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John “JR” Pagliarini joined the fight to strike out ALS 19 years ago, and has not wavered in his support since. Pagliarini was recently honored with the “Spirit of Lou Gehrig” award for his … more
Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England Reveals Names of the 2018 Leading Women of Distinction Awards Honorees Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England (GSSNE) has announced that the 2018 Leading Women of Distinction Awards will be held at the Skyline at more
By MARGARET TAYLOR -- Each morning, the bright yellow safety vests come out, and a teenaged trash crew head out from the City Garage to clean three city beaches. more
Calm before the crowd The parking lot of the former Benny's on West Shore Rd. was empty of people yet at the same time of carnival attractions on Wednesday. That's because the carnival was set to start at 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, and will run 6:00 to more
Staying positive Alyson Tierney, a recent graduate of Cranston West High School, finds a way to keep cool during her summer job at a New England Lemonade truck at Hoxsie Four Corners. With the temperature clocking in at 90 degrees, shade was in high more
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On June 30 at approximately 7:53 p.m. Officer Ali Jaafar responded to the report of a driver who had struck a sign and was driving between lanes in the area of LaQuinta Hotel near Chestnut Street. When the officer found the more
By PEDER SCHAEFER T.F. Green is growing rapidly, with new flights, airlines and a longer runway, but that progress may falter if a growing nationwide pilot shortage touches down in Rhode Island. It's basically a situation where a pilot is looking at a" more
Vincent Ferla readily admits he is not a politician, but he also believes that this may be a good thing should he become the new mayor of Warwick, a city he has called home his whole life. “I … more
By JOHN HOWELL Before writing a check, Mayor Joseph Solomon said Tuesday he wants to ensure the money is in the account even though it could mean two positions - a janitor at the Warwick Public Library and the city nurse - will go unfulfilled for an more
By JOHN HOWELL -- It's not difficult to imagine a new life for the sprawling Pontiac Mills any more. Walls now divide the open floors where textile machines once hummed and immigrant workers, first from Sweden and later Ireland, put in 12-hour days to... more
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