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Team members from Price Rite will present a donation of $70,030 to representatives of the Rhode Island Community Food Bank from funds raised during the supermarket chain's annual Check-Out Hunger fundraising campaign. From October - December 2016, Price more
Where can the water go? Ward 3 Councilman Timothy Howe vented his frustration at Monday night's Council meeting over the long-standing condition on a section of Lakeshore Drive where a combination of water from wetlands on one side and Warwick Pond on more
Hair Cuttery at 615 Greenwich Avenue in Warwick will be donating back-to-school haircuts to children in need this summer through its annual Share-A-Haircut program. From August 1 to 15, for every child up to age 18 who purchases a haircut at one of the more
In the first program of its kind in the nation, local pharmacies are offering eligible consumers on-site antibiotic treatment to reduce the chance of developing Lyme disease. The initiative is the result of collaborative practice agreements among the more
Save The Bay is recruiting volunteer site leaders for the 2017 International Coastal Cleanup in Rhode Island. In particular, the organization is looking for community members to locate sites and lead cleanup efforts at small, neighborhood beaches, more
Legislation introduced by House Majority Leader K. Joseph Shekarchi would require health insurers in Rhode Island to fully cover all costs of mastectomies, including medical supplies needed subsequent to surgery. The legislation (2017-H 6294) updates more
Completes program Viansa Portesi of Warwick and a junior at LaSalle Academy recently completed the Economic History for Leaders program at Tufts University in Boston. She was one of 30 students from across the country accepted into the program run by the more
Legislation introduced by Sen. Erin Lynch Prata (D-Dist. 31, Warwick, Cranston) and Rep. Julie A. Casimiro (D-Dist. 31, North Kingstown, Exeter) that would expand the eligibility for a special license plate for Gold Star Families was signed into law by more
By ISABELLA ZAINYEH Pilgrim's Class of 2017 had many accomplishments, and the top ten students in the graduating class were no exception. They put countless hours into school or community activities, and achieved great academic recognition. In his more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) will host a series of free recreational clamming workshops this summer. The workshops, led by a local shellfisherman, review the history and value of shellfishing in Rhode Island and provide more
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