October 20, 2014
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A teller at Wave Credit Union on Warwick Avenue just said “No” to a 25-year-old homeless man who demanded money from the teller on Tuesday. Police searched the neighborhood after the man fled on … more
A WARWICK INSTITUTION: Brian Tucker chats with …
Since 1997, the Pilgrim baseball team has won 149 games. I know this, of course, because Tuck told me. He has chronicled all of them, one pitch, one out, one inning at a time. In his oversized … more
ALUMNI AWARD: President Rev. Brian J. Shanley, …
Reverend Robert Marciano ’79, pastor of St. Kevin’s Church in Warwick, received the Bishop Harkins Award during Providence College’s Annual Reunion Weekend on May 31. The College’s National … more
READY FOR AUG. 24 EVENT: Stylist Amanda …
Sue Mello has been cutting hair for 20 years and when her 8-year-old stepdaughter was diagnosed with aplastic anemia and lost her hair from chemotherapy, she realized how hair becomes our security; … more
In a release issued last week, Sen. William A. Walaska (D-Dist. 30, Warwick) said he is extremely disappointed that the Rhode Island Airport Corporation acted unilaterally and without required public … more
NOT MUCH ROOM: The Tidewater Drive bridge at high …
When George Shuster learned from his wife Stephanie that contractors and the director of public works were meeting last week at the Mill Creek Bridge on Tidewater Drive, he saw red. For the past … more
After a lengthy process that started in March, the subcommittee drawing up a Request for Proposals (RFP) to hire an outside consultant to examine the school district and create a long-term plan has a … more
To the Editor: We have long known there are problems with education in the U.S., as our students fare poorly compared to students in other industrialized nations. I have a 70-year-old algebra … more
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This June, when it came time for candidates to declare and collect signatures to appear on the ballot, there was a lack of candidates across the city. Many incumbents found themselves unchallenged. … more
MAN OF HONOR: Luke Gibeau was chosen as the Man …
The Vikings stormed Sherman Elementary School last Friday. They didn’t pillage and, in fact, left the school with some unusual memories, like twirling around 10 times holding a pole in the … more
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