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While many officials feel it is only fair that property owners share in the cost of sewers equally rather than paying on the basis of the length of pipe along a property line, Marjorie Murphy of … more
PERFECT LANDING: Emma Beebee, 13, was all smiles …
Individuals living with special needs now have the opportunity to take over Launch Trampoline Park on Route 2 once a month during the facility’s Special Needs Day. “They get free roam of the … more
HALL
Richard Hall has been promoted to vice president of data services at Pawtucket Credit Union. His responsibilities include managing the credit union’s core processing platform and all electronic … more
CONFINEMENT Officer Christian Vargas reported that he stopped a car for taking an illegal turn onto Route 37 around 5:25 p.m. on Feb. 24. He said he ran a check on the driver and found his license … more
SUPPORTING INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE: Stephanie Gove …
In today’s day and age, it seems like one’s mind is always going, keeping track of work, appointments, schedules and everything else. To help manage stress and other ailments, Integrative Health … more
BIG WIN: Cranston native Anthony Zinno took home …
A Cranston native’s biggest win yet as a professional poker player debuted this week on national television. Anthony Zinno, 32, a graduate of Cranston High School West, won the Borgata Poker … more
POETRY EVENT RETURNS: The Warwick Museum of Art …
Warwick Museum of Art will bring back their popular poetry event, Mad Poet’s Café, starting Saturday, March 8 at the Museum. The event will occur on Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. in the main … more
For the 14th consecutive year, Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI) is hosting the Rhode Island Second Congressional District High School Art Competition. High school students who reside in the Second … more
JEANNE SHERMAN
Family Service of Rhode Island clinician Jeanne Sherman LMHC, of Warwick, will provide her expertise on military family trauma in an upcoming presentation focusing on the children and adolescents of … more
How and why do teams of architects and construction professionals turn thousands of cans of food into sculptures? People watching the building of the fifth biennial Canstruction Rhode Island … more
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