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A happening place More than 4,000 people came through the doors of the Rhode Island Shriners and the Scottish Rite Cathedral in the first three hours of the fourth annual FEZ-tival of Trees Saturday. The people kept coming to buy raffle tickets on the more
Celebrate the season with malfunctioning furnaces, major awards, pink bunny suits and BB guns in A Christmas Story, the sidesplitting comedy about the holidays during a simpler time at Warwick Library on Thursday, December 7 at 7 p.m. Based on humorist more
The Centreville Bank Charitable Foundation has presented Ronald McDonald House Providence with a $10,0000 grant for the Adopt-a-Room program, supporting the new Day Room in the 28-bedroom facility. We are delighted to have Centreville Bank Charitable" more
Black Friday kicks off the shopping spirit at Warwick Mall Warwick Mall was humming Friday as shoppers turned out to snap up deals of the season, starting early in the morning. The parking lots were packed and the mood was festive - how could it not be more
A run before the feast With every Thanksgiving the Rotary Club of Warwick Turkey Trot has gotten bigger and this year was no exception. Nearly 400 people started showing up as early as 7 a.m. to run and walk the 5K loop in City Park beginning an hour more
Mayor Scott Avedisian will join Kent County Supervisor Chris Imbriglio, Police Col. Stephen McCartney and members of the community to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Kent County Reentry Council at 11 a.m. today at the Council Chamber of the City more
Students at Bishop Hendricken and St. Mary Bay View Academy will make history when they talk with astronauts on the International Space Station via Amateur Radio at exactly 12:02 p.m. on Thursday. This will be the first contact of its kind with a Rhode more
During the 2016-17 school year, along with other talented music students across the United States and overseas in military base schools, Jason Tuttle from Pilgrim High School practiced to gain a part in his local, district and state music honor more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Aram Garabedian wasn't expecting to get the call from the Rhode Island Secretary of State's Office in October - he hasn't been a politician in years - but was very happy to discover he was nominated as one of three individuals to more
Have you ever looked up at the night sky and wondered what stars you were seeing? What constellation patterns are being made overhead? Skyscraper member Francine Jackson will introduce the skies of late autumn and winter by showing step by step how, by more
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