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UP FOR AUCTION: The Warwick Museum of Art will …
For more than 50 years, Karl R. Rittmann created scenes of Rhode Island landmarks, people and the bay, and many residents proudly hang his lithographs in their homes. Rittmann's oil painting output, … more
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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
NAUGURATION DAY: Joseph Solomon Jr. sits in House …
Tuesday, Jan. 6, saw the inauguration of 15 new members to the Rhode Island House of Representatives, one of them being Warwick’s own Joseph Solomon Jr. (D-Dist. 22, Warwick). Growing up in … more
A benefit walk for Misty Lourenco, sponsored by her family, friends, and neighbors, will be held at Warwick’s City Park’s walking trail this Saturday. Misty, a wife, mother of four, and manager … more
A Roman Catholic priest formerly assigned to parishes in Cranston, Warwick and Providence has been indicted on five counts of first-degree sexual assault, according to the office of Attorney General … more
LABOR OF LOVE: Cranston resident, artist and …
Cranston resident, artist and photographer Mary Jane Condon Bohlen, 70, is turning to the Internet to raise funds for her latest project, “Bosom Buddies,” a book of photos and essays of breast … more
NEW GROUP: The Empty Hearts will be performing …
Key members of several iconic rock groups will be making an appearance at the Park Theatre this weekend. Newly formed band The Empty Hearts – made up of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame drummer Clem … more
WHAT COULD SHE BE? Rep. Joseph McNamara hopes Dr. …
This being the 50th year of the Gaspee Days celebration, Rep. Joseph McNamara can think of no better time than to find whatever remains of the British schooner Gaspee that colonists burned as she was … more
SUPER PLUNGERS: The members of the “Super …
Imagine diving into the freezing waters of Narragansett Bay. Then imagine repeating that plunge 24 times over the course of 24 hours. From Feb. 28 to March 1, Cranston Police Officer Eric Leclerc … more
IT’S STARTED: Pipes that will be used to house …
Richard I. Gouse, president of the New England Institute of Technology – which will celebrate its 75th anniversary next year – says the institution’s growth has come in steps. Some have been … more
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