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Barnes & Noble Warwick will host author and WPRI investigative reporter Tim White for a booksigning for his book, The Last Good Heist: The Inside Story of The Biggest Single Payday in the Criminal History of the Northeast on Friday, August 12 at 6 p.m. more
The Kent Hospital Auxiliary has announced its 19th annual golf tournament held July 11 raised more than $43,000 for the hospital. The event, which hosted 122 golfers, was held at Potowomut Golf Club in Warwick. Funds raised will help launch new programs more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down seven cents this week, and are at the lowest point locally since late April, according to AAA Northeast. AAA's August 9 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $2.13 per more
Lynn Sheedy, now retired from teaching but as active as ever, is among a group of volunteers who walk dogs at the Warwick Animal Shelter. “It’s as good for me as it is for them,” said Sheedy. … more
Westbay Community Action will have more than locally grown vegetables and fruits at a series of farmers’ markets starting Aug. 17 and running through Oct. 19. “Westbay Community Action is … more
Thanks to a grant from the Rhode Island Foundation, the Warwick Public Library will offer services to homebound residents with the home delivery of books, movies and other library items. Library Director Chris LaRoux explained that a home more
AFSUSA is looking to place foreign high school aged students in area host homes for the upcoming academic year. The program has already placed eight students with Rhode Island host families and it looking for at least an additional four. Each year more more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. COYOTE BITE On Aug. 8 at 12:20 a.m., Officer Michael Harris was dispatched to Kent Hospital for the report of a coyote bite. Upon arrival, Harris spoke with the victim, who more
“I believe the average Rhode Islander still embraces the spirit of Roger Williams, of the Independent Man on the State House, of the men and women who acted out against the Gaspee,” Elizabeth … more
It may seem counterintuitive, but islands make for connections. Joan Messier, her niece Bethany Ross, and Bethany's wife, Rhea Logan, are discovering that since they adopted the island at the intersection of Sandy Lane and West Shore Road. more
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