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Mayor Joseph Solomon announced on Thursday evening that he had reached a tentative, three-year contract with the Warwick Fire Department, which had been without a contract since its last collective bargaining agreement expired on July 1, 2018. more
Paul Tremblay offered those attending Saturday’s Woodbury Union Church bazaar a sampling of the honey harvested from his Conimicut hives. The bazaar, featuring lighthouse-themed gifts among a wide … more
Next week, the Community College of Rhode Island will host a free poetry reading with three celebrated local poets, including Sussy Santana, the first Latino recipient of the prestigious Rhode Island … more
Applications for the third year of the Prepare Rhode Island (PrepareRI) Internship Program are now available and will be accepted through December 31. Launched in the summer of 2018, the PrepareRI … more
A $1,000 legislative grant from Senate Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey will go a long way in ensuring that pantry shelves won’t be bare when St. Mark’s Church holds its monthly free meal and … more
London Bridge Learning Center, the East Greenwich non-profit school for infants to 5 years old is holding their 10th annual Gingerbread House Decoration Fundraiser on December 1st at the East … more
Mayor Joseph Solomon’s visits to Warwick businesses often includes a tour of the premises, details of the operation from the owner and staff and, in the case of restaurants and breweries, a … more
On Sunday, November 10, parishioners at Saints Rose and Clement Church celebrated their second annual Veterans Day observance. Led by Father Andrew Messina, the Mass honored parishioners, family, … more
If the old adage “Good things come in threes” holds true to form, Saturday’s St. Barnabas Church Holiday Bazaar could be the best in recent memory. For starters, the annual pre-Christmas … more
The second part in a two-part series on solving the climate crisis being held at the Warwick Public Library will take place Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. when Sharon Gold from international advocacy group … more
The process began in March when 370 people expressed intentions to join the Rhode Island Department of Sheriffs. That often-grueling journey, which included a rigorous seven-week recruit training … more
Centreville Bank will kick off its 16th annual “Toys for Tots” campaign November 18. The drive runs through December 7. New, unwrapped gifts will be accepted at all seven Centreville … more
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