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Wrapping up Christmas is a joint effort for members of the Warwick Rotary Club and one accomplished with alacrity.The objective is to pack 100 baskets that will go to needy families and individuals … more
Teaming up for kids Toys are what come to mind when people are asked how they can help families at Christmas. Indeed, toys are welcome, but Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) also realize many of the families they work with can use basic supplies more
'It's just a number' That's what Barbara Read said when asked Sunday how it feels to turn 100. She celebrates her birthday today. Barbara grew up in Edgewood and attended Cranston High School - now Cranston East - and Bryant College before taking a more
On stage this weekend Rhode Island Youth Theatre will present "e;Annie Jr."e; at the Park Theatre, 848 Park Avenue, Cranston, Saturday, December 21 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 22 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at www.RIYT.org or at the door. more
Lights in Conimicut City crews rushed to finish Donovan Park in the center of Conimicut Village for Friday's annual tree lighting held by the Conimicut Village Association and they did it by the time association president Virginia Barham gave the more
Stepping up to help others As he has done for years, Don Rodrigues recently held a holiday karate tournament to collect toys for needy children at the karate academy bearing his name. Contestants brought a toy as an entry fee, enabling Rodrigues to more
From tenderfoot to Eagle Timothy Gardner of Troop 1 Warwick has climbed through the ranks of scouting and now is reaching to achieve the ultimate rank of Eagle. As an Eagle project, he set the goal of collecting 500 pairs of socks to be distributed at more
Celebrating 90 years Jennie Gallo celebrated her 90th birthday earlier this month with a party at her house. In attendance were her four children - Sandra Hayes, Beverly Mullins, Michael Gallo and Dave Gallo - as well as 10 grandchildren and 12 more
Christmas spirit As snow fell on Dec. 1, congregants of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church and Warwick Central Baptist Church gathered in Apponaug's Dorothy Mayor Park for a Christmas tree lighting. (Submitted photo) more
Community event For the second consecutive year, Norwood Baptist Church hosted a pancake breakfast for Norwood School students and their families. The event, bringing in more than 120 kids and their families, was held in the church Saturday morning. more
Neighborly CEO Fred Reinhardt (second from left) and Greenwood Credit Union's staff recently presented its community partner and Post Road neighbor Thrive Behavioral Health with gifts that will be given to its Youth & Family clients during its annual more
An Eagle project Antonio Riccio, a senior at Pilgrim High School, has been involved in Boy Scouts since 2011. He was a member of Cub Scout Pack ???? in Apponaug until he joined … more
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