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To the Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank Troop 4 Gaspee and the Warwick Avenue Ace Hardware Store for their assistance in remediating the unsightly graffiti adjacent to the falls in Pawtuxet Village. Scout leader Joe Fontaine didn't more
Who would have believed 18 years ago when a consent agreement was signed that a tunnel would be responsible for cleaning up the waters of Narragansett Bay to levels where areas closed to shellfishing for more than 70 years could reopen. The tunnels that more
Who did it? Members of the Greenwich Bay Women's Club took a night off from all the community work they do May 12 for a fun social evening hosted by member Penny Steen. The club staged a murder mystery - Who Killed Peirre Dupre?" The cast with hostess" more
Stephen P. Higginbotham was elected to the Centreville Bank Board of Trustees at its May 17 board meeting. Higginbotham brings more than 35 years of banking experience to the trustees. From 1994 until his retirement in 2016, he was Senior Vice more
The rain held off.for a while The long range forecast wasn't that good, but then the Gaspee Days Arts and Crafts Festival was blessed with descent weather - although some more sun would have been welcome - Saturday and Sunday. Monday wasn't as forgiving. more
Stepping into history Students from Wyman and St. Peter Schools acted out a history lesson May 20 as they gave a walkthrough tour of historical sites in the Pawtuxet Village for 278 people. Wearing colonial outfits, 80 current students and alumni took on more
Always Adopt, a not-for-profit organization that brings together community leaders, dog adoption agencies and volunteers to host “super-sized dog” adoption events, will hold its 10th “Super Dog … more
The Incredible Bollywood" dance show that is taking place in West Warwick next weekend was spearheaded by two Rhode Island women who have been passionate about the dance form for some time. Rupa Datta of West Warwick and Rutuja Patil of Providence" more
By ANESSA PETTERUTI Carmel Vitullo was always interested in captivating the commonplace. And in the 1960s, she did just that. Vitullo, who grew up in a small Italian community on Federal Hill, studied painting and photography at the Rhode Island School more
The German American Cultural Society summerfest will be held Saturday, June 24 from 1 to 11 p.m. at the club on 78 Carter Avenue, Pawtucket. Summerfest will feature live Music by the TubaFrau Hofbr u Band" from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. The "Alpenblumen" more
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