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With blizzard-like conditions forecast for tomorrow, schools will be closed, as will the Pilgrim Senior Center, Mickey Stevens Sports complex, and Thayer Arena. The mayor’s office also announced … more
The grave of Ambrose Taylor, an original member of the Pawtuxet Rangers, thought to be lost to history has been found, repaired and rededicated thanks to the efforts of volunteers from throughout the state. Located in a small plot on more
The Diocese of Providence made official this week what St. William Church parishioners knew would happen. The diocese announced that due to a steady and sharp decline in the number of registered parishioners, increasing financial debt and dwindling more
Dunkin Donuts and its franchisees across Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts recently announced the 22nd annual Dunkin Donuts Scholarship Program supporting area high school seniors preparing for college. Dunkin Donuts will award $1,000 each to more
Friends of Warwick Ponds will present Monitoring Water Quality in Warwick Pond and Warwick Pond's Yearly Fish Run Tuesday, March 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the Warwick Public Library. The event will feature presentations from Linda Green, Director of URI more
By TESSA ROY A man dressed in Elvis Presley garb while fighting a chupacabra sounds like a totally unimaginable situation, but it's perfect fodder for a scene in a new comic book created by a local artist. Big Jackson Vol. 1: Opening Act, the brainchild more
Fr. Anthony Ciorra, an author and professor who gives workshops and retreats throughout the United States, the Middle East and Europe, will lead St. Gregory the Great's Lenten Mission Sunday, March 19 to Tuesday, March 21. The mission's theme is A" more
By OLIVIA PERREAULT Amongst the regular hustle and bustle of the Warwick Mall this Saturday, children of all ages were huddled together listening to guest speakers read some of their favorite books. The National Education Association Rhode Island more
By TESSA ROY Toll Gate's drama club has far more than 13 students putting on its latest production. Advisor Tim Hayes said the club got an influx of students after consolidation, many of who were involved in drama in middle school and wanted to continue more
By JOHN HOWELL Super Storm Sandy was the worst. Jeff Baris had been following the storm. He had lots on his mind. As the city's Harbormaster he was concerned of the storm's effects on the city's waterfront and how it would impact marinas and the many more
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