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Homes RI, a statewide coalition of housing, health and education advocates dedicated to creating a substantial increase in the supply of safe, healthy and affordable homes in Rhode Island, will host … more
The Community College of Rhode Island's Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) chapter is hosting two holiday raffles this week at the Warwick and Providence campuses to raise money for the club's annual donation to the Tomorrow Fund to support more
The original stories of Christmas are not toned-down, pasted-together children's stories. They are not part of the first Christian creeds, and they do not agree in details. In their first forms they are scandalous, border-breaking, and sharply political more
Stocking community food pantries For the fourth consecutive year PCU recently donated a total of $10,000 to the following local food pantries/charities: Blackstone Valley Community Action Program (CAP), Blackstone Valley Emergency Food Center, Cranston more
Slide where you can A hill behind St. Barnabas Church in Apponaug and an untouched blanket of snow provided perfect sliding conditions for Quinn and Archer Sullivan. Their father, Tom, kept a watchful eye. His role was minor as the kids were fully more
By ROB OATLEY The Friends of Pawtuxet Village will celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah at their annual tree and Menorah lighting ceremonies starting this weekend. The tree lighting ceremony will occur Saturday, December 7 from 5 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. in more
Coutu Bros. Movers, located in Warwick since 1940, has nearly doubled its capacity with the purchase of MGM Express Movers, of North Kingstown. The acquisition enabled Coutu to increase the number of trucks from four to seven and the number of employees more
This Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, the Rhode Island Community Food Bank will open its doors for the annual Holiday Food Drive & Open House. Guests will be invited to take tours and enjoy holiday music and cheer at the Food Bank located at 200 Niantic more
The Warwick Police Department is looking for nurses, teachers and those who have maybe thought of becoming a police officer but never imagined they would be suited for the job. Deputy Chief Mark Ullucci refers to them as "e;fence sitters,"e; and in more
A full city crew, including the Department of Public Works and drivers from the Water and Sewer departments, were out early Tuesday morning for the first significant snow of the season. Acting … more
The City Council couldn’t say “no” Monday night to improving roads – and doing it with practically free money. By a vote of 8-1, the council approved what has been dubbed by the … more
DUI: Shortly before 10 p.m. on Nov. 26, Officer Kyle J. Fitzsimmons was traveling south on Greenwich Avenue near its intersection with East Avenue when he observed a vehicle following his cruiser “very closely.” more
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