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Holly Weber, a longtime employee of the Senior Services division, has been appointed Parks and Recreation Coordinator, Mayor Scott Avedisian announced at Friday's mayoral debate. In a release issued Monday, the administration said Weber was selected as more
At a beautiful beachfront ceremony held during sunset last Thursday at the Galilee Beach Club in Narragansett, members of the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce (CRICC) celebrated the installation of this year's ambassadors, more
Kent Hospital will hold a dedication and grand opening of the newly constructed, Robert E. Baute, MD, Cardiac Catheterization Lab, Tuesday, October 25, from 5 to 7 p.m. The two labs were constructed after Kent received approval from the Rhode Island more
The Claflin Company and Philip Rizzuto, MD, were honored at the Rhode Island Free Clinic's annual Founders' Event. More than 300 guests were in attendance and raised $135,000 for patient care. Because of our partnership with Claflin and Physician" more
Jack's Snacks, a dog bakery located at 158 Greenwich Ave. on the Cranston/Warwick line, held A Doggone Halloween Costume Party on Oct. 23. Dressed in their finest Halloween costumes were breeds of all kinds of dogs who enjoyed treats. more
The Sons of Norway, with the Scandinavian Women's Chorus, is presenting a free concert on Friday, October 28 at 4 p.m. at Emanuel Lutheran Church, 9 New London Avenue, West Warwick. Craig Noll will be playing works of Grieg, Sibelius, Chopin and more
Mayor Avedisian joined Kurt Harrington, CEO of Something Fishy Oct. 18 to tout Something Fishy's participation in the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses initiative in Rhode Island, the first-ever statewide program. The program, which promises an more
One of the longest family-owned and operated marinas in the city, Norton's on Greenwich Cove, has been bought by the Florida-based Prime Marina Group for about $4 million. Marinas are very historical places with long-term customers and we" more
By TESSA ROY Parents, students and educators gathered to air their grievances last Wednesday night in regards to special education in Warwick's schools, and the hearing doesn't promise to be an end to the discussion. The forum lasted about three hours more
Jeanne Gattegno wasn't going to miss Westbay Community Action's 50th anniversary celebration held Thursday at the Crowne Plaza. After all, she has spent 48 years working in community action programs, the last 32 with Westbay, where she more
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