November 26, 2014
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In the continuing series of gilded concerts, Baroque harpsichordist Jacob Stott will be featured in an informal afternoon of complimentary tea, coffee, cider, finger sandwiches and sweets this Sunday … more
The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) is preparing for increased passenger traffic at T.F. Green Airport for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. Air carriers are reporting busier than usual … more
Judges couldn’t decide at the Rhode Island Blood Center first Men’s Health Night held Thursday at the Crowne Plaza which was the ugliest tie of the night … so, they took a tiebreaking vote … more
IN SUPPORT : On Nov. 15, Brewed Awakenings …
On Nov. 15 Brewed Awakenings celebrated the grand opening of its new Warwick location at 1316 Bald Hill Road alongside the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation. The coffee house and … more
FOUND GUILTY Last week, John Cavanaugh, 64, of Spring Hill, Florida, was found guilty of one count of first-degree sexual assault and four counts of second-degree child molestation. The verdict … more
With temperatures dropping, Rhode Island Housing has announced its Heating Assistance Program to help families manage their heating costs throughout the winter months. This innovative program, first … more
SHE’LL GET A COFFEE: Tammy Hamel-Taylor planned …
If people seem happy at the service station, it’s because they are. Lower gasoline prices – the lowest in more than four years, with regular at less than $3 a gallon – has people thinking … more
UNVEILING: Meg Underwood, director of senior …
Marion Cipolla remembers the day she casually told her sister she was having problems with her car and that she would be taking it to the garage for new brakes. It wasn’t a big deal, just one of … more
TESTING: Betty Anne Rogers and Charles Labbe talk …
Imagine as a business being required to treat wastewater to a higher standard than when it came out of the tap. That’s been the case for the pH range of wastewater flowing into the Warwick … more
BIRDS ON THE RUN: Mackenzie Silcox makes off with …
As turkeys are being prepared for Thanksgiving dinner, flocks of flamingos have migrated onto residents’ yards across Warwick. These flamingos are birds of a different feather. In fact, they … more
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