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By JOHN HOWELL A boy's wish to help others keeps growing every year, with more and more people being helped out. It all started when Noah Grebstein of Cranston and his mother, Mindy Mosca, got lost on their way to visit Noah's grandmother, who was a more
When asked about sales, commercial Realtor Donald Morash Jr. likes to say, “I like hamburger, but once in a while I get steak.” Recently, he closed on one of the bigger sales of his career, so … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) of Rhode Island held their annual lawmaker meet and greet on Thursday night at their headquarters located at 931 Jefferson Boulevard, which gives organizational staff and more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Rhode Island legislature leaders K. Joseph Shekarchi (of the House) and Michael McCaffrey (of the Senate) - both Warwick Democrats - are looking ahead to a new year of challenges as they prepare to enter their second legislative sessions more
By JOHN HOWELL Even after deciding it was time to retire, having served as Warwick Police Chief for more than 18 years, Col. Stephen McCartney couldn't slow down. On Saturday he was in his office to clean up his desk, in his words. But naturally, he ran more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Most, if not every one of us, have found themselves in the hospital for one reason or another throughout the years. If the hospital's equipment worked as intended, you can probably thank Claflin/CME for that... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Most elementary-aged boys wish for toys, video games or sports memorabilia when Christmas comes around and letters to Santa go out. However, Liam Ebbitt, a fifth grader at Park Elementary School, wanted something quite different... more
By JOHN HOWELL -- The numbers are staggering. A total of 32,000 wreaths would be needed to place one at the grave of every veteran buried at the Veterans Cemetery in Exeter. That's not going to happen this Saturday, but local volunteers are working hard to... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- Mayor Joseph Solomon confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that City Solicitor Peter Ruggiero - who has been in the midst of multiple allegations surrounding contractual provisions involving the Warwick Fire Department - would no longer be employed by the City of Warwick... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Warwick School Committee decided last year that it would no longer force students who were delinquent on lunch payments to eat a SunButter and jelly sandwich. It was considered by some to be controversial... more
Ginny Barham, president of the Conimicut Village Association, led the countdown... more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Herb Chambers, like many people, was quite excited about the prospect of walking into the car dealership and purchasing a brand-new Cadillac Eldorado in the early 1980s. Unfortunately, the experience with that particular establishment more
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