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Bob Venturini, host and founder of the Victor J. Venturini Memorial Telethon to be held Dec. 10 from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Warwick Mall Food Court, made his rounds last week delivering boxes for Toys … more
NURSE OF THE YEAR: Cranston resident Sue Hjerpe …
Last month, Sue Hjerpe, a Cranston resident and Warwick-based visiting nurse, was named Rhode Island Nurse of the Year by the National Association for Home Care and Hospice. She was one of 10 … more
BIG BROTHER, BIG SISTER: Michael Gregson …
Michael Gregson, a Risk Architecture Senior Vice President from Providence, and Lynda White, a Human Resources Director from Cumberland, were named as Big Brother and Big Sister of the Year by Big … more
ON THE SPOT Four Providence men were arrested after Warwick Police responded to a house on Airway Road on Nov. 18. Police responded to 83 Airway Rd. on Monday after a neighbor reported that … more
During Monday’s Providence Grad Nation Summit, Rhode Island KIDS COUNT released their newest issue brief, “Improving High School Graduation Rates in Rhode Island,” which showed Warwick’s … more
AT THE HEART OF A VILLAGE: Carol Pratt will be …
Carol Pratt has a clear picture of what’s right. When her sons were students at Greenwood School, she couldn’t help but notice that the windows in the old building didn’t fully close and … more
Wickes first grade teacher Kate Harrigan says a school-wide food drive, which she coordinated, took on a life of its own. The drive ended yesterday with 1,927 cans being collected for the Westbay … more
MOBILE COMMAND: The city’s newly acquired …
When Fire Chief Edmund Armstrong, who is also the city’s emergency management director, inquired about obtaining a mobile emergency operations center, he had a moderately-sized vehicle in … more
Fearing water customers would be paying for new facilities that are not fully designed, the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) recommended an agreement on Friday that would reduce projected rate … more
NEW TO THE JOB: The new executive director of …
One of the only reasons Stephen Brunero wanted to be the new executive director of the Rhode Island Parent Information Network (RIPIN) was its reputation for being a bridge between families and the … more
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