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The final resting place of a family that helped found Warwick got a little help from a community that deeply cares about the city's history. Historical Cemetery 107, where many members of the Holden family were laid to rest, was in rough more
As the start to the new school year gets closer, John McCarthy is reflecting on the successes of his first year as chair of the Cranston Educational Advisory Board (CEAB) and looking ahead. The group meets monthly all year long to discuss more
Library to hold Passport Day The Cranston Public Library will hold its annual Passport Day on Saturday, Oct. 8. U.S. citizens planning international travel may apply for their passports at the Central Library between 2 p.m. and 5 pm. more
“It’s exciting to see someone stringing up their guitar for the first time. It’s like something is being born.” more
State House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello told reporters Tuesday that former state Rep. Ray Gallison will be charged with embezzlement in Massachusetts, a claim his spokesperson later rescinded, … more
By PETE FONTAINE What was once going to be a lacrosse field at the entrance to the Johnston Soccer Complex off Atwood Avenue will now be a state-of-the-art indoor recreation facility, for which Mayor Joseph Polisena and town officials ceremonially broke more
Ward 5 Councilman Ed Ladouceur, left, who faced Republican candidate Danny Hall in the 2012 election, endorsed his former opponent as a candidate for the School Committee this week. Ladouceur said he talked with Hall and he has the" more
Bishop Hendricken High School added seven to its Hall of Fame at an on-campus induction ceremony Sunday. “Through time, talent and treasure, all of this year’s inductees have made significant … more
Johnston Planning Board September 6, 2016 Agenda The Johnston Planning Board regular monthly meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 6, 2016, at the Johnston Senior Center … more
According to information provided by the school administration, almost 90 percent of Warwick's 897 teachers would make more than $79,000 - and some with longevity and coaching stipends more than $100,000 a year - under the contract more
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