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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
PIZZA PLOY According to a report filed by Patrolman Derrick Palazzo, a pizza deliveryman for a Providence pizza store should have been suspicious of an order he got the night of Nov. 10. He told … more
READY FOR HANUKKAH: Tamarisk residents (from …
The start of Hanukkah varies from year to year, but typically takes place anytime between late November and late December. This year, the first full day of Hanukkah fell on Thanksgiving, which was … more
Chianti’s on Forge Road in Potowomut recently underwent $150,000 in renovations, giving both indoor and outdoor dining areas a new, more open and contemporary feel. The restaurant has been owned by … more
EVERYTHING BUT THE TURKEY: The students worked …
To help those in need, students from Toll Gate’s Special Education Department took a trip to St. Peter Church’s food pantry to put together donation bags for Thanksgiving. Ten students put … more
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