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LIVER BROTHERS: Ryan Agnew shares a special bond …
When 10-year-old Ryan Agnew came home from school with a stomach ache, his family never imagined that days later he would be experiencing acute liver failure due to an unknown strand of hepatitis and … more
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As Rhode Islanders, explaining the state is not actually an island and it is not an extension of New York can be a common occurrence when traveling out-of-state. Tired of this, Roberta Humble decided … more
PATRIOTIC RELIGION: St. Kevin Church’s newly …
Tomorrow night, St. Kevin Church will host a spring concert to honor members of the military, Warwick Police, Warwick Firefighters and Color Guards, and benefit House of Hope’s Harrington Hall. … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police. JUST LEAVE, PLEASE Officer Stephen Major reported he was dispatched to Starbucks around 4:20 p.m. on May 9 for a report … more
SEEING THAT THEY FIT: Sherman School students are …
The Rhode Island Association for Justice handed out 140 helmets to Sherman School students Monday as part of its ongoing program to promote safety for kids when riding bikes or using scooters, … more
The plaza at 400 Warwick Avenue will host a day of family fun this Saturday in an effort to drum up business. Lynn Nardolillo took over The Donate Shop, which is located in the plaza, two months … more
The East Greenwich Animal Protection League will be at the Warwick Mall Community Booth for a bake sale on June 1 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Baked goods, homemade dog and cat items and many more … more
Legislation proposed in the Rhode Island House of Representatives last week could change the way many Rhode Islanders get their drinking water. House Bill 6099 would create a non-governmental … more
HAWK HONCHOS: These are just four of the many …
Longtime car buff Mike Benedetto has lined up a myriad of vehicles that range from 2013 models to old-time cars, and even antiques, for the fourth annual Bishop Hendricken High School Car Show this … more
Elite Physical Therapy has launched a cancer rehabilitation program, one of the first private physical therapy practices in Kent County to have physical therapists earn the nationally-recognized STAR … more
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