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GETTING THE FACTS: Nick Furney, a laborer with …
A natural gas leak outside the John Wickes Elementary School at no time endangered school personnel or students, said Superintendent Richard D’Agostino. He said the smell of gas was detected … more
Burger King restaurants in Warwick, Cranston and Johnston raised more than $30,000 of the $142,000 from the 64 Jan Companies operated restaurants in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and … more
BALANCE BIKES: Ebru shows an example of a balance …
They sell bikes without pedals and believe in teaching children how to ride without training wheels. Warwick residents Ebru and Ivan Altinbasak recently opened WeeBikeShop, LLC at 3566 Post Road. … more
St. Kevin Church will hold its annual bazaar Nov. 9 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Bishop Hendricken High School. As with prior bazaars, the event features a vendor area plus handcrafted items, baked goods … more
IN THE SPIRIT: Central RI Chamber Sales and …
Coastway Community Bank received rave reviews for hosting the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours last Wednesday at their branch at 3830 Post Rd. “Great event, great … more
ON SITE: Congressman James Langevin talks with …
Small is good. In fact, Fielding Manufacturing in Cranston believes the future is in very small, like parts that are no bigger than the width of a blade of grass. On Monday afternoon, Steve … more
DAY OF GRAY: To help promote art appreciation, …
Greenwood Elementary students are full of unique ideas. They spearheaded fundraisers like “Day of Gray” to prove how bland life would be without color and art, and “Think Pink” to support … more
Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian has been re-elected as the secretary of Ocean States Charities Trust, a public foundation with its headquarters at The Hope Artiste Village in Pawtucket. Helen … more
Pamela A. Greene, ’90, and Meredith Strokes Calcagni, ’04, both Warwick residents, will serve on the board of Providence College’s National Alumni Association Board of Governors for 2013-14. … more
While the 2013-2014 flu season is off to a slow start, the Rhode Island Department of Health (DOH) is still promoting the need for vaccinations because flu season is always an unpredictable one. … more
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