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The Ocean State Center for Independent Living will host a free Lunch & Learn Workshops in June. This month's workshops are specifically for men living with disability who would like to share in an open and honest dialogue about the issues they face in more
“We can’t return,” reads a line inside the 1974 Gryphon. “We can only look behind from where we came!” On Saturday, June 15, there will be plenty of looking back – reminiscing of what … more
She won't float, but she'll be sailing There wasn't much time, but that didn't stop a group from St. Timothy Church from starting construction Monday on a float for this Saturday's Gaspee Days parade. Lending impetus to the project of building the cutout more
Historian and musician Lloyd Kaplan will offer a three-part series on Duke Ellington: 50 Years of Extraordinary Jazz at Warwick Public Library on Tuesdays, June 11, 18 and 25 at 7 p.m. A popular and essential jazz musician, Duke Ellington changed what more
Five Warwick police recruits were members of the class of 33 recruits to graduate last week from the Rhode Island Municipal Police Training Academy. The 33 graduates will serve in 16 law enforcement agencies throughout Rhode Island: Charlestown, more
“Assemblages” by Michele Keir of Warwick will be on display June 6 through July 3 at the BankRI branch at One Turks Head Place in downtown Providence. There is a Gallery night reception on … more
By JOHN HOWELL After months of trading different perspectives on the future of Rhode Island health systems - often laced with dire predictions that Rhode Islanders could face more costly and vastly diminished services - Gov. Gina M. Raimondo has asked more
By ETHAN HARTLEY By the time all business had been handled and everyone who wanted a chance to speak at the podium was heard, Ward 5 City Councilman Ed Ladouceur did not get to bang his gavel to adjourn the finance committee meeting, of which he sits as more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The threat of schools being unable to afford to offer any sports programs next school year - as they wrangle with a projected $7.7 million deficit in the upcoming fiscal year that runs from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020 - has caused an more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick City Council intergovernmental committee has approved a resolution for a vote of no confidence in Warwick Public Schools finance director Anthony Ferrucci, citing specific instances of what they deem to be fiscal more
By JOHN HOWELL Kyla Jones stepped outside the tax collector's office and into the hallway of the former Greene School, which has served as city offices since the annex behind City Hall was forced to close because of a burst water pipe in January 2018. more
Straight from the pages More than 300 Holliman students made up Tuesday's reading parade organized by reading specialist Ali Kanaczet and held at the Pilgrim track. Kanaczet started planning for the event last fall, gaining approvals from Holliman more
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