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Rhode Island veterans have a new home in Warwick. The Office of Veterans Affairs that will serve the state's approximately 72,000 veterans opened on Thursday. On its inaugural day, the new office was packed. Mayor Scott Avedisian, Brigadier more
Kevin O’Connor, host of PBS’s “This Old House,” joined the folks of Rhode Island Kitchen & Bath in Warwick Sept. 15. He offered tips and tricks at the remodeling seminar hosted by RIKB. … more
Still getting together Although they have retired and Greene Elementary School has long closed as part of consolidation, Greene School teachers make a habit of staying in touch with each other. A group, as pictured here, gathered on Sept. 14 at Iggy's more
On September 23, the Rhode Island Community Food Bank will host its second Empty Bowls, an annual event that brings together more than 750 Rhode Islanders to raise awareness and much needed funds to ensure that no one in our state goes hungry. Last year, more
Superintendent Philip Thornton will be the guest speaker at the Sept. 21 meeting of the Norwood Neighborhood Association at 7 p.m. at the Norwood Boys & Girls Club on Frederick Street. Thornton will present his vision on the future of Warwick schools as more
When the Boston Globe's investigative Spotlight team, which was featured in a movie of that name, sent a questionnaire to 200 independent schools about sexual abuses at their institution, the six Rhode Island schools chose collectively not more
Inspired by her mother's recent battle with breast cancer, a Cranston resident has raised $10,400 to support the financial needs of other local women in treatment. Cait Amirault recently donated the funds to The Breast Health Center at Kent Hospital's more
Project Undercover, the only organization in Rhode Island that works exclusively to reduce diaper need, promised its 2nd Annual Taste of Summer fundraiser would be bigger and better - and it delivered. The all-volunteer nonprofit's largest event of the more
BURNED BUDS The aromatic smell of fresh and burned marijuana recently led to a driver being cited for possession. In a report filed by Officer Thomas Greene, on August 28 around 6 p.m. he was … more
Friday's recount of the Ward 7 primary race did not change the outcome, although it took the state Board of Elections three tries before the results were declared official. In the four-way contest, which has determined who will be the councilman as there more
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