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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
The Rhode Island Department of Health has announced that the flu is now "e;widespread"e; in Rhode Island, triggering the requirement for unvaccinated healthcare workers in hospitals and many other healthcare facilities to wear masks during direct patient 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
The Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) recently hosted law enforcement and first responders from around the state to engage in "e;ALEC"e; (Autism and Law Enforcement Education Coalition) Autism Awareness Training. Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are more
Now more than ever, public television is expected to provide high-quality programming that serves the needs of the local community. Guided by the principle of civic engagement, Rhode Island PBS strives to create educational content that highlights the more
House Majority Leader K. Joseph Shekarchi has introduced legislation to require health insurers in Rhode Island to cover the full cost of life-saving epinephrine injectors, commonly known by the brand name, EpiPen. The legislation (2020-H 7265) would more
Rhode Island's Coast Guard Auxiliary's North Star Flotilla is offering a safe boating class starting Feb. 24. This class meets the requirement for the State of RI Boating Certificate that is required for Power Boat operators born after June 1986, or any 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
Data released this week by United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI) shows requests to its 2-1-1 call center for help with primary basic needs increased in 2019 compared to the previous year. The highest needs among Rhode Islanders who turned to 2-1-1 were more
DUI At approximately 4:19 p.m. on Jan. 29, officers Ryan Shibley Ben Bratko responded to the intersection of Warwick Avenue and Ninigret Street for a report of a possible overdose. Dispatch advised that an off-duty officer at the scene had observed a man more
View the documentary film, "e;Do It, Man! The Story of the Celebrity Club"e; and meet filmmakers Norm Grant and Tom Shaker at Warwick Public Library on Tuesday, February 18, at 7 p.m. The documentary tells the story of Providences legendary Celebrity Club, more
Making a comeback Hooters, which closed in 2014 due to health violations, is undergoing renovations. The building sustained damage from a snowstorm in 2015, further complicating its reopening. Dr. Brad Turchetta, whose company Concord Realty leases the more
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