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Thanks to the Greater Warwick Lions Club, a bench bearing the name and photograph of Kevin Oliver, who died last September, was dedicated Tuesday evening at the Oakland Beach Commons. Oliver started … more
The Pumpkin Patch at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 111 West Shore Road, will open Oct. 4 at 11 am. Drop by to take pictures, get some pumpkins and find out what other Halloween events are planned. The … more
THREE GENERATIONS: Hurd Auto has been a family …
Chris Hurd recalls his grandfather, Frank, as “one of the hardest workers there ever was.” In 1935, Frank decided to test his mettle as a business owner, even in the midst of the Great … more
Toll Gate High School will hold an open house Thursday, Oct. 8. There will be a meeting of all parents starting at 6 p.m. in the Robert J. Shapiro Cultural Arts Center. School Administration will … more
The Rhode Island State Elks Association is hosting their Annual 5k Walk for Drug Awareness program this Sunday at Warwick City Park beginning at 9 a.m. Registration will be $10 and all the proceeds … more
SURVIVOR: Lourenco is a cancer survivor and felt …
To support awareness for pediatric cancer, Misty Lourenco, 39, a cancer survivor herself, and Warwick PAL teamed up together for a Go Gold event Sept. 20th. Last year Lourenco was battling … more
Bruen Deldin DiDio Associates, Inc. recently celebrated the acquisition of Pearson Cronin & Jacobson (PCJ) at their new office on Nooseneck Hill Road in Coventry. PCJ has a 160-year history as an … more
The American Cancer Society’s Look Good Feel Better program is currently scheduling patients at local medical and health facilities in the area. This free program helps female cancer patients going … more
IN OUR BACKYARD: Dr. Traci Green has spent much …
Attorney General Peter Kilmartin provided some staggering statistics concerning drug addiction and overdose at Tuesday’s press conference in the Providence Center. Over the last five years … more
With the school year underway, the Department of Health’s mandate for all 7th graders to have the HPV vaccine has already been implemented, but that hasn’t stopped protestors and safe vaccine … more
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