December 22, 2014
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During this busy holiday season of shopping and decorating, it can be easy to overlook the fact that many people are struggling to adequately feed themselves and their family. Ocean State Job Lot, … more
COLOSSAL COLLECTION: Mark Eaton (standing right), …
Several years ago at this time, the Tri-City Elks Lodge No. 14 couldn’t afford Christmas cards, let alone gifts. But Tuesday night, some members inside the Warwick-based lodge turned into elves … more
OATH OF OFFICE: From right to left, Probationary …
Police department and public officials alike gathered at the police community room Tuesday night for a swearing-in and award ceremony. After what Colonel Stephen McCartney called a busy six months … more
DIGGING: Alan Gettman, the mosquito abatement …
Save the Bay and Rocky Hill School have been working together since 2012 to unearth a blocked creek in the Potowomut salt marsh behind Rocky Hill School. On Monday morning, with help from the RI … more
Scam artists are back, trying to con Rhode Island businesses out of hundreds of dollars claiming an overdue National Grid payment. At least two small business owners were scammed out of hundreds of … more
EMBEZZLED Officer Stephen Major went to Macy’s in Warwick Mall on Dec. 12 to speak with a loss prevention manager who told him she was checking employee packages as they left the store and found … more
INTRODUCTION: Governor-Elect Gina Raimondo and …
Governor-elect Gina Raimondo gave the pitch Tuesday night, and more than 140 leaders – from CEOs of non-profits to the decisionmakers of some of the state’s largest companies – were ready to … more
GIVING BACK: Charles Dress and Verteal Patterson …
Two of Warwick’s hardest working volunteers were recently honored and recognized for their efforts at the 2014 Rhode Island AARP Andrus Award and Volunteer Recognition Luncheon held on Dec. 5 at … more
NOT JOLLY: Paul McNeil of Warwick, dressed as …
Santa made an appearance at the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission hearing on National Grid’s request to increase electric bills by nearly 24 percent starting next month. But he wasn’t … more
CUSHMAN
Using city-generated pie charts from the 2004 budget and comparing it to the current budget, former Ward 1 Councilman Robert Cushman illustrated Monday night how employee benefits have climbed from … more
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