September 21, 2014
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Thundermist Health Center’s Annual Duck Race will be held Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Royal Mills Riverpoint, 125 Providence Street in West Warwick. All proceeds will benefit Thundermist … more
Edward Geick, general manager of the Olive Garden in Warwick, has been presented with Darden Restaurants’ top honor – the Joe R. Lee Diamond Club Award, named after the company’s first chairman … more
HEFTY CHECK: Governor Lincoln Chafee and Rhode …
Municipalities got some good news in the form of money Monday morning, and some less than good news that the checks from Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) are less than what they … more
CHANGING TIMES: Vallee provided a graph during …
While many people may be worried about change in sea levels and our coastline, David Vallee has a warning about our rivers. Vallee, who grew up in West Warwick, is the hydrologist-in-charge at … more
HEALTHY AMBASSADOR: Angelina Antonizio, 11, a …
Angelina Antonizio, 11, a sixth grader at Sherman Elementary School, has a football signed by New England Patriots defensive back and kickoff returner Devin McCourty. But it’s not only because … more
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Not only is Amy Acton, RN, the executive director of The Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, she relates to the people she serves, as she endured a burn injury. Acton, who lives in Michigan where … more
THE FULL SPREAD: The news media got to see what …
National Grid crew leader David Sanford picked up a thick rubber glove from an array of tools spread out on the asphalt in front of one of the white utility trucks. From the looks of it, he was … more
In response to the vigorous statewide debate over the use of the NECAP test as a high school graduation requirement and a broader national debate over standardized testing, two youth advocacy groups … more
YOUTH OF YEAR: Brianna Bier, a student at Vets …
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Warwick kicked off its program Thursday at Jordan’s Furniture at the Warwick Mall with a celebration of its “youth of the year,” recognition of key staff and the … more
Winman Junior High School science teacher Carolyn Higgins was one of three teachers statewide to be named a finalist for a Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching. She and her peers … more
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