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Taking home the medals The Warwick Area Career and Technical Center students were awarded 11 gold medals, 9 silver medals, 7 bronze medals and a gold ribbon in the SkillsUSA award ceremony April 4 at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium. SkillsUSA more
The Warwick Historical Society and their guests, the Warwick Commission on Historical Cemeteries and the Pawtuxet Rangers, will conduct for a five-part celebration of 375 years of Warwick history at Warwick Public Library on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. On April more
All presidents face a different set of circumstances upon entering office. Some must endure immediate crisis and some face relative peace and normalcy. No matter what personal narrative a new president has experienced, he or she will be honed by the more
The Gaspee Days Committee has not only spent the last nine months planning for the annual celebration but also how to make it easier to find out what's planned with an update of its website. According to President Jerry Peshka, the upgrade was needed to" more
The Police Log is a digest of reports provided by the Johnston and Rhode Island State Police Departments. PURSUIT On April 18 at 2:29 p.m., Johnston Police attempted to conduct a motor vehicle stop for registration violations on Plainfield Street. As the more
Providence College recently held its 31st annual computer programming contest. Bishop Hendricken High School students competed, and the team of four took home first place on the second day of the competition, surpassing 14 other schools. The event is more
Local artists who are planning a teaching career in the arts have until April 28 to apply for fellowships of up to $12,000 for graduate school through the Antonio Cirino Memorial Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation. Artists can serve their craft in" more
Hair Cuttery and the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) are teaming up to raise awareness about domestic violence through the Share-A-Haircut program. On Monday, May 1 and Tuesday, May 2, for every haircut purchased at one of the Hair more
To the Editor: As a taxpayer-funded government agency, the Legislative Press and Public Information Bureau should not be used for slanderous attacks against private individuals and organizations. On February 20, Warwick Representatives David Bennett, more
By JOHN HOWELL Building the extension to Green Airport's main runway this summer is going to take moving mountains. To be more precise, it's going to take 70,000 cubic yards of earth, much of which is stockpiled in giant mounds off Main Avenue not far more
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