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By MERI R. KENNEDY More than 700,000 Americans are living with a brain tumor. This year, nearly 80,000 people will be diagnosed with a primary brain tumor - one that begins in, rather than spreads to, the brain. Warwick resident Caroline Caprio received more
Senate OKs bill for pilot program using Medicaid to house chronically homeless The Senate passed legislation (2019-S 0024) sponsored by Senate Health and Human Services Committee Chairman Joshua Miller (D-Dist. 28, Cranston, Providence) to launch a pilot more
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 111 West Shore Road, is holding a May Breakfast May 4 from 8-11 am. Adults $8, children 5-12 $4, children under 5 free. Menu includes scrambled eggs, bacon, ham, home fries, pancakes, muffins, hot and cold beverages. Please more
Eggs with a scene As a fourth quarter project and in time for Easter, culinary students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center created panoramic sugar eggs. Entirely edible, the eggs offer an inner scene featuring a variety of scenes, but most more
1st Lt. Mayra Raposo, of West Warwick, accepted command of the West Bay Composite Squadron, Rhode Island Wing, Civil Air Patrol, during a ceremony held April 4. Raposo's appointment as commander follows the term completion of previous commander Capt Paul more
Children's Wishes has partnered with Mighty Well, a program that pairs Wish Kids with Mighty Well Mentors who have experienced living with a serious illness. Mighty Well's CEO, Emily Levy, is a Rhode Island native and her battle with Chronic Neurological more
Rhode Island’s only competitive show choir, Bishop Hendricken High School’s “Paramount,” recently completed its 2019 season with the strongest season record of any small mixed division group … more
On Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Save The Bay will kick off its celebration of the organization's 50th anniversary with a free, community-wide Earth Day Birthday Party at Easton's Beach in Newport, R.I. The family-friendly event will start more
By KYLIE McALEER Bella Bianco didn't know if she would be able to make a difference when she started her senior volunteer service project at The Prout School, but by the end of her campaign she had changed the life of a stranger from halfway across the more
SUSPENDED LICENSE Just after 5:30 p.m. on April 7, Officer Derek Mourato was traveling on East Avenue when he observed a vehicle take the East Avenue on-ramp from Bald Hill Road. The vehicle was operating at a high rate of speed and cut across three more
The Justice System Training and Research Institute at Roger Williams University in Bristol, in partnership with the New England Association of Chiefs of Police, recently recognized Sergeant Matthew Higgins of the Warwick Police Department for the more
By JOHN HOWELL The air was stale. Produce bins were less than full, and the fruit looked tired. There were no green bananas. The robot was parked in its station, its two pairs of green lights glowing. Checkout lanes were empty, but the lights were on at more
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