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By TARA MONASTESSE Empty seats were scarce at Toll Gate High School's 47th graduation ceremony, where 288 graduates crossed the stage at the Community College of Rhode Island on Thursday to receive their well-earned diplomas and finish their high school more
By JOHN HOWELL The city has been without a solicitor since last December when Peter Ruggiero left the post. That hasn't been a problem, says Mayor Joseph Solomon. In an interview last week, Solomon pointed out that he passed the Rhode Island Bar in 1982, more
IN THE LEAD: State Treasurer Seth Magaziner, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and Warwick Rep. Joseph McNamara led state officials on the route. Way out in front was Senator Jack Reed, who carried the … more
Fired up over the Gaspee incident Mayor Joseph Solomon, with assistance from the Gaspee Days Committee and Harbormaster Jeff Baris, set an effigy of the Gaspee on fire Sunday afternoon in Pawtuxet Cove to close out the 54th annual celebration of the more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE On Sunday afternoon, Angela Innes stood under the gazebo in Pawtuxet Park - a long way from her home in the north of Scotland. As her husband, Roddy, looked on, she was charged with the crimes of a distant ancestor, Lt. William more
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By ETHAN HARTLEY Michele Rothgeb, the Oakland Beach woman who is awaiting trial on child neglect charges after a 9-year-old child in her care was found unresponsive in a bathtub - and died soon after - is now facing an additional charge of manslaughter, more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down three cents this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA's June 3 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $2.81 per gallon. Rhode Island's price is the same as the national more
Run for Special Olympics Warwick residents were among the record-setting 1,000 bikers plus that took in Saturday's 20th Annual Special Olympics Rhode Island Motorcycle Run that began in Johnston at the former Grieco Collision Center on Route 44 and made more
A Warwick nonprofit organization has won a grant to expand public access to more than four decades of theater records. The funding is through the Herman H. Rose Civic, Cultural and Media Access Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation. By providing the means" more
People often think of giving during the holidays. There are appeals made on behalf of various charities and organizations asking for financial, in-kind or personal support. It can be demanding and hard to determine what causes to back and how much should more
By JOHN HOWELL Saved from sale and possibly the wrecking ball, Buttonwoods Community Center will open soon as a home for most of the city offices forced out of the City Hall Annex in January 2018 when a water pipe burst. Yesterday, Mayor Joseph J. more
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
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