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The work of Warwick artist Carol Sheldon.
The artists of West Bay Open Studio (WBOS) invite the public to the opening reception: “Taste of the Tour” on Sept. 11 from 6-8 p.m. at the Warwick Museum of Art in Apponaug. The exhibit … more
Warwick Museum of Art (WMOA), 3259 Post Road, is helping West Bay Open Studios (WBOS) celebrate the 5th anniversary of their popular Studio Tours with a "taste of the tour" exhibit that runs through … more
MEETING THE PUBLIC: Following his announcement he …
Yesterday afternoon, Governor Lincoln Chafee gathered members of the press in front of the Department of Motor Vehicles in Cranston to announce that he would not seek re-election in 2014. Rather … more
KELLY FREDERICKS
Where his predecessor was a problem solver intent on concluding more than a decade of community debate and giving Green Airport a longer runway, Kelly Fredericks is the salesman focused on expanding … more
DOWN FROM THE HEIGHTS: The crew working on the …
In a couple of weeks the dome of Warwick City Hall will be as shiny as a newly minted penny. You won’t get the full view of this copper cap for some time because the scaffolding that has … more
REVITALIZING THE BAY: Robert Morvillo hopes to …
Bob Morvillo has lived most of his life on Conimicut Point, overlooking Narragansett Bay. He, like many from the area, recalls shellfishing with his family as a kid. Now, Morvillo hopes to help … more
Barnes & Noble Warwick will host New York Times best-selling author Chris Bohjalian for a talk, discussion and book signing for his newest book, “The Light In The Ruins,” Thursday, Sept. 12 at 7 … more
SHOPLIFTING A Cranston woman was charged with shoplifting at the Hobby Lobby at 945 Ball Hill Rd. on Sept. 2. A loss prevention agent at the store told police he saw the woman placing a variety … more
Continuing its fundraising efforts, R.I. Polonia Scholarship Foundation is sponsoring a 12-day trip to Poland in 2014, a wonderful opportunity to see this beautiful country. All are welcome to come … more
FOUR CORNERS IN 1905: This is one of three panels …
Just when it looked like the mystery of the Apponaug mural was solved; it took a new twist. “It looks like we’re back to square one,” Jan Marshall of the City Clerk’s office said last … more
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