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For the park playground Senate Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey recently presented the Conimicut Village Association with a $2,500 legislative grant at Conimicut Point Park to be used for continued construction of the park playground. Pictured from left more
On Tuesday morning, Rhode Island College (RIC) welcomed students, faculty, staff, alumni, state officials and community members to celebrate the much-anticipated renovation of Gaige Hall. Speakers included Governor Gina Raimondo; President Frank S nchez; more
The Community College of Rhode Island is recruiting prospective candidates for a free Fast Track to CNC Manufacturing program to begin Sept. 25. In this two-phase advanced manufacturing boot camp, students can prepare for a good-paying career in one of more
The RI Shriners will host a FUN-Raiser for Rhode Island schools on Sept. 19 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. All Rhode Island schools can win cash for their school. The top two schools with the most adult attendees will receive the largest prizes. Any school in more
The Rhode Island Building & Construction Trades Council and the Pawtucket Red Sox announced a newly formed charitable partnership, Building Baseball. By combining their talent and resources, Building Baseball aims to further advance the revitalization of more
Riding the tide John DaSilva, who frequents Conimicut Point with his camera and tripod to record the sunrise, caught this photo of a sculler as he navigated the point in an ebbing tide. (Photo courtesy of John DaSilva) more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Many local law enforcement officers and state agency representatives gathered for a "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" press conference organized by a Warwick high school senior. more
DINE AND DASH On August 16 at approximately 9:33 p.m., Officer Tyler Stone along with several members of the Warwick Police Department responded to Aroogas for a report of a party that left without paying a bill. At the scene officers were informed that more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- With summer nearly over and school scheduled to start on Tuesday, the current relationship between the Warwick Teachers Union and the school administration is anything but sunny. more
By RYAN CHAMPLIN -- The first day of junior high school can feel terrifying. For students, it can be overwhelming and make the start of the it can be overwhelming and make the start of the school year difficult... more
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