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DiSanto, Priest & Co of Warwick has been named as a Top New England Firm in AccountingToday’s 2014 Top 100 Firms Annual Report.  AccountingToday, a trade magazine servicing over 60,000 … more
Mayor Scott Avedisian announced Wednesday that he has named Jane Jordan director of the city’s Personnel Department. Jordan had been serving in an interim capacity since the retirement of longtime … more
SLIPPING AND SLIDING: Doug Brush is remembered as …
To honor the life and legacy of one of the school’s founders, the West Bay Christian Academy created the Doug & Evelyn Brush Scholarship Fund. The Brushes were known for their desire to provide … more
CLYDE BROWN
Warwick police are attempting to locate Clyde Brown, a 49-year-old black male who is wanted on two counts of obtaining money under false pretenses. Detectives opened an investigation after two … more
It was the demeanor of an off-duty rookie police officer following an accident on Dec. 17, 2013, that prompted a victim of the accident to contact the department’s internal affairs unit, Col. … more
AT BREAKFAST: DEM Director Janet Coit was among …
Janet Coit, director of the Department of Environmental Management (DEM), believes people will take stewardship of the environment. “I think we’re at a point where people get it,” she said … more
Buffalo Wild Wings® and the Boys & Girls Clubs are teaming up to make an impact in the lives of Warwick kids. In honor of Boys & Girls Clubs’ Club Week, the Warwick Buffalo Wild Wings at Warwick … more
SOCKS FOR THE NEEDY: Dr. Charles Cavicchio …
The Rhode Island Podiatric Medical Association (RIPMA) kicked off their “Socks for the Needy” campaign this week as part of their 100th anniversary as a medical association. “Socks for the … more
BEEMING: Viansa Portesi, Ben Kim and Ian Quinton …
Three talented musicians from Winman Junior High School were able to put their skills to the test recently as members of the 2014 Rhode Island All-State music program. Violinist Viansa Portesi … more
Citing the need to protect children from sexual predators, Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin’s legislation to create the first-ever “Child Safe Zones” in Rhode Island was set to be heard … more
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