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If Rhode Island were to pass the bi-partisan Bright Today Scholarship legislation, it would be the most comprehensive educational choice package in America and save nearly $2 million more in state … more
The Warwick Wildlife and Conservation Commission hosted an Earth Day Cleanup April 18th at Chepiwanoxet Point. They were joined by many volunteers including members of the Chepiwanoxet Neighborhood … more
INFESTED: Dozens of male winter moths cluster …
By TIM FORSBERG Before being buried by last winter’s snow, Warwick residents dealt with flurries of another kind: winter moths. The invasive species Operophtera brumata, known better as the … more
DEDICATED GRANDDAUGHTER: Sarah Dolan is hosting …
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 5.3 million Americans have the disease. Here in Rhode Island, there are an estimate 22,000 people living with Alzheimer’s. One of those 22,000 is … more
FAMILY AFFAIR: Michael, right, and Logan Ray, …
In front of the State House last Thursday more than 300 people held hands in solidarity for common sense gun laws at the Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence’s (RICAGV) legislation … more
ON YOUR MARK: With five minutes before the …
The 15th annual Scott Carlson Memorial Road Race was a success as nearly 500 people from the tri-state area came out on a beautiful Saturday morning to participate. The 5k course moved through … more
Mayor Scott Avedisian joined the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce, the city’s Department of Tourism, Culture, and Development, and employees of Furey Roofing and Construction on Tuesday to … more
CLASSIC COUPLE: Cecile Bouley Ladouceur and her …
Warwick City Councilman Edgar Ladouceur made his parents 66th wedding anniversary special on a night that included fun, family and fine food. Ladouceur and his wife Deborah picked up the Ward 5 … more
CHANGE IN PRESIDENTS: Centreville Bank Executive …
Raymond J. Bolster II has announced his retirement as president, CEO and chairman of the board of Centreville Bank, effective as of May 1, 2015.  Under Bolster’s leadership, the bank’s … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police Department. Officer John Curley was dispatched to a drug violation in progress in the northwest parking lot of the Jamestown … more
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