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Prosecutors say between Nov. 15, 2008 and Aug. 6, 2011, Joseph A. Carani, 46, failed to report weekly earnings to the state Department of Labor and Training while employed with Samsyd Windows & Doors Co. in Cranston. more
4 SETS OF TWINS: These four sets of wtins …
The Warwick Veterans Memorial High School’s hallways were swarmed with seniors as they retrieved their caps and gowns and said goodbye to their favorite faculty and friends on Friday … more
LUNCH TIME: The URI Hope Commons dining complex …
In 1984 Bob Houghtaling, the director of the East Greenwich Drug Program, traveled with a few staff and children to Ohio for his first Youth to Youth Conference. Now 30 years later, Houghtaling … more
Classmates from the 1976 sixth grade class at Greene School that have remained in touch over the years started getting together every month or so for breakfast about a year ago. The group continues … more
NEW TRACK: Oakland Beach Elementary will be using …
The William C. Bowling Sr. Memorial Fund recently distributed assistance to various schools throughout the state to support educational programs. Bowling was a husband, father, lawyer and active … more
The Warwick School Committee has selected Symmes Maini & McKee Associates (SMMA) as the outside consulting firm to study the district and recommend a long-term master educational and facilities plan, … more
LOCAL GROWTH: Big Train Farm, located on Pippin …
Alex Caserta of Cranston has long had a passion for creating a visual record of the world around him. “Documentary stuff has always been my thing,” he said, whether through photography or … more
NEW FRIENDS: Emily Brown, left, speaks with …
Emily Brown, a prep cook for Buffalo Wild Wings in her late 20s, was excited last Tuesday as legislators and policy makers from across the state visited her at work for Take Your Legislator to Work … more
To the Editor: It was such a fine experience, well for some people, anyway. At about 9 p.m. Thursday, Paul Earnshaw, president of our Buckeye Brook Coalition, was registering 158 herring … more
Timed to take advantage of yesterday’s moon low the tide, city Department of Public Works crews positioned five 43,000-pound interlinking concrete culvert units to create the new Sea View Drive … more
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