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SHARING HIS PASSION: Care New England COO and …
Kent Hospital is pleased to announce its second art exhibit featuring the artwork of Care New England staff member Winston Ajce of Woonsocket. Winston, an employee for the past 13 years, was … more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released national survey results that show Rhode Island now has the second lowest youth smoking rate in the country. The results come … more
SPECIAL SERVINGS: The Rhode Island State Elks …
Elks share, Elks care. Those words, which are affixed to a national logo, surfaced in many forms last Thursday at the picturesque Masonic Youth Center off 116 Long St. in the Buttonwoods section … more
Tri-City Elks Pig Roast with all the fixins Aug. 23. Tickets are $20. Please get your tickets early at the lounge bar before Aug. 19. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Yard Sale/Craft Fair … more
The Davis School of Martial Arts and Self Defense, 2737 Post Rd., held a demonstration at the Warwick Fire Fighters Hall on Warwick Avenue on Sunday. The school changed ownership in January and ran … more
The Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV) will celebrate 35 years of progress and leadership in the movement to end domestic abuse Thursday, Oct. 9 at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet. Dan … more
New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) will offer free three-day Professional Development Seminars for high school educators Aug. 19 through Thursday, Aug. 21 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the college’s … more
Sunday’s super moon, seen rising here above Conimicut Point, was considered the best of the super moons of the year by astrophysicists. Super moons that occur four to six times a year are so named … more
FAMILY’S PRIDE: Pictured from left are Frank …
Many World War II veterans rarely shared their experiences with family and friends once the war ended. Most servicemen returned home to find work and start families while trying to … more
RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP: Megan Wilks receives the …
Three Warwick high school graduates with an interest in science and engineering have been awarded John A. Caruso Scholarships from the Warwick Sewer Authority (WSA). On Wednesday, Aug. 6, the … more
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