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The 22nd annual Narragansett Spring Scramble For SIDS is scheduled for Friday, May 23 at 8 a.m. at the North Kingstown Public Golf Course, and registration is open now. The cost is $125 per … more
FOOD AND FRIENDSHIP: Among the 400-plus people …
Meet. Mingle. Mangia. That’s what upwards of 400 people did last Wednesday evening during the Rotary Club of Warwick’s fourth annual Gourmet Gala, which has become so popular the two-hour-plus … more
A man police say is a top gang member is facing charges after the Cranston Police Special Investigations Unit seized 18 pounds of marijuana in a Tuesday bust. Nirandone Sitthirath, 36, of 35 … more
Samuel D. Hunter’s “A Bright New Boise” is one of those bright new plays that some will love and others will hate, some will get and some won’t, and some will relate to while others will find … more
Warwick School's Request for Proposal …
Saturday morning marked the first meeting for the School Committee’s subcommittee tasked with drafting a Request For Proposal (RFP) for a long-term planning consultant to study the school district. … more
Homeowners came a step closer to getting a reprieve from dramatic increases in flood insurance rates with U.S. Senate passage last Thursday of the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act. The … more
The 12th annual Buckeye Brook Direct Fish Count will kick off this week, with opportunities for volunteers to receive training: Thursday evening from 5 to 6 and Saturday morning from 10 to 11. … more
HEARING PLAN: Planning board members James …
John C. Revens, an attorney representing Richard Miga, Jr., owner and operator of Brentwood Nursing Home and Sunny View Nursing Home, both in Warwick, and who wishes to build a four-story, 74-room … more
SEWERS HELP: Vets High freshman Angus Nathan won …
Do sewers really reduce, or eliminate, pollution from ponds and streams, or do septic systems and cesspools do the job? That sounds like a question that might be asked by those debating the need … more
BULLET HOLE Officer Brian Murray reported that hotel workers at the Motel 6 on Jefferson Boulevard had no idea when someone shot a hole in a third floor window at the hotel on March 2. The manager … more
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