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By PETE FONTAINE It was a process six years in the making. It started by selling military plaques to raise money for various veterans' charities, then putting the colorful and wooden memorials on the rafters inside the McShawn's Pub back porch in more
Helmets and a dab When Gov. Gina Raimondo recently asked Senator Michael McCaffrey what he had been up to and learned as part of a bicycle safety program run by the Rhode Island Association of Justice he handed out free bicycle helmets to Hoxsie School more
If a house can communicate the personality of its owner, artist and graphic designer Patricia Almonte's home in the Hoxsie neighborhood of Warwick does just that. Big, comfy couches line the living room, an art studio is located right off the kitchen and more
On the lines again Although Mayor Scott Avedisian has joined talks and mediation sessions on a teacher contract are ongoing, the Warwick Teachers Union held another informational picket Wednesday in front of City Hall. Asked whether the action was aimed more
As you may have heard, the R.I. Division of Motor Vehicles is transitioning to a new computer system throughout July. This new system is called “RIMS.” As I’ve shared the RIMS news, one of the … more
By ISABELLA ZAINYEH Despite an otherwise rainy day, the sun came out for the graduation ceremony of Bishop Hendricken's Class of 2017, held at the Cathedral of Saint Peter and Paul last Wednesday. In his speech, Principal Jay Brennan began by reiterating more
STOLEN TOOLS Officer Michael Walker responded to a Shenandoah Road residence on May 31 around 7:20 a.m. for a larceny report. There he met with the reporting party who stated that he parked his work truck in front of his residence overnight. When he more
An A+ boost Steve Russo, the manager of Stop & Shop in Meadowbrook, recently visited Warwick Neck School, where he presented the school with an A+ check for $1,260. Since there are always budget cutbacks, the funds will come in handy for the purchase of more
By JOHN HOWELL Winman Junior High students had visitors from both ends of their school careers Friday. Sixth graders from Winman feeder schools such as Cedar Hill and Scott were bused in and then, in late morning, wearing their caps and gowns they had more
By JOHN HOWELL The Xiarhos brothers are still holding out hope that a Rhode Island favorite - New York System hot wieners - will still be available at the Easter State Exposition - the Big E - opening Sept. 15 in West Springfield, Massachusetts. While more
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