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Long before the days of cell phones and Uber, travel was a truly special experience for many who crossed the Atlantic. Ships weren't just a way to get from point A to point B, they were floating palaces that commanded your attention with their size, and more
Young women and teen girls have always had it tough and the recent Hollywood scandals illustrate the types of problems women have had to face not only in entertainment but in many other industries as well. There is however long-time more
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick's Annual Dinner, Auction and $10,000 Cash Raffle is the organization's biggest fundraising event. It's fun, full of opportunities to win silent and live auction items - and great odds at winning a $10,000 cash raffle. more
By HERB WEISS Lt. Governor Dan McKee is gearing up Rhode Island's fight against the skyrocketing incidence of Alzheimer's disease, called by some as one of the `biggest epidemics in medical history.' Last Wednesday, he announced $30,000 in grants secured more
The tools they need BankRI has opened a new branch on Jefferson Boulevard to better serve the business market with the tools they need including a full range of business accounts, flexible lending options, signature cash management and foreign trade more
You must have had this happen: You sit down to dinner, pick up your fork and before you even get a bite, the phone rings. In our case, it's a 50-50 chance that it's our daughter Diana, who has just gotten out of work half a country away in Jackson, more
By GARY SASSE When asked about his accomplishments, the legendary football coach Ara Parseghian said, A good coach will make his players what they can be rather than what they are." This comment has a particular relevance for Rhode Island as the state" more
All it took was one bed bug and the worst was being imagined for Wickes School students, their families and their friends. “It was one on one student, so you know how social media is,” said … more
As a powerful nor'easter bore down on Rhode Island last week, Rep. Joseph J. Solomon Jr. (D-Dist. 22, Warwick) submitted legislation that would require the burying of power lines in places that have long-lasting power outages. The legislation (2018-H more
Arrow of Light ceremony On Sunday, March 4 five scouts from Pack 1 Warwick earned the highest award in Cub Scouting, the Arrow of Light, during a ceremony at Heritage Christian Fellowship Church on Warwick Neck Ave. Not only did they earn the Arrow of more
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