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DEMANDING HONESTY: ACLU Executive Director Steven …
Yesterday, the American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island (ACLU) announced their third attempt at legal action against the Rhode Island Board of Education, claiming the board violated open … more
Six new members will be inducted into the Bishop Hendricken Athletic Hall of Fame later this month. On Oct. 27, Mike Creedon, Brian Crudden, Gerry Habershaw, David Kenney, Jr., Paul Mangili and … more
Shirley A. (Colasante) Panarello, 78, of Warwick, passed away on October 18, 2013. She was the beloved wife of the late Bart Panarello. Born in Providence, she was the daughter of the late John … more
Warwick Vets students took to the field Friday afternoon to join a classmate’s fundraising effort in the Kick Out Cancer Soccer Tournament. The event was the capper on Vets student Amber Beech’s … more
SAM ADAMO
The Pilgrim hockey team felt like it underachieved last year by not living up to the talent it was putting on the ice every weekend. The Pats didn’t make the playoffs for the first time in five … more
ART CHAMPIONS: Warwick Museum of Art programming …
Since launching the “Arts for All!” campaign in mid-October, the Warwick Museum of Art (WMOA) has been able to raise half of the $28,000 needed to replace the building’s wheelchair lift. … more
REBECCA O’DONNELL PILGRIM • INDOOR TRACK …
O’Donnell won the long jump and the 55-meter dash on Saturday at the Medium Schools class championship, helping Pilgrim to a first-place finish. It was the Pats’ first class championship since … more
Salois named to Bridgewater dean’s list Warwick resident Nicholas Salois has been named to the Bridgewater State University dean’s list for academic achievement during the 2013 fall semester. … more
Although it might have been thought to be an ideal location for a new military academy in Warwick, the Pvt. Lloyd S. Cooper III Army Reserve Center already has a future purpose once the city takes … more
Miller apologizes after profanity flap State Sen. Joshua Miller (D-Cranston) on Tuesday issued a public apology after he was criticized for directing profanity toward a man during a March 18 rally … more
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