December 18, 2014
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LUNCH OUT: Kiana, 5, Crystal, 10, and Katrina, 8, …
Kids younger than 18 years old can receive a free lunch Monday through Friday at the Boys and Girls Club Oakland Beach branch and the Masonic Youth Camp Grounds regardless of their residency or … more
MARQUES-JORDAN
Good teachers get recognized more than once. That’s the case for Warwick resident Alicia Marques-Jordan, who has been named Teacher of the Year for a second time for incorporating technology … more
Nicholas Gardner
This year’s graduating class of Bishop Hendricken departed as close friends. Principal Joseph Brennan, a 1972 graduate, said this class was close-knit and encouraged each other to do better in … more
Tips received from the public following the release of surveillance photos are being credited for the quick apprehension of the suspects. more
To the Editor: The little known Rhode Island Division of Planning has embraced an economic plan that in reality is a thinly veiled attempt at the socialist paradigm of equalizing wealth in … more
By MARK SILBERSTEIN With at least nine months left to go in the 2005-06 fiscal year ending June 30 the Warwick Fire Department has spent $463,932.94 on overtime from one of two accounts, or 66.3-percent of the $700,000 budget. In another account, … more
To the Editor: I’m more than a little annoyed at this constant refrain from right-wing advocates about “taking back our country.” You lost an election, not a revolution. You had control of … more
Mr. and Mrs. Roland J. Bordeleau of Cranston celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 18 with 70 family members and close friends at the Crowne Plaza Hotel at the Crossings. The couple has three children, John, Lisa and Michele Bordeleau, … more
By JENNETTE BARNESWarwick could have a fourth rescue crew as early as next year. Funds to hire personnel for the crew are likely to appear in the city budget, pending negotiations between the firefighters' union and the city administration. The … more
NEW FARMYARD: The new 26,000-square-foot Alex and …
Learning by doing has long been recognized as one of the best education tools, and now children and the young at heart can experience what it’s like to be a farmer in the 21st century at the newly … more
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