October 31, 2014
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HE’D LIKE THEIR VOTE, NONETHELESS: Ward 5 …
Ed Ladouceur doesn’t face an opponent in Tuesday’s election, but that hasn’t stopped him from campaigning. Recently Ladouceur, who represents Ward 5, had a plan to visit 100 homes in an area … more
The Warwick Pilgrim Senior Center held their annual bazaar Saturday. As always, there were lots of treasures to find, especially in the room of donated items set up by Barbara Baguehinsky, Ann … more
With heating season quickly approaching, Kent Hospital’s Wound Recovery and Hyperbaric Medicine Center offers a few steps to prevent a tragic carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning in your home or the … more
Ocean State Job Lot, a leading closeout retailer with 114 stores throughout New England, New Jersey and New York, is offering a savings event for veterans and military service members called … more
SCOUTING FOR DONORS: Joseph LeFrancois of Troop 1 …
Thousands of Scouts from across the region dropped off door hangers this past weekend asking their communities to donate nutritious, non-perishable food items to this year’s Scouting for Food … more
Susan Arnold, Chief Executive Officer/General Counsel of the Rhode Island Association of REALTORS (RIAR) and State-Wide Multiple Listing Service (MLS), has announced her retirement, effective at the … more
There are five candidates vying for seats on the School Committee in the upcoming election, three of which are incumbents and one of which is unopposed. Current School Committee members Karen Bachus … more
MISSING MAILBOX A Horseneck Road resident complained to police that his mailbox was stolen for the second time within a month. He said he didn’t report the first theft and just replaced the … more
TREATS FROM THE TRUNK: Nicole Lemay hands out …
Kids and their parents had the choice of going the scary or not-so-scary routes in the haunted halls of St. Kevin School Saturday night. The not-so-scary route introduced them to the characters of … more
Clean Water Action is teaming up with local Ocean State businesses and the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on a grass-roots pilot program to recycle mercury-containing light … more
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