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Ten-year-old Gabby Pascale, a fourth-grader at Winsor Hill Elementary, is one brave young lady. Diagnosed with bipolar disorder a little over a year ago, she's taken it upon herself to share her … more
Mayor Joseph Polisena was “holding court,” as the old adage goes, last week inside the state-of-the-art Northwoods Office Park located at 1301 Atwood Ave. in Johnston. Polisena went to the … more
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The word is out that there will be some form of car tax relief this year just as Speaker of the House Nicholas Mattiello promised in the closing weeks of his campaign for re-election last fall. Both Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian and more
There are more than just snakes living at Snake Den State Park. Last weekend, about 200 or so volunteer naturalists from throughout New England took part in a BioBlitz survey at the park. Conducted each year by the Rhode Island Natural more
Two people died and a third was seriously injured in a single-car crash on Route 146 North about 2:10 a.m. today. According to a press release, Rhode Island State Police Captain Matthew Moynihan … more
Thornton Elementary students, their families and their teachers held a huge celebration last Thursday at the school to commemorate all of the children's successes during the last year. It was the fifth Parent Academy workshop held at the more
The new city of Pambradyville hosted a wax museum at Sarah Dyer Barnes Elementary School last week. Each year the students in first grade create their own city and fill all of the positions needed to run their city, from mayors to medics more
“To the Nostradamuses, the malcontents and the misfits who predicted a tax increase this year, there is no tax increase,” said Mayor Joseph Polisena of his proposed $106,545,145 budget for the … more
While residents of the Greenville Avenue section of town have dealt with a sewer and water line extension project, work to extend sewer lines further west up Hartford Avenue will soon begin. According to Jamie Samons, public affairs more
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