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By JOHN HOWELL While Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur likes to be kept abreast of issues pertaining to his ward and the city, at least for the time being he won't be notified of every emergency run affecting his constituents. Ladouceur requested of Fire more
By ETHAN HARTLEY If a $40 million bond for school improvements passes successfully through the Rhode Island legislature and is then voted upon favorably by the residents of Warwick, it will result in the ability to bring all 12 necessary fire alarm more
The Good Neighbor Energy Fund is issuing an appeal for donations due to a heightened need from local households that are in crisis and seeking heating assistance. To help “Warm Thy Neighbor,” … more
It all adds up 99 Restaurants recently presented the Warwick Boys and Girls Club with a check for $8,203 that represents the funds raised by their Cranston and Westerly locations for the club. The Cranston 99 recently visited the Boys & Girls Clubs of more
As Bank Rhode Island (BankRI) prepares for the opening of its new branch on Jefferson Boulevard in early March - a relocation of its Centerville Road branch, which will be closing - the Bank has announced new leadership at its Buttonwoods location at more
You won't get bored Board games, and the people who love to play them, were the nature of Captain Con held this past weekend at the Crowne Plaza. The event attracted players from across the country, including Brendan Neuhaus, who car-pooled with fellow more
It was a combination of chance and inspiration that led Andrew Grover to build scaled-down LEGO models of the closed Aldrich and Gorton Junior High Schools. The plastic pieces of architectural art … more
Cranston Mayor Allan Fung’s father, Kwong-Wen Fung, died over the weekend at 89 years old due to complications from Parkinson’s disease, which Mayor Fung said he’s had a “long battle … more
The New England Institute of Technology is offering two new master's degree programs as part of its College of Graduate and Professional Studies. Designed for working professionals seeking to advance their careers or recent graduates, the Master of more
Michael Muller, PharmD, BCPPS, a clinical pharmacist specialist in neonatology at Women & Infants Hospital was recently recognized as the Health System Pharmacist of the Year by the Rhode Island Society of Health System Pharmacists. This is the society's more
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