruity olive oil. Salty soppressata. Perfectly aged provolone. Bright green broccoli rabe. All the flavors and aromas of your favorite Italian foods, lovingly combined … more
SANTA’S HELPERS: On Dec. 11, the fifth graders …
Holliman Elementary School fifth graders learned a number of valuable lessons during their annual Read-A-Thon to raise funds for Toys For Tots, including just how much toys can cost. Through their … more
Kelly Fredericks, president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC), doesn’t see any chance of relocating the Winslow Park playing fields to anywhere but airport property in the … more
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