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In a pivot from talking purely about Rhode Island’s economy, as was her primary focus during the run-up to the 2018 election, and avoiding the concept of legalized recreational marijuana entirely, … more
Thayer Arena was busy for Saturday’s public skating session, where it was surely warmer on the ice than being outside. There were “old pros,” as evidenced by some flyers – both young and old … more
In the coming weeks, a total of 699,720 packages of Girl Scout Cookies will be transported from the shelves of the Paul Arpin Van Lines warehouse in Warwick to customers in Rhode Island, southeastern Massachusetts, and Pawcatuck, Connecticut, kicking off more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The new configuration of the Warwick School Committee has officially commenced, as the three newly-elected members participated in their first official meeting last Thursday evening. The first order of business was to elect the leaders more
The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) today launched the 2019 administration of SurveyWorks, the state's school culture and climate survey. Through SurveyWorks, all Rhode Island educators, students, and families have the opportunity to share more
The Ocean State Center for Independent Living will be hosting a free Lunch & Learn Workshop on January 30 from 12-2 p.m. entitled Westbay Community Action: Everything You Need to Know" at OSCIL's location at 1944 Warwick Avenue in Warwick. Westbay" more
Bristol Total Fitness, 684 Metacom Ave., Bristol, will host the American Cancer Society's annual Pedal To End Cancer, formerly Spin For Hope, on Sunday, March 3, from 9 a.m. to noon. There are still several bikes available for those wishing to more
Chelsea Graham, DO, has joined Thundermist Health Center as a family medicine provider at Thundermist Health Center of West Warwick. Dr. Graham will see family medicine, women's health and trans patients. She has a background in LGBTQ health care and more
“This is a big day, and I think a day that is long overdue, because all Rhode Islanders deserve to have an opportunity to achieve financial security, and a vital piece of that is ensuring that all … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The Warwick Fire Department was given approval by the Warwick City Council on Wednesday night to purchase an approximately $700,000 special hazards rescue truck, which will replace the oldest vehicle in their fleet that had logged over more
You can get there now Allie's Donuts are as close to home as Coffee Beans and Bagels on Sandy Lane. That was all great until Thanksgiving, when a collapsed sewer line prompted a detour on the heavily traveled road and proprietor Bill Bernard saw traffic more
David Tessitore, of Warwick, was sworn-in as the 91st Commodore of The Rhode Island Yacht Club at its 144th Installation of the Officers & Board of Directors, per tradition on January 1st. Sue Toland of Rumford was installed as Vice Commodore and Dean more
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