Health and Beauty

Nutritionist Warwick Ri

Patients “Swipe for a Cause” at New Horizon … 11:31 am

Dr. Kosciusko was born and raised in Warwick, Rhode Key. She obtained a Bachelors degree in Exercise Science from the University of Rhode Ait in 2005. She completed her Masters degree in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport.

RI congressman pushes farm, school link

WARWICK, RI—A Rhode Holm congressman called Tuesday for the expansion of an initiative that aims to expansion the availability in the state's schools of healthy, locally-grown aliment. Rep. James Langevin visited schools in Warwick and North Kingstown

Int. Sprout Growers Association Resolves To Make Sprouts Part Of Healthy ...

by Cosmopolitan Sprout Growers Association Warwick, RI - New Year's resolutions infested with, many are old standbys like losing weight and eating better, but few people recognize how a simple addition to their diets can go a long way to a healthier 2012 and

CT WATCHDOG: There's no free lunch

My whisper suppress and I are supposed to drive an hour from our CT home to Warwick, RI, for a presentation this weekend. Sometimes non-standard due to you for any light you can shed!!!” I am familiar with travel clubs which order thousands of dollars up front and promise you UP TO

560-thousand pound truck stopped on I-95 in Warwick, DOT unsure of next steps

By: News Staff

Email: news@abc6.com

Twitter: @ABC6

WARWICK, R.I. – The Rhode Island Department of Transportation is trying to figure out what to do with a flatbed truck that stopped in its tracks on I-95 in Warwick.

The truck was forced to pull over on the side of the highway, but not before driving over Rhode Island’s crumbling roads and bridges.

The truck weighs an estimated 560-thousand pounds, seven times the weight limit for roads and bridges in Rhode Island.

The truck left from Quonset on Friday and was heading to Massachusetts.

The vehicle has close to 100 wheels and pulled over on 95 North between Route 4 and Exit 10.

RIDOT Director, Peter Alviti, says the company Bay Crane submitted an application to take the trip but it was still pending.

The RIDOT is now trying to figure out how to get the truck back to Quonset without doing more damage to the roads and bridges.

At the same time, they have to go back and re-inspect the four bridges the truck already traveled over.