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After a walkthrough of the school on Monday, the State Department of Health “did not observe any evidence of a significant public health issue in the building” at Warwick Vets, according to a … more
By JOHN HOWELL Senator Sheldon Whitehouse planned on visiting the Warwick Public Library Saturday morning to field constituent questions ranging from issues over obtaining a visa to dealing with Medicare coverage. He and other members of the more
SUSPICIOUS SHOPLIFTING After receiving a report of a shoplifting in progress, Officer James Vible was dispatched to the Bald Hill Road Walmart on January 14 around 1:35 p.m. The store's loss prevention team advised that the suspects consisted of two more
Toll Gate sophomore Rebecca Carcieri is looking for a “silent hero.” Carcieri has found the names on the Internet of many “silent heroes” who died on the beaches of Normandy during the … more
Something to crow about Being the Chinese New Year and the year of the rooster, all reasons to celebrate, 12 members from the Rhode Island Kung Fu and Lion Dance Club performed outside and inside Han Palace Sunday afternoon. Three lions danced outside more
After declaring in her State of the State address that she aims to “rebuild and reinvent” the manufacturing industry, Gov. Gina Raimondo took a step toward keeping her promise on Thursday. She … more
By TESSA ROY Cindy and Dave Fera's house feels like home; their tiny dog Lucas is curled up in front of the fireplace, soft music plays, and a pleasant scent fills the air. The house is not just home to Cindy and Dave, but to many guests who stay there more
Choosing to express their point of view Administrators, faculty and students from religious, private and charter schools rallied at the State House Thursday in support of School Choice. In contrast to many rallies aimed at promoting a cause to more
Loyal following for a good cause Hundreds turned out Sunday afternoon to hear Billy Gilman sing at Balise Toyota in Warwick and then have him personally autograph photographs for the benefit of the Arts Reach Program at Hasbro Children's Hospital. The more
By JOHN HOWELL Ed Ladouceur, a councilman, chairman of the council finance committee and a contractor, remembers the 1998 truck that had 250,000 miles on it and started to show its age. When its spark plugs started coming out, he had the engine head more
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