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On a blustery, sunny Friday afternoon they gathered. In a church parking lot, a small group of 10 first donned plastic gloves and bowed their heads in prayer before joining the assembly line, observing the six feet of social distance as more
Desperate times call for desperate measures, even when it comes to animals in need of loving homes. The uncertainty over the coronavirus has hit many businesses including our animal shelters Many are closing down on a temporary basis more
As events continue to be rescheduled or canceled, the Goulding School of Irish Dance has found a way to follow state regulations and still help their dancers sharpen their skills. In order to keep classes going in a time where large more
One of my favorite movies is the 1943 Best Picture, "e;Mrs. Miniver."e; The story takes place in England during World War II where life goes on with smart new hats and afternoon teas, celebratory dances and garden flower contests, despite air raids and bomb more
The Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England brightened the spirits of the staff at Kent Hospital on Friday afternoon with a gift of 40 cases of cookies to thank them for their tireless efforts during the coronavirus pandemic. more
Coronavirus may have closed the doors to churches and synagogues, but it's not stopping services from being held or people helping one another. When dire situations such as this one occur, there are any number of places or resources more
Portesi named to dean's list Viansa M Portesi, of Warwick, was named to the University of Alabama Dean's List for the fall 2019. Dean's list students must maintain a grade point average of 3.5. Toth named to President's List Kathryn Paige Toth of Warwick more
Prelude to INSPIRE Bishop Hendricken students, other than seniors who were off campus for their senior experiences on Monday, got an introduction to the INSPIRE program that will be launched for the 2020-21 academic year. The students were able to visit more
Getting a jump on spring City yard waste collections started this week and there was already lots to pick up. This non-winter, coupled with coronavirus precautions that has people staying at home, has resulted in earlier than usual yard work. The result more
Serving up salads Tommy Patrick of Dockside Seafood on Warwick Avenue is known for offering a wide selection of foods, but who would have imagined he had 5,000 salads. Hearing of how the response to COVID-19 has put people out of work and in situations more
Hitting them at Warwick Mall Golf Galaxy opened on Saturday at the Warwick Mall with plenty of giveaways and special promotions. Aside from row upon row of golfing apparel, clubs and anything you might need to play the game, visitors got to hit balls more
They can always use some help They're prepared to fight trash and keep Conimicut Village free of litter and beautiful. But they can always use an extra pair of helping hands - in other words, additional volunteers. It's easy to join the weekly litter more
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