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RIDES ROBBED A Sunset Avenue resident recently found that their cars had been broken into. On November 1 around 8:15 a.m., Officer Russell Brown responded to the residence and spoke with the victim, who stated that both of his vehicles were parked in the more
The former Lockwood Junior High School is one example of what Aldrich Junior High School could become, says principal planner Richard Crenca. With the construction of Winman Junior High in the 1970s, Lockwood was closed. It sat empty for more
Kenneth Smith, a retired Navy veteran, loved those in the military who served this country. He was the perfect man for the volunteer job of helping start and run the lounge for members of the military, veterans and their families at T.F. more
One of Warwick’s own has high hopes of bringing new legislature to the state of Rhode Island. Tim Lemire is a Warwick native and a professional writer currently residing in Providence. His … more
This month's supermoon is one for the record books, as it's the largest and brightest moon seen in the sky since 1948. On November 13 and 14, the moon was at its perigee-the closest point to earth during its orbit-and will not more
Five suspicious leaf bag fires were reported throughout the Buttonwoods neighborhood Sunday afternoon through Monday morning. Reports of fires came from Inez Avenue, Metropolitan Drive, Asylum Road and Wethersfield Drive. The fires more
Providence Children's Museum introduces a playfully reimagined version of its popular Coming to Rhode Island exhibit, which offers an interactive, time-traveling exploration of stories of the state's history of immigration. The exhibit opens to the more
Mayor Allan Fung officially welcomed NetCenergy, experts in information technology, to the Cranston business community on Nov. 2. The move was part of the company's ongoing expansion. NetCenergy's new office is located at more
An eerie silence settled over the crowd at Oaklawn Grange. The polls had been closed for more than 40 minutes, yet there were no results. People looked up from their cell phones, did someone have … more
Learn how to organize closets at a talk by professional organizer Kristin MacRae at Warwick Public Library on Tuesday, November 15 at 7 p.m. In MacRae's opinion, closets should not be unruly beasts that hide what you need and hang onto things you don't. more
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