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50 years later: Students help plan man's lunar landing celebration

By JOHN HOWELL They're going to build a lunar command module at the Warwick Area Career and Tech Center. Expect it to be completed by the end of the spring semester and ready for takeoff on July 20. Although designed for space travel, this module

RI Dems in solidarity with workers in call to end shutdown

By ETHAN HARTLEY Standing in solidarity with federal workers' union leaders, the complete complement of Rhode Island Congressional delegates joined at T.F. Green Monday morning to denounce the ongoing government shutdown - now the longest shutdown in the

City offices could be in Buttonwoods by next month

By JOHN HOWELL Like a cat, Buttonwoods School is going to have another life. Buttonwoods School? It's been known by other names, including the Buttonwoods Senior Center and, most recently, the Buttonwoods Community Center on West Shore Road at the

Gamm's 'The Night Watch' a U.S. first

By ETHAN HARTLEY With its third show of its first season in Warwick, the Sandra Feinstein Gamm Theatre looks to transport audiences back to the Blitz in London during the heat of World War II and the stories of people who were left to pick up the pieces

‘Taste of Warwick’ puts icing on inauguration

“Remember the days at the Rocky Point Palladium?” asked former Ward 5 Councilman Carlo Pisaturo from the shoulder-to-shoulder crowd in the corridor outside the grand ballroom of the Crowne …
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Trinity’s ‘Black Odyssey’ at Epic Theatre

Theatre Review By DON FOWLER Trinity Rep’s production of Marcus Gardley’s “Black Odyssey,” based on Homer’s epic work, is truly epic theatre at its finest. With a cast led by Trinity …

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‘Crazy Cool Fish’ in spotlight at Save The Bay’s Exploration Center

Emotional support animal, fact or fiction?

Sports
The Bishop Hendricken basketball team cruised to an 80-60 win over visiting Cranston East last week, maintaining its undefeated record this season. Despite taking a 17-15 lead into the second quarter, the Bolts were not able to keep up with the
The Toll Gate girl's basketball team edged host Lincoln 32-15 last week in a tough, defensive battle. The Titans would take a slim 12-7 lead into the halftime break, but would find more success in the second half as they outpaced Lincoln 20-8 in the
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Cranston/East Greenwich co-op Lady Thunderbirds hockey team flew into Thayer Arena on Friday night and defeated the Warwick co-op Lady Titans 2-1. It's the first time that Cranston/EG has beaten Warwick in two seasons. Senior Abbi
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Warwick Vets Middle School Hurricanes were beaten 60-45 by the Alan Shawn Feinstein Middle School of Coventry Falcons on Tuesday afternoon at home in boys basketball. Feinstein was led by Nate Collins, who scored 17 points, Colby
A TRADITION, TREASURE RETURNS JANUARY 10 - 3 PAPERS By PETE FONTAINE Memorabilia, memories and much, much more. That could well describe the return - or rebirth as some people are calling it - of what until two years ago was one of Rhode Island's most
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Police Log - 01/15-19

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE On January 5 at approximately 12:40 p.m., Officer Randy Bell was on routine patrol on Main Avenue at the traffic light to turn left onto Post Road. There he observed a vehicle traveling westbound on Main Avenue approaching the

Woman charged with cruelty, neglect in connection with death of 9-year-old girl

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Animal shelter news

Vets students raise funds for Animal Protection League

Warwick Veterans Middle School students raised over $1,000 for the East Greenwich Animal Protection League, based out of their headquarters in Cranston, and recently donated the funds to the shelter. Pauline Pinto, a teacher at Vets, and her

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Solomon outlines plans for Warwick's 'transformation'

By ETHAN HARTLEY Mayor Joseph Solomon, in his first speech after being officially inaugurated as the city's first new mayor in nearly two decades, could have easily spent his moment in the spotlight - with cameras and the eyes of hundreds of Warwick's

Firefighter medical exams questioned

Podcast seeks to bridge history with future

Merolla resumes Council presidency, committee chairs named

How and where to fish on the Narrow River

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Star Students - 12/20/18

Congratulations to this week's Star Students and the Art Star of the Week from our wonderfully talented students throughout the city!

Star Students - 12/13/18

Congratulations to this week's Star Students and our brand new feature, the Art Star of the week!