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Look closely, your eyes can’t be deceiving you. That’s a robin and it’s right here in Buttonwoods. Tim Forsberg, who took the photo, said he’s been watching the bird eat the berries off his … more
CHALLENGERS: Pictured from left are Andrew …
For the third consecutive year, Amica Insurance is partnering with The Rhode Island Food Bank, United Way of Rhode Island and Crossroads Rhode Island for the Amica $75,000 Community Challenge. … more
ALL TO OURSELVES: While known for its large …
David Hall is good with details and a plan. David runs a bed and breakfast in Whitianga as well as New Zealand Encounters, the agency my son, Jack, called when he found he could fit in a vacation … more
There’s no better story than a tale of a little guy who wins. Four uplifting films about underdogs who triumph at football, basketball, boxing and hockey will be shown at the Warwick Public Library … more
Jessie B. Cox Charitable Trust recently designated three grants, totaling $390,000, to Thundermist Health Center to initiate a three-year plan to bring Community Health Access Teams (CHATs) to each … more
MAYOR OF COFFEE: Warwick’s Mayor Avedisian …
Last Friday morning Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian, Pawtucket Mayor Don Grebien, Speaker of the House Nicholas Mattiello and House Majority Leader John DeSimone forgave their suit jackets for aprons … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police. DISORDERLY Officer Aaron Kay reported a call about a disturbance at the Burger King at 2615 West Shore Rd. on Feb. 3. … more
Kevin J. Dale of Warwick graduated from the United States Army basic training and advance individual training in infantry at Fort Benning, Georgia on Oct. 17. Dale is the son of Kenneth and Lori Dale … more
A THIRD GENERATION: Gerard Bucci Jr. is following …
Who would imagine that playing cards and a few glasses of wine with one of Warwick’s most powerful industrialists at the time would lead to shipping ice cream to China. That’s one way of … more
Rhode Island had the highest child poverty rate in New England as of 2013, with 21.5 percent, or 44,923, of the Ocean State’s children living below the poverty line. Those figures are according … more
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