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By JOHN HOWELL Don Ryan knows how to make pizza, spinach pies, meatball grinders and a score of tasty delights. Many people know that and have been customers of Don's Pizza on Warwick Avenue since it opened in 1982. Don says the fare isn't going to more
Chris Sanford, owner of PuroClean Disaster Restoration in Warwick was awarded PuroClean's Brand Promise Award at the company's recently held convention at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan. It is an honor to be" more
Rhode Island State Police on Aug. 9 announced multiple arrests as part of “Operation Heat.” The investigation – which officials said remains ongoing – involved three months of court-authorized wiretapping. more
A night to remember JPD Captain Christopher Correia, who coordinated Tuesday's National Night Out, joins Pawtucket Red Sox mascot Paws and some of the many children who were also in attendance in War Memorial Park. For more coverage and photos, turn to more
With the exception of a few heavy drops, the rain held off Tuesday for the National Night Out event held at the Oakland Beach Commons featuring displays and exhibitions by police, firefighters, and numerous community groups and concluding with a more
Edgewood Yacht Club was a hub of activity Wednesday morning as nearly 100 young sailors, their parents and their boats - 8-foot long Optis that look more like bathtubs than boats - turned out for the Narragansett Bay Yachting Association Opti Regatta. more
The Boys and Girls Club of Warwick were one of two clubs in the state to celebrate the launch of a new technology-filled center known as an “Innovation Lab,” made possible due to a $25,000 grant … more
NOTICE: For your convenience, you can e-mail your bulletin board notices to as well as mail to 1944 Warwick Ave., Warwick, RI 02889, or fax to 732-3110. Pontiac Free Library Events Upcoming summer reading performances at Pontiac Free more
By PETE FONTAINE Lori Eaton, who wears many hats at the Tri-City Elks in Warwick, knows first hand - perhaps even more than the average citizen - just how important it is to help stamp out homelessness among veterans. Eaton serves as Veterans Chairman at more
Each cookie season, troops from the Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England (GSSNE) are given the option to donate a portion of their cookie sale proceeds to a community service project. This year, the Council-wide beneficiary of the 2019 Cookie Sale more
By OWEN O'SULLIVAN Across the street from City Hall, a building that started off as Miller's Blacksmith Shop in 1836 and is believed to have been a post office and once the office of the City Clerk opened Monday as The Washington Trust Business Center. more
Beginning October 1, Kent Hospital will contract with the Spaulding Rehabilitation Network to provide all of its inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services. Previously, Kent Hospital contracted the same services from Kindred Rehabilitation more
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