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Never too early for Halloween Lewiston Street resident Danny Hall, who has never lost his childhood love and fascination of Halloween, makes a point of getting a jump on home decorations. He calls his place The Hall Asylum" and relishes the comments he" more
Heard of Tidewater? A recently erected sign at the intersection of Tidewater Drive and West Shore Road introduces motorists to the neighborhoods they'll traverse and places they'll find if they take the road. Riverview resident George Shuster worked more
From across the state Hundreds turned out last Wednesday night for the fundraiser to benefit Senate Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey of Warwick held at the Crowne Plaza. Those attending included a number of state and city elected officials from both more
Historic evening for history buffs Toll Gate High School had a great showing at the Rhode Island State National History Day Competition held this past spring at Rhode Island College. The following students won 1st, 2nd or 3rd places in their respective more
Looking for its rightful owner Several years ago, James Hickey found an Eastern High Class of 1979 ring. Hickey doesn't recall the circumstances surrounding finding the ring, but he located an Eastern High in Beaver, Ohio and called them to see if they more
Getting out the word to celebrate the neighborhood and “Shop Small” starting Black Friday through Cyber Monday, the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commence, with the help of American Express, … more
Coffee stop If customers to the McDonald's on Post Road opposite the former Aldrich Junior High School didn't know better, they might have thought the city's high command had set up office in the restaurant. Mayor Joseph Solomon joined Col. Rick Rathbun more
Election ready Coinciding with National Registration Day, the Warwick Public Library opened a voter registration station near the information desk on Tuesday. Decorated in red, white and blue, information on deadline dates to the 2020 elections is more
Can't dismantle the memories While rumble is all that remains of Christopher Rhodes School, the memories live on and are made all the more tangible by bricks from the school made available by home developer Hugh Fisher. Marc Berman, who attended the more
Nothing goes to waste on a farm, as John Morris knows. Unsold pumpkins along with bagels – too old to be of use at a Providence shelter – are mixed with feed for the Morris Farm herd of 10 black … more
Mayor Joseph Solomon’s visits to Warwick businesses often includes a tour of the premises, details of the operation from the owner and staff and, in the case of restaurants and breweries, a … more
A $1,000 legislative grant from Senate Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey will go a long way in ensuring that pantry shelves won’t be bare when St. Mark’s Church holds its monthly free meal and … more
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