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The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) reminds residents to remove potential food sources from their properties as black bears emerge from hibernation. Increasing bear populations in the region have led to more frequent sightings - more
Michael Ian Black, whose bio line says he’s “a comedian, actor and author,” recently published an essay in the New York Times that attempted to shift some of the blame for school shootings away … more
To the Editor: I am writing in reply to legislation proposed by Rhode Island State Senators Frank Ciccone and Hanna Gallo to impose a blatantly unconstitutional new Rhode Island sin tax upon online adult entertainment. Am I safe in guessing that neither more
Thomas Francis McCoy, 82, of Warwick, died Sunday March 25,2018 at the West Shore Health Center, Warwick. He was the husband of Anna Frances (Strembichi) McCoy. Born in New York City, NY, a son … more
Patricia A. (O'Dea) Berlam, 83 a Warwick resident over 60 years, died Monday March 26, 2018 at Westerly Hospital. Born in Providence, she was the daughter of the late James F. and Mary … more
Alfonso Pagnozzi Sr., 98, died Friday, March 23, 2018. He was the beloved husband of Lucrezia “Grace” (Ciliberto) Pagnozzi. He was the son of the late Orlando and Eugenia (Ronga) Pagnozzi. He … more
Raymond B. Murphy, 88, a Warwick resident since 1957, died Friday, March 23,2018 at Kent Hospital. He was the husband of the late Dorothy A. (Hobin) Murphy. Born in Providence, Raymond was one … more
Norman R. Gardiner Sr., passed away Maech 23, 2018 in Mesa, Arizona. He was the husband of the late Nellie (Emery) Gardiner. Born in Warwick to the late Lydia V. McCloud, he joined the United … more
Rep. Shelby Maldonado (D-Dist. 56, Central Falls) and Senate Majority Leader Michael J. McCaffrey (D-Dist. 29, Warwick) have introduced legislation that would continue to protect undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as minors. In 2012, more
By PETE FONTAINE Eggcitement! That's what people were calling the Tri-City Elks 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday that featured a record 200-plus children ages 2-10, 2,100 multi-colored plastic eggs and included a rather unique lesson in life centered more
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