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It was music to the ears of dog lovers from all over the region, as a bell was rung each time a dog was adopted by its new family at the 12th annual Super Dog Adoption Day event held Sunday at Balise Toyota on Post Road more
Need a little garden inspiration? The University of Rhode Island Master Gardeners have just what you're looking for. Gardeners from throughout the region are invited to attend Project Open House, a showcase of 20 demonstration gardens in all corners of more
By THERESA BROWN In addition to working day jobs at National Grid and in the marketing field, husband and wife Nicholas and Krystal Furney can often be found cruising the streets in their custom vintage flower shop on wheels. The Furneys of Warwick, own more
It was all-school performance as parents, friends and faculty of John Brown Francis School came together for a final patriotic program Wednesday night at Pilgrim High School. It has been at least five years since JBF conducted a patriotic program, but as more
During last year's growing season, local farm businesses increased the amount of fresh produce they donated to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. In 2017, farms donated 358,282 pounds of food compared to 314,855 in 2016, an increase of 43,427 pounds. more
In recognition of its longtime donors and supporters, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick's board of governors has established an endowment fund at the Rhode Island Foundation. According to a release, the board believes it is important to both invest in more
Stepping up With the help of volunteers from the junior class, the Toll Gate senior class have painted the steps between the high school and Warwick Area Career and Technical Center to read TG Pride." The project was completed on May 31. (Warwick Beacon" more
By Peder Schaefer Lincoln Chafee, citing an internal poll and lack of support from Bernie Sanders supporters, has decided not to run for U.S. Senate against Sheldon Whitehouse in the Democratic Primary next fall. In early May Chafee seemed a sure lock more
A rainbow of colors dancing across the walls of the Warwick Center for the Arts can be seen all throughout the month of June. The “Colors Dance” art exhibit by the East Greenwich Art Club, is … more
Join Christopher Scott Martin and David Norton Stone for a presentation on Rhode Island Clam Shacks at Warwick Public Library on Wednesday, June 13 at 7 p.m. In the 1800s, steamships carried hungry travelers up and down Narragansett Bay to clambakes and more
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