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It was recently Authors’ Week at the Westbay Children’s Center in Warwick Hilary Salk, the author of “Eavesdropping in Oberammergau,” spoke to the children about writing and how to capture … more
It's brewing. The first vat at the Apponaug Brewing Company is full, and brew master Justin Tisdale is treating it like a first born, which it is. Located at the Pontiac Mill, which is still undergoing renovations into apartments and commercial space, more
By TARA MONASTESSE A college student hailing from Warwick recently had the overseas opportunity of a lifetime. Ryan McLaughlin, a rising senior at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, participated in an involved research trip with the more
Catching those summer days Whether the fish were biting or not, there's been some great weather to be on Conimicut Point beach as evidenced by this sunset photo captured by Bob Sweeney of Warwick. more
Former governor Lincoln Chafee said Monday that he thinks Democratic candidate Matt Brown “is going to be the next governor of Rhode Island.” He also criticized governor Gina Raimondo for … more
By JOHN HOWELL The man behind many of the state's major developments, including Chapel View in Cranston and the Crowne Plaza Hotel and adjoining office buildings, is being remembered for his long-term vision. Alfred Carpionato, chairman and CEO of the more
STOLEN MONEY Officer Rose Michel met with a complainant in the lobby of police headquarters on August 16 around 1:45 p.m. to take a larceny report. The woman stated that she visited TJ Maxx and Home Goods on Bald Hill Road at approximately 10:30 a.m. She more
The Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities at Rhode Island College is soliciting applications from organizations and businesses offering social, leisure, recreational and cultural activities in Rhode Island for Access for All Abilities" (AAA)" more
By JOHN HOWELL Jody King couldn't imagine what he was looking at when he went to cast in hopes of catching a bluefish or maybe a striper. It looked like a mop hardly 20 feet off the stern. It was moving. It was alive. King, who is a shellfisherman and on more
In an effort to help save lives and assist people in crisis, the U.S. Senate today unanimously approved an amendment by U.S. Senators John Kennedy (R-LA) and Jack Reed (D-RI) to increase funding for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline by an more
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