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Blessed as a learning place Father Roger Gagne, pastor of St. Peter Church, blesses the new outdoor classroom with the help of students at St. Peter School. The Sister Mary Angelus Outdoor Classroom is a welcome addition to the school, and the blessing more
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island are down three cents this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAAs September 3 survey of prices in Rhode Island finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $2.56 per gallon. Rhode Islands price is one cent lower than the more
Harmony Heritage Chorus, the Pawtucket chapter of Harmony, Incorporated, an international organization of female a cappella singers specializing in the barbershop harmony style, will host a New Singers Night on Tuesday, September 10. Female singers of more
Those who enjoy taking care of people and want to channel that gift into a career are welcome to enroll in a free certified nursing assistant training program now offered at Westerly Education Center. The training is available to any Rhode Island more
Rhode Island’s only Walk for PI will be making its debut this Sunday, September 8th right in Warwick City Park, kicking off with a registration at 8:30 a.m.  After a 9:45 a.m. welcoming … more
More than 200 Rhode Island children - 75 from the Warwick community - are heading back to school this month with brand-new backpacks filled with school and health supplies, thanks to a donation campaign organized by Coastal Medical's Charity and more
Massage Envy, the largest provider of therapeutic massage and skin care services in the U.S. collectively across its franchise network, will be supporting World Wellness Weekend September 21 and 22 with franchised locations nationwide opening their doors more
Kent Washington Association of Realtors President Mark McHugh of Clearmark Real Estate LLC in Warwick has been named the association's 2019 REALTOR of the Year. As a member of the Kent Washington Association member since 2006, more
By ROB OATLEY September is celebrated as National Recovery Month (NRM), and Rhode Islanders couldn't be happier to show their support for those suffering with addiction. The nationwide movement orchestrated by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health more
By ROB OATLEY Even after retirement, some teachers never stop helping students. Betty Gordon, a retired English teacher from Classical and Mount Pleasant High Schools, made a generous donation within the last two weeks of two Intermediate Stop the Bleed more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Stories and entertainment directly from the Warwick community will be on center stage, free for the public to enjoy throughout the next year as part of a series put on by the Sandra Feinstein Gamm Theatre. The Rhode Island Foundation is more
Keeping it local Traditionally, Warwick Police have played an active role in the statewide Cops, Kids and Classroom drive to ensure that kids returning to school have the supplies they need. This year, the effort was targeted locally with a focus on more
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