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By JOHN HOWELL Iftikhar Ahmad knows how to get the governor's attention and the president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation did it again Tuesday with the announcement of another low cost airline bringing service to Green Airport. Just six more
By TESSA ROY The highly anticipated results of mold testing at Warwick Vets were discussed at Tuesday night's School Committee meeting. A study and report conducted by Environmental Consulting and Management, Inc. found no red flags" that could indicate" more
By JOHN HOWELL For the first time since 1998, Warwick taxpayers won't see an increase in their taxes as a result of an increase in the tax rates. Saying he is a political realist in a message sent Tuesday to the City Council, Mayor Scott Avedisian said more
Rhode Island Students of the Future is offering a professional development course for teachers, informal educators and parents interested in using the LEGO EV3 robotics system to engage children in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM). more
Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) has announced that longtime banking professional Karen Seippel joins the bank as the Branch Manager, Assistant Vice President of its Centerville Road branch in Warwick. Seippel comes to BankRI from Citizens Bank, having served more
Golden anniversary Ireland's 32" Society celebrated their 50th anniversary Sunday at the RI Shrinerrs Imperial Room in Pawtuxet with 146 in attendance. The club that meets monthly from September to June at Patrick's Pub in Providence hosts annual St." more
On the track to fight cancer Hoxsie School Principal Gary McCoombs is joined by sixth graders Chloe French and Annelise Demers at the American Cancer Society Relay for Life Kent County that started Friday night and ended Saturday morning at the West more
Finding four-legged friends The mood was upbeat and remarkably free of barking, seeing that there were so many dogs, at Sunday's Always Adopt event held at Balise Toyota in Warwick. Pre-approved adopters got the first pick of the pups, which was followed more
By JEN COWART The students in James Gemma and Stephanie Gallagher's fifth-grade classes listened intently and respectfully last week as Cpl. Matthew Bradford, a Marine who lost both his legs, his eyesight and partial use of one hand in 2007 when he more
The J. Arthur Trudeau Memorial Center will honor the legacy of long-time board member Senator Bill Walaska with a memorial fund in his name. The Senator Bill Walaska Pathways Pioneer Fund will be announced in the Senate Lounge on June 14 at 3 p.m., with more
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