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The following Pilgrim students have achieved honors for the first quarter of the academic year: GRADE 12 HIGH HONORS: Casey Adams, Oluwaseun Akinnusotu, Andrew Allen, Michelle Asels, Rebecca … more
READY TO BEAUTIFY: Jennifer Marley-Cole (seated …
The owner and staff of Warwick’s own Dino Salon and Spa are celebrating.   They have kicked off the grand re-opening of the recently expanded and remodeled boutique, located on the corner of … more
A FULL HOUSE: The auditorium at Toll Gate High …
Following six hours spread across two public hearings Monday and Tuesday on the Long Term Facilities Planning Committee’s recommendation to close Aldrich and Gorton junior high schools and … more
Last Friday, 30 female students from Gorton Junior High School had the opportunity to participate in Tech Collective’s, the state’s Bioscience and Information Technology Industry Association, … more
The forecast was for rain, so the traditional Conimicut Village holiday gathering sponored by the village association occurred inside at the Woodbury Union Church rather than outside at Donovan Park. … more
AT CELEBRATION: Taylor Heywood, Heather Siravo …
Making the world a better place for people and animals through DJ Professional Pet Assisted Therapy was celebrated at the 10th annual Windwalker Humane Coalition event Dec. 7 at the Warwick Police … more
Kids are invited to decorate their own Christmas Gingerbread Man on Saturday, Dec. 21, at the historic Smith-Appleby House in Smithfield. Kids who attend anytime between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. will … more
TABLE OF CHAMPIONS: Senator Michael McCaffrey, …
The State House is known for its senators and representatives, the lobbyists, the union leaders and, of course, the reporters ever vigilant for the story. And legislators have been known to bluff … more
There will be a free concert of Handel's "Messiah" at Emanuel Lutheran Church, 9 New London Ave., West Warwick, Dec. 15 at 3 p.m. The church has handicapped parking and accessibility. A free will … more
Senator Michael McCaffrey, left, recently presented a $5,000 legislative grant to the Rhode Island Academic Decathlon. The funds will be used to help run the competition Sunday, March 9, 2014 at the … more
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