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KEEPING THE MEMORY: On Friday afternoon, …
On Friday afternoon, a crowd gathered in front of Wyman Elementary School to honor former Principal Judith Daniel, who passed away in March 2013, with the planting of an apple tree in front of the … more
OVEN READY: Brian Johnson of Pilgrim prepares to …
First level students in the Warwick Area Career and Technical Center culinary program will keep tradition alive when they host a public May breakfast this Friday from 6:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the … more
In an effort to upgrade security measures, the Warwick School Department had cameras installed in its buildings throughout the district. Cameras on school buses could be the next step, but for a … more
RETURN TRIP: Hendricken players celebrate their …
Mother Nature added a little drama to Bishop Hendricken’s Division I semifinal series with Cranston West, but it didn’t change the script. The Hawks are heading back to McCoy … more
It was September 1994, and I had never imagined myself sitting alone in the crowded and chaotic basement of Traveler’s Aid Society, now known as Crossroads in downtown Providence, waiting to get my … more
CAMPAIGNING: Nellie Gorbea, Democratic candidate …
“To tackle the mistrust people have in government, you need to put into office trustful leaders. Government needs to be transparent because you are supposed to be working for the people. I want to … more
The CCRI Men’s Soccer team was edged at Massasoit Community College in Brockton, Mass., Wednesday afternoon, surrendering two second half goals to fall 2-0. With the loss, the Knights fell to 0-3-1 … more
PUBLIC NOTICE Sprint is proposing to modify a wireless telecommunications facility on an existing 165-foot water tank located at 334 Knight Street, Warwick, Kent County, RI 02886. The modification … more
Three top films from the Golden Age of Horror, plus a short talk about each, will be held at Warwick Public Library on Thursdays, October 9, 16 and 23 at 7 p.m. Modern horror villains are like … more
To the Editor: On Election Day, Rhode Islanders will be asked to vote on Question 5, which would authorize a $35 million bond to support our states local arts community, and help continue to fund … more
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