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A breakfast for vets Henricken teacher and coach Bill Johnston has never served in the military, but his grandfather and granduncles did. Knowing what they did, he wanted to do something to show his appreciation for those who defend our freedoms. Last more
The U.S. Small Business Administration announced its Rhode Island lending numbers for fiscal year 2017. Warwick ranked second overall in SBA lending amongst cities and towns, securing 45 SBA loans for over $13.4 million, a 77 percent increase in dollar more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up one cent this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA Northeast's November 13 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $2.58 per gallon. Rhode Island's price is two cents above the more
A tribute to veterans Veteran residents of American Assisted Living were recognized in a ceremony held Friday at the facility on Toll Gate Road. Prior to the event, Sgt. Rebecca Tarango of the Rhode Island National Guard, who was deployed to Iraq, had more
In a fashion it was a reunion Thursday at the Rotary Club of Warwick only the “silent hero,” Sgt. Donald H. Rubery, who grew up in the Norwood section of the city and died weeks after the D-Day … more
MULTIPLE LARCENIES On October 27 at approximately 8:24 a.m. Officer Michael Walker responded to the Stork's Nest Child Academy on Toll Gate Road for a larceny report. At the scene he met with the victim, who stated that she had her purse taken from the more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Hillsgrove Servicenter on Post Road has been pumping gas since 1936, but due to new regulations they won’t be any longer. That doesn’t mean they will be folding up shop. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- A total of 33 cats were taken from PAAWS RI, a nonprofit animal shelter located on Post Road, last week in what may have been a crime of passion following the dismissal of an employee. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- The Apponaug Circulator, which has become known as the Apponator, still gets one of those green spots on the governor's construction signs to let people know the project is on budget and on time. But does it do what it intended? more
By JOHN HOWELL What two mothers started as a drive to save their neighborhood school from closing this academic year has evolved into a campaign to shelve the larger elementary school consolidation plan because of conflicting data and state efforts more
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