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No money? No matter. Game on. The Toll Gate women's soccer team has been taking their future in their own hands in spite of not knowing whether or not they will be able to field a team and play games next year due to drastic budget cuts. They have been more
All smiles no matter the weather The Oakland Beach branch of the Boys and Girls Club hosted its annual cookout on Friday, June 21, with food supplied by the Cranston 99 Restaurant. Inclement weather forced the approximately 150 kids to be served indoors, more
Cutting out hunger Thanks to generous Price Rite customers, Price Rite handed over a check for $57,267 to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank on Thursday. From November to January, cashiers at the six Rhode Island Price Rites asked customers for one-, more
`Welcome to our table' Tavolo Wine Bar & Tuscan Grille, 2099 Post Road next to the Radisson Hotel, is the third Rhode Island restaurant owners Sherri and Leonard Mello have opened. Tavolo is best known for their classic Italian fare and boasts big city" more
Off to a good start Giving recent high school graduates a jump on continuing their educations, the Rotary Club of Warwick awarded $2,500 scholarships to three college-bound students at their June 20 meeting. The club solicited scholarship applicants from more
Autism awareness Autistic children and adults can be traumatized by unexpected situations and conditions, and recognizing that and knowing how to deal with it can avoid stress and, quite possibly, injury. That was the message brought to Warwick more
Community effort The Conimicut Village Community Police Substation recently got a fresh new look thanks to members of the Conimicut Village Association. Here they pose with Community Police Officer Mark Jandreau in front of the substation on West Shore more
Straight from the farm Clouds Hill in Cowesett is host to the state's newest farmers market, open Sundays from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. through Sept. 22. With rain in the forecast, the market was on the slow side this past Sunday, but a week earlier with more
By ERIN O'BRIEN Aunt Dee was in town from San Diego for a few days, on her first visit to New England. After sunny days spent seeing a Newport mansion, strolling along the Cliff Walk, imagining Rocky Point Park in its glory days, and taking in a game at more
Fighting pain naturally On Thursday, June 13, the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce stopped in at the CBD Store of RI, which recently opened at 1851 Post Road in Warwick, to celebrate with an official ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome the new more
Otherworldly skills Students and instructors at the Warwick Area Career and Tech Center have recently completed work on a scaled model of the lunar command module that helped bring the first men to walk on the moon back to Earth after a successful more
Always has a smile May Otis, who celebrated her 100th birthday May 22 was the life of a party in her honor at West Shore Health Center. An avid reader who enjoys her weekly book club has been a wonderful addition to the West Shore family, according to more
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