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Johnston Mayor Joseph Polisena (second from left) welcomes Warwick City Councilman Joseph Solomon, State Rep. Joseph Solomon Jr. and State Rep. K. Joseph Shekarchi to last week's special luncheon held at the Dem's Diner, which is more
Yushin America, the U.S. headquarters of the Japanese robotics automation company, is offering group tours for Manufacturing Day on Oct. 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Manufacturing Day is a national grassroots event created by manufacturers to address common more
Edward Cascella (left) son of Richard and Donna, completed a turn at the Boy's State Leadership Retreat this summer. Boy's State is a program sponsored by the American Legion. All participants are nominated and then chosen to more
As the adage goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. Now, thanks to a new First Responder App, police, firefighters and possibly state highway crews will be able to help National Grid to respond more rapidly to downed wires and in more
The 13th annual Thompson Memorial Variety Show will be held Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. at Woodbury Union Church, corner of West Shore Road and Beach Ave. Come and enjoy a night of comedy and song unlike … more
National Latino AIDS Awareness Day is October 15, and AIDS Project RI will host a special walk-in testing from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the day. The office is at 9 Pleasant Street in Providence (zip code for GPS users is 02906). Tests will be provided in more
CCAP honors Fung The Cranston-based Comprehensive Community Action Program (CCAP) last week hosted its Chip for Charity 9 Hole Golf Tournament and Community Awards Dinner at Harbor Lights in Warwick, with Cranston Mayor Allan Fung as the evening's more
Motorists and residents should be praising, not cursing, when they see National Grid digging a narrow trench down the middle or the side of Warwick streets as part of its ongoing program to update natural gas lines. Those trenches are the more
There seemed to be no end to the superlatives as the City Council gave first passage to a $33-million project to build a medical facility designed to bring patients to Rhode Island, provide the procedures they need, and have them leave in more
When the electricity went off in the “guidance wing” of Veterans Memorial Junior High School, the School Department went all the way to Louisiana to get them back on. Power problems at the … more
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