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The U.S. Small Business Administration announced its Rhode Island lending numbers for fiscal year 2017. Warwick ranked second overall in SBA lending amongst cities and towns, securing 45 SBA loans for over $13.4 million, a 77 percent increase in dollar more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are up one cent this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA Northeast's November 13 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $2.58 per gallon. Rhode Island's price is two cents above the more
As Pilgrim High School put on its third annual “Patriots for Patriots” event honoring veterans and those currently serving with ties to the school, it was the veterans who reminded Pilgrim … more
Santa sighting The St. Kevin Church Christmas bazaar, as has become tradition, was held at Hendricken High School. The Saturday event featured numerous raffles, games of chance and, naturally, handmade items and homecooked goodies. There were tables of more
A breakfast for vets Henricken teacher and coach Bill Johnston has never served in the military, but his grandfather and granduncles did. Knowing what they did, he wanted to do something to show his appreciation for those who defend our freedoms. Last more
A concert of traditional American folk music by Atwater-Donnelly will be held at the Warwick Public Library on Sunday, November 26 at 2 p.m. The performance includes traditional American folk, old-time gospel and original tunes by wife and husband Aubrey more
A fitting tribute Warwick Neck residents, along with members of the U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Homeland Security, Warwick Fire Department and students from Warwick Neck School joined by veterans, held a Veterans Day observance Thursday at Warwick Lighthouse. more
A tribute to veterans Veteran residents of American Assisted Living were recognized in a ceremony held Friday at the facility on Toll Gate Road. Prior to the event, Sgt. Rebecca Tarango of the Rhode Island National Guard, who was deployed to Iraq, had more
A thank you to vets In a tribute to veterans Holliman School students gathered outside the school Thursday to say thank you in song and stories of family members who are serving or have served in the military. Following the ceremony outside where Rep. more
Replenishing the pantry A $1,000 legislative grant from Senator Michael McCaffrey will be used to replenish the shelves at the St. Mark's Church food pantry that opens on the last Saturday of the month. The church runs a free lunch on that day after more
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