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Michael Jarbeau, the new Narragansett Baykeeper, wants to make sure people don’t forget that there’s still work to do when it comes to Save the Bay. “We don’t want complacency to become a … more
Rejoice Carrying on a tradition started decades ago by Shawomet Baptist Church, the Norwood, Warwick Central, Lakewood and Heritage Christian Fellowship Baptist Churches conducted an Easter sunrise service at Warwick Neck light. This year was more
The Rhode Island Foundation selected a Warwick woman as one of just two recipients of its 2017 Rhode Island Innovation Fellowships. Donna Childs was chosen from nearly 200 applicants to receive $300,000 over three years to pursue their proposals for more
Conditions couldn’t have been better for the 30th annual Easter egg hunt sponsored Saturday by the Oakland Beach Association. Budget for the event where two groups of kids based on their ages … more
WAITING TO ENTER THE RING: Nine-year-old Brielle Duprut of Southwick, Mass. waits to show her Havanese at the Rhode island Kennel Club show this weekend at Thayer Arena. A FIRST FOR CADDY: Karen Scotti of Columbia, Conn. has the rapt attention of her dog more
The Warwick Wildlife and Conservation Commission will host a series of four unique natural location tours beginning in the first week of May. The tours will run weekly on Saturdays at various locations throughout the city from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. more
By TESSA ROY Rhode Island's PBS station, WSBE, will be able to expand its programming and operations thanks to $94.4 million it secured in the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) Broadcast Incentive Auction that took place over several months in more
It could have been worse A loud bang followed by a column of black smoke is how an employee of Caf Tempo at the intersection of Toll Gate and Centerville Roads described the Saturday late morning accident followed by fire to a four-unit house on Toll more
Bob Waring has a perfect view of Narragansett Parkway near Salter Grove. In fact, he looks at it just about every morning while enjoying a cup of coffee. “I’m seeing hundreds jog by the house … more
By DAWN ANDERSON A bittersweet feeling filled the air on Easter Sunday as hundreds gathered for the final Mass at St. William Church in Norwood.  “I was not even going to go, figured it … more
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