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By JOHN HOWELL -- At least 40 trees, many believed to be 100 years old or older are gone, exposing what was once a secluded neighborhood and raising questions as to how this could happen. more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The stage is set for one of the most difficult budget seasons in recent school department history, according to school finance director Anthony Ferrucci. more
By KAREN KALUNIAN -- Local students ranging in age from six years old to high school seniors will take to the stage at Pilgrim High School, located at 111 Pilgrim Parkway in Warwick, on Friday evening at 7 p.m. to support Jason Tuttle's senior project. more
House Majority Leader K. Joseph Shekarchi is encouraging high school seniors to apply for the PrepareRI Internship program, a paid internship to provide valuable work preparation and skills. The program, which is a partnership between the Governor's more
By JOHN HOWELL They call themselves blanketeers. No, they don't wrap themselves in blankets, although like the Peanuts cartoon character Linus, they cling onto blankets. It's not a security thing. Not for them. Rather, blanketeers understand how more
By JEN COWART For nearly five decades he has been a greeter and seater of guests visiting the famed Cranston establishment known for its good food and good service, Twin Oaks. Last Thursday, however, Phil Caliri worked his last shift. It proved to be an more
Warwick Veterans Memorial High School, Class of 1958, will hold their 60th class reunion June 23 and 24. If you are interested in attending and reconnecting with old friends and classmates contact Ginny (Anderson) Buote at 944-3077 or Carol (Gosselin) more
Chances are you know one of the estimated 57,000 people, including 19,000 children in Rhode Island area who struggle each month with food insecurity. Through April 30, Rhode Island residents can make a real difference in the lives of local families. more
By JOHN HOWELL Had they attended Thursday's reopening ceremony of Red Beam Garage C, Rhode Island Airport Corporation officials might have been surprised to hear James Skeffington Jr., the son of the late James Skeffington, who had the vision for the more
Rep. Robert Lancia (R-Dist. 16, Cranston) is calling on the state to create a new tax exemption for income derived from military pensions in an effort to entice veterans to stay in Rhode Island. As a disabled Navy veteran I understand how difficult it" more
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