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On Oct. 19 a Kent County Superior Court jury found Bruce McNeil, 76, of Warwick, guilty of one count of second-degree child molestation on Oct. 19. The jury returned the guilty verdict after 15 minutes of deliberations following a three-day trial more
Brigadier Gen. Christopher P. Callahan of the Rhode Island National Guard knows first hand what Operation Holiday Cheer can mean. Callahan was on deployment more than a decade ago when he received some of that Rhode Island holiday cheer. more
Municipal officials and representatives from Warwick social service agencies took away a daunting packet of numbers from the Warwick Data in Your Backyard event hosted Monday by Rhode Island Kids Count and the Warwick Coalition to Prevent more
The School Committee voted Tuesday to move forward with the recommendation to close two schools and re-purpose two others for the 2018-2019 academic year, but with a change. Though the consolidation committee had also recommended putting off more
Schools could be closed today. That was the warning issued yesterday afternoon to parents on the Connect-Ed system by Superintendent Philip Thornton in response to reports that the Warwick Teachers Union had planned a sick-out." Warwick" more
It took double overtime, but it was well worth it for the Pilgrim field hockey team. The Pats upended Chariho, which went 12-3-0 in Division II play, 1-0 in the second period of extra play to earn a spot in the more
When it comes to providing the best care for patients, Dr. Robert E. Baute doesn't compromise. That was the message as the Kent Hospital Cardiac Catheterization Lab was dedicated to the man who fought so hard to make it a reality. Baute more
Growing up, Kwity Paye heard often that playing Division I football may be out of reach for him. That only made the now 6-foot-4, 230-pound defensive force work harder throughout the years. I feel like I always knew I could" more
With the regular season nearing its end, all three Warwick schools are once again in action this week. After a big win at Portsmouth last week, Hendricken will look to keep its unbeaten season rolling, while Pilgrim and Toll more
Senior Kat Raposo transferred to Pilgrim after Warwick Vets closed as a high school this spring, but it was as though she never left. On her old home field, Raposo notched two goals on senior night to propel more
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