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Celebrate too much on St. Patrick's Day? Call the …
Okay, so you love St. Patrick’s Day and you’ve celebrated a little too much. And you’re not sure whether you should get behind the wheel of your car. So what should you do? Call the … more
STILL BURIED: Portions of the sidewalk on Sandy …
Many sidewalks are still obscured by mounds of snow, even though city ordinances require abutting property owners to shovel them or face a $100 fine. And this evening, City Municipal Court Judge … more
DISMEMBERED: The Payton Avenue tree is cut down.
The fourth-largest registered tulip tree in the state, which stood 121 feet high, was cut down limb by limb Tuesday despite an 11th-hour effort to save it. Michelle Danz doesn’t blame the … more
EERIE SCENE: The three-story Westgate Condominium …
A fast-moving fire quickly consumed one of the three Westgate Condominium buildings on Quaker Lane yesterday morning. Firefighters were thwarted in their efforts to fight the blaze by a lack of water … more
Fire broke out in one of the third floor units of the West Gate Condos on Bald Hill Road at about 11 Wednesday morning. The blaze quickly spread throughout the building, sending up a column of black … more
REASON TO CELEBRATE: Alfred Bettencourt, center, …
It was a celebration more than a half-century in the making. On Dec. 12, 1944, 18-year-old Pfc. Alfred Bettencourt was wounded while serving his country in France. Now 89, Bettencourt, of … more
Tri-City Elks Country line dancing every Monday is suspended until further notice. St. Patty’s Night March 14 at 7 p.m. Corned beef dinner and a performance from the DAMSHA Irish Step Dance … more
Hoxsie School sixth grader August Allaire is the winner of the state flag contest sponsored by the Rhode Island Art Education Association. A duplicate of the flag that now is displayed in the … more
Woodridge Congregational United Church of Christ will celebrate the spirit of St. Patrick and St. Joseph’s Day this Saturday with an “All You Can Eat” buffet. This family event features Irish … more
Ten Warwick Rocky Hill School upper school students have earned honors for the first semester. Earning high honors are Capri Catanzaro, Emma Joy Fitzelle-Jones, Megan Rose Caruso and Abigail Mary … more
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