November 22, 2014
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Using a shiny set of brass scissors, Mayor Scott Avedisian was present as vehicle sales manager Brian Steere, surrounded by fellow workers, sliced the ribbon Thursday to officially open expanded … more
Residents at Greenwich Farms at Warwick paid tribute to the veterans in their midst and to all those who have served in the military at a series of events Tuesday that included a flag ceremony, … more
Barnes & Noble Warwick will host author and NFL sports agent Sean Stellato for a book signing for his book, No Backing Down: The Inspirational Story of the 1994 Salem High School Football Team, … more
Sheryl WuDunn, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, best-selling author, lecturer, and business executive, will speak at the Boss McLoughlin Gymnasium at Lincoln School, 301 Butler Avenue, Providence, … more
Westbay Community Action is seeking to recruit a board member who has a strong desire to serve the community and believes in the Westbay mission to “assist low income and disadvantaged residents to … more
As it has done for years, the Warwick Veterans Council placed a wreath on the monument in memory of those who served in the military in Veterans Park in front of Vets High School. In a brief ceremony … more
West Warwick Public Schools Mentor Program is looking for adults who love children, have life experiences to share and look to give back to the community for as little as one hour per week by … more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down another nine cents from last week and are on the verge of being at or below $3.00 per gallon for the first time since December of 2010, according to AAA … more
The Warwick Police Department and The Providence Center (TPC), the largest community mental health center in Rhode Island, have recently teamed up to assist officers responding to calls where mental … more
ACCIDENT SITE: David Bouchard of the Ripe Tomato …
An accident early Wednesday morning claimed the life of a 45-year-old Fall River man and father of two who was working on natural gas lines as part of the Apponaug Circulator project. Deputy … more
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