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Leo G Perrone,, 87, of Warwick, died peacefully on Thursday, July 19, 2018, surrounded by his family. He is survived by his beloved wife for 66 wonderful years, Ann (Ryan). He was a loving and … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The annual Powwow, put on by the Rhode Island Indian Council, returns to Oakland Beach this Saturday and Sunday. more
Little Reba is a sweet little Pit mix looking for a new home. Maybe you could be the one to befriend this lovable gal forever? more
Pilgrim's Class of 2018 was filled with many scholars, and the top 10 were no exception. All involved in multiple clubs and sport teams. Many of the top 10 were involved in the community, participating in community service and extracurricular activities. more
To the Editor: I should have known better, having lived here for over five years, than to walk my 2-year-old grandson to the play ground near the ball fields at Warwick City Park. I had hoped that things had improved from the previous years. From a more
There is nothing more heartwarming than seeing people helping one another. It is easy to forget in a society where we are so often bombarded with negativity that truly positive things go on in our communities every single day. People get married, babies more
Mayoral candidate Gerald Carbone will accept an endorsement from the Rhode Island Progressive Democrats of America on Friday, in a ceremony at City Park at 4 p.m. “We at RIPDA are proud to … more
By ETHAN HARTLEY For a while it seemed like the only boat that would be joining the Warwick Pond Parade line was the pontoon boat that had the official banner hanging off the side of it, which was strung up with string provided by Friends of Warwick more
By MARGARET TAYLOR Twin sisters Jean Farmanian Ricci and Joan Farttarelli are disappointed by what Rhode Island legislators are accomplishing on their behalf in D.C. They feel that the state isn't doing enough to support small business, and that blue more
By PEDER SCHAEFER While passing Spring Green Memorial Church on Warwick Avenue on a summer's day, it's not uncommon to hear from the open windows the spirited sopranos of the choir accompanied by the rumbling hum of an organ. Close observers might've more
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