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Stephanie Van Patten opened the Quintessential Quahog, a store offering a collection of eclectic items from signs handpainted by her husband, George Shuster, to antiques and knickknacks on Saturday. … more
TIGER CHEER: Members of the Trudeau Center Tigers …
More than 460 athletes competed in field and track events Saturday as Hendricken High School hosted one of three regional Special Olympics games leading up to the state Special Olympics to be held … more
PERFECT PRIZE: Brady Safford, 5, is all smiles as …
It was billed as the Tri-City Elks Lodge’s 5th Annual Fishing Derby for boys and girls ages 5 to 12. But the annual gathering of aspiring anglers was, as James Suttles said, “the kind of … more
Rep. Joseph McNamara recently presented the Pawtuxet Village Association with a $1,000 legislative grant. McNamara lauded the association’s work in beautifying the village and, in particular, the … more
Sherman School students surprised themselves during reading week by collectively reading 53,525 pages. The school’s reading specialist, Lauren Pellegrino (pictured with sign), had challenged them … more
Ron Celio, principal at Wyman School, seemed quite at home with an albino Burmese Python, and the snake seemed content with him, Friday as the two gathered on the steps of the school to celebrate … more
Chemistry and physics teacher Michael Gray and his colleagues at Hendricken spent Friday performing community projects as part of the school’s community service day. Some of the activities at … more
Round up your friends, lace up your sneakers and mark your calendars for the 11th annual Walk With Me Rhode Island carnival and family fun walk on Saturday, May 18 at Goddard Memorial State Park, … more
A genealogical workshop with instruction on how to research family history will be held Wednesday, May 15 at 7 p.m. at the Warwick Library. Andrew Boisvert from the Rhode Island Genealogical … more
ORNAMENTAL TOUCH: Warwick Fire Chief Edmund …
It all looks to add up. Tear down a school; replace it with a fire station; save $325,000 a year by ending a contract with East Greenwich and use the money saved to pay off the fire station. … more
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