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Lt. Col. Andy Chevalier wasn't looking for a new least not right now. But Chevalier, who handles personnel matters for the Rhode Island National Guard, was curious what opportunities are in the private sector, so he checked out more
Robertson School teacher Artena Fairbairn organized a Pink Day last Thursday for breast cancer awareness. A feature of the event was a challenge between fifth and sixth graders as to which class could wear the most pink. It didn't more
The last elementary consolidation hearing before the special October 25th School Committee meeting gave community members one more chance to make their voices heard. School Committee Vice Chair Eugene Nadeau thanked community members for more
After numerous meetings and seeing the contract offer of the School Department and the counter offer of the Warwick Teachers Union, mediator Vincent Ragosta has concluded the two sides are so set in pursing opposing certain core" more
Now through Monday, November 14, Save The Bay invites local artists and jewelers to submit works of art to be considered for the organization's annual, juried Artists for the Bay Show and Sale, benefitting Save The Bay's advocacy, education and more
Station nightclub fire survivor Gina Russo feels like an enormous weight has been lifted from her shoulders. Last Friday, a donor closed the gap to put the $2 million Station Fire Memorial campaign … more
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rodi and Mr. and Mrs. John Caprarelli of Cranston are pleased to announce the engagement of Christiana Marie Rodi to John Vincent Caprarelli. The bride-to-be is a graduate of St. Mary Academy-Bay more
Aram Garabedian, co-managing partner of Warwick Mall, is throwing a spotlight on Rhode Island positives. Joined by Raymond Fogarty of the Chafee Center at Bryant University and Michael Lyons of the Pawtucket Red Sox, Garabedian announced more
Mayor Allan Fung recently cut the ribbon at Rolfe Square's newest business, Mosaic Restaurant. The restaurant, owned by brothers Fadi and Shadi Al-Tarazi, prepared a delicious tasting of its food and desserts for those in more
The Federal Highway Administration has given the state the green light to install tolls on interstate highways, but that's not stopping truckers from trying to put the brakes on the plan. Lisa Mullings, president and CEO of NATSO, more
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