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Black pays off When Warwick Area Career and Technical Center students learned one of their own was living in a trailer after his family was burned out of their house in Warwick, they took action. The Skills USA leadership team held a black t-shirt day more
The Warwick Hi Lo Jack Card League at Buttonwoods Center and Pilgrim Poker have announced their winners. With 75 wins, Norman Cadaret takes first place in the ace division in the Hi Lo Jack Card League, followed by Reene Letellier with 74 wins and Marie more
Stephen M. Miller, of the law firm of Stephen M. Miller and Associates in Providence, has been named as the new Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless (RICH) Board of Directors president. Miller, of Lincoln, will facilitate in numerous capacities more
By JOHN HOWELL Steve Garvey was 18 when he went to work for the Warwick School Department. That was 43 years ago, and while he has no specific plans, he figures it's probably time to do something different. So, he's going to get married. The news about more
Hendricken's Kwity Paye ('17) is scheduled to play in the nationally televised Under Armour All-America High School Football game on New Year's Day after winning a nationwide competition for the final two roster spots. This prestigious honor will allow more
The dental office of Dr. Maria Saccoccio and Dr. John Wade, both Cranston residents, is celebrating a major anniversary: 30 years in business. The doctors graduated from Tufts Dental School in 1986, where they met and later married. The couple has three more
By TESSA ROY Many of Rhode Island's New Year's Day plunges are held in Newport, Jamestown or Westerly, but you won't need to travel that far to take a dip with some equally inclined people. The Rhode Island Mentoring Partnership and Little Rhodie Bully more
By MARY DOLAN A Mass of Inauguration is being planned at Saint Kevin Parish on Saturday, January 7 at 4 p.m. in honor of Warwick's newly elected officials. Mayor Scott Avedisian, along with members of the State Senate, House, City Council and School more
By TESSA ROY The East Greenwich Animal Protection League, which has had homes in East Greenwich, Cranston and Warwick might finally have a permanent home. After four location changes - each move meaning transporting animals, equipment, computers, more
Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation has announced its 2017 Eco-Depot schedule. The first collection will take place on Saturday, January 7 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at 65 Shun Pike in Johnston. This Eco-Depot is available to Rhode Island residents more
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