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Celebrate our world at Party for the Planet at Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, April 16 and 17. This year's event will highlight the Zoo's conservation and animal care while also giving guests the opportunity to join the zoo in engaging more
Putting on the polish City Council Chambers are shining like they were new after an extensive restoration project in the wake of a burst sprinkler pipe more than a year ago. The project, which included re-plastering portions of the ceiling, painting, more
Master Gardener Barbara Melone wasn't prepared for the temperature Saturday morning. It was 35 and raw, hardly the kind of day to be planting a garden. But by mid-morning she had peeled off her jacket and put aside her woolen hat. It was actually warm, more
Applications are now available for residents to apply for a free shade tree as part of the City's new set-back" tree planting initiative. The program is being administered in partnership with the RI Tree Council. The City currently has 25 shade trees" more
The City's Commission on Historical Cemeteries will hold its annual cleanup of Brayton Cemetery on Saturday, April 13 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. The cemetery is located on Post Road in historic Apponaug Village, across the street from the Trudeau Center (3445 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. Tri-City Elks Meat raffles on Saturdays from 2-4 p.m. There will be four tables more
Linked leaders Warwick Mayor Joseph Solomon (second left) joins colleagues Lt. Gov. Dan McKee and mayors Allan Fung of Cranston, Lisa Baldelli-Hunt of Woonsocket, host Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena and Lincoln Administrator Joseph Almond at Tuesday's more
It's still not too late to make reservations to attend the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick's Summer Camp Party - no sunscreen required. The annual dinner and auction event is always a lively time, and you could win the $10,000 cash raffle drawn at the end more
By ETHAN HARTLEY In her quest to secure funding to expand the Rhode Island Promise Program, Governor Gina Raimondo sat down with Senate finance committee chairman William Conley and students who have benefited from the scholarship program at the more
By JOHN HOWELL Rep. Joseph Solomon Jr. said yesterday he made up his own mind when he voted Tuesday in favor of two pieces of legislation that his father, Mayor Joseph Solomon, opposed and said would limit the city's ability to negotiate contracts with more
DUI Shortly before 1 a.m. on March 30, Officer Christopher R. Cote was traveling west on Providence Street when he observed a black 2002 Dodge driving eastbound at a high rate of speed. Its headlights were off and sparks were coming from the bottom of more
By JOHN HOWELL Donna and Rob Spencer went back to school Tuesday. They reported to Randall Holden School at 12:15 just as instructed. They were anxious to learn how their home on Betsy Williams Drive, valued at $160,600 three years ago, could possibly be more
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