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Nardolillo to host rally vs. aiding Syrians

November 18, 2015

COVENTRY— A press conference and rally will take place at the State House on Thursday to discuss the safety and security of Rhode Islanders in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks over the weekend.

District 28 (Coventry) Representative Bobby Nardolillo and his legislative colleagues in the House Minority Office will be hosting the rally beginning at 3 p.m. in the State House Rotunda.

Manchester 65's owner says club is probably closing

November 18, 2015

WEST WARWICK — The liquor license for Manchester 65 was reviewed at Tuesday’s council meeting.

“In light of several incidents leading up to and including a serious inquiry was actually presenting or producing bands they said they would introduce,” said West Warwick Town Solicitor Tim Williamson.

At the last council meeting, held two weeks ago, town officials discussed a concert held at Manchester 65 held the week prior which featured controversial Chicago rapper Chief Keef.

Feinstein students hold the annual cemetery clean-up

November 10, 2015

COVENTRY — Members of the Safari Team at the Alan Shawn Feinstein Middle School were busy Monday morning raking leaves, righting tilted veteran markers and replacing American flags in the Knotty Oak Cemetery just down the street from the middle school as a community service project.

Charles Blanchette, grade eight social studies teacher for Team Safari, lead the charge for the clean-up effort with the 97 students who are on that team as he has in previous years. He was joined by a number of parents and teachers. Together they filled 180 bags of leaves and replaced 160 flags.

Surveillance footage could help catch cash thief

November 10, 2015

WEST WARWICK— West Warwick Police are asking the public for continued help in catching the man who stole a donation bin from Roch’s Market that was going towards the construction of a police memorial. Surveillance footage still-shots provided by the West Warwick Police Department may help, according to Detective Jesse Tuomisto.

Calamar Zoned Out

October 30, 2015

WEST WARWICK — Over the summer the proposed 140-unit apartment complex at 175 Greenbush Rd., was approved by the town council, in September, the same plan was approved by the planning board, however the plan was stopped dead in its tracks in the last 10 minutes of a six-hour zoning board meeting Wednesday night.


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