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Stepping up for the Irish On Friday, March 15, in honor of St. Patrick's Day, members of the Kelly School of Irish Dance treated Holliman Elementary School students to an Irish step dance performance. Among those performing was Abigail Bryson, a student more
Face it, you were Irish on Sunday With ideal conditions, the 60th edition of the West Warwick St. Patrick's Day parade was a festive occasion with the line of march filled with spectators, many of them dressed in more vivid greens than those marching. more
A decade to study With the 1960s as the theme for this year's Academic Decathlon, graphics arts students at the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center had plenty to choose from in designing t-shirts for the state competition held Sunday at the Knight more
Let the sale begin Books will be flying off the shelves this weekend, March 15-17, at the annual Friends of the Library Book Sale at the main branch of the Warwick Public Library, located at 600 Sandy Lane. That's the idea, anyways, as more than 6,000 more
A toast to STEAM Stefan Pryor, director of the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, raises his glass of Apponaug Brewery stout Tuesday night at the recently opened brew pub at the Pontiac Mills to toast STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and more
Spring blossoms? Conimicut Village is renowned for its white way of ornamental pear blossoms, but it's too and too cold for that. Nonetheless, Kathy Eisemann's photo in the wake of Monday's snowstorm had us thinking twice. No, spring hasn't more
Caroline Taylor headed to World Irish Dance Championships Caroline Taylor, of Warwick, will compete in the 49th World Irish Dance Championships (World's) in April. Taylor is a sophomore at LaSalle Academy and a student of the The Goulding School of Irish more
Hoxsie is believed to be the first school in the city to have a “sensory path” thanks to the efforts of the school’s PTO. Made up of jumping steps and letters of the alphabet, the path … more
Cutting it Steve Stycos, farmer at the Westbay Farm on Centerville Road, has had a difficult time maintaining the grass between fields but that should be a problem this year thanks to the Rotary Club of Warwick. The club's Turkey Trot held on more
How sweet it is Mayor Joseph Solomon couldn't resist the temptation Tuesday when he visited A Piece of Cake in Airport Plaza as part of his weekly one-on-one business visits. Brittni Rea, a Johnson & Wales graduate who set out on her own about three more
By JOHN HOWELL It was 1959 and Hank Lachance was home, on leave from MacDill Air Force Base in Florida where he was a radio intercept operator. He planned on dancing at Lincoln Park, but he needed a partner. Hank admits to being self-conscious about his more
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