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With a force of 214, the Warwick Fire Department has been first in the Fill the Boot campaign for MDA in Southern New England and looks to be so again this year. As of Sunday – the second weekend … more
UP AND OVER: Tara Medeiros kicks the ball out of …
Sparked by a talented senior class and a move down to Division II last year, the Warwick Vets girls’ soccer team had a resurgent season, winning 10 games and reaching the D-II … more
SMOOTHER AND FASTER: Easton Avenue is among those …
While there’s agreement the city needs to address road repairs, the funding for an extensive program, as the mayor has proposed with a $5 million bond, won’t happen this year and may not happen … more
DRIBBLE: Vets' Nikone Soupharath carries the ball …
When the current seniors joined the Warwick Vets boys’ soccer program, the Hurricanes were mired in a second consecutive winless season. Since then, those players have helped Vets morph into a … more
ON THE FOOT: Haley Rouleau tracks down a bouncing …
There was a time when the Toll Gate girls’ soccer team wasn’t out of place in Division I, but the last few years the Titans certainly were, highlighted by a two-win campaign a year ago. This … more
The Mad Clatter, consisting of guitarist and lead singer Ryan Rice, drummer Danielle Zarrella and bassist Nate Freedman, performs as part of the Music in the Park series sponsored by O’Rourke’s … more
The Meeting Street School in Providence often has a reputation for being a facility only for children with Individualized Education Programs (IEP), or special needs, but two non-IEP Warwick twins … more
REMEMBERING THE PAST, CELEBRATING THE FUTURE: …
Community College of Rhode Island President Ray Di Pasquale was hopeful James Flanagan, son of the late William Flanagan and the college’s founding president, would say one thing at the college’s … more
QUICK FEET: Kamron Murphy heads up the field for …
After three straight losing seasons marked by ever-shrinking numbers, the Pilgrim boys’ soccer team has reached the light at the end of the tunnel. It can only get brighter from here. … more
City Council President Donna Travis said last Wednesday that the council will vote on the appointment of its auditor, Catherine King Avila, an action that it failed to take when Avila assumed the … more
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