January 28, 2015
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Senate leaders seek immediate implementation of GED fee waivers President of the Senate M. Teresa Paiva Weed (D-Dist. 13, Newport, Jamestown), Senate Majority Leader Dominick J. Ruggerio (D-Dist. … more
ALL SMILES: Manager Rosa Diarbian is all smiles …
Behind the counter of the Miss Cranston Diner, manager Rosa Diarbian is all smiles. It has been 10 months since the old diner went up in a conflagration that was devastating to its neighborhood … more
Elite Physical Therapy upheld its annual tradition of making the holidays a little brighter for local Rhode Island communities with a food drive run through the months of November and December at … more
FUNDRAISING TEAM: Pictured from left are Wendy …
Benjamin McDermott, an eight-year-old with Spinal Muscular Atrophy II (SMA II), is now a bit of a celebrity after the recent Panera Bread “Raise the Dough” fundraiser. SMA II is a type of … more
Holliman Elementary School fifth-graders recently participated in a read-a-thon to benefit Toys for Tots raising more than $1,500. Over the past five years, school drives have raised more than … more
LEADING THE WAY: Neil Stamps, who served as …
Neil M. Stamps, CEO of the Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England, wants everyone to know that the organization is about much more than just cookies and camping. During his first year in the … more
Ebola has garnered a great deal of attention since early 2014, with a massive outbreak of the virus in West Africa having claimed over 8,400 lives. In the United States, there have been just four … more
NEIGHBORHOOD INSTITUTION: The Pontiac Free …
There’s a lot to be said for neighborhood institutions like the Pontiac Free Library. Remarkably, it’s the only Warwick library that remains independent, having decided to return to its … more
Although recent earthquakes seem to have died down in Connecticut, there is no reason to be unprepared if they were to start again. Since Jan. 8, Connecticut has experienced 11 earthquakes, the … more
Col. Stephen M. McCartney and the Warwick Police Department would like to hear from its residents and business owners as it begins the process of completing a Citizen’s Satisfaction Survey. The … more
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