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Keith’s Walking Warriors want your help. This Sunday, Keith’s Walking Warriors will continue their mission of trying to raise as much money as possible for the Rhode Island Colon Cancer … more
The Kayla Gilbert Foundation will host their fourth annual Motorcycle Run this Sunday, Aug. 4, at Dan’s Place at 880 Victory Highway in West Greenwich. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and kick … more
A HUG FOR THE BOSS: Tax Collector and Assessor …
Ken Mallette had experience running a print shop when his father, Ken Mallette Sr. and a Warwick policeman, told him he ought to apply for a job in the department’s print shop. The younger Ken … more
SUMMER STUDENTS: Cranston West senior Audrey …
Instead of sleeping in or catching some rays on a beach, close to 100 high school seniors have been spending their days in a college classroom. Thanks to a new program from the Rhode Island … more
TRUE LOVE: After Jen Bulik learned she has less …
Jen Bulik, 35, was recently diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer, and doctors told her she has four to six months to live. Still, the grim news hasn’t stopped her from living life to the fullest, as she … more
Due to legislation recently signed into law, school districts across the state will need to increase the frequency of drills and safety plan reviews, gain flexibility when it comes to a 180-day … more
With new laws affecting education, the Warwick School Department is prepared to address changes in safety, curriculum and even scheduling. A number of new safety laws were established to require … more
Madi Damato squeezes the ball behind the plate
The Warwick West Side 9/10-year-old all-star softball team had been challenged this summer, but had never been beaten until Saturday came around. Now, for the first time, West Side will have to … more
Washington Trust and Rhode Island Housing will host a free seminar, “First-Time Homebuying Made Easy,” on Thursday, Aug. 8 beginning at 6 p.m. at Washington Trust’s Sweet Meadows Office located … more
After almost a month of debate and disagreement, the Senate approved a plan last week to tie interest rates on student loans to the economic market with a “reasonable cap.” Subsidized … more
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