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Two of a kind Father-son team sees bright future for Warwick's Double Vision Optical By DANIEL KITTREDGE John L. Spaziano and his son, John W. Spaziano, will take in a Pawtucket Red Sox game with their wives later this month to celebrate Father's Day. more
For Michael and Sharon Passano, who live in the Lakewood section of Warwick, going on vacation involves less than a five-mile drive to Greenwich Bay Marina on Warwick Cove. They’re not alone. … more
Music on the Hill opens its 45th season on Sunday, June 2, at 3 p.m. with an outdoor concert featuring the Narragansett Brass Quintet, on the beautiful grounds of Clouds Hill Victorian House Museum … more
Atwood Greenhouses in Cranston was bustling on a recent Thursday as patrons enjoyed a bright, beautiful spring day. The sun illuminated the spectrum of colors lining the aisles, one of owner and … more
The week starts with meatballs for breakfast every Monday morning at Beltone New England, a hearing aid company headquartered at 931 Jefferson Blvd., Suite 2001, Warwick. The fun tradition has … more
Mother’s Day is devoted to the women who have nurtured and comforted us all our lives, whose love and hard work have made our stories – and our successes – possible. That’s an awful lot to … more
Settling into your late 20s can be tough, especially when your sister calls in on a favor you pledged to help with as kids – to help carry her baby to term as a surrogate – only for things to go … more
By ERIN O'BRIEN At 19, Peter Mahoney enlisted in the U.S. Navy and headed for the Mediterranean - and found himself involved in what became the deadliest naval peacetime maneuver accident in U.S. Naval history. This Thursday marks 67 years since the more
Setting the tempo: Noya, RIPO's multitasking resident conductor, has no plans to slow down By DON FOWLER Perhaps best known for his conducting of the popular Summer Pops concerts at Narragansett Beach, Roger Williams Park, the Bristol Fourth of July more
The energy was palpable on a recent Thursday night at the hall tucked behind Heritage Christian Fellowship in Warwick Neck. Lions, Tigers and Bears – and yes, even Unicorns – greeted each … more
For the past 31 years, Rhode Island students in grades four through eight have competed for top honors in the Rhode Island Geography Bee and the chance to travel to the national contest in … more
The sense of community at the heart of the annual Race for Matt and Grace was on display this past Monday night. Jack and Sallyann DiIorio opened their Johnston home to a board meeting, attended … more
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