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MISSING MICHIGAN GIRL FOUND A missing 15-year-old girl from Michigan was located in Warwick on Tuesday, and a city resident is now facing charges of sexual assault. Charles J. Morancey, 43, of 1110 Main Ave., entered no plea to four counts of more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Is a proposed $1 billion, 20-year extension of the state's casino gaming contract with IGT a good deal for the state that will save more than a thousand quality jobs, or a thinly-veiled subsidy that subverts common economical sense in more
By JOHN HOWELL Bayside is at least two years away from getting sewers - maybe longer - yet the Warwick Sewer Authority is moving ahead with the repaving of Tidewater Drive where the major interceptor line will run. Riverview residents, promised sewers more
By JOHN HOWELL Lifespan, which owns and operates Rhode Island Hospital, will open the first in a series of Urgent Care clinics at Hoxsie Four Corners in September, the health care provider has announced in a release. On behalf of Lifespan Physician" more
By TARA MONASTESSE An activist from Warwick plans to bring primary immunodeficiency awareness to Rhode Island - not in small steps but with a mile-long walk in Warwick City Park on Sunday, September 8, beginning with registration at 8:30 a.m. and more
Toll Gate High School, Class of 1979, will be celebrating their 40th reunion, and they welcome all Toll Gate alumni with family or friends who want to join in the celebration Aug. 10 at the Crowne Plaza, 801 Greenwich Avenue, Warwick. Cocktails 6:30-7:30 more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down two cents this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA's August 5 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $2.71 per gallon. Rhode Island's price is the same as the national more
19 million meals and counting On July 30, Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island delivered its 19-millionth meal to 88-year-old Joseph Brisson at his home in Cranston. Brisson is a widower and Korean War veteran who lives with Alzheimer's disease. In addition more
How has immigration affected our nation’s identity from the start? The Warwick Public Library’s recent historical education display, entitled “Immigration: An American Story,” was introduced … more
Leaders of the RI Chapter of Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP), J. Mark Ryan, MD and James Cowan, MD will explain “Medicare-for-all Single Payer, the public option,” and other … more
Leonard Hair Transplant Associates is pleased to announce that Dr. Robert T. Leonard, Jr., Founder, and his wife, Dr. Kathryne Leonard, recently received the Pioneer of Osteopathic Medicine Medal from the University of New England (UNE), the highest more
By TONIE LOPEZ The Sheltered Picnic Area at Goddard Park was alive with excitement on the late afternoon of Wednesday, July 24. In honor of their 40-year anniversary, RI Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) staff members, volunteer advocates, friends more
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