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Jean D. (Harrop) Gilmore, 88, died November 23, 2013. She was the wife of the late Herbert M. Gilmore. She was the daughter of the late William E. and Ann (Needham) Harrop. Mrs. Gilmore had been … more
TOP FLIGHT: Warwick native Susie Cavanagh skates …
Susie Cavanagh has painted signs and slapped the glass in more than a few family cheering sections at Schneider Arena. On Sunday, the Cavanagh family was back, but Susie wasn’t in their … more
Meadowbrook Bingo Meadowbrook Terrace, 2220 Warwick Ave., has bingo every Friday might at 6:30 p.m., featuring great prizes and a wonderful group of people. All are welcome. Warwick Historical … more
Hendricken's Will Parmlee and Matt Duffie …
Bishop Hendricken had nine days between the end of its regular season and its opener in the Division I boys' basketball playoffs. The focus throughout that stretch was on fundamentals, and for the … more
WILL PARMLEE HENDRICKEN • BASKETBALL • …
Parmlee scored 17 points and threw down two dunks in leading Hendricken to a dominant state quarterfinal victory over Mt. Hope. “We went out there and played well together,” Parmlee said. … more
With players from Johnston and Smithfield, St. Philip of Greenville won state and New England championships in the girls’ basketball CYO fifth and sixth grade parish division. After an undefeated … more
Charlotte M. (Jackson) Caplette, 93, of Warwick passed away on April 18, 2014 at Kent Regency. She was the wife of the late Norman Caplette. Born in Providence, she was a daughter of the late … more
ACROSS THE WAY: Toll Gate's Jenna Beauchamp makes …
For one inning against Mount St. Charles on Thursday, the Toll Gate softball team looked like the team it hopes to be this season. For the other six, the Titans weren’t even close. Toll Gate … more
The Write Stuff Ancient writings were chiseled in stone - profound statements, standing alone. No one mentioned writers’ blocks; rough drafts used too many rocks! The Egyptians used … more
The Warwick Public Library has kicked off their summer reading program by visiting grade schools and encouraging summer reading for kids. Ellen O’Brien, head of the Children’s Library, and … more
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