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To the Editor: I took a walk through Rocky Point the other day for the first time in 50 some years. Sure, as a kid, I'd been there many, many times. The salt water swimming pool on your right hand side as you enter the amusement park. All the rides, more
To the Editor: Recently, I was pleased to be a part of the announcement made by Mayor Solomon that the city will be reopening and re-purposing the Buttonwoods Community Center. This building in the heart of the city is a great community asset that more
“I’ve got to fit it,” I said. “That should be the family motto,” replied Carol. She had a good point. We’ve have lots of things that should get fixed, but somehow even though there … more
Monday marked the annual online retail celebration that many look forward to in the hopes of finding a sweet deal on electronics, home goods, personal healthcare products and quite literally everything in between. It was Amazon Prime Day - the day (and more
Washington Trust Bancorp, Inc. was recently named to American Banker's list of top performing mid-tier banks, ranking 32 out of 237 national institutions. Washington Trust has been included within the top 40 banks on the list since 2014, and is one of more
Eagle Scout project complete Daniel Evers (in red) completed his Eagle Scout project last Saturday at Warwick Historical Cemetery WK #165. Cranston Troop 6 helped Daniel fill a dumpster with brush, leaves, branches and huge limbs. (Submitted photo by Sue more
Robert Patterson, MD, a vascular surgeon affiliated with The Miriam Hospital and a clinical professor of surgery at Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School, is the 2018 recipient of the … more
Haste, or it would go to waste The Teamsters and Kent County YMCA stepped up when it was learned the Rhode Island Convention Center was looking to donate 10 pallets of food - most of it perishable - Friday afternoon. As the Teamsters agreed to get the more
Go fish Two unidentified friends and a canine companion are silhouetted perfectly by a setting sun over Gorton Pond. The picturesque shot was captured by Warwick resident Pat Gracie-Thomas, who likes to take strolls during the evenings with her camera as more
A boost for mentoring Senate Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey recently visited Mentor Rhode Island to learn more about the program that runs school mentor programs in Warwick, Cranston and Woonsocket as well as services to agencies affecting more than more
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