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TOGA! TOGA! TOGA! Vets seniors Kevin Deming, …
The wonderful high school experience of Spirit Week kicked off in Warwick this week, with Warwick Veterans Memorial High School and Toll Gate High School gearing up for their Homecoming Weekends. … more
Jacob Sock, a Greenwood Elementary School fifth grader, helped to spearhead a project that resulted in a donation of $1,300 to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. With the full support of Greenwood … more
The Warwick Sewer Authority has received the New England Water Environment Association’s (NEWEA) 2013 Wastewater Utility Award and a WSA employee, Barry O’Brien, has been named the 2013 Rhode … more
On Monday, former Cranston mayor, author, documentary filmmaker and ranger Steven Laffey added yet another title to his resume: Internet radio host. Laffey, who now lives in Fort Collins, Colo., … more
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Dr. Martin Kerzer, Dr. Gregory Steinmetz and Julie Rousseau, FNPC, have announced the addition of Desirae Heys, FNPC, and Sara Brown, FNPC, to their health care team at Associates in Primary Care … more
SHINING LIGHT: Towels are among the many items …
The Woodbury Union Presbyterian Church, located in the heart of Conimicut Village in Warwick, will be opening its doors for the Annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. … more
Apponaug Babe Ruth Baseball 2014 registration and American Legion William Shields Post 43 open house with free breakfast will be held Nov. 2 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at 662 West Shore Road. Sign up your … more
HANGING OUT: Barry Bling the mannequin before he …
The folks at Baxter’s Fine Jewelry on Jefferson Boulevard expected their new billboard to attract some attention, but they had no idea how much when they used a mannequin perched on a ladder to … more
John R. McNally satisfactorily completed an eight-week course of recruit training for the U.S. Coast Guard of physical fitness and conditioning, swimming and basic seamanship, personal health and … more
Here, the gorilla – 6th grader Matt Galipeau …
Lit pumpkins lined the walkway around Scott School Tuesday night as the school PTA held its second annual pumpkin carving contest and book fair under the leadership of Amie Galipeau. Students judged … more
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