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For thousands of Rhode Island families, the devastating effects of Alzheimer's disease are all too familiar. The disease also has the potential to bring about what U.S. Sen. Jack Reed called a personal and economic disaster" for the Ocean State and the nation as a whole. more
Care New England is moving forward for a stronger, healthier future. We are committed in our goal of providing Rhode Island with the highest levels of quality, service, and access. more
There are probably people in the world who have said or thought that they never wanted to be rich or who believed that celebrity, fame and fortune would bring more misery than joy. But I can't conceive of anyone ever saying that they more
As laborious as it can be – and sometimes laced with political and even personal jabs – the process of carefully scrutinizing city operations and finances is the bedrock to transparent and efficient government. more
All American Assisted Living on Toll Gate Road held its second annual car show Saturday with a variety of American-made vehicles. more
Thanks to the generosity of HarborOne Bank, Westbay Community Action received over 300 backpacks to give to children the agency serves. more
Four local business owners converged onto the public plaza at Rolfe Square in Cranston on Aug. 15 to advocate for the proposed extension of IGT's contract with the state, which would keep the company in Rhode Island until 2043. more
Everyone has a story about Warwick roads, and all nine City Council members were in agreement when they approved a $4 million repaving budget for this year. more
Citing sentiment from constituents and a belief that Congress is being “stymied” by the administration, U.S. Rep. James Langevin on Wednesday announced his support for an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. more
At 8 p.m. on June 9, Officer Justin N. Martin responded to the Walmart at 650 Bald Hill Road for a report of a shoplifting incident in progress. more
The state Department of Health, thanks in large part to the continued advocacy from a Warwick family, is going forward with the development of a series of protocols that would standardize how to be aware of, diagnose and treat sepsis. more
After more than two decades of talking about Bayside sewers and promises they would be built, the Warwick Sewer Authority took the next step Tuesday to put construction on track to start by early next summer. more
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