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Aids to independence More than 200 people attended the Ocean State Center for Independent Living statewide conference defining independent living" Thursday at the Crowne Plaza. The event featured a series of workshops and vendor displays aimed at" more
Bigger than ever The 16th annual Walk to Defeat ALS held Sunday at the Confreda Sports Complex brought a turnout of more than 700 people, raising more than $100,000 to help support the work of the local chapter that underwrites the cost of a more
On Wednesday, September 27, more than 500 Texas Roadhouse locations across the country will donate 100 percent of profits to The American Red Cross and other local organizations to help communities impacted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Texas Roadhouse more
By JACQUELYN MOOREHEAD History is preserved at the Greenwood Volunteer Fire Company and Museum, and the volunteers will continue the tradition by throwing a fundraising barbeque on Sunday, September 24. Museum President Robert Carlow said the firehouse, more
Preparations for today, reminders from the past Today is the anniversary of the Great Storm of 1938 that roared through Rhode Island killing 628 people and destroying 37,000 homes. The storm wiped out homes and businesses that stretched nearly to the more
VANDALISM On Sept. 4 at approximately 8:50 a.m., Officer Steven Moretti was dispatched to Custer Street for a report of malicious damage. At the scene, he met with the reporting party who stated that her car was parked in front of her home the previous more
Colonel Ann C. Assumpico, Superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police and Director of the Department of Public Safety, notes that car crashes remain a leading cause of death for children. … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- In the past, one might have strolled or driven through City Park on a beautiful day and not given a second thought to the old cemetery nestled in the trees just before entering the expansive recreation area. more
Water is essential to life, so it's no wonder people are upset when a city crew shows up and shuts off their water. Gone is the convenience of taking a shower, flushing the toilet, hosing the garden, doing the laundry, filling the kettle from the kitchen more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- It was a deal that the Warwick Fire Department said was too good to pass up. But ultimately no deal was made for a new $350,000 truck. more
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