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In honor of Bob The American flag at Brayton Cemetery is at half-staff honoring Bob Darigan, who recently passed away. He was a 15-year member of the Warwick Commission on Historical Cemeteries. Bob and friend Emmett Reinhardt cleared this 7.6-acre more
From across the state Hundreds turned out last Wednesday night for the fundraiser to benefit Senate Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey of Warwick held at the Crowne Plaza. Those attending included a number of state and city elected officials from both more
Lining them up Lauren Slocum, president and CEO of the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce, directs elected officials to line up with Josh Post, owner of the newly opened Bonnie and Clyde tattoo parlor in Conimicut Village, for a photo op. Members more
Speakeasy days It was Valentine's Day circa the Roaring '20s last Friday night at the Oakland Beach Volunteer Fire Company in Warwick, where party-goers were decked out in 1920s garb and enjoyed an old-fashioned dinner consisting of tomato soup, grilled more
Aiming to inspire entrepreneurs Bobby Martorelli and his friend, Maax Bert, who both started their own businesses, recently addressed the Pilgrim High class taught by Karin Greaves. Martorelli owns and operates Martorelli Property Services LLC. Bert runs more
With her son's help Mayor Joseph Solomon wielded the giant gold scissors to officially open the newest store in Conimicut Village, the Tiger Eye Gift Shop at 768 West Shore Road operated by Liz Boucher. Noting how she enjoys flea markets and has the gift more
Reason to give thanks The Kent County YMCA received a helping hand from the Rotary Club of Warwick last Thursday when they split the proceeds of the $7,700 raised at the club's 2019 Turkey Trot held Thanksgiving Day at City Park. Organized by club member more
An artisans' bazaar Since last September, Rhonda Quaine has run a craft show featuring the work of 25 to 30 vendors on a monthly basis at the Gateway Shopping Plaza in Hoxsie. A portion of what years ago was the Ben Franklin store is made available for more
HarborOne supports Westbay Westbay Community Action recently received a $500 donation from HarborOne to help support the more then 50 programs Westbay has to offer along with providing services to more than 21,00 Kent County residents. Pictured are Paul more
Part of the cleanup Forty-four Winman Middle School students accompanied by teachers Stephanie Hips and Julie McCaffrey visited the Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Exeter Jan. 31 as part of the school's support of Wreaths Across America's mission to more
Looking for its rightful owner Several years ago, James Hickey found an Eastern High Class of 1979 ring. Hickey doesn't recall the circumstances surrounding finding the ring, but he located an Eastern High in Beaver, Ohio and called them to see if they more
Beauty & The Beast Nearly 1,000 young athletes from throughout New England and 3,000 spectators converged at the Rhode Island Convention Center over the weekend of Jan. 18-20 for the third annual Beauty and the Beast Gymnastics and Wrestling more
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