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Forty years later The Pilgrim High School Class of 1978 celebrated their 40th anniversary on Saturday in the ballroom of the Radisson Hotel in Warwick. It was quite a turnout as classmates reunited and exchanged hugs and handshakes and squeezed into more
For Gianna Gloria Zeoli (right), Unit President of the William Shields American Legion #43 Auxiliary, presents a $1,000 check to Tara Cirella, the mother of the late Gianna Cirella, the 16-year-old Toll Gate High School student who passed away after a more
By ETHAN HARTLEY Newly elected Ward 8 City Councilman Anthony Sinapi was probably wishing he had at least chosen to wear a nice pair of slacks on Monday night, as he was invited by Council President Steve Merolla to take his Ward 9 chair and watch the more
The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) has launched two student design contests, giving students the opportunity to make a mark on Rhode Island education. High school students with relevant computer science experience are eligible to compete to more
The Kent Center for Human and Organizational Development, Inc. and Riverwood Mental Health Services, which merged in 2017, unveiled its new name, “Thrive Behavioral Health” this week. “Due … more
A new spot for authentic Mexican Mayor Joseph Solomon was joined by Karen Jedson, director of the Warwick Department of Tourism Culture and Development, and members of the Rhode Island Central Chamber of Commerce to welcome the owners and staff of more
With the open enrollment period for 2019 Medicare coverage set to begin on Oct. 15, United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI) has scheduled five Saturday events to help Rhode Islanders who need assistance enrolling or making changes to their health and more
On Wednesday, Oct. 3 at 7:00 p.m. author Bob Hocking, will visit the Warwick Public Library to give a presentation on how to deal with the challenge of getting written work published. Hocking, whose biography and publications can be further explored on more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The Greenwood Volunteer Fire Company #1 is asking for support to help raise funds to continue making repairs to their hall, which also doubles as a museum for antique firefighting trucks and accessories and historical information... more
By JOHN HOWELL Liddle Tots II Teen at Pond Plaza, the proposed site of a controversial three-story self-storage unit, is open again after a Superior Court Justice found that the landlord had improperly evicted the business serving 130 children. According more
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