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T.F. Green Airport has again been nominated by USA Today in their "e;10 Best Reader's Choice travel awards"e; for 2021. USA Today's expert panel selected T.F. Green Airport as a contender for the Best Small Airport. T.F. Green Airport was selected as the 2nd more
Tanya Donahue, owner of RIKB Design Build, a prominent full-service residential remodeler, has been named to the Kitchen & Bath Design News Top Innovators of 2020. This list of kitchen and bath industry "Innovators" are professionals whose work, creative more
By JOHN HOWELL By all indicators, Sunday offered near perfect conditions for frostbiting. The wind at 10 knots was out of the northeast. There were wavelets, no white caps. It was 35 degrees. Lines wouldn't be stiffened by ice and even better, while more
In time for Christmas Logan Vincent Voisard arrived in time to celebrate Christmas with the family. The son of Stephanie King and Jake Voisard of Warwick was born at 3:16 a.m. on Dec. 16 at Women and Infants Hospital. He was 8 pounds and 20 inches more
No one needs to be convinced that this has been a terrible year.   The doomsday virus that originated in the People’s Republic of China (otherwise known as COVID-19) has spread death … more
This year, our annual quest for the perfect Christmas tree took us across the state line to Connecticut. For two Southern California ex-pats who formerly chose our Christmas trees on a typical … more
In training? When Jasmin Chapron arranged for Brayden D'Amico, 7, to visit Santa at the Warwick Mall on Saturday she wanted to be sure to get a picture with the two of them face-to-face without masks. She came up with the face shield and then to top more
By ARDEN BASTIA A second lucky Golden Ticket winner has been announced, this time going to Ryleigh Manson, a second-grader at E.T. Wyman Elementary School. Ryleigh is the second Fienstein Jr. Scholar student from Warwick to be awarded the prize: a $5,000 more
By JOHN HOWELL Doctors have new medications to help those with COVID-19 from developing a life threatening case of the disease although neither is its application a simple procedure nor is there, at this time, sufficient quantities of the drugs for its more
By JOHN HOWELL It's been more than a year since most Cedar Hill students and faculty have seen Paul Gallo, the man they could count on to keep the school and its grounds clean. He's also the man they could count on to "moo" a hello. That's right, moo more
By ARDEN BASTIA The pandemic may leave many things uncertain this year, but at Morris Farm and Yard Works, one thing remains the same: the high demand for Christmas trees and holiday spirit. John Morris has been selling Christmas trees for years, and more
By JOHN HOWELL It wasn't easy work. The rain and wet snow from the night before was now ice and the leaves were frozen. But that didn't stop about 40 volunteers from fanning out with rakes, leaf blowers and their bare hands Sunday morning in the biggest more
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