September 30, 2014
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The 2014 West Bay CROP Hunger Walk will be held Oct. 18 at 9 a.m. in Conimicut Village. Hundreds of participants and teams from around the state will walk a 3-mile course through the village and … more
On Sept. 24, 1964, students walked through the doors of Rhode Island Junior College on Promenade Street in Providence to attend classes for the first time. Fifty years to the day, Community College … more
Rhode Island could be in for a flip-flop. Last week, Community College of Rhode Island President Ray Di Pasquale disclosed to members of the CCRI Foundation that he is one of three finalists for … more
City officials were ready and waiting yesterday for Cardi Construction crews to close a section of Tidewater Drive and start removal of the Mill Creek Bridge that will be replaced over the next nine … more
More than 50 Warwick Municipal Retirees gathered last month at the Top of the Bay for lunch and for a chance to win raffle prizes. The group, which meets the last Wednesday of each month, will gather … more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island have dropped another five cents over the last week, and prices locally are now the lowest recorded by AAA at any time during 2014, according to AAA Southern New … more
AMONG HIS LOYAL ADVOCATES: Bob Bushell gives a …
Robert Bushell still knows how to hold the attention of a classroom. But on Friday, Bushell didn’t have students at their desks and a blackboard behind him. They were at tables at the West … more
The MS Dream Center of Rhode Island and Accessible Rhode Island will host a Wine & Dine Extravaganza on Sept. 27 at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston. Proceeds from the event will benefit the two … more
LISTEN UP: UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling team …
UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling team members John Murphy and Hannah Barnes stopped by the Boys & Girls Club of Warwick Friday as part of Motivated to Move, an event to educate children about the … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police. EGGED ON Officer James Wenneman reported going to Pettaconsett Avenue on Sept. 14 for a report of vandalism. A couple there … more
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