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By ARDEN BASTIA It's not everyday that a 9-year-old asks for snail mail for his birthday. In fact, in this age of social media, Brady Wright could have had thousands of people wish him happy birthday from around the world in a single online post. more
Senior project.a career step? Pilgrim senior Jack O'Donnell has an attachment of the city skate park in Oakland Beach. It's where he spent a lot of his time as a kid. So, it's not surprising that he picked cleaning up the park as his senior project. He more
By JOHN HOWELL They can't weigh more than 5 ounces, and some look like they have come off the set of a science fiction movie. Others could be the cars of the future, yet still others are not much more than a block of brightly colored wood with stickers more
Stepping up to help our veterans Combination food and toiletry drives at Hendricken High School and St. Rose of Lima, St. Peter, St. Kevin and St. Joseph parochial schools collected truckloads of donations for Operation Stand Down Rhode Island. OSDRI more
Low-fare carrier Frontier Airlines announced Wednesday three new nonstop routes from T.F. Green Airport (PVD) to Atlanta, Myrtle Beach and Philadelphia beginning this summer. To celebrate the new … more
Hoppity hop There was music and plenty of excitement, but no dancing as Distinctive Dance Etc. North students gathered Saturday for the first annual Easter egg hunt at City Park. Dance studio owner Stacy Capone planned the event as a welcome break from more
Help by the box load Responding to community needs, Westbay Marketplace with the assistance of Plates with Purpose and the Scituate and East Greenwich Lions Clubs gave out 100 ready to eat meals and 230 boxes of food and 230 boxes of household more
The journey to becoming accomplished in any field is not an easy one. Halima Ibrahim knows that better than most.  Ibrahim is Rhode Island’s Youth Poet Laureate. Her road to that honor … more
By PETE FONTAINE Although the COVID-19 Pandemic is still active, there will be a free children's Easter event this weekend in Warwick. That's because Lori Amoroso, the Tri-City Elks resident Bunny has for the second time in four months stepped up and more
Centreville Bank has been recognized as the “Top Pandemic Performer” for Rhode Island by Banking Northeast magazine, based upon the latest results from the Rivel Banking Benchmarks … more
Food for those who can use it Stop & Shop partnered with the Warwick Boys and Girls Clubs to provide produce to more than 200 people over the weekend. Cartons of bananas, carrots, apples, oranges and sweet potatoes were delivered to the Norwood Club more
There's always a story Story time is back at the Warwick Public Library now that it's warm enough - well, some of the time - to be outside. The popular event made its return last Thursday morning and is scheduled for today at 10:30 a.m., weather more
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