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MR. & MRS. CHAD FRIEL Photography by Dia (Diane Medeiros) BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT Lauren Paolino and Chad Friel were united in marriage August 13, 2017 by Reverend Alfred Ricci at St. Gregory the Great Church in Warwick. A reception was held at Saltwater more
MR. & MRS. WILLIAM VICKERS Photo by Bellenise Photography) Kaitlin Paolino and William Vickers were united in marriage February 18, 2017 by Father Roland Simonea at St. Benedict's Church in Warwick. The organist was Bryan Barrett. A reception followed at more
My children who are adopted are of mixed races, which has instigated a lot of joking over the years about how much we are like each other. I remember shopping at Walmart with my daughter, Dinora, … more
Warwick Central Baptist Church, 3270 Post Road (across from City Hall in Apponaug) is having their Holly Berry Bazaar Nov. 4 from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. There will be quilts and more, baby table, handwork table, holiday decorations, gifts for teachers, baked more
By JEN COWART Registration is currently taking place now for the Fifth Annual Veterans Day 5K sponsored by Park View Middle School. For the second year in a row, the proceeds will be split between the school and Operation Stand Down, a local organization more
By PAM SCHIFF For the fourth year, the World Language Department of Cranston East held a special meet and greet for teachers, parents, students and families of their ELL students in the senior caf on October 18. The Feast is run in conjunction with the more
By JEN COWART Last month, The Village for RI Foster and Adoptive Families was honored in Washington D.C. at the Angels in Adoption three-day event, sponsored by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCIA). Traveling to Washington D.C. to more
By THOMAS GREENBERG At no cost to the city, the Beachmont sports complex on the corner of Beachmont Avenue and Ashmont Street got some much-needed repairs and renovations made to its basketball court. The renovations came courtesy of the Rhode Island more
By JEN COWART For the second year in a row, the annual Trunk-or-Treat Halloween celebration has been extra sensitive to those students with food allergies by including the Teal Pumpkin Project in the event. Ever since our elementary schools shifted from" more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The national concern regarding biased and unfair news reporting has hit locally here in Cranston. Over 50 men and women associated with the Kent County Huddle took to the corner of Pontiac Avenue and Kelley Drive on Monday morning in more
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