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By ANNA BEAULIEU Ronald Vien, a senior at Pilgrim High School, wanted to make a difference when doing his senior project. So, he chose to return to Oakland Beach Elementary School, where he attended elementary school, to give back to the school and its more
Inducted Flo St. Jean (left), who became one of the first woman directors of a Boys Club in the country in 1982 when named director of the Warwick club, was inducted into the Warwick Boys and Girls Clubs Hall of Fame at the club's annual $10,000 cash more
The Rhode Island Foundation is inviting Warwick residents to share their thoughts about the issues that are important to them at a community dinner April 23. The get-together is at the heart … more
Coming down, going up The Comfort Inn sign came down Tuesday and the Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott went up as renovations continued to the hotel expected to open on May 1. The property is operated by Cranston-based TPG Hotel & Resorts with over 60 more
By JOHN HOWELL There's a lot to be said for Ireland in the summer. At least that's what Norwegian Air has discovered after initiating flights to Belfast, Cork, Dublin and Shannon. The downside is that Ireland hasn't become a winter getaway and, in more
Snug in their pouches The Kanga Mamas (that's like kangaroos, although they welcome toddlers in strollers, too) visited Rocky Point on Friday for their weekly hike. For many, it was their first visit to the park. The Mamas, a non-profit group, meets on more
DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE On April 5 at approximately 7:25 p.m. Officer Derek Mourato saw a Mazda driving on Centerville Road in which the driver did not have a seat belt on. After checking the registration number, Mourato found that it was expired more
By ETHAN HARTLEY It's a show unlike any other around here, and it's all to raise money to benefit kids in need of caring mentors - so it's no wonder everyone beams when talking about Mentor RI's annual Dancing with the Stars event. It's just about" more
By JOHN HOWELL -- Candace Caluori laughs when she thinks about it. The more than 70 cameras throughout Toll Gate High School have done more than provide a measure of security. more
A different kind of whiteout While the forecast for today is cold and rainy with sun for the rest of the week, we're starting to see some white evidence of spring like this blooming tree outside the Warwick Center for the Arts in Apponaug. It's about more
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