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PIZZA PLOY According to a report filed by Patrolman Derrick Palazzo, a pizza deliveryman for a Providence pizza store should have been suspicious of an order he got the night of Nov. 10. He told … more
TAILGATING A Boker Street resident reported the tailgate from his 1998 green GMC pick-up truck was stolen on Sept. 28. The owner of the truck told Officer Michelle Caron that his son had driven … more
Architect’s rendering of proposed assisted …
Plans to build a four-story, 74-room assisted living facility on Post Road overlooking Greenwich Bay is shaping up to be a battle over esthetics and what best complements a neighborhood of … more
NEVER MIND… Officer Raymond Cox reported he got a call from Weymouth, Mass. man, on Sept. 1, who told him that he was in Warwick on Aug. 31 shopping at the Bed, Bath & Beyond store when he … more
SHOPLIFTING, NOT Officer James Vible reported he was on patrol around 9:15 a.m. when he got a call to be on the lookout for a black Subaru suspected of being involved in a shoplifting from the … more
LARCENY On March 10, at 4:46 p.m., Officer Aaron Kay was dispatched to the lobby of the Warwick Police Department headquarters for a walk-in report of a larceny from a motor vehicle that occurred … more
WHAT’S PLANNED: The final phase in the current …
Kelly Fredericks is good at getting people’s interest. The president and CEO of the Rhode Island Airport Corporation (RIAC) did it again Tuesday morning at the first of what promises to be … more
MISSING TRAILER Officer Britton Kelly reported the theft of a boat trailer from a house on Brendard Avenue on Oct. 29. The owner said he noticed that day that an 18-foot, single-axle galvanized … more
THE GOOD NEWS: Louise Anderson Nicolosi announces …
Louise Anderson Nicolosi tightened her grip on the handle of the brass bell and, like a town crier, shook it until she had everyone’s attention. “Guess how many dogs have been adopted so far … more
OPPORTUNITY: Thanks to the hard work of teachers …
Pilgrim High School will have a new high-tech media studio by spring, thanks largely to a $95,600 grant from The Champlin Foundations. Room 107, or Studio 107 as it is now being called, was … more
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