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A FULL HOUSE: The celebration included a sit-down …
Following Saturday Mass, nearly 300 St. Benedict Church parishioners, guests and friends joined in the recently renovated basement room of the former church school, which was dedicated to Father … more
BONDING ALARM A Cranston man told a Warwick police officer he was attempting to “bond” with his girlfriend’s younger brother when he set off a fire alarm and extinguisher at the 1149 … more
RISING IN THE RANKS: Rep. Joseph McNamara stands …
Rep. Joseph McNamara has been tough to get in touch with ever since the House Speaker said he wanted him to chair the state Democratic Party. “Had 35 call-backs to make,” he said Saturday … more
GOOD NEWS: CCRI students Samuel Joseph and Dan …
the Rev. Brian Shanley, president of Providence College, called an agreement announced Friday allowing eligible Community College of Rhode Island graduates to attend the college’s School of … more
BALD IS BEAUTIFUL: The Lourenco family pauses for …
Every journey begins with a step. Whether the path is physical, mental, emotional or spiritual, all journeys through life begin with a moment that directs all future steps a person takes. About a … more
Addressing the concerns of Lakeshore Drive neighbors over dust from the construction of new Winslow Park playing fields, Kelly Fredericks, president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation … more
COOLING OFF: Above, Lippitt School kindergartners …
Lippitt Elementary School became the latest to add an all-day Kindergarten program to its curriculum in the Warwick school district. “The district was looking at schools with 23 students or … more
The acclaimed Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular presented by Citizens Bank will return to Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, with shows running nightly from Oct. 2 through Nov. 2. This highly … more
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DiSanto, Priest & Co., a certified public accounting and business advisory firm with over 50 years of service, has announced the promotion of Jacqueline (Jackie) B. Gaipo to partner. Jackie began her … more
Mayor Scott Avedisian and Colonel Stephen McCartney are encouraging residents who have expired and/or unwanted prescription medications to take advantage of the federal Drug Enforcement … more
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