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By TESSA ROY After months of questioning, debating and meetings lasting well into the night, the Warwick City Council voted 7-2 Monday night in favor of allocating the $4 million in bond funds to the public schools that will be essential to making school more
Bill Coty says he has a high threshold for pain. Yet on the morning of Nov. 23 he was doubled over. On a scale of one to 10, he was at a 10. He felt as if his bladder was going to burst, but he couldn't relieve himself. Cote knew what the more
In state chorus Oakland Beach Elementary School students (from left) Gavin Gillooly, Michelle Maron, Mia McNally, Lily Soares and Olivia Frasier are members of the 2017 Rhode Island Music Educators Association All-State Elementary Chorus that performed more
For Cranston resident Austin Theroux, a freshman at Bishop Hendricken High School, an interest in complex power Psychology was the motivation for his experiment, “Ganzfeld Telepathy.” German for … more
“That was excellent entertainment and some great food, too!” Manny Mihailides – along with 100 other people – offered similar assessments of the Tri-City Elks annual St. Patrick’s … more
The heart-wrenching decision to close St. William Church has left a void in many of its parishioners, some of whom have been attending for decades. “It’s sad as could be,” says longtime … more
The Warwick Police Department (WPD) conducted a Drunk Driving Enforcement Task Force on Saint Patrick's Day, March 17. This exercise was focused on reducing incidents caused by drunk driving. The WPD reported it made 73 traffic stops on St. Patrick's more
More than 100 Toll Gate High School students will make real-life decisions to help teach them financial skills during the 6th Annual CU 4 Reality Financial Education Fair tomorrow at the school. At this event, elected officials, community leaders, school more
The Tomorrow Fund will hold it annual stroll Sunday, April 2, at 10 a.m. from the Garden City Center Gazebo in Cranston. The Tomorrow Fund is a non-profit organization located in Rhode Island that provides daily financial and emotional support to more
A day to wear red On Wednesday, March 1, Representative Chris Blazejewski introduced a resolution to officially declare for a first time March as Bleeding Awareness Disorders Month in Rhode Island. Meagan Murray, Warwick resident (third on left), and her more
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